Upon successful completion of the entire two year course, you will receive a Dancing For Him Ministries' Dance Ministry Leadership Certificate of License. This will stand as Dancing For Him Ministries’ approval of your ability to teach the subjects you will have learned. This also certifies you as a Worship Dance Minister, able to minister the Father's Heart through dance or the arts. This license carries a lot of weight and will serve as a solid credential to enhance your credibility as a worship dance teacher/leader/minister. Having the license is equivalent to being a Deacon in the church. So, likewise then, you would be a closely connected DFH servant/leader. Should you desire to not be licensed through DFH, you'll instead receive a Dance Ministry Leadership Course Certificate.
The program will go according to a calendar year, beginning January 10th and ending October 24th (session 1) or beginning August 10th and ending May 24th (session 2). All assignments must be completely finished by October 24th (session 1) or May 17th (session 2), though, to graduate.
You must be fully registered on or before December 31st for session 1 or July 31st for session 2. If a registration is received after December 31st (session 1) or July 31st (session 2), it will be considered a donation to the ministry as it may not be applied to the following year, since Levels 1 and 2 must run concurrently. You may not skip any years before beginning Level 2.
All assignments must be turned in by the end of each month and semester as your course outline will show. It is imperative that all assignments be turned in on time. This will be a time to learn discipline and avoid procrastination, which is a good leadership trait anyway. It is preferred that you steep yourself in the information (not just skim through quickly at the end to get the certificate) and spend time getting to know the other students and Pastor Lynn. It is an intense course and having the discipline to turn your assignments in on time will help you be relieved of any pressure at the end of the year.
To do well, you'll want to set aside about an hour a day, five days a week. Just like brushing your teeth or eating, creating a habit of setting aside that time will get you through successfully. Life will always crowd things out, unless we make a determination for disciplined success. You will be glad you will have made the effort!