Dance enables you to develop socially whilst promoting creativity, fitness and well-being.
As you become a performer, you'll also develop your confidence, self-esteem and team working skills.
Dance can involve hours of practice to develop the physical and technical skills to learn and perform a piece.
This positive and determined mind set will be useful in all jobs!
Dancers are creative, have confidence in performing in front of an audience and working with others.
Many dancers go into the performing arts, media, health and well-being such as yoga or Pilates teaching or other 'people jobs' such as tourism.
Selection of jobs using the subject Dance
- Circus performer
- Dance teacher
- Events manager
- Fitness instructor
- PE teacher
- Personal trainer
- Pilates teacher
- Play therapist
- Primary school teacher
- Sports coach
- Stunt performer
- TV or film production assistant
- TV presenter
- Video editor
- Visual merchandiser
- Wardrobe assistant
- Web content manager
- Yoga teacher
Do a free, short, online course to find out more about dance (looks great on your CV too!)
Or view other free online courses related to dance.
Examples of apprenticeships that relate to dance:
- Exercise and Fitness - Level:2 (equivalent to GCSEs at grades A* to C). Typical length:12 months
- Sporting Excellence: Sporting Excellence Pathway Two- Level:3 (equivalent to A levels at grades A to E). Typical length:12 months
- Sporting Excellence: Sporting Excellence Pathway One - Level:3 (equivalent to A levels at grades A to E). Typical length:18 months
Click to find apprenticeship vacancies available now related to dance
Examples of vocational courses at college
- BTEC Performing Arts - level 3 - Acting, Singing and Dancing at St Brendan's College
- BTEC Performing Arts - level 3 - Dance at Swindon College
- BTEC Performing Arts - level 3 - Dance at Bridgewater and Taunton College
Examples of degree courses that relate to dance:
BBC Bitesize Career Videos
You can watch a great series of videos on where your favourite subject can take you at BBC Bitesize website.