Dance Course (free of cost)

Dance Course Training Outcomes After completing this program, participants will be able to:
 Recognize dance as an art form.
 Follow choreography elements.
 Perform dance – live show, Film, Television, stage performance

 Create and maintain portfolio to promote themselves to work in
media & entertainment industry as Dancer / artistic professional.
 Maintain workplace health and safety

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Dance Course Introduction and
Theory Duration
Practical Duration
Corresponding NOS

Dance School UK - Dance Courses Hertfordshire - Tring Park

Bridge Module of Dance Course
 Recognize the significance of the role of the
dancer in Indian culture and in associated
industries of Dance Course
 Recognize the background concept for
Cinema / Television / Live show etc. and
 Describe opportunities in the media and
entertainment industry.
 Analyse the scene demand as per
choreography steps and convey creative
social / religious art messages through act of
Music equipments,
Props as and when
2 Recognise dance as
an artform
Theory Duration
Practical Duration
Corresponding NOS of Dance Course
MES/N1201 of Dance Course
 Recognise dance as an art form and the
diversity of dance as an artform.
 Recognise and apply different rhythmic
 Identify the body’s capabilities and limitations
 Complete dance with confidence,
commitment, focus, consistency, and with due
consideration of safe dance practices.
 Identify the elements of dance composition
and perform the steps of dance in group as
well as in solo dance form
 Sync steps with other dancers
 Perform as per the indicated theme (traditional
pattern, hip-hop, contemporary)
 Structure the compositional processes of
various dance forms. Dance Course
 Express dance as an artform while
recognizing that the body is the instrument for
non-verbal communication and expression.
Music equipments,
Props as and when
3 Follow choreography
Theory Duration
Practical Duration of Dance Course
NOS Code
 Follow the elements of a dance composition
such as rhythm, beats, steps, illustrated by the
choreographer, musician’s cues etc.
 Identify dance as an art form and relate dance
to historical and cultural contexts
 Present polished dance works using technical
skills and artistic expression
 Apply reflective practices in order to identify
processes for further development
 Analyse and document dance-making
 Assess the effectiveness of a range of dance
works of others
 Use terminologies relevant to dance
performance and choreography
 Identify and appropriately react to potential
hazards in a dance environment, and
appropriately apply safe dance principles and
 Identify and apply the structure of dance works
 Manage the duration of the movement

 Use/exhibit different energy levels to reveal
different emotional states
 Analyse available space; low floor moves,
medium standing moves and high leaping and
lifting moves
 Form/make patterns of circles, squares,
triangles, etc. the whole body, with groups of
people, or by moving at space(through the air
or across the floor)
 Judge how fast or slow the movements must
be to match tempo and beat of the
 Articulate when movements are meant to be
slow, fast, in a wave or hit
 Initiate movements and establish who is
leading and following while dancing in a group
and able to change partner
 Show variations of how large or small are the
movements in the space
 Take sight cues from other dancers to start the
next phrase or use shared awareness of
sensed time to end a dance
 Exhibit variations in energy which are easy to
4 Perform dance
Theory Duration
Practical Duration
NOS Code
 Demonstrate the steps of dance forms
appropriately in live show, films, television,
stage performance etc.
 Differentiate between rhythm, tempo, melody
and timing.
 Realize different time signatures (or meters),
and how that will affect the dance.
 Follow movements of the choreographer
 Express attitude, body language, style,
performance capability, timing, etc.
 Display the mood and tempo of the song
throughout and in multiple takes
 Follow the movement, phrases, transitions and
sequences designed by the choreographer.
 Follow the emotions the choreographer is trying
to express.
 Analyze the concept of scene, shots, takes and
 Dance according to the beat and maintain it
consistently throughout the dance or takes.
 Follow the style composed by the
choreographers for a particular song
 Follow the positions and placements to create
 Perform in coordination with the patterns,
change the patterns speed, reverse the pattern,
communicating and notating movements of
other dancers with patterns.
 Align the context-the situation, the scene, the
conditions, and background within which
he/she is performing.
 Perform by maintaining uniformity and in sync
with co-dancers
 Dance under different climatic conditions,
locations or as per the requirements of the

choreographed sequence, as long as it doesn’t
physically harm the dancer
 Adopt the theme of the performance and
choose the costume accordingly.
5 Develop and
maintain portfolio
Theory Duration
Practical Duration
Corresponding NOS

 Create a portfolio showcasing recordings, show
reel, best headshots, and performance shots,
etc., keeping in mind a wide range of audience.
 Choose appropriate networking channels and
social media platforms such as YouTube,
LinkedIn, Instagram, etc. for promoting
 Interact with associated federation or
association for becoming a member.
 Prepare a list of production houses, including
details of Producers /casting directors /
choreographers etc. and their work before
approaching for assignments.
 Approach production houses in a very
professional manner showcasing the portfolio.
 Demonstrate artistic skills set during audition,
screen test, voice test etc.
 Negotiate for remuneration of contract, work
order aligned with the assignments.
 Recognize various components of the contract
such a remuneration, terms and clauses,
assignment details, duration of the project, etc.
and study thoroughly before signing.
Dairy, notebook,
pen, props (if any),
Computer / laptop
System, marker.
6 Maintain workplace
health and safety
Theory Duration
Practical Duration
Corresponding NOS
 Maintain a healthy, safe and secure working
environment by identifying the relevant people
responsible for health and safety, identifying
risks, following emergency procedures etc.
 Use first aid kit when needed and keep oneself
informed on first aid procedures.
 Participate in organization health and safety
knowledge sessions and drills.
 Identify the people responsible for health and
safety in the workplace, including those to
contact in case of an emergency.
 Identify security signals like fire alarms and
places such as staircases, fire warden stations,
first aid and medical rooms.
 Identify aspects of your workplace that could
cause potential risk to own and others health
and safety.
 Ensure one’s own personal health and safety,
and that of others in the workplace by following
precautionary measures.
 Identify and recommend opportunities for
improving health, safety, and security to the
designated person.
 Report hazards outside one’s authority to the
relevant person in line with organizational
procedures and warn other people who may be
affected by these hazards.
 Follow organisation’s emergency procedures
for accidents, fires or any other natural calamity
in case of a hazard.
Dairy, notebook,
pen, Music
equipments, Props
as and when
required, Computer
System, white
board, marker,
projector, Health
and Safety Signs
and policy etc.
Dancer 5
 Identify and correct risks like illness, accidents,
fires or any other natural calamity safely and

Job Description To deliver accredited training service, mapping to the curriculum
detailed above, in accordance with Qualification Pack “Q1201”
version 1.0.

2 Personal Attributes The candidate should have aptitude for conducting training, pre /post
work to ensure competent, employable candidates at the end of
training. The individual in this role must be creative with high degree
of professional responsibility and timeliness with deadlines. He/she
in this role holders has to be open-minded, willing to try new things
and comfortable taking advice from unexpected sources.
3 Minimum Educational
Class X
4a Domain Certification Certified for Job Role: “Dancer” mapped to QP: “MES/Q1201”,
version 1.0. Minimum accepted score as per SSC guidelines is 70%.
4b Platform Certification Recommended that the Trainer is certified for the Job Role: “Trainer”,
mapped to the Qualification Pack: “MEP/Q0102” with scoring of
minimum 80%.
5 Experience Minimum 5 years of work experience of reporting and as freelancer.
He should be able to communicate in English and local language.
He should have knowledge of equipment, tools, material, Safety,
Health & Hygiene.

Guidelines for Assessment

  1. Criteria for assessment for each Qualification Pack will be created by the Sector Skill Council. Each
    Performance Criteria (PC) will be assigned marks proportional to its importance in NOS. SSC will also lay
    down proportion of marks for Theory and Skills Practical for each PC.
  2. The assessment for the theory part will be based on knowledge bank of questions created by the SSC.
  3. Assessment will be conducted for all compulsory NOS, and where applicable, on the selected
    elective/option NOS/set of NOS.
  4. Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at
    each examination/training center (as per assessment criteria below).
  5. Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaluations for skill practical for every student at each
    examination/training center based on this criterion.
  6. To pass the Qualification Pack, every trainee should score a minimum of 70% of aggregate marks to
    successfully clear the assessment.
  7. In case of unsuccessful completion, the trainee may seek reassessment on the Qualification Pack.