Why train at CIS?
CIS training prepares talented teachers, empowered with practical skills along with the knowledge of modern methods of teaching and learning.
What are the results?
Our first batch of teacher trainees have been successfully hired by CMS, DPS and CIS.
Who can join?
Anyone with a drive to learn better techniques of teaching and learning is welcome to apply. Our last batch of trainees consisted of former Principals and several experienced teachers. All had a bachelor's or a master's degree. A satisfactory level of fluency in English is necessary to join.
Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Child Psychology
What This Diploma Includes and its Outcomes
pLove for the Child
Exemplary Behaviour and Demeanour
Practical Skills Development
Love for Teaching
Skilled and Resourceful Individual
Teacher as a Scientist and Researcher
An Observer, A Scientist, A Researcher, A Motivator, A Guardian, A Facilitator, A Psychologist
Job Seeking Skills
Presentation of CV and Portfolio, Communication Skills
Creating a New Vision of Education
Proactive thinkers and visionaries
Global Education Model of Schooling
Dr. Maria Montessori’s Montessori Method
Dr. Rudolf Steiner’s Waldorf Method
Prof. Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences
Developmentally Appropriate Practices
Jean Piaget, Lawrence Kohlberg and Other Experts in
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On-Going In-Service Training
The CIS runs for five days a week. On Saturdays, teachers come to plan the next week and undertake on-going in-service training. They review what went well the previous week and share good practices.