Offering Part-Time Teacher Training since 1998.
Founded by Linda Madden Mont Dip Adv in 1998, we have trained many generations of Montessori Teachers at both Early Years (ages 3-6) and Advanced (Ages 6-12) – all accredited by MCI, the country’s leading Montessori Teacher Training institution.
In partnership with CACHE and Crossfields Institute, MCI have developed a new course Diploma in Montessori Pedagogy Birth to Seven (Early Years Educator) Level 3 & Level 4 in line with the nationally set criteria for Early Years Educators. The diploma has been mapped by the National College for Teaching and Leadership to meet the full and relevant criteria for those wishing to work with young children. The Early Years Educator qualification confers a licence to practice for all newly qualified practitioners in England.
RMTC has delivered MCI courses since 1998 and we are delighted to have the opportunity to deliver this new diploma.
We currently offer the following part-time course:
This diploma is recognised as per the listings on the DfE website: www.education.gov.uk/eypqd/qualification-detail-143
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We offer two fully accredited part-time courses
Leading to qualification as a Montessori teacher:
Early Years (ECC) Age (3-6)
Advance (Dip) Age (6-12)
The Montessori Method is a unique approach to education pioneered my Maria Montessori (1902 – 1958)
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I joined RMTC in 2006 when I started to work in a Montessori School. Everyone made me feel welcome and inspired me through the lessons they delivered. I remember my wish was to become the best Montessori Teacher.
Since then, after I took my exams, I applied for and have worked as a Classroom Montessori teacher and worked at the different nurseries that are part of Rainbow. At this moment I am the Head Teacher of West Hampstead Rainbow Nursery and have grown as an experienced Montessori teacher.
Ms Tabita Gutu
Head Teacher at RMS-WH