41 East 6th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
United States


Ballroom Dance Instructors College

Saturday, March 10 to Saturday, June 23, 2018

Looking for a New Career that is "FUN" and Exciting?
Become a Certified Ballroom Dance Instructor...

Schedule - SPRING TERM 2018

  • March 10, 2018 - June 23, 2018
  • Teachers College- Smooth Section A 2

Looking for a new career?
Register now forThe Oregon Ballroom Dance Instructors College - SPRING or FALL Term.
Pre registration is REQUIRED. Smooth Section A - FALL Term classes begin 9-22-2018

FALL Term Orientation: by appointment.
FALL Term Schedule - 2018

Section A1 - Saturday Class 48+ hrs in class per Term
Waltz, Fox Trot, Tango, Viennese Waltz.
Figures 1-7 DVIDA Syllabus
Dates: Sept 22, 2018- February 1st, 2019
Class Times: 1:00pm - 4:00 pm

Ballroom Dance Teacher Training Program
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 Necessary!
FALL Term Schedule - 2018
American Rhythm – Section A1 - Monday/Thursday Class 48+hrs class per Term
Cha- Cha, Rumba, East Coast Swing, Bolero.
Figures 1-7 DVIDA Syllabus
Dates: September 24th - January 25th, 2019
Class Times: 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Location: StaverDanceport, 41 East 6th Avenue, Eugene, OR

About the Tuition•

The tuition cost is $1700 per Term per Section,
or $425 per each 4 weeks. (48+hrs class)
Payment is accepted by cash, or check.
Please make payment in full promptly by the scheduled dates. For new students: There is also a $85 materials fee for the class notebook, plus a syllabus fee - $56(Smooth Syllabus) $109 (Rhythm Syllabus) .
Contact Linda for detailed infomation @ 541-746-6268
*Courses available for people who would like to become a ballroom dance instructor, and are looking for a new career opportunity.
*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.

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: