Registration Closing Soon: Disability Training Courses
Other Featured Short Courses in Early Childhood Interventions and Managing Disabilities
New courses in 2023
- Work with Early Intervention Teachers and other Professionals to provide a Safe and Secure Environment in Child-care setting.
- Implement Health, Safety, Nutritional and Hygiene Standards and Procedures in the Protection of Children in Child-care setting
- Provide a Safe and Healthy Physical Environment for Children in Child-care Setting
- Use of Client-Assessment Form (CAF-R) for Adult Disability Services
Certificate/ Diploma/ Degree Programmes:
Check out the full list of SSI’s Disability courses here..
Meet our Featured Adult Educators!
Ms. June Tham-Toh Syn Yuen
June was the Executive Director of Rainbow Centre before she retired in 2014. She holds a Master of Education, Diploma in Management Studies, Certification of Achievement in Outcome Management: Train-The-Trainer, Early Childhood Intervention, Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication Handicapped Children (TEACCH) and Advanced Certification in Training and Assessment (ACTA). She was one of the two pioneer scholars from Singapore to have successfully completed the “Strategic Perspectives in Non-Profit Management” Programme in July 2008 at the Harvard Business School (HBS).
Ms. Linda Prebhash
Linda is a Principal Trainer & Consultant with Rainbow Centre Training and Consultancy (RCTC). She has been in the special education sector since 1988 and her experience in various capacities enables her to provide a holistic perspective in conferences at Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region. She is trained in the Treatment and Education of Autistic and other Related Communication handicapped Children (TEACCH). Besides this, she also serves as a volunteer on the Board of Special Olympics (Singapore) which she has been actively involved in for over 22 years. She believes that through sports, persons with special needs can learn life skills that goes beyond the achievement of athletic abilities.
Prof. Emeritus Trevor R. Parmenter
Trevor is the former Director of the Centre for Disability Studies (CDS). He held the position of Foundation Chair of Developmental Disabilities within the Faculty of Medicine and is an Honorary Professor in Education with the Faculty of Education and Social Work as well as an Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Health Science at the University of Sydney (UniSyd). He is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Rural Medicine at the University of New England (UNE). His international academic standing in the field of developmental disability is marked by his former appointment as President of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IASSIDD) as well as his role as a Board Member of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disability (AAIDD).
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