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Training

Training

Montessori Diploma Programs

Our goal is to deliver the rich methodology and goals of Dr. Maria Montessori for teachers and parents and individuals who desire to be trained on the Montessori Curriculum. Our education programmes equip our students with a solid foundation in Montessori philosophy, methods, materials, and interactions needed to create the environment that leads to enriched learning opportunities for every child. We achieve this goal by including comprehensive, innovative lifetime teaching resources with our programs, by engaging our students in productive, active learning, and by effectively supporting each student's success with their educational journey.

 

Our Core Teacher Education Programmes are

1.Teacher Education Programmes (TEP)
We are pleased to offer 2 levels of Montessori certification:

■ Infant/Toddler [0–3] years
■ Early Childhood [2 1/2–6] years

2.Assistant Teacher Education Programmes (TEP)

Montessori Class Assistant (2 1/2-6) years

3. Seminars and Workshops aside

 

Other Programmes are:

1. Consultancy
We start your school from 'scratch' to the end. We plan, design, implement the Montessori curriculum up to classroom design. We also plan playground activities and extra-curricular activities.

2. Materials Supply
We sell our materials made here in Nigeria with specification and guidelines by American Montessori Society and Niehius at a discounted rate.

Flexibility
Aside our in-house training, we also offer mobile training that is; we come to your school and train your staff. Our training programmes are designed to meet your busy schedule and with us distance is no barrier.

 

Admission Requirements
LBMTC welcomes applications from all adults, regardless of age, gender, race, ethnic origin, nationality, or religion. To qualify for admission, you must possess one of the following:

■ Minimum of O'Levels or its equivalent. (Applicant must be fluent in English Language)
■ Experience working in an educational capacity
■ Admission as a mature student (19 years of age or older)

Applicants are required to provide information on the Student Enrollment Contract to support that they meet the minimum requirements and to grant LBMTC permission to verify the information.

 

Enrollments

1. Individual Enrollment

An independent enrollment is defined as any LBMTC student who pays for the program fees individually.

2. School Enrollment

A school enrollment is defined as any LBMTC student who has the program fees paid by a school or educational organization. Special policies are in place for school enrollments to ensure efficient communication and optimum service. In such cases, it is our policy to communicate closely with the Director of the school to ensure that the organization is kept well informed of student progress throughout the program of study. It is also LBMTC's policy to issue tuition receipts, diplomas, and transcripts to the school/organization upon full program fee payment and student completion, respectively.

 

 Program Component  Program Duration  Practicum
 Infant/ Toddler (0-3)  500 hours contact lecture  600 hours of Practicum
 Early Childhood [2 1/2–6] years  500 hours contact lecture  600 hours of Practicum
 Montessori Class Assistant (2 1/2-6) years  300 hours contact lecture  300 hours of Practicum
 Seminars and Workshops    

Certificate will only be issued upon completion of programe and internship