Early childhood years (i.e. 0-6 yrs) are considered very critical in the life span of human development. These years are considered as the formative years as they lay the foundation for all the future development. During these years, the child is very innovative, creative and curious and is willing to learn everything from the environment. Therefore, to make children bloom to their fullest potential, it is essential that they get education by trained early childhood educators.
To ensure this, Vidhyanidhi Education Society (Govt. Regd. Institute) has specially designed its Early Childhood Care And Education correspondence diploma programme in such a way that it caters to the needs of young learners. People who wish to work with young learners can take up our Early Childhood Correspondence Courses as it certifies them as early childhood educators. It opens gateways for them to work in diverse child care set-ups. Taking up a teaching career in this stream is extremely rewarding and satisfying.
It is the responsibility of the Early Childhood Educator to impart education and foster holistic development of the child (i.e. physical, motor, intellectual, linguistic, social and emotional development) as it is crucial for their long-term success. While doing so, the educator should always be prepared to face a variety of challenges. Our distance ECCE programs enables you to understand these challenges and equips you to teach children of this age-group most effectively. It also exposes you to the various organizational, administrative and leadership aspects of pre-school set-up and management.
No, there is no age bar for enrolling for Distance Learning Early Childhood Care and Education Course. Anyone above the age of 18 is eligible.
Anyone with 10+2 level qualification or qualification higher than that is welcome to enrol for this Distance Teacher Training Diploma Course.
Duration of the Distance Learning Teacher Training Diploma Programme is of one year. However, a candidate can complete the course any-time within one-year limit.
The Early Childhood Correspondence Courses of Vidhyanidhi Education Society is quite simple. After enrolling for the programme, the distance learning ECCE diploma course co-ordinator will immediately get in touch with you. A welcome letter containing details of enrolment, and instructions on how to go about the entire programme along with the first phase of study materials and assignments will be couriered to you.
Distance Learning Diploma in Early Childhood Care Education (ECCE) Program is entirely assignment-based. It contains five modules in all (four theoretical and one practical), divided into two phases. The candidates will be given access to one phase at a time. There are assignments in each phase, which the candidates are required to attempt and post to the distance learning course co-ordinator for evaluation. The candidates will be given access to the second phase once they submit the assignments for the first phase. Each phase has to be completed within the specific time limit. All the assignments will be evaluated by our well-qualified and experienced faculty members.
In case, you have any doubts regarding any aspects of the early childhood education programs such as the course material, assignments, etc., our distance learning course co-ordinators will be glad to assist you. For any other issues, you can get in touch with our support team and they will help you with all sincerity.
After the successful completion of the Distance Learning Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE), the marksheet and certificate of Teachers Training Diploma will be couriered to your postal address.
Teaching practice works a little differently for Correspondence Early Childhood Education i.e. it is optional, but we would highly recommend it, especially for candidates who do not have any teaching experience as no teacher training course is complete without sufficient amount of practical training. No amount of theory will work unless one is in the classroom, interacting with students. Therefore internship or teaching practice sessions are an important part of our Early Childhood Care And Education (ECCE) Correspondence Course curriculum.
During these teacher training internship sessions, trainee teachers are exposed to various practical aspects of pre-school teaching and management. During these sessions they observe and become aware of the needs and behaviour of pre-school children; they understand the classroom set-up, and are able to plan and prepare their lessons better. This, in turn, will make their teaching more effective in the future.
Interested candidates will be provided with a letter of reference from VES, recommending them for internship. Candidates can select any school of their choice, near their vicinity and gain teaching experience.
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