AC EYFC Curriculum Terms
and Conditions

1. Licensing and Usage

The Arabian Child EYFS Curriculum is licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International. It remains the intellectual property of Arabian Child. The license is non-exclusive and non-transferable, available in Arabic language only. See the full license at Creative Commons License.

2. Scope of Use

Clients are permitted to use the curriculum within their school, nursery, or preschool. For use in other branches with the same name and logo, a license fee applies.

3. Material Utilization

Clients must credit Arabian Child and link to the license when using any part of the curriculum internally. The materials are intended for non-commercial use only.

4. Curriculum Enhancement

Clients may enhance the curriculum and create additional activities and themes for internal use, subject to Arabian Child’s approval.

5. Curriculum Modification Requests

Modifications to the curriculum are permissible, provided they do not exceed 2 working days of effort. Additional changes are subject to standard consulting rates.

6. Curriculum Package Contents

Upon full payment, clients receive digital files of the complete Platinum Package, which includes various curriculum components, frameworks, and training materials.

7. Printing Responsibility

Clients are responsible for any physical printing of materials.

8. Intellectual Property and Commercial Use

Clients agree not to copy, modify, distribute, or use the curriculum commercially without Arabian Child’s written permission.

9. Training and Consulting

The agreement includes 6 hours of training delivery. Consulting days must be utilized within 30 days of material receipt, with mutually agreed-upon work scope and timings.

10. Online Training Scheduling

Training dates and times via Zoom are to be mutually agreed upon, subject to rescheduling rights by Arabian Child.

11. Additional Costs

Clients bear all costs related to visa, accommodation, and airfare for trainers, if needed.

12. Regulatory Compliance

Arabian Child is not responsible for meeting local regulatory requirements in the client’s country. The curriculum’s alignment with academic standards is not guaranteed.

Jawda Quality Improvement Program Terms and Conditions

1. Program Overview

The Jawda Quality Improvement Program (QIP) is a multi-tiered system designed to enhance and ensure the quality of educational and care services for children, based on international standards and local guidelines.

2. Eligibility and Enrollment

Eligibility for participation is determined by specific criteria, including the center’s size, type, and educational focus. Enrollment in the program is subject to approval by the program administrators.

3. Program Duration

The standard duration of the program is one academic year (10-12 months), with provisions for extension under specific conditions.

4. Accreditation Validity

Accreditation is valid for three years, post which centers can apply for renewal subject to re-evaluation.

5. Training and Support

Targeted training sessions and technical assistance are provided to help centers identify strengths and areas for improvement.

6. Assessment Process

Centers will undergo an initial assessment, followed by continuous monitoring and final evaluation to determine accreditation status.

7. Confidentiality

Both parties agree to maintain the confidentiality of assessment results and any sensitive information shared during the program.

8. Center’s Responsibilities

Centers must adhere to the program schedule, actively participate in training, and implement recommended improvements.

9. Quality Areas

Focus on six key areas – Child Learning and Development, Child Protection, Professional Development, Community Partnership, Environment, and Leadership.

10. Resource Allocation

Participating centers in the Jawda Quality Improvement Program are required to allocate the necessary staff resources to ensure effective program implementation. These designated staff members will be responsible for a range of duties including collaborating with program assessors, receiving and implementing feedback, gathering and organizing evidence, uploading materials to the online platform, and disseminating program-related information within the center. This commitment to engagement and resource allocation is essential for the successful participation in the program, facilitating a seamless integration of program activities and standards within the center’s operations.

11. Feedback and Improvement

Centers participating in the Jawda Quality Improvement Program will utilize the designated online platform to upload evidence of their practices and receive feedback from program assessors. This digital interaction facilitates a continuous improvement process, allowing centers to efficiently manage their documentation and promptly incorporate assessor feedback into their operational and educational strategies.

Arabian Child is not responsible for meeting local regulatory requirements in the client’s country. The curriculum’s alignment with academic standards is not guaranteed.

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