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Our courses offer the right balance of practical knowledge and academic excellence and a wide range of study options.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
All delivery units are full year units studied full time at Mount Lawley campus.
The Diploma of Dance (Elite Performance) at WAAPA achieves 17 units from the Live Performance Training Package. The Training Package rules require the nine core units plus eight elective units. At WAAPA these 17 units of competency are clustered within the course delivery units of Ballet, Contemporary, Pas de Deux/Duo, Performance, Anatomy, Choreography, Dance History, Music for Dance, Nutrition.
|CUADAN501||Refine ballet technique||0|
|CUADAN502||Refine ballet performance skills||0|
|CUADAN504||Perform ballet solo variations||0|
|CUADAN503||Perform repertoire for corps de ballet||0|
|CUAOHS501A||Maintain a high level of fitness for performance||0|
|CUADAN509||Refine pointe work techniques||0|
|CUADAN505||Refine contemporary dance technique||0|
|CUADAN508||Develop expertise in allied contemporary dance techniques||0|
|CUADAN507||Refine dance partnering techniques||0|
|CUAPRF501||Refine performance techniques||0|
|CUAPRF503||Prepare for performances in a competitive environment||0|
|CUACHR403||Develop choreography skills||0|
|CUVRES502A||Analyse cultural history and theory||0|
|CUAIND401||Extend expertise in specialist creative fields||0|
|CUADAN506||Refine cultural dance technique||0|
|CUAOHS403A||Incorporate anatomy and nutrition principles into skill development||0|
|CUVPRP502A||Prepare for sustainable professional practice||0|
|CUADLT402||Explore the relationship between music and dance||0|