What is the NDL?
The National Dance List (NDL) is used widely throughout the Clogging fraternity in Australia. It provides a common curriculum for clubs in Australia and enables cloggers to participate in social dancing at any location around the country. It forms the basis for social dancing at the ACA National Clogging Convention and many other workshops. The NDL contains dances across five different levels: >
- Basic/Basic Plus (20 dances),
- Easy Intermediate (20 dances),
- Intermediate (20 dances),
- Intermediate Plus (10 dances) and
- Advanced (10 dances)
At the end of each calendar year, Australian Club Leaders have the opportunity to vote some dances off the list and to vote new dances onto the List. Dances voted onto the list cannot be voted off for at least 2 years, except in Advanced where they can be voted off after 1 year. Members can view more details on this process by logging on and visiting the Club Resources Page.