Early Intervention: Key Practices and Strategies (WSQ)

Early Intervention: Key Practices and Strategies (WSQ)

Accredited under Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications System


  1. Course Prefix/Number: TGS-2020504079 (Old Code: CRS-Q-0041096-SSC)
  2. Total Training Duration: 30 Hours
  3. Course Objectives:
    Learners will be able to apply key principles of Early Intervention and transdisciplinary practices and approaches independently:
    LO1. Describe the Principles & Benefits of early intervention
    LO2. Apply intervention strategies for teaching and managing the disabilities
    LO3. Define approaches to supporting the inclusion of children with special needs and managing challenging behaviours
    LO4. Integrate professional inputs from different disciplines into teaching and managing children with special needs
    LO5. Engage in collaborative practice with professionals and families
    LO6. Identify assistive tools in interventions
    LO7. Monitor the progress to achieve the functional outcomes
  4. Course Content:
    i: Principles and strategies for early intervention
    ii. Approaches to supporting the inclusion of children with special needs and managing their challenging behaviors
    iii. Teamwork and collaboration
    iv. Assistive tools
    v. Monitoring the progress
  5. Certification Type: Statement of Attainment

  6. Certification Title: Early Intervention: Key Practices and Strategies (WSQ)
  7. Area of Training: Personal Development
  8. Minimum Entry Requirement:
    1. GCE ‘N’ Level
    2. Demonstrate English listening, speaking, reading and writing skills at a proficiency level not lower than the ES WSQ Workplace Literacy (WPL) Level 4
    3. Assumed Attitude, Skills and Knowledge
      1. Positive attitude towards learning and ability to communicate with team members effectively
      2. Willingness to help children with special needs
    4. It is recommended that learners have completed the Level 2 course of ‘Early Intervention: Fundamentals and Principles’ and have acquired some basic knowledge of early intervention
    5. No prior work experience is required
    6. Potential learners who do not possess the assumed knowledge and skills should not be precluded from the training. They will be considered on a case-by-case basis
  9. Mode of Training: Full Time/Part-Time
  10. Language Medium Provided: English
  11. Payment Type: Nett Fee
  12. Duration Components:
    1. 2 (Assessment Hours)
    2. 22 (Classroom Training Hours)
    3. 0 (Practical / Practicum Training Hours)
    4. 6 (e-Learning hours)
  13. Total Cost of Training per Trainee: (List price is $980)

Students need to attain 75% attendance and pass the course to be eligible for the subsidies.

The Government Subsidies are valid from 1st January 2022

Self-sponsored Individual

FEES GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES REMAINING COURSE FEES
$980.00

(Supported under UTAP for NTUC members)

(UTAP expiry: 31/3/2023)

-$490.00
(for 21-39 years old and PR 21 years old and over)
$490.00
-$686.00
(Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy)
$294.00

 

Small-Medium Enterprise (SME)

FEES GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES REMAINING COURSE FEES
$980.00

(Supported under UTAP for NTUC members)

(UTAP expiry: 31/3/2023)

-$686.00 $294.00

 

Non-SME

FEES GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES REMAINING COURSE FEES
$980.00

(Supported under UTAP for NTUC members)

(UTAP expiry: 31/3/2023)

-$490.00
(for 21-39 years old and PR 21 years old and over)
$490.00
-$686.00
(Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy)
$294.00

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