Dance Vision is a long-standing member of the NDCA for over 20 years. What does this mean?
"We all know that 'in unity there is strength' and there is strength in numbers. Together we can do many things for the profession that individuals and individual organizations could not hope to do." —NDCA
The National Dance Council of America (NDCA) is a governing body for dancing in the United States, established in 1948. Dance Vision is a proud Full Member of this Council as an accredited Teacher Organization.
On a nationwide basis, the NDCA is an agency that represents the interests of those in the dance profession, and other dance related entities and organizations. It also acts as the agency for cooperation with similar councils in other countries.
As a Full Member of this governing body, Dance Vision promotes the establishment and the maintenance of high standards in dance education, helps acquaint the public with these standards, and recognizes the status of qualified dance teachers affiliated to member organizations of this Council.
Delegates from Dance Vision also attend bi-annual meetings to discuss affairs, programs and problems related to the dance industry.
What does this mean for you?
As a Student, when learning the Dance Vision Syllabus, you are learning a curriculum sanctioned by a governing body for dancing in the United States.
As an Instructor, when certifying with Dance Vision, you are considered a dance teacher recognized by an accredited organization and larger governing body.
As a Studio, when utilizing the Dance Vision Syllabus and employing certified Dance Vision instructors, you teach students a curriculum sanctioned by a governing body for dancing in the United States and employ instructors recognized by an accredited organization.