Factsheets + guides

Our factsheets answer your frequently asked question such as: “what is a safe dance floor?”, “what is the award rate for a dance teacher?”, “what are the copyright rules for using someone’s music at my concert?” and “what is a safe warm up”.

Eating disorders and dancers

How can dance teachers recognise students who might have an eating disorder, and how might they help them to acknowledge and deal with this complex and debilitating condition?

Caring for the dancer’s body

Traditionally, teaching and training concentrate on technique, alignment, flexibility and aesthetics. With advances in sports medicine and dance science research, there are easy-to-apply techniques to evaluate strengths and weaknesses.

Healthy bones for female dancers

This information is especially for young female dancers who can do much to prevent or minimise a common condition called osteoporosis by eating plenty of calcium during the growth years.

What is public liability insurance?

Public Liability insurance covers you and your business for losses or damage a third party suffers (or claims to have suffered) as a result of your business activities.

Wages and tax for the dance industry

A starting point for employers and business owners for finding information about wages, tax and superannuation, which varies from state to state and regularly changes.

Copyright for the dance industry

What a dance teacher should know about copyright and some basic information about licenses specifically tailored for people teaching dance and for groups performing dance to music.

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