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How to Take Advantage of AIC’s Guaranteed Job Opportunity

Teaching early education is a rewarding career for individuals wanting to make a positive impact in the lives of young children. If you’re looking into early education as a career option, now is the perfect time to take advantage of Asian International College’s (AIC) guaranteed job opportunity.

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A career in early education gives individuals the chance to teach kids when they are most open to learning. Asian International College offers students a variety of course options designed to prepare them for a promising career in early education.

Our programmes provide students with comprehensive skills and practical experience. As one of Singapore’s leading Early Childhood Care & Education (ECCE) institutes, AIC offers students the opportunity to progress from a Certificate to a Diploma in both Mandarin and English. Now is the perfect time to enroll in a course. Part of the Skillsfuture subsidies, AIC courses provide Singaporeans up to S$500 toward becoming or enhancing your skills as an early educator. Not only that, but AIC certificates start as low as S$1,000, a huge savings for anyone interested in starting a new career at a significantly discounted price.

Whether you are an in-service teacher or a new professional to the industry, you will be able to find a course suited to your career aspiration.

The Fundamentals Certificate in Early Childhood Care and Education (FECCE) programme enables preschool assistants to support preschool teachers in managing a classroom and supervising children 18 months to four years of age. Graduates of the FECCE programme would pursue a Higher Certificate in Infant Care to become a certified educarer/infant teacher.

The following programmes are accredited by the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA):

The WSQ Higher Certificate Infant Care (WSQ HCIC) for educators supervising children two to 18 months, this course focuses on caregiving, appropriate learning experiences, and developing stimulating environments for infants and toddlers.

WSQ Professional Diploma in Early Childhood Care and Education (WSQ PDECCE) equips preschool teachers with the skills and knowledge for effective teaching and curriculum planning.

The WSQ Advanced Certificate in Early Years (ACEY) is for educators supervising children two months to three years.

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Early Childhood Studies (BA ECS) degree focuses on training students to become reflective, confident, and competent early years practitioners. Students gain an in-depth understanding of factors that impact the lives of young children and their families.  

The Early Years Development Framework (EYDF) enhances the quality of care and development of children two months through three years. Childcare personnel use the EYDF to effectively to support the overall development of young children at childcare centres.

CS-CSV-204E-0: Support Children/ Students With Special Needs enables the student to acquire skills and knowledge to effectively support children/students with special needs in early childhood education centres, primary schools, student care centres and disability service centres.

Guaranteed Job Opportunity

The job market is very competitive, which makes finding employment after graduation very challenging. Hiring managers generally have a large selection of qualified candidates to choose from to fill their positions. That’s why it’s important to be able to leverage resources and partnerships that can assist you with your job search.

This is where AIC can help.

Individuals interested in obtaining a certification, diploma or degree in early education can take advantage of AIC’s network of partnerships. As a leading college for early educators, AIC provides students with quality education and training. But more importantly, students have the added value of Asian International College’s guaranteed job opportunities. Qualified students are placed at a prestigious education centre under Busy Bee where they learn hands-on, real world applicable skills. Working at a centre provides students with real life experience that prepares them for the realities of the job. Qualified students who meet the criteria have passed all prescribed modules and practicum and fulfill all requirements for graduation.

Interested individuals can enroll at an upcoming roadshow or career fair in June 2018, with school and course intake scheduled for July and October 2018. Graduation takes place in August. Visit AIC Course Offerings for detailed course descriptions, fees, and enrollment instructions.