What To Expect
Whether you are participating for two or twelve months Millennium’s team is there to guide and support you in everything you do.
Each week you will check in at 9am Monday morning with the front desk. You will be met by the program directors and brought into our main office. Together you will create your first week’s class plan based on analyzing your dance experience, desires and goals . You will receive your TORONTO dance advisor who is your immediate friend and guide for your time at Millennium. This is also the time to ask any questions you might have.
During this week’s Monday morning meeting we will finalize your dance plan and lock in your 3 core teachers. Core teachers will stay locked in for most of your program, depending on the length of time you are dancing with us. Private sessions will be scheduled with these teachers.
Enjoy your dance plan and your private session with core teachers! Non-core classes may be changed at this time.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why choose Millennium?
Millennium Dance Complex, established in 1992, is an icon in the dance world, sought out and respected by dancers in the professional and recreational dance communities. Our Certificate Program is designed to immerse the dancer in every facet of our center in an intensive training from top choreographers in the world, side by side with professional working dancers. Our highly skilled staff is focused upon you accomplishing your dance goals and supporting you on your journey in dance…whatever path you may choose. Millennium has a down to earth approach to learning and a very strong sense of community.
Is previous dance training necessary?
Dancers with stronger training backgrounds will find many opportunities to rapidly achieve new skill and artistic levels. However, all levels are welcome, understanding that having the basics already in place will expedite your development process. We do recommend that students have at least beginning levels achieved before beginning the program.
Can I work while in the MDCCP?
Yes, domestic students may accept employment as long as it does not impact your ability to train and complete your schedule.
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