Make a positive impact as an Early Intervention Teacher


As an Early Intervention Teacher, your ability to make a positive impact in the lives of children with special needs will be second to none.
 
The Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC) provides therapy and educational support services to children with special needs. As an EIPIC teacher, you will be working with children aged below six who have one or a combination of the following:
  • Physical disabilities
  • Sensory disabilities
  • Development delays
  • Intellectual disabilities
Through the programme, these children will be equipped with fine/gross motor, cognitive, communication, social and self-help skills. As an EIPIC teacher, you will be playing a leading role in helping your young charges enhance and maximise their developmental growth potential while minimising the onset of secondary disabilities.  

Working together with parents and professionals at the centre, you will map out Individual Education Plans for each student, plan the class curriculum and conduct learning activities that will stimulate the students’ development and help them to be ready for mainstream school. 

EIPIC teachers are highly sought after. Projections show that about 60 additional EIPIC teachers will be recruited annually for the next few years.

Find out more about the EIPIC here

For a comprehensive list of EIPIC centres, please click here.
 

Do you have what it takes to be an EIPIC Teacher? 


In EIPIC, nothing matters more than having a genuine passion to bring about a positive impact on the lives of children with special needs.

You can immediately kick-start a career as an EIPIC teacher training if you have at least a GCE 'A' Level Certificate or local polytechnic diploma and above. 

If you have the passion for an EIPIC career but lack the relevant experience, do not fret. Upon placement into an EIPIC centre, you can look forward to a comprehensive and structured training and development programme, including: 
  • In-house training
  • In-house guidance and supervision
  • External courses at training providers such as the Social Service Training Institute
  • Advanced Diploma and Master's Degree programmes
Be at the frontier of early intervention education and shape young lives – explore EIPIC positions at our Job Portal today.
 

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