ULCCS, British Council launch training programme for teachers
Kozhikode: As part of making schools as Centres of Excellence and social commitment, the ULCCS, in association with British Council, launched a training programme for teachers at Madappally Government High School on Tuesday. ULCCS is implementing Integrated School Development Project at schools in Madappally.
The project envisages to create Centres of Excellence at Madappally High School, Madappally Girls Higher Secondary School, Boys High School and Vocational Higher Secondary School. It envisages developing skills both among teachers and students and to improve educational awareness among all stakeholders including parents.
Improving English Proficiency, communication skills, soft skills, analytical and learning skills are some of the focus areas of this project. While inaugurating the programme, Sri.Rameshan Paleri, Chairman, ULCCS Ltd suggested that ULCCS is planning for making more educational institutions at state, national and international level. Major focus areas are employability and skill development.
While delivering the presidential address Director, UL Education, Dr. T.P Sethumadhavan suggested that in the era where the global village concept is emerging across the globe, English proficiency and communication will facilitate teachers to provide world class education among students. “Soft skill development and English Proficiency are emerging as the major cardinals for getting appropriate job position in the emerging career market,” he added.
Mrs. Santhosh Agarwal of British Council suggested that continuous improvement in English communication will facilitate to make excellent teachers, which in turn will benefit the students.