In the month of September, register for any full Continuing Professional Development programmes and enjoy privileged rates*! Remember to register between 1 to 30 September to enjoy this one-time event!
*This privileged pricing is exclusively for Adult Education Network members and is not applicable for Primers (2-3 hour introductory programmes) or Community Outreach and Support Services (E.g. In Conversation with AEs).
These 6 principles enable TAE sector policy makers, leaders and educators to shift from a technicalised and decontextualized notion of ‘skill’ to understandings of ‘skill’ as embodied learning, identity development, deep understanding and knowing in practice. This conceptual framework aims to assist adult educators in thinking about how to design and facilitate learning holistically, so that doing and knowing are integrated.
The Singapore Skills Framework (SFw) is a powerful tool in the facilitation of manpower development. A key part of the national Industry Transformation Map, it serves as a common skills reference framework for a wide variety of industries. Learn how to improve front-end L&D productivity and design effective and relevant training programmes and materials through the application and use of SFw content and documents.
Effective adult education is dependent on the trainers’ ability to design and deliver content in a way that focuses on the learner. Design thinking is an approach to problem solving which encourages innovation with an emphasis on empathy. Using the GRASP methodology, learn the foundations of design thinking and discover how it can aid in creating learner-centred training and learning experiences.
9:00am - 5:00pm
In this programme, we share our expertise, principles and practices adopted when we shifted our programmes from a physical classroom setting to an online environment. SECRET, an acronym for Social Collaboration, Emotional & Physical Health, Cognition, Reflection, Economics and Technology, puts each principle together to add a valuable dimension to online learning that encourages learner interaction and engagement.
4 days (28 hours)