41 East 6th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
United States


Ballroom Dance Instructors College

Ballroom Dance Teacher Certification Training...
Looking for a new career? Have you ever thought about becoming a Certified Ballroom Dance Teacher?
The Oregon Ballroom Dance Instructors College can provide you with that training.
The College is located at StaverDanceSport, 41 East 6th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon.


  • Programs for Students to become Certified Teachers - Courses available for people who would like to become a ballroom dance instructor, and are looking for a new career opportunity.
  • Programs for Teachers to become "Certified" - Courses available for those who are already teachers, providing you with an opportunity to become certified through intensive study of a nationally recognized syllabus, and then tested by a National examiner.



  • American Smooth
    • Section A Syllabus Figures 1-7: Waltz, Fox Trot, Tango, Viennese Waltz
    • Section B Syllabus Figures 8-15: Waltz, Fox Trot, Tango, Viennese Waltz
    • Practical Applicaion
  • American Rhythm
    • Section A-1: Syllabus Figures 1-7: Cha-Cha, Rumba, East Coast Swing, Bolero
    • Section A-2: Syllabus Figures 1-7: Mambo, West Coast Swing, Samba, Merengue
    • Section B-1: Syllabus Figures 8-15: Cha-Cha, Rumba, East Coast Swing, Bolero
    • Section B-2: Syllabus Figures 8-15: Mambo, West Coast Swing, Samba, Merengue


Attending an orientation is mandatory.

1:30 pm, Sept 8th, 2018 Or By personal appointment.
Where: StaverDanceSport, 41 East 6th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon
"SMOOTH Section A" Classes begin Sept 22nd, 2018,
"RHYTHM Section A-1" Classes begin Sept 25th, 2018.

Pre registration is REQUIRED. (scroll down the page)

2018 FALL Term classes will be held at StaverDanceSport, 41 East 6th Avenue, Eugene.

If you would like to become a "Certified Ballroom Dance Instructor", and train for one of the most rewarding teaching careers, contact Linda Staver for details, 541-746-6268, or email: No prior Dance Experience is Necessary!

Students graduating from this college will be highly qualified teachers. The training provided is extremely technical. Upon completion of the course program, successful candidates can be tested for Certification by a National Examiner. Graduates of the Ballroom Dance Instructors College are potentially desirable employees in dance studios around the country, because of the level of expertise this training provides. Certification recognized by the NDCA is the first step to being acknowledged as an expert in the field of ballroom dance.

The National Dance Council of America (NDCA) is the official governing body for dancing in the United States. Its purpose is to provide, on a nation-wide basis, a united inter-association agency to represent the interests of those in the dance profession and other dance-related entities and organizations, and to act as the agency for cooperation with similar councils in other countries. The NDCA stated purpose is to also conduct a continuing campaign for the establishment and the maintenance of high standards in dance education, and to acquaint the public with the nature and benefits of these standards and to recognize the status of qualified dance teachers affiliated to member organizations of this Council.

The Ballroom Dance Instructors College prepares potential ballroom dance teachers to become Certified Ballroom Dance Teachers recognized by the NDCA (National Dance Council of America). Students learn how to dance both the Lead and Follow, how to teach, referencing a standardized, nationally recognized Syllabus. The courses offered through the college are intensive studies of dance training, theory, teaching methodology, and professional deportment. The program takes students on a journey that greatly enhances their own dancing, and prepares them for a highly successful career as a ballroom dance teacher. Graduates of the College can also have career opportunities here locally with The Staver Dance Company.

Purpose of Program

The participants learn how to dance with technique, how to effectively teach ballroom dancing to students, and begin a career as a dance professional. Program participants need not have any prior dance experience.

Both courses will provide you with all the tools necessary to improve your dancing and to become a great ballroom dance teacher. Focus will be on 1) learning how to dance both lead and follow, 2)how to communicate movement concepts with clarity and precision based on a nationally recognized syllabus, 3)teaching methodology, and 4)theory. Certification Exam at the end of the term will be conducted by a National Examiner for the DVIDA syllabus.

Contact Information: Linda Staver 541-746-6268, website:


Check the Calendar to see the FALL Term - 2018 Class Listings...........
FALL Term Schedule for the Smooth Section A- Sept 22nd, 2018 - Jan 26th, 2019

Interested in increasing your earning potential?
Enroll for Fall Term - 2018.
Find out how you can become a Certified Ballroom Dance Teacher, recognized by the NDCA.
Train to become a Professional Ballroom Dance Teacher.
For More Information: Call Linda Staver - 541-746-6268.

Smooth Section A - Saturday Class
48+ hrs in class
Waltz, Fox Trot, Tango, Viennese Waltz.
Figures 1-7 DVIDA Syllabus
Dates: Sept 22nd, 2018 - Jan 26, 2018
Class Times: 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Rhythm Section A1 - Tuesday/Thursday Class
48+ hrs in class
Cha-Cha, Rumba, East Coast Swing, Bolero
Figures 1-7 DVIDA Syllabus
Dates: Sept 25th 2018 - February 1st, 2019
Class Times: 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.

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  • September 2018

Ballroom Dance Instructors College
Sep 22, 2018 - Jan 26, 2019
Next Date
Sep 22, 2018
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