Welcome to Navadisha

3-6 Diploma Course 2024

August 19, 2024
– April 12, 2025

AMI Montessori Courses
to train adults to assist
children at TWO AGE LEVELS.

Upcoming Courses

Diploma Courses

The diploma courses train teachers to guide children of different ages in Montessori classrooms. The Primary Diploma Course is for the 3 to 6 age range, and the Elementary Diploma Course is for 6 to 12 age range.

3-6 Diploma Course 2024

August 19, 2024 - April 11, 2025

The AMI Montessori 3-6 Diploma Course is an intensive full time programme designed to help students study closely the theory and practice of the Montessori approach to education.

Certificate Courses

AMI certificate courses are short term courses designed to offer a close study of the principles of the Montessori approach to anyone interested in understanding the developmental needs of children.

The Montessori Orientation to 3-6 course is an intensive full time programme designed to help interested adults to understand the development of children. It opens the way for adults to assist the child’s development both at home and in school.

Refresher Courses

Only for AMI diploma holders, these short courses are offered to enable trained adults to continue to broaden and deepen their understanding of Montessori concepts.


Navadisha Montessori Foundation was established to meet the growing need for Montessori training in Chennai. Our mission is to offer training of a high standard, helping graduates integrate theory and practice.


The Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) is a leading world authority in Montessori education and child development studies. Headquartered in Amsterdam, AMI directs the work of AMI Montessori Training…

Upcoming Events

People, from the very beginning, have moved from one place to another seeking food, shelter, adventure – a better life. These aspirations form the basis of human history.

Talk: Helping children enjoy holidays

May 3 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

When the summer months arrive we begin to look around for ways of helping children wisely spend the time they are not in school. The screens always present around the children at home beckon the children away from these activities and seat them for long hours in front of fast-paced, flashing and noisy entertainment.


Keep in touch by registering your contact details and be supported by volunteering. To provide you with career opportunities we list the jobs with the schools that contact us asking for teachers. These will be displayed for three months or until the school informs us that the position has been filled.


Why Montessori?

Universally, the most common method of education in the world seems to be the transfer of knowledge from teacher to student.