Transforming Primary Education in Cambodia: Highlights from EPST Training Program, Cohort 1

On January 26th, 2024, TDSO – Teacher Development Support Organisation celebrated the success of our dedicated primary school teachers from Cohort 1, who completed training in Blended Teaching-Learning Methodologies and English Language. Dr. Puthy Kann, Deputy Director of the Primary Education Department at the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (Cambodia), led the opening ceremony, joined by representatives from Aide et Action Southeast AsiaKampuchea Action to Promote Education (KAPE), education authorities, and other stakeholders.

The event highlighted the program’s outcomes and underscored the critical impact made possible through collaborative efforts. We are grateful for all stakeholders’ unwavering support and cooperation in ensuring the long-term sustainability of the training program.

All successful trainees were invited to join our Continuous Professional Development (CPD) program. It is specifically designed to provide ongoing support to our alumni, helping them improve their teaching quality and stay up-to-date with the latest developments in their field.

TDSO organized a field trip to the Angkor Wildlife & Aquarium as part of the celebration. The goal was to bring the stakeholders closer, build trust, and foster positive relationships.

Congratulations to all trainees on this remarkable achievement! Best wishes as you continue to deliver high-quality education to Cambodian students.

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