Group 13
Group 19

*Please note that the deadline for registration is 3 days before any workshop.

Group 15

Yes, you can! There are some positions that welcome those without prior training in Early Childhood, and are serious about making a career switch to the sector. Look out for positions under the Place-and-Train scheme. Under the Place-and-Train scheme, you will be sponsored for your course and receive monthly salary during the course duration. If you are new to the sector, we would also like to encourage you to attend our webinars where you can hear first-hand from the existing educators what it is like working in the early childhood sector.

While preschools operate from 7am to 7pm, most preschools would typically have shifts for their teachers. The opening shift would start at 7am and end earlier while those on the closing shift would start later and end at 7pm. Interested applicants can check with the preschools on their shift arrangements for teachers.

Most preschools would operate half-days on Saturdays. As the number of children attending the preschools on Saturdays are generally fewer than normal weekdays, staff may not be required to work on all Saturdays (e.g. for some preschools, the teachers are required to work only on one Saturday per month). As the arrangement varies from one preschool to another, you may want to check with the preschools directly on this.

Below is a list of resources you can refer to better understand a career in the early childhood sector:

Shape Our Tomorrow is a website that is specially created for jobseekers who are exploring a career in the early childhood sector.

Visit the [email protected] portal for inspirational stories, practical tips, useful resources, and updated news from ECDA and the early childhood sector.

You can also follow ECDA on Beanstalk Singapore Facebook and Instagram for more updates!

Group 120

Yes, you can! There are some positions that welcome those without prior training in Early Childhood, and are serious about making a career switch to the sector. Look out for positions under the Place-and-Train scheme. Under the Place-and-Train scheme, you will be sponsored for your course and receive monthly salary during the course duration. If you are new to the sector, we would also like to encourage you to attend our webinars where you can hear first-hand from the existing educators what it is like working in the early childhood sector.

While preschools operate from 7am to 7pm, most preschools would typically have shifts for their teachers. The opening shift would start at 7am and end earlier while those on the closing shift would start later and end at 7pm. Interested applicants can check with the preschools on their shift arrangements for teachers.

Most preschools would operate half-days on Saturdays. As the number of children attending the preschools on Saturdays are generally fewer than normal weekdays, staff may not be required to work on all Saturdays (e.g. for some preschools, the teachers are required to work only on one Saturday per month). As the arrangement varies from one preschool to another, you may want to check with the preschools directly on this.

Below is a list of resources you can refer to better understand a career in the early childhood sector:

Shape Our Tomorrow is a website that is specially created for jobseekers who are exploring a career in the early childhood sector.

Visit the [email protected] portal for inspirational stories, practical tips, useful resources, and updated news from ECDA and the early childhood sector.

You can also follow ECDA on Beanstalk Singapore Facebook and Instagram for more updates!

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