Membership costs for 2015 (plus membership form)
Other dance styles
Other registration issues (Reinstatement & turning Pro)
Joining EADA entitles you to:
10% discount from Chrisanne
10% discount from Crystal-Clover
10% discount from DSI
10% discount from Supadance
10% discount from Spot Turn Ballroom
10% discount from Desire Designs Desiree
20% discount from Empress Studiowear
Discount on health insurance through General & Medical
receive the magazine InMotion
receive the e-newsletter E-Motion
attend subsidised training days
attend EADA practice sessions
attend and vote at the AGM (usually held in November in Blackpool)
membership is required for those wishing to join the Amateur Coaching Scheme
Membership lasts for the calendar year. Once your registration has been processed you will receive a membership card with your name an EADA membership number. Please allow sufficient time for us to process your membership application before entering a competition (we recommend allowing 21 days for memberships to be processed). Please note that if you lose your card and require a replacement, there is an administration fee.
We would advise contacting the membership office if you are applying for membership for an under 18 foreign national.
The BDC have recently announced that to be able to compete in competitions run under BDC rules you must be a member of the BDC or an amateur organisation that is a member of the BDC (i.e. WADA or DSS).
If you are not sure about issues regarding registration, have a look at our frequently asked questions section. If you can't find the answer there, email membership [at] eada [dot] org [dot] uk.
2015 Membership Form can be downloaded here
Cost of EADA membership for 2015 is £7.50 per person
Each member age group has the same number series for instant recognition:
Juvenile 20XXX; Junior 25XXX; Youth 50XXX; Adult 55XXX; Senior 70XXX; and NRE permit holders are 49XXX
Competitors should obtain their membership through their Dance School.
The Formation Teachers Alliance voted not to register formation team members with EADA from 2011. For domestic formation enquiries contact the FTA, for WDSF World and European competition formation enquiries contact membership secretary for Dancesport England.
From 1st January 2012, reinstatement will be handled solely by the BDC. Please contact the BDC Secretary directly with any reinstatement requests.
If you are turning Professional please contact the Membership Secretary on membership [at] eada [dot] org [dot] uk who will revert your status to Associate member for the remainder of the calendar year.
All data is held securely by EADA and will be treated confidentially and with sensitivity for the benefit of EADA and its members. Selected data is available to the British Dance Council, Dancesport England, and other affiliated dance organisations for specific projects. Data is used for the full range of EADA’s activities including sending publications, the promotion of benefits and services to members, the notification of events and the raising of funds for EADA all of which might include an element of direct marketing. Under the terms of the 1998 Data Protection Act you have the right to object to the use of your data for any of these purposes and can request that your details are not passed on to any other organisations. You are able to specify on the registration form if you are willing for your contact details to be given to those individuals and organisations looking for demonstration couples.