ADi Certification for (Trainers and) Assessors

What do I need to do to become ADi ?

Becoming ADi means gaining VET qualificatons and experience recognisedby 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
  • CUA40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE10) plus CertificateIV in Learning Literacy and Numeracy (LLN).
  • CUA40116 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.