OUR MISSION AND VISION
Asian College of Teachers aims to prepare as well as empower outstanding global educators who will develop the competences and skills in the field of pre and primary teaching that are becoming increasingly important in 21st century. The assorted teacher training courses are designed to accord the modern pre-primary educators with attributes which will not only lend them unique teaching expertise to lead diverse classrooms across the globe shaping young minds and inspiring change but who will be reflective and innovative as well and can build a thriving learning environment.
Significance of our logo
We believe in making our courses available to teaching professionals across the globe and provide them with outstanding learning and employment related courses which will lead them towards a successful teaching career. Even our logo symbolizes this spirit with the book in the middle symbolizing knowledge and learning and the dots being learners of every hue and color because our reach has no boundaries of time and space. The two circles symbolizes the globe, the outer circle the world at large and the inner circle Asia in particular however the circle ends do not meet as we believe in the fact that our growth remains a continuous process and we are always in an expansion mode and endeavor to be present in every corner of the globe. The human form on the extreme left signifies man’s attempt to always strive and we ourselves believe in that and would like to help our learners to do the same. The color blue represents the vastness of the ocean and the sky and the orange signifies energy and positivism.
A call to “act”
The acronym for Asian College of Teachers is definitely ACT but it is also a call to ‘act’ now to further one’s learning, career and growth. To ACT is to take ownership of one’s own career as an individual by becoming a teacher. It is not a new fact that effective teachers touch lives. They transform, create and bring about change in individuals, societies and nations. Hence, the tagline “Teach and Touch Lives”.