ADi Student Qualifications and Assessments

The ADi open education policy allows Individual societies to retain the regular outlet for their own "technical" syllabus and assessments.  All schools wishing to enter the vocational system may become ADi (auspiced Third Party Schools, with ADi qualified Trainers ad Assessors.
an ADi "Mapping" School where each school's student enrols directly with ADi and all course work is administered by ADI and assesed by ADI qualified assessors.

Open Dance Education Policy

Members and students of other societies, can avail themselves of ADi courses and professional development resources on a similar basis as corporate members.
This will offset the ever-increasing cost of establishing courses and maintaining government accreditation and RTO status.
Further, ADi can provide resources to retain the focus on contextualising new standards from the usual generic framework to specifically address the private dance education industry.
Students, teachers and schools can apply directly to ADi.

Distance and Online Studies

ADi  provides electronic delivery for academic style (content) competencies making the initial stages of their learning experience simple and easy. Where required, face-to-face validation of skills wll be conducted at centres around Australia.