Sunday, June 14, 2015

AMI 3-6 Certificate Course–Christchurch - Mon. 28th September–Thurs. 8th October, 2015


Dear Supporters of the Maria Montessori Education Foundation

On Friday 19th June MMEF will make the call whether to pursue with the South Island AMI 3-6 Assistant Certificate Course in Christchurch, this September.

At present, sadly there are insufficient numbers to proceed with our planned location - though there’s still time to register!

Philippa Romig, AMI 3-6 auxiliary trainer, Switzerland is waiting to book her flights, therefore please register on-line before Friday June 19th – early bird payment is not required until August 7th. 

So you now have 5 days to let us know if you’d REALLY like this AMI 3-6 Certificate Course in the South Island!

Click on the link for the registration details…/MONTESSORI-ASSISTANTS-CERTIFICATE-COURSE…

You can register online by clicking below or insert the following url in your  browser.

Julia Hilson AMI, Birth - 3 Assistant Certificate Course – April 2016, Auckland

clip_image001We’re delighted to announce that the course details for the AMI birth – 3 Assistants Certificate Course are on-line now.  Click on the link here  for the course brochure.

And click on this link for the on-line registration form

Here’s snippet of what the course includes:-

  • The importance of Order and Precision, with emphasis on the part Order plays in the development of the personality
  • The Development of Movement and its significance for the child 0-3
  • The Development of Language, also taking into account :
    • vocabulary—correct, precise, rich, scientifically exact
    • how to listen to and elicit language from children
  • The Development of Independence:
    • physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual, as conditions for interdependence
  • Preparing the Environment:
    • home and Nido, Infant Community (the physical and the intangible)
  • Understanding Freedom and Discipline
  • Observation - technique and recording
  • Music and Art

Who’s this Course for?

> Anyone working in a nido or infant community with children from birth – 3

> Professionals working with young children under the age of 3

> Parents of young children

> All those in support roles with families and whanua

All for now, stay warm, stay well!

Noho Ora Mai, MMEF