Health and Sustainability in Dance I - course- Open for late application
Do you wish to contribute to a stimulating and healthy work environment for classical dancers and ballet students? Now is your chance when SKH offers the new course Health and Sustainability in Dance in spring 2023.
The course is open for late application
“Open for late application” means that it is still possible to apply to the course, that the applications will be assessed and places filled in the order that applications are submitted. Please make sure to submit you application as soon as possible!
Our new course Health and sustainability in Dance offers you the opportunity to reflect on and formulate your teaching/coaching, through the course's themes such as leadership, feedback, lecture design and research-based learning in dance/classical ballet.
The collegial exchange between the course participants is given a lot of space and gives you the chance to create networks, share your experience and learn from others!
The course is for you who have a solid education and professional experience in classical ballet, who are looking for opportunities to discuss the dance tradition in relation to the present/future, as well as who want to express themselves about sustainability and health within the field, and share and develop methods for teaching/distributing ballet.
Half the course is focused on your own practice, i.e. your teaching/dance context, where you try to implement the course content as well as process your experiences into a basis for your portfolio.
The course is held in English and is possible! to search internationally.
The course is independent with a collaboration with GIH (Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences), which during the autumn of 2022 conducts two profile courses for the same target group in dance psychology, anatomy and physiology.
Madelaine Daneberg, Assistant Professor of Ballet at SKH Dance Pedagogy