Letcee graduation ceremony

2017-06-21 06:02

LETCEE (Little Elephant Training Centre for Early Education) held a graduation ceremony on 15 June in the Greytown Town Hall.

One of the courses Letcee offers is accredited training in early childhood development (ECD), a two-year qualification for a further education and training certificate in ECD. This is a nationally recognised certificate on the NQF level 4 - there are currently 252 registered students for this course.

On Thursday, 97 Letcee students graduated and received this national certificate. It was a day of singing, dancing and celebration as the families of these students attended and supported the graduates.

Congratulations to the graduates on this wonderful achievement - your hard work, persistence and commitment has paid off with the outcome that you can now go out and benefit your communities in providing quality early education for children.

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