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STUDENT & INSTRUCTOR GRADING SYSTEM
The grading is a unique concept to pole fitness. Developed by Pole Passion in 2009 with the objective to support students and instructors in their development and first steps towards performing and competing.
You receive written assessor feedback at every level submitted with suggested improvements for your next level
We are proud to announce the Pole Passion Grading system to all our students (and instructors alike), incorporating the system throughout our national network of professional instructors and licensees and in all our weekly student training sessions, which will enable students to gain certification of their achievements in a structured manner.
There are 10 levels of gradings from Level 1 beginner to Level 5A to professional competition pole dancer level
All grades are accompanied by a series of videos for you to watch online and or in your class whether on your mobile device, computer or phone
ASK your instructor for the grading moves and syllabus – Register through your instructor or the office (theteam @passion-fitness.com) pre registration is essential.
NB: YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A POLE PASSION INSTRUCTOR OR STUDENT TO REGISTER
You can now purchase gradings and other courses in our online shop.
How to register
1. Simply ask your instructor in class, for a copy of the grading system level you are currently working on, starting at Level 1 and progressing to Level 6. Find out the moves that need to be incorporated into your routine grading performance.
2. Select your music – Please email it on mp3 mp4 only format to
email : theteam@passion-fitness. com no later than 7 days before the grading date.
Please speak with your instructor for guidance and it is important that you show your completed routine to your instructor BEFORE the day of the grading – PLEASE NOTE: Your routine must not contain a move or trick higher than your grading level.
3. Create your routine, either working with your instructor or creating your own (make sure the length of your routine (music) is the correct time for your grade (see below).
4. Payment – the grading cost is £30 per level, per participant and you will receive
Professional certificate for you to frame for your wall
Professional on line badge certificate, for your social media sites
Goodie bag, contents will vary from grading to grading
The grading is a place where students can show off their skills to family and friends without the fear of being judged in a professional fitness environment. For many of our students, level 1 is their first opportunity to showcase their practised skills of tricks, spins, transitions, poses and floor work combining them into a routine set to music of their choice.
ALL POLE PASSION STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS can attend and perform in a grading. (must have attended Pole Passion classes for a minimum of 10 weeks and be a current student)
Everyone is welcome to watch, family, friends, and students, including children, as long as they are supervised by an adult at all times. Eating and drinking is not be permitted in the studio (other than students drinking water during the grading)
ASK YOUR INSTRUCTOR FOR MORE DETAILS OF THE MOVES IN THE GRADING SYSTEM or EMAIL US at
Students take the gradings for many different reasons for some its a personal achievement, a platform to stand up and perform for the very first time in front of an audience. A chance to express themselves through music and dance.
For others, it’s the first steps to a career in performing, a build-up to the competition they’ve always wanted to enter but never thought they could, a chance to gain confidence, build flow, increase stamina and performance endurance.
A chance to get feedback to assist in improving their art every step of the way, eventually moving onto competitions.
Grading performances are certified and students can achieve either a Pass or a Pass+ at each level.
Video gallery of student and instructor grading routines
Areas of operation and weekly lessons