ADi Certification for (Trainers and) Assessors

What do I need to do to become ADi Teacher and School?

Becoming ADi means gaining VET qualificatons and experience recognised by ADi. Elligible candidates include dance practioners with teaching experience, qualifications and extensive professional development (see requirements list below). ADi Certification outlines a standard required for dance assessment in Australia wherein students are examined against vocational education criteria. ADi Assessors are given the opportunity to travel.

  • CUA40313 Certificate IV in Dance Teaching and Management
  • TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE10) (note additional units need to be added by March 2019)

  • Additional units are: TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills and TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools

  • OR TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
  • Current first aid certificate recognised by the Australian Resuscitation Council.
  • Annual attendance of practical dance workshop.
  • Evidence of 400 hours teaching.
  • Current membership of an ADi recognised dance society.
  • Assess students based on ADi vocational education assessment criteria.
  • Submit comprehensive and auditable student records of results and reports to ADi for each assessment.
  • Pay initial and annual ADi certification fees.
  • Agree to and complete all certification documentation.