12 July 2024 12:00 - 2:00pm EDT

YPAD™ Stronger Together Seminar: safeguarding students by empowering adults

The Stronger Together Seminar is a custom safeguarding training for RAD teachers created by the Youth Protection Association for Dance (YPAD™). This seminar meets the mandatory safeguarding requirements for RAD teachers.

Aims:

To enable dance teachers to:

  • Identify key elements for safeguarding dance students
  • Gain knowledge for how to promote safety, health, and wellness in youth dancers
  • Understand the measures dance professionals can take to create integrity-driven learning environments that serve students’ developmental needs

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the workshop participants will:

  • Have the knowledge to implement best practices in hiring, onboarding, and training
  • Be safety-prepared for emergency situations
  • Be able to protect children from harm in a trauma-informed way
  • Promote safe movement in the classroom and in choreography
  • Have the knowledge to develop a mentally healthy performance culture
  • Be able to implement healthy communications practices
  • Promote artistic integrity and establish a culture of excellence

Dates and Times

This seminar will be held on:

  • July 12, 2024 | 12:00pm – 2:00pm EDT

 This workshop will not be recorded.

Platform

This activity will be hosted on Zoom. You will be sent details of how to join the activity within five working days prior to the start date.

Recommended Preparation 

You will require the following resources:

  • A computer/laptop/tablet with internet connection, a camera and microphone
  • Speakers

CPD Hours

2 hours Time-Valued CPD

Fees

Members of the Royal Academy of Dance receive discounts on all CPD activities.

Terms and Conditions

Please ensure you read and understand the following documents before booking onto the workshop:

CPD Terms and Conditions and Code of Conduct.

Zoom’s privacy notice is available here.

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Key Information

Time Fee
12:00 - 2:00pm EDT Members: $42
Non-Members: $46