Asian International College – India (AIC-I) caters to a market that is high demand and price-sensitive, offering Certificate to Diploma programmes that are flexible in delivery, innovative in design and, most importantly, affordable for a practitioner or aspiring ECE professional. A fully digitised curriculum can be offered completely online, face-to-face, or some combination thereof, harnessing the power of web-based applications to create authentic learning environments that truly prepare learners for life as ECE professionals.
- International Certificate in Infant and Toddler Care
The International Certificate in Infant and Toddler Care (ICITC) introduces learners to key theories & effective practices in relation to infant & toddler care based on internationally- accepted standards. This program is essentially for new or expectant parents, and caregivers, equipping them with the skills & knowledge they need to confidently nurture the children in their care. The program is also an entry point for those interested in career working with infant & toddler.Download Brochure Register
- International Certificate in Fundamentals of Early Childhood Education
(Suitable for those interested in a career working with young children, particularly in an international school setting)
The International Certificate in Fundamentals of Early Childhood Education (ICFE) is specially designed to enable preschool assistants to play a valuable role in guiding children's positive behaviours through developmentally-appropriate environments, classroom interactions, stimulating activities and meaningful experiences.Download Brochure Register
- International Certificate in Education for Preschool Professionals
(Suitable for preschool professionals looking to progress their careers, particularly in an international school setting)
The International Certificate in Education for Preschool Professionals (ICEPP) is designed for the 21st century learner. Key theories and effective practice in early childhood care and education (ECCE) are discussed using a scenario based approach, applying internationally accepted standards, to simulate what will likely happen in reality.Download Brochure Register
- International Certificate in Education - Preschool Teaching
(Suitable for individuals wishing to become a preschool professional)
The International Certificate in Education – Preschool Teaching (ICEPT) is designed to equip learners with the essential knowledge and skills required to teach in preschools, drawing upon Singapore's widely recognised achievements in setting international standards for educational excellence. Programme participants will be exposed to established and emerging theories in early childhood education and their application.Download Brochure Register
- International Diploma in Education - Preschool Teaching
(Suitable for existing practitioners looking to progress their careers)
The International Diploma in Education – Preschool Teaching (IDEPT) is designed to equip students with requisite knowledge and skills to transfer child developmental theories into practice and apply them to design a learning environment that meets the needs of child development. The programme draws upon Singapore's widely recognised achievements in setting international standards for excellence in early childhood care and education.Download Brochure Register
- Professional Development Certificate -The Latest Thinking on Child Development
Classrooms sometimes look similar regardless of the age of the child. However, early childhood education is more than just preparation for elementary school.
The needs of preschool-age children are unique and different from the needs of children who are both older and younger than them. Child development is the study of how and why children develop their thought processes, patterns of social behaviour and emotional reactions.
If you are interested in ensuring that your classrooms cater to the unique needs of young learners, this one month course. You will learn how children grow and develop through the early childhood years across the four domains of development – physical, cognitive, social and emotional. You will also learn some key theories of child development, and how to apply these theories of child development in your work. By the end of this module, you will be able to make changes to your classroom that will make it more appropriate for the developmental needs of your learnersDownload Brochure Register
- Professional Development Certificate - Early Identification and Early interventions for Special Learning Needs
What can I do if the child is not learning!
Have you come across children who seem to be behind their peers academically? When observed carefully you would notice that some of these children not only lag behind academically but, could also have problem with making friends, articulating their thoughts and taking part in physical activities. These scenarios are not uncommon to educators.
However, sometimes, we are not sure how to go about dealing with such issues as educators. And, when these are not dealt well in early years they could become main cause of creating learning gaps as children grow. What can an early childhood educators do in such cases?
This module is for early years educators in mainstream schools who are interested in helping children learn with special learning needs.The module provides an introduction to early identification and intervention among children with developmental delays . It will provide insights into how being alert about developmental milestones can help parents and teachers to take appropriate action to expedite learning. You will also become familiar with different areas of child development and the kinds of early interventions that can be done with a child who is reaching milestones slowly. You will learn about planning for children with special needs and communication with parents.Download Brochure Register
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