Teacher training courses will focus on curriculum development, syllabus design, course instructional design, engaging activities, teaching and learning with technology, assessment, and class management

Action research projects for teachers is a practical self-paced course that can be done in 8 weeks. Teachers will research a problem in their classes/schools and develop a proposal, conduct research and report on the findings, resolve the problem and take action. Participants, who complete the course, receive a certificate of completion.

For further information, you may read and download the syllabus of the course and watch the following video.

The objectives of Active Learning is for teachers and students to collaborate and become active learners who reflect and share. The course is self-paced with one-on-one facilitation and support from the instructor of the course. 

Micro Teaching in Pairs is a self-paced online course in preparation for teacher training practice in an online virtual class. The purpose of the course is to provide professional development to current and future teachers of all subjects from around the globe. Teachers will learn about and practice co-teaching in face-to-face, blended learning, fully online courses, and in live virtual classes. For further information view the course syllabus.

Ausdance's Dance Teaching skill set is a blended learning program which focuses on practical and real-world scenarios that occur in the dance class or studio.

This training program can be completed in 12 weeks with online work and some face to face tuition. It may be possible to complete the whole course online, so talk to us if you feel this is the only option for you.

To enrol, contact Ausdance Victoria at vet.vic@ausdance.org.au and we will give you access to this program. Participants who complete this nationally recognised training program will receive statement of attainment for all units completed.

For further information, you may read and download the skill set syllabus (hyperlink) and watch the following video.