Our mission is to build the confidence and capacity of families and communities to create nurturing environments for their children.
65000+ children need our assistance
We train ECD Practitioners
Where we target our attention:
Umzinyathi district, KZN, South Africa
Our vision is for every child to develop and grow in a caring community.
News from some of our Projects
LETCEE had our Graduation Ceremony recently. The function was held in the Greytown Town Hall and was well attended. We had a guest speaker from Dundee, who delivered a wonderful speech on the importance of early education and the roles that these women will now fulfill. One of the courses we offer, 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. We currently have 252 registered students for this course.On Thursday 15 June 2017, 97 of LETCEE’s students graduated and received this national certificate. It was a day of singing, dancing and joyous celebration as the families of these students attended and supported the graduates. We wish to congratulate all the graduates with this wonderful achievement! Your hard work, persistence and commitment have paid off. Now you can go into your communities to provide quality early education for our kids.
New group in training
We started training a new group in our FETC: ECD (level 4) qualification in October. They started their second theoretical module on 6 November and were very excited to see their classmates again this week. We wish them all the best for their studies and welcome them to the Letcee family!
Trip to Germany
Sne Masuku, Matimatolo's Mamahambi, and Annika Hayward went to Germany for September to learn more about ECD for children with disabilities. They did a two-week internship at Vogelsang Kindergarten in Osnabruck and also visited other similar projects in Northwestern Germany.
This was a great experience and they learnt great hands-on techniques and management strategies for ensuring optimal learning despite special needs.
We look forward to hearing more about their trip and will share with you!