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VTE Teacher Training Course 1

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013

with  Rasamandala Das   and  Abala Devi Dasi


This six-day intensive course is highly participatory and suitable to a broad spectrum of devotees with a wide range of teaching experience. It is particularly appropriate for devotees involved in training. Preachers, managers, gurukula teachers, communications specialists and others interested in systematic training and education will also find it of immense value and interest. The features of this preliminary course are as follows:

  • Learn about teaching styles and methods, especially interactive and experiential
  • Explore Krishna Conscious approaches to educational theory and practice
  • Plan a lesson and write a corresponding lesson outline
  • Practice basic skills of speaking, facilitation and classroom management
  • Experience a fun, highly interactive and transformational course

Course Dates: Monday 22nd July – Saturday 27th July 2013
Morning session: 10.00am – 1.30pm
Lunch: 1.30pm – 3.15pm
Afternoon session: 3.15pm  – 6.00pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £59

For more information, please email or                   call 07539314457.
You can sign up to this course by following the Paypal link below, or at the Manor reception. You will then receive e-mail confirmation of your place on the course.

Name(s) of Attendee(s)

About the speakers
Rasamandala das joined ISKCON in 1973 at Bhaktivedanta Manor. He is director of ISKCON Educational Services and is currently helping Bhaktivedanta College set up a Single Honours course in Education Studies (to start September 2012 and validated by the University of Chester).
Abala Devi Dasi is originally from Greece, and read ‘Western Philosophy with Religious Studies’ in Oxford, where she also gained a PGCE (Postgraduate Certificate in Religious Education / Secondary-level). She currently teaches Philosophy at Bhaktivedanta College and coordinates the much-esteemed Bhakti Shastri Course. She also co-ordinates the College’s mentoring scheme and it’s recently-launched career-guidance service. Abala has assisted her husband Rasamandala Das in teaching the TTC2 several times