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TCRG and Conditiona TCRG difference?
By irishsaoirsemember has saluted, click to view salute photos
On Sun Mar 15, 2015 07:19 AM

I am just wondering what is the difference between TCRG and Conditional TCRG?

I mean - TCRG is person who passed the tests (?) and what about is the conditional TCRG? ( I may be wrong of course)

Thanks :)

2 Replies to TCRG and Conditiona TCRG difference?

re: TCRG and Conditiona TCRG difference?
By seannettaPremium member
On Mon Mar 16, 2015 09:34 AM
If I'm remembering correctly, conditional TCRG status is given to teachers in areas where Irish dancers are underserved -- like mainland Europe, for example -- so that teachers can enter their students in competitions and so on, before they officially pass the TCRG test. So a conditional TC is one who hasn't yet passed the test, but is being given support by CLRG to teach, and who must pass the exam within a certain time period of being awarded conditional status. It's basically meant to get Irish dance going in areas where it is sparse and needs extra support.
re: TCRG and Conditiona TCRG difference?
By m1171
On Mon Mar 16, 2015 10:42 AM
If I remember correctly, there are no more new Cond.TCRG in Mainland Europe since 2014, those ones who are currently in this status should take their exam before Jan.2018.

There also was Assessments system but it isn't actual here now.

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