Follow your dream of becoming a preschool teacher and shaping the next generation.
We offer a 10 week and a 6 month (24 weeks) course for our participants. Here are the details of the sessions:
10 weeks program
Days a week
Hours each day
6 months program
Days a week
Hours each day
Below are some common queries regarding the program and admission requirements. Go through them to see if you meet the admission criteria or clear any other doubts.
There are two formats of the course available either online or as face to face sessions:
10 weeks: Five days a week, three hours each day.
6 months: Twice a week, three hours each.
|Week 1||Basics of Preschool Education|
|Weeks 2 & 3||Brain Development, Milestones and Development|
|Weeks 4 & 5||Curriculum Planning & Design|
|Weeks 6 & 7||Curriculum Implementation & Evaluation|
|Week 8||Best Teaching Strategies|
|Weeks 9 & 10||Art & Music in Classroom|
|Weeks 11 & 12||Safety & Security|
|Weeks 13 & 14||Health & Hygiene|
|Week 15||Power of Play|
|Week 16||Power of Love|
|Week 17||Team Management|
|Weeks 18 & 19||Family School Partnership|
Course participants who successfully complete the course will be awarded Certificate of completion by Institute of Early Childhood Education & Development affiliated with KLAY.
The program is designed to be a stepping stone into the field of early childhood education. Teachers who work with KLAY often go on to have successful careers in education management. This program opens doors not only to teaching, but curriculum planning and management, pre-school administration and education counselling.
Working at KLAY brings new adventures everyday. Each child is unique and everyday is filled with new experiences and learnings for KLAY staff. Teachers starting with KLAY join as trainees and can progress up to head teachers. There are also opportunities for teachers to switch to management roles or join the curriculum planning team within KLAY.
KLAY is the industry leader in early childhood education and follows a curriculum based on international research in the space of childhood development. Working with KLAY means you are trained in and gaining experience in the latest teaching methodologies being followed in countries such as USA, UK and Singapore.
KLAY Preschool Teacher Training Program is brought to you by IECED (Institute of Early Childhood Education and Development). IECED comes under the umbrella of Founding Years Learning Solutions India Private Limited which is the proud parent company of India’s Largest and Most Trusted Pre-School and Day Care Centres – KLAY Prep Schools and Daycare.
The program has been launched in response to overwhelming demand from teaching aspirants and parents for a world-class certificate program in early years teacher training that would prepare candidates for a career in this field. Ever since its inception, KLAY has already trained over 1700 of preschool teachers, administrators and caregivers who are the engine behind this pan-India prep school and day care network of over 150 centres.
KLAY Prep Schools and Day Care announced launch of KLAY Pre-School Teacher Training Program for early educators. This certification aims at equipping early educators with the skills and knowledge they need for engaging and nurturing young minds and aims to certify over 600 teachers by 2019. Since its inception, KLAY has already trained over 1700 of preschool teachers, administrators and caregivers who are the engine behind this pan-India prep school and day care network of over 150 centres.
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