TRAIN AND BECOME A STREETDANCE TEACHER!
Streetfunk is looking for enthusiastic dancers who have a passion for Streetdance and Hip Hop who want to a new career path, learn more and train to become Instructors!
Streetfunk is one of the UK’s most successful streetdance schools with countless South Coast, South East, Southern, UK, European and World streetdance championship titles!
Join us in our mission to engage, inspire and change young people’s lives across the UK with Streetdance.
The training course
Dates: The full course runs a total of 8 days
9th, 10th, 23rd, 24th October & 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th November
Time: 9am til 5.30pm
Venue: Brighton (venue to be confirmed)
What will I learn?
Learn the foundations and history of 6 different styles of Street dances
Learn how to teach, create variations, freestyle and experiment in the different Hip Hop and Funk Styles
Learn how to teach the way our award winning crews have been developed
Provision of a Syllabus and Lesson Plans (for the whole year) for all the levels
The ability to certify students with a qualification approved by the Institute of Contemporary Theatre.
Qualification to teach at Minis, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced level
Be invited to showcase your crews/students at the annual Straight Up showcase event
We are looking to expand the Streetfunk brand around the country and looking to certify and train people to engage, inspire and change young people’s lives across the UK with Streetdance.
Streetdance teacher certification programme
£1997 (payable in full or in instalments over 12 months of £182.99)
Early bird price - £1798
Streetdance business building programme
Once you have completed the Streetdance Teacher Certification Programme, you can purchase the Streetdance Business Building Programme if we feel you suit the criteria.
You will be trained by
the owner and
JP Omari is a multi-award winning Hip Hop dancer, teacher and choreographer who has worked hard and extensively to become one of the leading and widely respected Hip Hop dance figures in the UK.
As a professional dancer, he has entertained audiences across 5 continents and worked with chart topping artists such as Sean Paul, Dizzee Rascal and Orbital. JP became the UK’s first bboy (breaker) to take part in a reality TV dance show, when he took part and became a semi-finalist in the BBC’s Strictly Dance Fever in 2006.
JP has created a dance community in the city of Brighton & Hove where his name is synonymous with dance. He has nurtured and trained dancers who have firmly established themselves in the dance industry internationally. He has 25+ yrs experience in teaching dance to all ages and more than 15 years teaching, coaching and advising some of the best Streetdance teachers in the country.