Indepen-dance is delighted to offer training opportunities throughout the year for carers, social work staff and community dancers. We also offer work experience and student placements for those who are interested in finding out about Indepen-dance and its work with our dancers, the community and professional dance.
Forth-coming Training Courses
Professional Development for Dance Artists and Teachers with Jürg Koch
The workshop will take place on
Tuesday, 18th April 2017
10am – 5pm*
350 Sauchiehall Streer
* If you would like to receive further information about our half day or require assistance with your booking, please contact the office via firstname.lastname@example.org or 0141 559 4930.
The workshop is for everyone that is interested in dance and movement including and not limited to professionals, (community) dancers, students and social work staff.
EARLY BIRD RATE
All bookings made by the 04/04 are eligible for our early bird rate of £40. Please note that your payment has to be received by this date in order to get the reduced rate.
Jürg will train dance artists and teachers in the instruction of Universal Design in dance and how it can be used in different sorts of situations. Universal design means that the type of dance is created for everyone.
Jürg believes that people with disabilities, no matter what kind, should learn and teach alongside everyone else in the same places and in the same way.
Jürg learned at Candoco, a company like Indepen-dance based in London that works with dancers with disabilities and without disabilities. He created and developed this training while he was researching and working at the University of Washington. Recently he has worked on a project called Dance Unstuck and he’ll use bring some of this learnin tothe training. Dance Unstuck used Universal Design, (or dance made for everyone) with ballet. He’ll use some of the movements in ballet trying new ways of working with ballet to encourage people to push their range of movement and find new possibilities in dance.
“It is in this way that disability and disabled students become a part of the full spectrum of diversity in our dance studios, our universities and our societies, rather than being isolated as an ‘issue’ or group to be taught outside the ‘regular’ curriculum.” Jürg Koch
Past Training Events
Venue: Anchor Centre, Paisley
Cost: £50 (£45 CONC) limited free places for GCC staff
Our new workshop concept incorporates both a session in water and on land which provides participants with an unique experience.
This course is aimed at professional and community dancers, social work staff, care workers & those using dance and movement in a community setting.
For more information please, click here or contact us on 0141 559 4930 or email: email@example.com