The DDTAL qualification is for anyone working with children and young people beyond/outside statutory education and also within the formal sector via its QTLS equivalency. It is designed for people with a variety of dance teaching backgrounds from those new to teaching to those with many years of experience. It is applicable for practitioners across different dance styles such as contemporary, street dance or hip hop.
'Dramaturgy at Work' addresses dramaturgy both as a significant working process that is immanent in the creation of contemporary performance, and as a critical practice that is able to interrogate and reinvent the social. Prior to this, an open roundtable discussion with invited speakers will introduce key issues and questions to be explored in the workshop.
Trinity Laban’s Professional Development Programme provides a choice of specialist dance training days for dance artists, teachers and community practitioners which offers the opportunity to access high quality training that cover a variety of subjects relevant to those working in the fields of dance in education, youth dance, community or health.
Experiential workshops form the backbone of the course and provide students with an opportunity to express, explore and reflect on the Dance Movement Psychotherapeutic process directly.