Transit Dance Full TimeCourses

Pre Professional Pathway - Contemporary Dance:

CUA50113 Diploma of Dance (Elite Performance) - 2 years full time

Pre Professional Pathway - Performing Arts (Jazz):

CUA50113 Diploma of Dance (Elite Performance) - 2 years full time

Graduate Pathway (Contemporary or Performing Arts):

Graduate Program  - 8 months part time

Transit Origins Academy (High School):

High School Alternative - 1-4 years full time

Dance Teacher Course:

CUA40313 Certificate IV in Dance Teaching and Management - 1-2 years part time

CUA50313 - Diploma of Dance Teaching and Management 1-2 years part time

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Course Details

Transit Dance Full-Time courses are specifically designed to provide the highest level of training in both Contemporary dance and Performing Arts. As a performance based course, all students participate in four professional production seasons each year (a total of 21 individual performances), making it one of the most practical and hands on dance courses in the industry.


Boasting a world-class teaching faculty, capped class sizes, focus on career progression, and nationally accredited qualifications. This unique training institution has quickly become a leader in the field of dance education.

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Led by industry Directors Paul Malek, Chris Curran, Kim Adam, Bradley Chatfield, Jayden Hicks, Carly Doctor and Karen Malek, Transit Dance is the ideal training institution for any dancer serious about a career in dance.


All Nationally Recognised Qualifications are delivered through auspice arrangement with The Australian Institute of Education & Training (AIET) RTO 121314.


Paul Malek teaching at Victorian Dance FestivalMain Subjects

Contemporary subjects include, but are not limited to: Contemporary Technique, Classical Ballet Technique, Improvisation, Floor Technique, Partnering/Duo, Pilates and Conditioning, Yoga, Performance Technique, Dance Composition, Breakdance, Anatomy and Nutrition, Dance History, Marketing and Publicity, Acting and Stagecraft, Business Development Skills, Dance on Film and Independent Theatre Production.


Performing Arts subjects include, but are not limited to: Jazz Technique, Classical Ballet Technique, Pilates & Conditioning, Travel, Turn, Cabaret, Fosse, Commercial, Broadway (through the eras), Aerial, Swing, Cabaret, Ballroom, Salsa, Tap, Hip- Hop, Breakdance, Circus Arts, Acting, Prop Technique, Acrobatics, Anatomy and nutrition, First Aid, Marketing and Publicity, Budgeting, Production Company Research, Audition Techniques, Production skills and lighting.


Main Teachers

Full time faculty: Paul Malek, Karen Malek, Chris Curran, Kim Adam, Bradley Chatfield, Jayden Hicks, Carly Doctor, Lachlan Hall.


Course Contributors:

Michael Ralph, Yvette Lee, Tams Hesz, Darren Tyler, Amy Berrisford, Luke Alleva ,Brittany Page, Freya List, David Williams, Daniel Jaber, Courtney Gledhill, Jarryd Byrne, Jordan Herbert, Joe O’Sullivan, Kristin Kreme, Lauren Mckenna, Nikki O’Shea, Kyall Shanks, Hayley Uberti, Harrison Hall, Alya Manzart, Paea Leach, Damian Meredith, Graham Adey.



Wellington, New Zealand - 13th July 2019 

Auckland, New Zealand - 14th July 2019 

Melbourne, VIC (Performing Arts & Academy) - 21st July 2019

Melbourne, VIC (Contemporary) - 28th July 2019 

Sydney, NSW - 3rd August 2019 

Perth, WA - 10 August 2019 

Adelaide, SA - 17th August 2019 

Brisbane, QLD - 24th August 2019


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