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NTATAISE ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME (NEP)

Duration: 12 months

The Enrichment Programme has been designed to provide a stimulating preschool environment for children with a special focus on developing language and mathematics skills. It is aimed at practitioners who have completed their formal training.

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NTATAISE PRE-SCHOOL ORIENTATION PROGRAMME   (NPOP)
This programme is offered in two separate categories namely Centre-Based and None-Centre Based programme.

Duration: 12 months

The Ntataise Early Childhood Development Pre-School Orientation (Introductory) Programme is for early childhood development practitioners working with children aged between 3 and 6 years, especially in rural areas. It is, therefore, primarily an in-service training programme.

The programme is designed for practitioners who have little or no experience working in ECD services and an educational level of at least Grade 9 / Std 7 or Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) Level 4, but no previous training in ECD.  

Purpose and Specific Outcomes:


Workshops and Visit Programme:

It is the in-service practical training component of the Pre-School Introductory / Orientation Programme. It builds on what participants have learned in the two-week programme. The workshops and visits programme put emphasis on how to put into practice what has been learned in the two-week programme.

NTATAISE BABIES AND TODDLERS PROGRAMME

Duration: 12 months

The Ntataise ECD Baby and Toddler Programme is an elective unit standard for early childhood development practitioners enrolled in the core unit standards at Level 1. The programme is designed to provide training for ECD practitioners in the care and development of babies and toddlers up to the age of 24 months.

The programme assumes that course participants are working with babies and young children in ECD centres or home-based care. Therefore the training is provided on an in-service basis. For a skills course in caring for babies and toddlers, participants are expected to have some experience in working with babies and toddlers up to 2 years.

FACILITATE LEARNING THROUGH STORIES, SONGS AND RHYMES

Duration: 6 months

Course Objectives

The training focuses mainly on using stories, songs and rhymes to stimulate other learning and development in the preschool child. Through the use of these children are encouraged to express dealing with issues and challenges through hearing stories about others who face and overcome similar challenges. Throughout the course the practitioner is encouraged to implement and practice the new ideas and knowledge gained and; observes and records the responses of the children.

FACILITATE CREATIVE ART ACTIVITIES IN ECD PROGRAMMES

Duration: 6 months

This is skill programme which is aimed at extending ECD practioner’s competence in understanding the development of creativity in young children, and their ability to provide wide-ranging and stimulating art activities for young children.

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FOOD GARDENS PROGRAMME

Duration: 12 months

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FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING CERTIFICATE: ECD LEVEL 4 (ID 58761)

Duration: 18 months

This is an entry level qualification for those who want to enter the field of Education, Training and Development, specifically within the sub-field of Early Childhood Development. This Qualification will provide a means for formal recognition of those who are already practicing in the ECD field, but without qualifications.

Objectives:

To enable ECD practitioners to facilitate the holistic development of young children in a manner that is sensitive to culture and individual needs (including special needs).  To enable ECD practitioners to provide quality Early Childhood Development services for children in a variety of contexts, including community based services and ECD centres.




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