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CEFA Certified Teachers

The CEFA Enriched Curriculum uses an educational method designed to educate the whole child, not simply academically, but socially, emotionally and physically.

Our Approach to Early Childhood Education

Our Founder, Natacha V. Beim, created the program based on her experience as an elementary school teacher, her specialization in early learning, her extensive educational research, and her firm belief that every child has the right to the very best schooling possible.

The CEFA approach is designed to stimulate children during the brain’s most formative years, increasing the child’s intellectual capacity for life. It is a contemporary approach to early childhood development, which reflects the needs of children worldwide in today’s society, and aims to ensure that your child is provided with a voice in our society.

The CEFA Enriched Curriculum is constantly evolving and improving. Our CEFA Certified Teachers find ways of improving and updating the curriculum by creating CEFA games that all CEFA Certified Teachers have access to and are able to build upon.

Every teacher at CEFA is enrolled in a CEFA Certification program beyond his or her ECE certification to ensure that they meet the exacting standards required to implement the CEFA Curriculum.

By the time a teacher becomes fully certified, they will have received up to 4 months of additional instruction and successfully completed a final exam that includes an observation of their practical skills in the classroom. This level of training is unparalleled for early education teachers in Canada and many of our teachers take it a step further. After certification, teachers may continue their education by taking refresher courses, often when they are switching their specialized subject, or by pursuing ongoing training that is supported by the principals at their schools.

Every teacher is also trained in First Aid.