Family and Caregiver Engagement (WSQ)

Family and Caregiver Engagement (WSQ)

Accredited under Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications System


  1. Course Prefix/Number: TGS-2020505813 (Old Code: CRS-Q-0041918-SSC)
  2. Total Training Duration: 30 Hours
  3. Course Objectives: Learners will be able to engage families and caregivers in complementing the centre’s collaborative programs and activities and guide them in decision making for the child.
  4. Course Content:
    The learner will be able to achieve the following learning outcomes upon completion of training:
    LO1: Identify family characteristics and influences of family and caregiver
    LO2: Identify mandated parent involvement and assess support needs and the gaps in the families’ understanding of children development
    LO3: Identify attitudes of teachers that help build foundations of a successful partnership and facilitate informed choice and decision making by families
    LO4: Build rapport with families to facilitate home-centre collaboration
    LO5: Promote positive learning outcomes for children through family involvement and engagements
    LO6: Assess effectiveness of communication and engagement methods
    LO7: Educate families or caregivers on children development and the factors that impact development
    LO8: Coach families and caregivers to support the learning and development of children
  5. Certification Type: Statement of Attainment
  6. Certification Title: Family and Caregiver Engagement (WSQ)
  7. Area of Training: Education and Training
  8. Minimum Entry Requirements:
    • GCE ‘N’ Level
    • Demonstrate English listening, speaking, reading and writing skills at a proficiency level not lower than the ES WSQ Workplace Literacy (WPL) Level 4
    • No prior work experience is required
    • Assumed Attitude, Skills and Knowledge. Learners are assumed to have the following skills, knowledge and attitude:
      • Positive attitude towards learning and ability to communicate with team members effectively
      • Willingness to help children with special needs
    • 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
    • Potential learners who do not meet the abovementioned requirements but possess the relevant job experience, and/or have the passions to serve the social service sector, will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
  9. Mode of Training: Part-Time
  10. Language Medium Provided: English
  11. Payment Type: Nett Fee
  12. Duration Components:
    1. 1.5 (Assessment Hours)
    2. 22.5 (Classroom Training Hours)
    3. 6 (E-Learning Hours)
  13. Total Cost of Training per Trainee: (The 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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