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Re: about being a dance instructor
Posted by mdmarkum
12/15/2009  10:35:00 AM
Or as is all too often the case, you can just call yourself an instructor without paying your proper dues, take people's money, spread ignorance, and often ruin a person's desire to learn.
Re: about being a dance instructor
Posted by kbroggel
12/15/2009  3:45:00 PM
Interesting this topic would come up. I am an experienced and certified Ballroom Dance Instructor. If you are interested, visit www.usistd.org for information on training and certification. I have spent literally thousands of hours and dollars beyond just being a good dancer to be a competent teacher and registered professional. I certainly resent the many people who are out there who do not "pay their dues" and get away with teaching dance.
Re: about being a dance instructor
Posted by Anonymous
12/17/2009  9:23:00 AM
There are many different certifications, to find out the process for one contact the organization that provides it.
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