CPD Endorsed Providers

CPD Endorsed Providers are organisations that offer learning activities allowing dance teachers to enhance their knowledge and skills. By giving endorsement, the RAD is confirming that the content, format and hours involved are appropriate for the subject matter and for participants.

Only organisations that have met the RAD quality assurance requirements can become RAD Endorsed CPD Providers.

Become an Endorsed Provider

Becoming an endorsed provider means that you’ll benefit from an association with the Royal Academy of Dance brand, recognised as a world leader in dance education and training. You’ll also have access to our global network of dance teaching professionals and graduates. You will also benefit from a range of tailored marketing opportunities to promote your activities to our network.

Benefits include:

  • promotion on the RAD website with a link back to your own,
  • one complimentary half-page advert per annum in the RAD’s membership publication, Dance Gazette (international) and a 10% discount on further digital adverts placed,
  • One announcement post on Twitter,
  • One channel-specific social media campaign (three posts) per annum, and
  • One additional  social media post per annum.

To join our growing list of providers, contact cpd@rad.org.uk for more information.

Current Providers

Anne Walker

Dance teacher, choreographer, business woman, mentor, coach. Anne Walker MBE has been all of these during her successful career and now wants to share her experience and business acumen.

Anne has been running seminars for dance teachers and small business owners around the UK as well as internationally over a number of years.

Discover how you can make your business even more successful and profitable by registering your interest now at anne@annewalker.com.

Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT)

Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT) is an innovative body-conditioning and strengthening program developed by Marie Walton-Mahon for students to understand the depth of training muscle memory in achieving their personal best. One of the important elements used in the PBT method is muscle memory which helps to improve students’ understanding of core stability, weight placement and alignment. Each exercise has been developed with care and guidance with a team of physiotherapists.

The programme offers face to face teacher training workshops where teachers are required to complete a practical syllabus designed by founder, Marie Walton-Mahon, after which they are equipped and certified to teach their students. Besides workshops in physical locations, there is a budding online training program where teachers can access the complete exercise library to learn PBT and are able to apply for certification online.

PBT has 4000+ certified teachers worldwide. What started as a programme to improve technique in ballet dancers is now being appreciated and incorporated in training by all forms of dancers, athletes, physiotherapists and even footballers!

Contact: Areeba Farid, areeba@pbt.dance.