Announcement: 16 Nov 2016
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
In order to keep up with the rising costs involved in delivering higher quality education and to meet the changing educational landscape and standards as set out by the Committee for Private Education, from January 2017 all CAE course fees will be adjusted upwards.
Early Childhood and Inclusion
All children, no matter what their physical, cognitive, or emotional level of development, need meaningful opportunities to develop skills, establish a sense of self, and lay a foundation for life-long learning. Early childhood programs provide all children with early learning environments that help them develop cognition, communication skills, social/emotional skills, health and physical skills, creativity, and a style of learning.
Children with special needs should have the opportunity to attend early childhood programs alongside with the other children. All children learning together will foster the potential of every child.
- INCLUSION IS ABOUT ALL CHILDREN
- BENEFITS OF INCLUSION FOR CHILDREN
- For Children
- For Teachers
- For Families
- For Communities
- TOP THREE MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT INCLUSION
SAC Symposium 2015
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
EVIDENCE INFORMED PRACTICE
20 College Road, Singapore
October 15-16, 2015
CAE is proud to be a supporting organisation for the SAC Counselling Symposium 2015.
The aim of this Counselling Symposium is to bring together counsellors, psychotherapists, and related mental health and educational professionals in Singapore and the ASEAN Region to discuss the progressive and emerging trends in counselling practice.
The main theme of the Counselling Symposium has been intentionally deliberated and chosen to raise awareness on the quality and expectations in our practice as one being evidence-informed. This means the practice that SAC supports now and in the future is a practice that is researched, and can withstand scrutiny by academics and professionals across the globe.
The Counselling Symposium’s sub-theme will focus on how counselling can promote a better well-being among the clients and within the community in fast-paced and progressive Singapore as well as within the dynamic ASEAN Region.
The SAC Counselling Symposium 2015 has received pre-approval for VCF Funding for eligible staff and volunteers (Singaporeans and PRs) from NCSS member VWOs and MSF-funded VWOs. The pre-approved funding is at 80% of the Registration fee of $458.00. Applicants only need to pay $91.60 for the 2-day Symposium.
VCF Local Training Fund application is to be made through the VWO Corner https://www.ncssapp.org.sg/ at least ONE month before the date of the Symposium. Please send the approval email from VCF to SAC@intellitrain.biz as proof of eligibility for VCF funding when submitting your application through the Symposium website www.intellitrain.biz/SAC2015/
Updates on The College of Teachers, UK
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
We have received an update from The College of Teachers (TCOT), UK, the professional educational institute for teachers in UK which accredits our College’s Diploma in Learning Disorders Management and Child Psychology, Certificate in Learning Disorders Management and Language Development, and Certificate in Child Psychology and Counselling, is undergoing a major restructuring.
As such, all international institutional members’ centres, including our College, no longer accept applications for awards issued by TCOT.
However, our College’s programmes, as stated above, are still accredited courses by TCOT until 2016 when our accreditation agreement ends.
While we apologise for any inconvenience caused, our College is actively exploring credible sources for our programmes to be accredited.
For more information about TCOT, kindly visit The College of Teachers, UK.
Visit to Calvary Victory Centre, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
We visited Calvary Victory Centre at Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia with Mr Koh, our advisory board member. Established in 1998 to provide special needs education for children with autism, the centre started humbly with just two teachers and five students. With greater awareness on the importance of special education, the non-profit organisation saw a gradual growth in the intake of students, as well as staff. Besides providing education and training to autistic children, CVC also consists of an Autism Resource Centre, a Parents Support Group and a panel of paediatricians who are based in Johor, Malaysia. More about CVC is available on www.autism-cvc.com.
Visit to St. Andrew’s Autism Centre
Graduation Ceremony, Johor Bahru, Malaysia on 24 June
Graduation Ceremony on 25 August 2011
Information Sharing Sessions in Schools
- Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary)
- Anderson Secondary School
- Hillgrove Secondary School
- Bartley Secondary School
- Gan Eng Seng School
- Cedar Girls’ Secondary School
Articulation Agreement Signing Ceremony between College of Allied Educators and East Asia Institute of Management
Diploma in Psychology
East Asia Institute of Management (EASB)