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“Udha e shkronjave” now Cambridge Professional Development Centre
Data e artikullit: 2015-11-20

Press information

18 November 2015

“Udha e shkronjave” joins global community offering Cambridge Professional Development Qualifications for teachers and leaders

“Udha e shkronjave” has been awarded Cambridge Professional Development Centre status by Cambridge International Examinations and is now approved to offer the Cambridge InternationalCertificate in Teaching and Learning, one of the Cambridge Professional Development Qualifications for teachers and leaders.

Michael O’Sullivan, Chief Executive of Cambridge International Examinations, said: “We are delighted to announce that “Udha e shkronjave” has joined our growing global community of Cambridge Professional Development Centres. We look forward to a long and productive relationship which will be of great benefit to teachers, leaders and their learners throughout the region.”

Cambridge qualifications are recognised and valued by employers around the world. Cambridge is dedicated to helping schools deliver the best education possible by providing comprehensive support, including teacher professional development and training, classroom resources and membership of a global learning community.

Cambridge programmes and qualifications are taught in more than 10 000 schools in over 160 countries.

Artur Shkurti, head of the school “Udha e shkronjave” said: “Our greatest achievement with Cambridge qualifications is the award of the status Cambridge Professional Development Centre. It came after a long work with Cambridge Team to be prepared to train teachers for the Cambridge International Certificate in Teaching and Learning. Now we are able to offer our teachers the highest international standards in teacher training, therefore raising the quality of teaching in our school “Udha e shkronjave”. At the same time we offer the Certificate Course to other Albanian teachers interested in having the Cambridge Certificate in Teaching and Learning”

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