Teaching The Borovansky Syllabus
The Australian Institute of Classical Dance (AICD) is the custodian of the Borovansky Syllabus. In order to teach the Borovansky Syllabus, you must be a current member of the AICD and you must be accredited by the AICD. We assist enthusiastic dancers in progressing their careers as teachers accredited to the Borovansky Syllabus. If you would like more information on becoming an accredited AICD Borovansky teacher, please contact us via our Online Contact Form: or if you are ready to go, please follow the instructions below.
For details as to the requirements and rules of teaching with the AICD, please read the Guidelines for Teachers .
Teaching with the AICD
The AICD has three different accreditations. Follow the links below for details of each accreditation and the means of achieving that accreditation:
- Associate – This is the AICD entry-level ;
- Licentiate – This is the AICD standard teachers level ; and
- Fellow – This is an invitation-only accreditation bestowed by the Artistic Director and the National Committee
Teachers qualified in another syllabus may seek either Associate or Licentiate accreditation by Recognition of Prior Skills.
For details of accreditation, advancement and Recognition of Prior Skills please see the links above.
The Syllabus and other Educational Materials
- Syllabus books and DVDs;
- Music CDs; and
- Other memorabilia
Submitting Students for Examination