PDA BEG - INTER INSTRUCTOR TRAINING
Do you just love to pole dance? Do you want to share your passion with others?
Enhance your knowledge and understanding of pole dance and learn how to teach Beginner to Intermediate levels.
In this two-day program created by Michelle Shimmy and Maddie Sparkle, you will learn the essential skills that you need to become a confident and effective pole instructor, capable of guiding your students through their amazing pole achievements.
It takes so much more than just being an advanced level pole dancer to be an amazing pole instructor. To be a pole instructor, you obviously need great pole technique, but also patience, friendliness, love of pole (maybe even a touch of obsession!) and enthusiasm to help others achieve their best. You also need the skills to be able to encourage and build your students to become the very best pole dancers they can be!
Why choose the PDA Instructor Training Course?
You are going to love this course because it not only teaches you how to breakdown and instruct Beginner - Intermediate moves, but it equips you with everything you need to know to become an amazing instructor.
This course is not just about learning how to demonstrate and explain how to do a Front Hook or a Spinning Climb. It's about how to create a positive and safe class atmosphere, so that your students will want to come back and be guided by you on their pole journey.
You will learn how to become a student-focussed instructor, and how to quickly identify errors of technique that are holding students back. A great pole instructor is able to help students overcome problems or challenges, and support them as they develop their skills and progress through their pole journey. And that is exactly the type of instrutor you will be!
There is no time limit for you to complete the course. You can do it in two days, or you can spread it out to fit in with your schedule. It's completely up to you.
We can't wait to train with you online!
In this two day course, you will learn:
The basics of being a pole instructor
How to create a positive and welcoming class environment
How to break down and instruct pole moves for people who learn differently
How to structure a class
How to build a warm up
How to interact with students
How to spot pole moves
How to troubleshoot common scenarios
And much more!
At the end of the course, there is an assessment. You will receive feedback on what you did well, and where you can improve. You will submit a video for your assessment.
Upon completion of the course, you will receive a Certificate of Participation in the course.