Popular Teacher Training Course Offering Individual Tracks

The widely popular Teachers’ Training Course by Igud Hamelamdim is now introducing individual tracks, allowing those who wish to select the sessions they wish to join.

As previously reported on Anash.org, Igud Hamelamdim will be running its 8th gold-star Teachers’ Training Course, in-person and online.

This year’s course will run from Monday, 26 Taamuz through Wednesday, 13 Menachem Av (July 26th-Aug 10th). Sessions will take place on weekday evenings. Each participant will receive an accreditation certificate at the completion of the course. 

Attend in person or online via live, interactive zoom.

“What’s new and innovative about this year’s upcoming course, “ says Rabbi Bluming, Director of Igud Hamelamdim, “is that  by popular demand, we are now introducing “Choose your own track”, for those who wish to do only some of the tracks.

The last day for Registration for this 30-hour course is TOMORROW, 22 Tammuz.  Register here

Since its inception, the course has earned the praise of teachers and principals for its time-honored methods, lucid delivery, and down-to-earth guidance. Many graduates of the course have taken up prestigious positions in schools around the country, and their enthusiastic accounts of how the course has helped them, speak for themselves.

Secure your spot, registration closes tomorrow, 22 Tammuz. 

The course will be chaired by leading mechanech, Rabbi Mechel Rottenberg, renowned principal and teachers’ trainer of many decades. Also presenting, will be Rabbi Michoel Gourarie, veteran mechanech, trainer and noted expert in the Rebbe’s chinuch approach, Rabbi Yehoshua Lustig, respected principal in Oholei Torah, and Rabbi Mendel Klyne, principal and teacher at Cheder Chabad Detroit. Plus, an exciting addition to this year’s course, is the inclusion of Rabbi Shmuel Wagner, a skilled Mechanech and well-known presenter, noted for his creativity, clarity and individualistic Chinuch approach. 

For more information, email Igud Hamelamdim at [email protected]

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