Learning Matters by Max Learning Ventures Limited has signed an agreement for Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) training with Finland International Education (FINE). Under this agreement, Learning Matters concluded their first batch of training on 10th Feb, that was attended by educators from private and government institutions along with parents wishing to avail this learning opportunity.
Empowering Early Childhood Education through informed educators
Finnish ECEC is globally recognized for its pedagogical development and academic research. FINE, a member of the Finnish National Education export initiative is excited about this ground-breaking agreement with Max Learning Ventures in India.
Learning Matters and Finland International Education have co-created a progressive programme “Foundations of Early Childhood Learning” that combines their years of expertise and experience in early childhood education. This course benefits early childhood educators and anyone interested in the development of young children. The course gives both theoretical and practical exposure to participants along with valuable strategies and tools for effective learning and teaching. This offering is very distinct as it focusses on elements such as rights of children and the role of environment among others that are much needed in today’s early childhood education space.
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“This agreement is an important step for our company in the area of teacher training for Early Childhood Education and Care development in India. The pandemic offered a huge potential to both our companies to collaborate on an online initiative. We are very pleased with the 3-month pilot course and we believe it was a huge success. We are looking forward to our next chapter with Learning Matters,” Johan Storgrd, CEO at Finland International Education joyfully explains.
“Learning Matters is thrilled to collaborate with FINE to offer cutting edge training in the crucial understanding of childhood and the early years, as now also mandated by the Indian National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. We have curated and adapted this program based on our expertise and years of experience in India,” Sonya Philip, M.Ed., Co-founder of Max Learning Ventures, India.
Due to the pandemic the training sessions will be conducted online with the resolve of future face-to-face training to follow. The plan for this partnership is to be