International Preschool Curriculum Awards Licensing Rights to Aim Middle East for UAE and Saudi ...
December 4, 2012 (MMD Newswire) -- International Preschool Curriculum, the world's leading international early childhood education organization has signed an exclusive license agreement with AIM Middle East Limited for the UAE (excluding Abu Dhabi) and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The International Preschool Curriculum (IPC) is the world's first curriculum provider dedicated to raising world standards in preschool education and better preparing children for primary or elementary schooling years. The International Preschool Curriculum's mission of raising educational standards in preschools is embraced by early learning leaders and devised by practitioners and teachers to meet the demands of a multicultural society while at the same time delivering a positive impact on local communities.

Apart from providing a preschool curriculum, the IPC also acts as a professional organization. It provides professional development guides and courses to teachers and management, along with a software package that supports the franchisees administrative needs. It has a range of white papers, consultancy guides and practical guides all of which are included in the franchise.

By publishing the combined knowledge of members of the advisory committee and professionals, the IPC gives members an insight into best business standards and a level of consultancy that may be prohibitively expensive if undertaken by a single preschool center. The IPC franchise enables a preschool to align itself to the highest international standards in early childhood education.

AIM Middle East Limited is committed to furthering a quality network of nursery schools in the Middle East region by selecting the right franchisees who are keen to provide the highest international standards to their students.

According to UNESCO, "Early childhood education has enormous individual, social and economic benefits. For example, early childhood programmes complement the roles of parents and other carers in raising children during the early years. The early childhood years set the foundation for life, ensuring that children have positive experiences and that their needs for health, stimulation and support are met, and that they learn to interact with their surroundings."

Maliha Ahad who will be managing the IPC business in the UAE, has over 20 years of marketing experience in Asia and the Middle East. While commenting on the partnership between AIM Middle East and IPC she said, "We are very excited about this venture and are aware of the need for higher standards in preschool education. With IPC's entry into the Middle East we look forward to providing schools in the region, with the opportunity to receive internationally recognized curriculum and teacher training, that reflects the latest research in early childhood education."

For more information, please contact Maliha Ahad at or visit

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