AMI Montessori Diploma course – Children’s House

The purpose of this Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) course is the in depth study of the Montessori method and practice concerning the development of the child between 3 and 6 years old.

The course offered by MIB for the 3-6 year age group comprises approximately 900 hours which include: 

    • theory lectures
    • group discussions
    • presentations of materials
    • material making
    • supervised practice (140 hours)
    • observation in the classroom (a minimum of 90 hours)
    • practice in Montessori classrooms (a minimum of 80 hours)

This schedule does not include individual working hours (reading, writing of essays and personal album making).  

AMI Montessori Diploma Childrens House 3-6

Requirements for obtaining the diploma

The diploma is granted to the students whose attendance is over 90%, submit their homework on time based on the required standards, complete their hours of observation and of practice, make the materials requested during the training and pass the written and oral exams at the end of the training course.

Language of training: the course will be held in Romanian.

Trainer: Mariana Uliță

The structure of the training course will be the following:

The first module: July 29th to August 31st 2019 (5 weeks)

The second module: February 10th to March 20th 2020 (6 weeks)*

The third module: May 25th to June 26th 2020 (5 weeks)

The fourth module: November 9th to December 11th 2020 (5 weeks)

*The week from February 10 to February 14, 2020 will be held by Nancy Lechner – AMI Trainer Assistants to Infancy together with Mariana Uliță – AMI Trainer Children’s House. This week comprises detailed information on the psychological features of children ages 0 to 3 years old, the transition from Toddlers classroom to Children’s House classroom, the differences of approaching the children ages 0 to 3 years old and 3-6 years old, the manifestation of the will in children ages 0 to 3 years old and 3-6 years old. 

Location of training: Montessori Institute of Bucharest, Piața Victoriei Square, 2-4 Dragoslavele Street, first floor, District 1, Bucharest.

Course enrollment procedure

Filling in the application form and uploading it in the “Enrolling in a course” section, together with your CV, a scanned copy of your ID and the data processing agreement.

*The students are considered enrolled as soon as the first payment is made.

Only Higher Education graduates can enroll in this course.

The price of the course varies depending on the payment options

The advantages of AMI Montessori educator courses at Montessori Institute of Bucharest:

    • Interaction with experienced trainers, with wholehearted qualities;
    • Access to a training classroom with a complete set of Montessori materials;
    • Access to Montessori kindergartens in Romania and abroad to carry out the observation and practice hours (within the limit of available places);
    • Free access to the “Reading and tea” events held at MIB during the course and after graduation;
    • Access to deepening and mentoring courses after graduation;
    • Free access to all the volumes from the MIB library;
    • The chance to become an AMI and ADEMR member during the course.

The diploma obtained upon course graduation is internationally recognised for its outstanding level of quality for preparing educators. Those who have obtained the AMI diploma, but do not have a professional training background as an educator, have the option to work in Montessori institutions registered as Educational Centers. In order to have the option to work in a kindergarten authorised or accredited by the Ministry of Education, graduates need to have educator qualifications as well, as required by the Ministry of Education.

For any additional details or questions, please contact us at curs@institutulmontessori.ro.