Registration is now open! See below for more information.
The Disability Inclusion Dance Workshop for Teachers is a professional development program aimed at developing teachers skills in the creative and performing arts for students with disability. The course focuses on providing teachers with creative and fun classroom activities using dance, movement and story whilst recognising and responding to the individualised learning and support needs of students whose disability impacts their learning.
2021 Sydney program
The 2021 Sydney program is a 2 day face-to-face workshop (COVID-19 safe guidelines will be adhered to).
Sydney date and venue
Day 1: Friday 11 June 2021 at The Arts Unit (Lewisham), from 9 am-3 pm.
Day 2: Saturday 12 June 2021 at the Abraham Mott Hall (The Rocks), from 9 am-2:45 pm.
For more information please visit the Sydney registration page!
Registrations are now open! Visit the Sydney registration page to secure your spot. Applications close at 4pm on Wednesday 9 June 2021 but please note that there are limited spots available and registrations will be on a 'first in, best dressed' basis.
2021 regional programs
The 2021 regional programs are a 1 day face-to-face workshop (COVID-19 safe guidelines will be adhered to).
Regional dates and venues
Tuesday 13 July – Coffs Harbour (Coffs Harbour High School, Corner Edinburgh and Nile St)
Tuesday 27 July - Dubbo (Bangamalanha Centre, Arthur St)
Tuesday 3 August - Bathurst (Bathurst Education Office, 140 William St)
For more information please visit the regional registration page!
Registrations are now open! Visit the regional registration page to secure your spot. Applications close the week prior to the workshop but please note that there are limited spots available and registrations will be on a 'first in, best dressed' basis.
D'Arts Disability Dance Student Workshops
Visit the D'Arts Disability Dance Student Workshops page to learn more about the student program. The teacher workshop complements the student workshop; you may elect to attend the teacher workshop, the student workshop or both.
The Connections Program
Visit the Connections Program website to view our extensive selection of online resources available for teachers. The Connections Program provides teachers and students with inclusive learning opportunities and resources in the creative arts. You can also subscribe to the Connections Program newsletter.
For more information contact the Arts Initiatives team via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 8512 1190. You can also register your interest in this program and will receive updates via email when new information becomes available.