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Acting for stage and screen, musical theatre, classes for beginners, speech
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Among other accredited programs,
we currently have a CHC51712 Dip
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Places are limited so please contact us
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LEARN TO DANCE
AND KEEP FIT
All ages ~ Junior to our
Modern -- Latin, New Vogue, Social.
ADULT CLASSES RECOMMENCE
Isabella Plains Primary School,
130-140 Ellerston Ave, Isabella Plains
ocial dance now held at the
Harmonie erman lub on Fridays
Enquiries and bookings to Dale
on 6296 4009 or 0407 066 110
ON SEPTEMBER 3
Learn how to dance
Dale's Ballroom Dancing is located in
the Tuggeranong Valley and offers a
range of ballroom dancing experiences.
Principal, Dale Harris is a qualified
ballroom dancing teacher and champion-
Dale has been dancing since she was
six years old and competed regularly in
ballroom dancing competitions and
In July 1997, Dale established Dale's
Ballroom Dancing through which she
shares her passion for ballroom dancing
with young people.
Dale provides a friendly environment in
which adults can learn, practise and
She received the Best Regional Studio
award in 2009 by the Australian Dancing
Society. ADS president Barry Wall
presented Dale with the award at her
medal tests in December, 2009.
Dale's Ballroom Dancing offers a range
of dancing experiences from social dan-
cing, to medals and competitions. Dale
encourages her students to choose the
type of dance experience that best suits
You can join Dale's Ballroom Dancing
every Friday night for the Social Dance, a
friendly, relaxed environment where you
can show off your skills and enjoy the
company of other dancers.
Lessons are conducted in Isabella
For more information, phone
6296 4009 or 0407 066 100.
The value of education
Inspiring: Imagineering Training director Maureen Regan and chief executive Satch
Imagineering Training is a new local
registered training organisation,
delivering vocational education and
training in the community services and
Chief executive Satch Campbell is a
strong believer in the transformational
and equity value of education.
"The best trainers are not only enga-
ging and inspiring in the classroom but
also have solid industry experience," he
"We pride ourselves in placing only the
best in front of our participants."
Imagineering's accredited diploma of
counselling course has been designed
especially for Canberra participants with
face-to-face and online learning
components. You can do either the whole
diploma or, within the program, choose
the skill sets that best suit your or your
people's training needs.
Imagineering's trainers are up to date
with the latest research, particularly on
how the dynamic field of neuroscience
can help us understand ourselves better.
The trainers also present the latest
trauma based research and how that
informs counselling practice.
Highly experienced community devel-
opment teachers and are offering a
diploma in community development,
which starts in October.
For more information, visit
Create: Students perform in a recent production of Snapshots From Home at
Canberra Academy of Dramatic Art.
The stage is calling
Are you a creative type who harbours
a secret to perform on stage or screen?
Applications are now open to join the
Canberra Academy of Dramatic Art for
its professional actor training pro-
grams for 2015.
The cynics will say there's no work
for actors, but it's just not true.
Graduates from the academy have
gained paid work in TV commercials,
stage shows, corporate role plays,
films, voiceovers and web videos. The
academy teaches you not only acting
technique, but also the business of
acting. You will learn how to find work,
make your own work, get an agent and
build a career as a professional per-
Three full-time courses are on offer
for aspiring performers including the
half-year certificate III in performance
(acting), the one-year diploma of
musical theatre (for singers and dan-
cers) and the advanced diploma of
performance, which is a two-year
Austudy is available to eligible
students, as is VET Fee-Help on the
diploma and advanced diploma.
If you just want to dip your toes
under the footlights to see what it's
like, Acting 101 is for you. This
popular introductory course is well-
suited to beginners and will help you
develop performance skills and self-
confidence in a fun and social
For more information, visit
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