15 October 2018
Part-time: 12 Months, Mon - Fri, 2pm - 6pm
“Congrats on starting your journey to become a professional pre-school teacher. We’re here to help, train and guide you to inspire tomorrow’s generation!”
- Cindy Yew, Course Coordinator and Senior Manager
Children are our curriculum. Teachers are their beacons.
We want to build a community of committed, passionate, and big-hearted pre-school teachers to inspire tomorrow’s generation.
Up to 85% funding of course fees.
Up to 90% funding of course fees via the
SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy.
Up to 95% funding of course fees via the
Workfare Training Support scheme. The individual’s monthly income should not be more than $2,000.
Recognized local poly diploma (with credit in 'O' level English Language) or recognized degree (English)
Successfully completed the polytechnic's interview selection or is a trainee in an MOE Kindergarten or ECDA-registered childcare / kindergarten
"Come to class with an open mind, manage your time wisely, and lessons will be so much fun. To be around like-minded people who willingly share experiences and bounce ideas off each other is very enriching."
Nurul Nadia Binte Mohd Shariff is currently learning to make lessons more fun for the children at Bambini Childcare.
“I took the course because I felt it was my responsibility to help the next generation to rediscover the values and beliefs that seem to be lost nowadays in a “me first” society. I may not be able to change the world, but I know I can impact one child at a time.”
Kam Sook Wei is currently working at Etonhouse.
“The passion to shape the future of young lives, plant the seed of love, and impact their families through interaction prompted the desire to begin the journey in early childcare. The course has been challenging yet rewarding so far.”
Cassandra Lam works at EducaZion.
Tham Foong ChueAssistant DirectorSchool of Humanities & Social Sciences
“Being a trainer is more than just teaching. It’s about inspiring students to be future passionate teachers to impact children’s lives, to be courageous and advocate for children, and to be reflective practitioners who will continue to learn and contribute to the growth of early childhood sector.”
Wong Peck SanSenior LecturerSchool of Humanities & Social Sciences
“I feel proud of the students who have prepared themselves well to work with young children and I wish that they will always experience the joy that I have whenever I interact with young children. Likewise, I want them to continue to learn even as they start teaching, not from me, but from the very children that they are teaching.”
Cindy YewCourse Coordinator and Senior ManagerSchool of Humanities & Social Sciences
“As much as I teach and guide the students, I also enjoy them sharing their vast experiences working with children. I feel energised and accomplished when diverse groups of students come together to learn and support one another for the benefit of young children’s learning and development."