The Applied Study Program is designed to mirror the reality of industries where merit is based on the number of refined skills a person brings to a company or project. Be a corporate version of a “Triple Threat.”
The NYIDE Applied Study Program is a truly unique approach to teaching Dance and a myriad of complementing genres coupled with business administration, and tangible approaches to immediately apply the information learned. Applied Study candidates learn a broad variety of skill sets without limitations. The Applied Study Program is designed to mirror the reality of dance and the performing industries where merit is based on the number of refined skills a person brings to a company or project.However, the Applied Study Program is even more. No matter your personal goal, the Applied Study Program simultaneously teaches business, conflict resolution, and interpersonal skills that will allow candidates to be equally comfortable and accepted in a corporate environment.
This is achieved by allowing the greatest amount of realtime apprenticeship and exposure. Candidates foundation is McLeod Technique and Dance, but additionally interact with a wide variety of performing arts classes.
A life teaching system filled with real-time skills, principles, tools, and methodologies that help candidates be more than skill successful, but equally, life and experience happy too.
The Applied Study Program is an incredible post or pre-graduate certification program that amazingly complements any previous or future movement and business study. In the Applied Study text it says, "it is no good to become the world's best anything professionally, but to then be alone, depressed, suicidal, or an arrogant ass". Everyone has personal insecurities that arise. In Applied Study, you learn useful and proven skills to deal honestly and healthily with a myriad of scenarios including family issues, personal relationships, or future plans. This program teaches candidates to learn from every real life moment because they are all teachable moments. One derogatory statement should not completely derail your course to success. You learn to accept failure and not hurt and blame those around you, to heal broken family connections, and to realize your contribution to prosperous environments. Most importantly, you learn to calibrate your feelings before you stake your happiness, job, relationships, and career on them