School of Hope Foundation launches a diploma course for untrained and aspiring teachers across India

The School of Hope Foundation in Delhi has launched a Diploma course in Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) to train freshers , untrained and  aspiring teachers at an affordable fee. Spare a few minutes to know more.
What is ECCE ?
ECCE is a Montessori/pre-primary   level teachers training  job-oriented course. The duration of this diploma course is one to two years.Due to Covid-19 , currently a discount of 30% to 40% is being offered. Any candidate who has passed at least class 12th is eligible to pursue this course.
EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION is a job-oriented pre-primary teachers’ training course also known as ECCE. Itis a diploma course for fresher’s and untrained teachers who want to teach and cater to the students at nursery, kindergarten  or pre-primary level.
Has to undergo training
This teacher workforce has to undergo the training of the general ECCE course where the teacher joins the workforce of several other pre-school teachers. The ECCE course helps the students who aim to be pre-primary school teachers in order to facilitate young minds of pre-primary school’s children. The course provides various methodologies to the teachers who undergo this ECCE course which is required in teaching the young students that will be essential in the physical, cognitive and social development.

National Education Policy(NEP) focuses on ECCE
The National Education Policy (NEP) has focused on play based, activity based and inquiry based curriculum. The NEP underscores that by 2030 the universal provisioning of quality early childhood development, care and education must be achieved.
Why should one opt for ECCE?
ECCE trained Candidates will get a preference in kindergarten and pre-primary schools with very good salary as compared to freshers and untrained candidates.
About the School of Hope Foundation 
  The School of Hope Foundationisregistered under Trust Act, Govt. of India, New Delhi,it  has organised  various educational program to improve the quality of education in India for the welfare of child and teaching fraternity. The foundation  has launched a job oriented course in diploma in ‘Early Childhood Care and Education’ (ECCE) to ‘train’Montessori,kindergarten, pre-primary, untrained,and aspiring  teachers at an affordable rate since last 22 years through its strong network in India
 Why pursue ECCE from the School of Hope Foundation?
“Ours is the only institute in pan India to offer this course in offline and online mode at an afforadble rate with very good placement history . 80% of our students get assured placements,” said Mona Gurung, the co-ordinator
“We have 22 years of experience in this field. Once NEP comes into place across the country then ECCE course will be mandatory for teaching in Montessori , kindergarten and pre-primary schools. So if fresher and in-service teachers get their ECCE diplomas now then they will have an advantage over others later on.”
Additional benefits offered by School of Hope Foundation
It offers free textbooks and study materials. The online and offline classrooms are comfortable and the course is very student friendly. A lower fee is charged from students hailing from rural areas. The admission process is very easy and the admin team is helpful. It has qualified and experienced teachers.. The foundation has a wide network of study centres across the country,” said Gurung, the North-East coordinator of School of Hope Foundation to chalgenius.com
Get in touch!
Ms.MonaGurung
Co-ordinator
SCHOOL OF HOPE FOUNDATION
9732119979
9382989693

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