This course aims to introduce concepts of early childhood development and care for children aged 0-8. The course introduces various prominent child development theories to better understand the application of positive strategies and practices that best support a child’s growth and development. The course covers relevant research on how children learn in terms of brain development, language acquisition and the importance of play.
Participants are encouraged to develop and demonstrate the values and best practices of early childhood care and to demonstrate the various necessary skills of quality care for young children. Also, it aims to equip participants with practical strategies, skills and practices to connect with families, early childhood educators, and the general public, in their role as dedicated caregivers and advocates for safeguarding the rights of a child.
01/10/2019 - 30/09/2022
At the end of the course, participants should be able to:
1. Demonstrate a variety of skills in performing a range of child care tasks with practices based on broad knowledge about the importance of fundamental early childhood development theories.
2. Employ a range of responses to well defined, but sometimes unfamiliar problems and demonstrate related skills and attitudes that support individual child growth and learning, with a strong emphasis on positive attachment and respectful and responsive care.
3. Access, organise and evaluate information independently about the role of caregiving practices, draw conclusions on the importance of their implementation and demonstrate these skills and practices while carrying out self-directed activities under guidance.
4. Use a range of intellectual skills to make generalisations in familiar contexts to evaluate the importance of the advocacy role of caregivers in safeguarding the rights of a child.
Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education
2 Tin Wan Hill Road, Aberdeen
(One installment only and to be settled upon submitting the application)
9 Jul 2021 (Fri)
1. Please prepare the following documents:
a) Completed application form (download application form here), and
b) Cheque or proof of payment for tuition fee (One installment only and to be settled upon submitting the application), and
c) Copies of academic certificates
2. Submit all of the above documents via the following channels:
a) By mail (based on the postmark date):
Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education
2 Tin Wan Hill Road, Tin Wan, Aberdeen
(mark ‘CPD’ on the cover)
b) by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Pay by cheque
Payable to Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education Limited
2. Pay by bank transfer (through ATM or online banking)
Bank Name： Hang Seng Bank Limited
Account name: Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education Limited
Bank account number: 024-239-558778-001
Bank address: Shops 9-10, 1/F, Tung Ning Building, 251 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong.
SWIFT BIC: HASEHKHH
3. Pay by cash or EPS on campus in person
This course has been included in the list of reimbursable courses under the Continuing Education Fund and eligible students can apply for tuition subsidies from the government. Please contact our college for enquiries on eligibility and the application process.
1. Eligibility Criteria
a. Hong Kong residents who have the right of abode or the right to land or to remain in Hong Kong without restriction.
b. Upon successful completion of the CEF reimbursable course and paid-up tuition fees on a monthly instalment basis.
c. Candidates aged between 18 and 70.
d. Applicable to CEF reimbursable courses that bear the CEF logo.
2. Guidance Notes
a. Application form and relevant documentary proof can be provided to applicants who has successfully completed the CEF reimbursable course, applicants should submit all kinds of relevant documents to OCEF.
b. The maximum entitlement for new applicants is HK$20,000. For applicants who have opened CEF accounts before 1 April 2019, they are eligible for claiming the additional HK$10,000 subsidy and the unused balance (if any) of the original subsidy of HK$10,000. The co-payment ratios by learners (i.e. the percentage of fees to be borne by learners) for the first HK$10,000 subsidy is 20% of the course fee* and that for the second HK$10,000 subsidy is 40% of the course fee.
3. Reimbursement Procedures
The application must be submitted within one year upon the successful completion of the course. Late applications will not be accepted. The completed application form [SFO 313 (2020)] with certification by institution / course provider together with copies of supporting documents [Hong Kong Smart Identity Card, documentary proof of course fee paid, documentary proof that the applicant has successfully completed the CEF reimbursable course, documentary proof of passing the specified benchmark test / examination, benchmark test / examination fee receipts (if applicable) and the front page of the applicant’s bank passbook or bank statement showing the name, account number and bank name / bank code] should be submitted to OCEF:
a. Mail to Office of the Continuing Education Fund (Units 07-11, 25/F., CDW Building, 388 Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong)
b. Applicants may also place their applications in the drop-in boxes located at 12/F Cheung Sha Wan Government Offices
4. Form & Download
Continuing Education Fund Reimbursement Application Form
For any enquiries, please contact (852) 3977 9877 or email to email@example.com.