Thursday, 2 August 2018

Comprehensive School Safety (CSS) Curriculum - Deputation of resource persons Rc.No.142

All the District Educational Officers and DIET Principals are hereby informed that Save the Children Organization working with Department of School Education in various Academic aspects for improvement oflearning outcomes.

Save the Children Organization would like to conduct training for DIET faculty and Key Resource Persons on operationalization of Comprehensive School Safety Policy in School Curriculum. The training may give more insights on the importance of school safety. The purpose of the training is incorporated in the school curriculum which was considered as first School Safety Curriculum in the country. The proposed programme will make DIET faculty and Key Teacher Resource Persons to understand the key components of CSS and to equip them with adequate knowledge and skills on CSS to make an effective classroom transaction at school level to shape up our schools to be more resilient. Participants are proposed from DIETs, Key Teacher Resource Persons and selected teachers from district Save the Children project schools.

A 2-day Key Resource Persons training programme on CSS curriculum is scheduled from 2-8-2018 to 3-8-2018 at Hotel DV Manor, Vijayawada, accommodation will be provided at Hotel Swama Palace, Vijayawada. The District Educational Officers and Principals DIET are informed to depute 06 participants from each district to attend the said training (1 DIET Lecturer, I Headmaster, 4 strong teachers) programme.

The concerned District Educational Officers and DIET Principals are requested to depute the state resource persons (List Annexed) in addition to 06 participants to the workshop
All the District Educational Officers and DIET Principals are informed to identify the faculty and depute the above said training programme, and also instruct them to report course Director at the venue by lOam without fail. The TAIDA, accommodation will be provided by the said organization.
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