The same amount of material is taught at all levels. What is taught changes. Dancers will benefit equally from taking any level of instruction and, as each level builds upon the one before it, will usually improve their dancing more by enrolling at the lower levels.
Intermediate level dancers have typically taken two or more years of beginner, and are comfortable with the timing, technique, and figures taught at that level. People registered in this level know the figures and dances taught in beginner, can identify them by name, and dance them comfortably in a social setting as well as in class. West Coast Swing, East Coast Swing, and Samba are typically introduced at the Intermediate level. Classes are 1:15 in length. Most dancers will benefit from spending three or more years at the Intermediate level before thinking of moving to Advanced. The Intermediate curriculum is delivered on a two-year rotation; that is, not all of Intermediate curriculum is offered every year.
This class is intended for those who have completed at least one full year of Beginner. Ten different dances being taught over one year.