International Dance Teachers' Association (IDTA)
Association internationale des professeurs de danse
1967, when current title was adopted, on amalgamation of U-XU0553 - International Dancing Masters' Association (IDMA) and 'Dance Teachers Association', these two bodies also being the result of mergers of UK and international organizations including: Empire Society of Teachers of Dancing; Universal Association of Teachers of Dancing; Professional Institute of Teachers of Dance, set up 1903, London (UK).
Promote and foster the art of dancing in all its forms and uphold the highest ideals of the dance profession; improve and further the technical and general knowledge of members; disseminate information on the conduct of classes, delivery of lectures and other advice beneficial to members in discharging their profession; advise government departments, local authorities, education establishments and other interested organizations on all matters relating to the activities in dance performance, training and education of members.
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Board of Directors of 20. Sub-committees of specialists (7): Ballroom Dancing; Freestyle; Latin Dancing; Modern Dance; Sequence Dancing; Tap Dance; Theatre Dance.
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