The Standard Teacher Training Institute (STTI) has finally been accredited by the Ministry of Education to operate as a teacher training institute in the country.
The Certificate of Accreditation signed by Adventus Grea Wright, Assistant Minister for Teacher Education, stated that “having met the minimum requirements set by the Bureau of Teacher Education, STTI was granted the clearance to operate as a teacher training at ‘C’ certificate level.” The certification is valid for two years.
STTI’s Director, Rev. Andrew S. Fayiah Sr., said the institution was established to effectively give teachers the requisite skills and discipline to enable them to offer professional services as teachers.
“At STTI we aim at improving teachers’ professional skills along with teaching strategies that will make them outstanding professional teachers.
“Also, our staff is well trained, qualified and passionate about education and willing to help incoming students achieve their dreams,” Rev. Fayiah said.
The school offers 28 courses for an advance ‘C’ certificate in teacher education.
“We offer very rich courses including basic teaching content, professional methodology for teaching and basic administration with specialized training in early childhood education,” he added.
Rev. Fayiah disclosed that tuition and registration are free, but a marginal activities fee per semester is required.