45 hours / Over 4 weeks
Our remote teacher training option allows for a broad range of accessibility for students in locations all around the world. Using a mixed learning format, participants are able to CHOOSE from any of the four apparatus offer; Silks, Lyra, Trapeze and Rope. The next training will be a level 1 training, and will be held in May, 2021. Please visit our SCHEDULE page for more information.
To find out more information about what’s included in our Teacher Training Course, visit our OVERVIEW PAGE
The Paper Doll Militia approach to teacher training is engaging, interactive, community building, and comprehensive. I can’t believe how much we were able to accomplish during our training!” – Gretchen Siegfried – Backyard Circus
For more testimonials from our Remote Training Click HERE
The pre-requisites and audition skills can be found in the side menu to the left on this website.
At this point in time we are only able to offer this training to those who have SAFE access to aerial rigging. You will be required to provide detailed information about your aerial set up, so that we can ensure the safety of all our participants.
Each training has a registration open date, which can be found on the schedule. (Click the menu bar on the left) We require several pieces of information, including video auditions and rigging set up information. These should all be prepared before submitting your application. Please Read the Pre-Registration Info Pack before registering.
Limited spots available.
Paper Doll Militia are recognized by American Circus Educators Association and is part of the Circus Arts Safety Network! ACE recognized that our Teacher Training program is committed to facilitating a safe environment and curriculum.
“To establish specific guidelines that will help promote, encourage and foster better safety and risk management practices as related to circus arts by creating a system that recognizes circus spaces that demonstrate a continued commitment to better safety practices as based on ACE’s guidelines.”