Dates: 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th April 2017 & 5th May 2017 | Time: 2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The participants will understand the concept of a School Curriculum. They will explore the vital elements and different stages in developing an effective primary school curriculum. This short course has been designed for novice and in-service primary level teachers with one or two years of teaching experience.


Fridays: 7, 14, 21, 28 April & 5 May 2017


2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Venue: Teachers’ Resource Centre

Address: C-121, 2nd Floor, Ehtesham Centre, Defence Housing Authority, Phase 1, Karachi.

Tel: 3539-4059 | 3539-2976


Through this workshop, participants will:

  • understand the concept of a school curriculum
  • explore different curriculum perspectives and views
  • identify the various aspects and stages in planning a curriculum
  • highlight the essential elements of a lesson plan

Who Should Attend

Primary Teachers

Workshop Leader

Ms. Rubina Naqvi has B.Sc / B.Ed degrees from Karachi University. She is an accredited trainer and holds a Diploma in Professional Studies from University of Bradford, UK. She brings with her 33 years of experience in the field of education which includes teaching, training teachers, and school management. Currently she is a member of the Training and Development Team at TRC and is working in the capacity of Senior Manager, Membership Network since the last 12 years.

Medium of Instruction



Rs. 10,000/-

Last Date for Registration

24 March 2017
Last Date for Payment

25 March 2017

Total Seats: 25


Important Note

No refunds will be given if a cancellation is made one day before the workshop. 50% will be deducted if a cancellation is made two days before the workshop, and 25% in all other cases. If TRC cancels a workshop, a full refund will be given to all confirmed participants. Requests for refunds must be received within 5 working days of the workshop.

Please register and submit course fee promptly with the enrolment form.

For registration contact TRC at: 3539-4059 & 3539-2976