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(Waltham Chase; Hampshire)
Mick is a D&G qualified line dance instructor with 19 years experience. Teaches chart topping line dances,enjoys all kinds of music, makes his classes fun for everyone. Line dance ... Line Dance class. 19/1/2018
Congratulations! You have made the decision to learn to dance, or perhaps you know some steps and want to expand your repertoire or improve your style and te... Ballroom, Stage, Fitness, Commercial, Line... Dance class. 30/12/2017
Weekly dance classes catering for beginner, improver and intermediate linedancers. Line Dance Regular Dance Classes. 9/12/2017
Graeme started learning Ballroom and Latin American dancing, with champions Rodney and Sandra Weeks in 1975 (he was very young!) He progressed on to competitive dancing with extra ... Ballroom, Latin American, Mixed Social, Line, Fitness Dance class. 23/10/2017
(Carlton, Nottingham; Nottinghamshire)
Line Dancing Classes Nottingham.
All Levels from Beginners - Intermediates - Advanced.
All Genre's of music, Modern Country, Irish, Latin, Chart
Instructors are a mother-d... Line, Country Western Dance class. 13/10/2017
(Frecheville; South Yorkshire)
Margaret is a fully qualified Western Line & Partner Dance instructor (BWDA, CWDC, C&G7407) and currently holds line dance classes in Sheffield for Beginners and Intermediates. Tea... Line, Country Western Dance class. 9/8/2017
Welcome to the Steps 'n' Stetsons Line Dance Club. We are a friendly club based in the Reading and Wokingham areas of Berkshire with classes in Woodley and Lower Earley. Our dancer... Line Dance class. 29/7/2017
Linedance classes for all ages every Tuesday evening, Wednesday morning and Thursday evening. Beginner, easy intermediate and intermediate levels Line Dance Regular Dance Classes. 24/7/2017
(Lanesfield; West Midlands)
Most of the class members, and the teacher, are proud to say they are in their 60's and 70's, and now some over 80. We are a happy and friendly bunch who like to take it fairly gen... Line Dance Regular Dance Classes. 15/7/2017
(keynsham, Kingswood; Avon)
Come and join us in one of our very friendly relaxed Line dance classes, we cater for the Absolute Beginner to experienced dancer.
Relaunch date for our ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS CLASS... Line Dance Regular Dance Classes. 11/7/2017
(Brixton, Buckland; London, Surrey)
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(Stapleford Abbotts; Essex)
One of Europe's leading lights in line-dance music. 15+ unit CD purchases avalable direct from Tiny Dancer Records (email@example.com). Line, CW Couples, CW Partner Dance service. 23/4/2017
Youth Dance England is the national agency to connect young people and dance. YDE works to raise the profile of youth dance and advocate its bene... Tango (Argentine), Ballroom, Line Dance service. 18/3/2017
Employers Liability Insurance
As an employer, you are breaking the law (with a few exceptions) if you fail to take out Employers Liability Insurance. You might employ other Dance Teachers who supplement your services or who simply co-opt in under your banner for your busy classes.
Do not overlook other helpers who you might initially consider to be too casual or part-time to warrant serious noteworthiness. Do you utilise the help of anyone who takes money for classes, serves break-time refreshments, drives your minibus to dance competitions or assists you with music or costumes (even if paid “in kind”)? If the answer is yes, then you have a team of employees.
Public Liability Insurance
Your Public Liability Insurance does much the same thing as your Employers liability, but it specifically takes care of claims made by anyone else who is non-staff. Indemnity levels generally cover claims for damages and injuries made by your customers, members of the public, suppliers or any other third party. It is not legally required, but highly recommended.