The 2nd AMI Certificate Course starts in Sofia

Етикети: Montessori education

We invite you to become part of a large Montessori community that is changing the world through a better understanding of the care and needs of the youngest members of the society – children between the ages of 0 and 3.

Join this AMI Certificate Course with Tiina Suominen and uplift your work as a classroom assistant in a nursery.

Why to attend?

AMI teacher training courses are respected worldwide for its authenticity, high standards, and quality. The hands-on Montessori training provides the framework and tools for successfully teaching what works for each child, regardless of their socioeconomic status and stage of development. You will use the principles of Montessori education to foster a hands-on, self-paced, collaborative, and joyful classroom at any school, anywhere in the world. Successful graduates receive a certificate that entitles you to practice the teaching assistant to young children around the world.

Who is the course for?

For all teachers, parents, psychologists and professionals who wish to develop their skills in working with young children. For all inspired by Montessori philosophy who want to embark on a new professional path and build the skills and senses to understand the child developmental needs.

What to expect?


  • 60 hours of lectures and practical work.
  • 9 hours observations.
  • Guidance from an international AMI trainer
  • A community of professionals who believe in the child potential

Director of trainingTiina Suominen is from Finland. In 2018 she became an AMI Montessori Auxiliar Trainer in Assistant to Infancy level (A to I). In order to complete her training of trainers program, she worked in Vancouver, Canada, under the direction of Maria Teresa Vidales. She is trained both in 0-3 and 3-6 levels Montessori guide.

Tiina has her own Montessori School in Helsinki, capital of Finland. She has been working in Infant Communities and 3-6-classes more than 20 years, being the Classroom director and school Administrator. Tiina has also the traditional Finnish early childhood educator degree and she is also a coach and a facilitator.

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