Isivuno Training strives to make a difference
in the lives of disadvantaged children
Expanding the Kingdom through training teachers and thereby enhancing the future of children.
How do we do this?
Firstly, through offering preschool teachers a biblical based training and curriculum, particularly teachers from rural and disadvantaged areas who do not have a formal qualification. We collaborate with schools and churches, to jointly develop and share resources, skills and knowledge.
Secondly, to empower and support people in the areas of high school mathematics and life skills.
We work towards and aim to:
Train teachers to integrate and embed Biblical principles in their teaching methods and curriculum
Offer training, development and support to teachers and offer teaching resources to enable excellence towards maximising children’s potential
Sustain change through mentoring, regular reflection, evaluation and planning as to improve and develop their schools/crèches/preschools
Involve parents and enable them to be co-responsible for their children’s education
Training is offered to preschool teachers or caregivers - especially those who do not have a formal qualification and provide a service in homes, crèches and schools in rural areas. The programme collaborates with schools and churches, to jointly develop and share resources, skills and knowledge.
Life skills training is integrated in our teacher training, but we also offer life skills training on request as well as maths teacher training and support.
How you can support us
Pray for us
Your pre-loved toys, books, stationary, tables and chairs can be donated to disadvantaged preschools
Help make teaching resources
Collecting specific recycling material
Financial contribution to our work
How we use your donations:
(Please find our bank details at the bottom of the page and email your proof of payment to firstname.lastname@example.org for us to acknowledge your donation)
Teacher training cost in South Africa is R500 for a week of training. Cost is higher in other African countries.
Our trainers are volunteers and only receive a small stipend. We do cover their travelling cost and accommodation.
Trainer training cost is R650
Our biggest need is to have funding to print basic training material; about R320 per teacher and R420 per trainer.
Training centre need resources such as wall posters, small group and art examples to use during training.
Trainers offer light refreshments to teachers during training.
Teachers are mainly from disadvantaged areas, we do believe they need to contribute towards their training. Isivuno Training however sponsors the greatest portion of the training cost to make it affordable. Our current teacher training fees are R400.
We also offer mentoring to teachers to ensure they implement what they have learned and we need to give the mentors a small stipend.