‘ In general, Level 2 instructors should exemplify excellence in teaching quality and have extensive pole fitness industry experience.’
Amy (Tiny), our principal instructor at Candy & Chrome pole dancing Chester has reached Level 2 PDC Instructor status!
Errrr….what is the PDC?
‘ The Pole Dance Community (PDC) represents a group of independent pole dance schools, that have agreed to abide by a code of conduct, ensuring best practise within the fitness pole dancing industry. They have each provided proof of their insurance, experience, safe practice and fair pricing. They represent the best you could wish from a pole dance school ‘.
Okay great, so why is level 2 status special? Continue reading “Candy & Chrome pole dancing Chester reaches Level 2 status…”
What is it?
PDC – Pole Dance Community
AAP – Advancement Accreditation Programme
Basically, it’s a little ‘Pole Passport’ which students, instructors and general pole enthusiasts can buy and acts as proof of your skill level.
Think of it like this: In Karate, you get different coloured belts. In gymnastics you get awarded different grades. Hell – even your local pub’s footy team get awarded trophies each season they play!
The PDC AAP programme is nationally recognised, which means that you can take your passport to any other PDC registered school to continue your learning, or any master class, pole jam or other events! This is your POLE RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENT! Continue reading “Pole Passport (AAP) – Everything you need to know”
Candy & Chrome’s Interview with Alethea Austin is featured on the Pole Dance Communitie’s website!
It took 6 months to make this one as Alethea has been so super busy this year! As you may or may not have noticed, throughout the time it took us to do this, Alethea was going through some intensive training ready for this year’s USPDF show – which she went on to WIN and became America’s newest pole dance champion!