Practicum Module (6 hours – 3 sessions X 2 hours each)
The practicum module, supported by the Employment and Employability Institute (e2i), provides opportunities for artists to apply knowledge and skills they have acquired from the workshops in a classroom setting. In each session, artists will spend an hour interacting and teaching students with disabilities while supported by our trainer. Every session is followed by a debrief to reflect on key learning points.
By the end of the practicum, artists will be able to:
Reflect on success of strategies used in teaching and interacting with students with special needs
Review challenges when teaching and interacting with students with special needs
Develop an action plan focusing on areas for further development as art educators
Choose any set of practicum dates:
(Dates cannot be mixed across different sets)
Set A: 4, 11, and 18 May 2020, 9.30 am to 11.30 am (at Margaret Drive Campus)
Set B: 4, 11, and 18 May 2020, 9.30 am to 11.30 am (at Yishun Park Campus)
Set C: 4, 11, and 18 May 2020, 2 pm to 4 pm (at Margaret Drive Campus)
Set D: 5, 12, and 19 May 2020, 2 pm to 4 pm (at Yishun Park Campus)
Practicum Fee: $825.00 (before funding and before GST)
$247.50 (after funding and before GST)
Terms and Conditions
1. Registrants are not confirmed until they receive a confirmation email from RCTC.
2. Only artists who have completed all three SSI-RCTC workshops are eligible to sign up for the practicum module. The SSI-RCTC workshops are “Understanding Children with Special Needs”, “Interacting and Working with Persons with Disabilities” and “Adapting Programmes for Persons with Disabilities”.
3. Funding is for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents only. Artists must achieve at least 75% attendance to qualify for funding. 75% attendance is equivalent to 4.5 hours (out of 6 hours) in attendance.
4. Funding is strictly on a reimbursement basis only. Artists are required to pay the full fee of $825 (before GST) during registration. Within SIX (6) months upon completion of practicum, participants must submit documentation of at least ONE (1) paid assignment that involved their working with persons with special needs to RCTC to facilitate funding reimbursement.
5. Documentation may be in the form of a pay slip from the organisation that the participant has worked with, invoices submitted to the organisation by the artist, or an official letter/memo/email from the department head (or equivalent) of the organisation, stating the date of engagement and the amount paid to the artist by the organisation.
6. If the artist has an agreement with the organisation not to receive payment for the work provided and treat this as a donation to the organisation, an official letter/memo/email from the department head (or equivalent) of the organisation stating such an agreement and the monetary value of the work provided must be submitted to RCTC.
7. All submissions of documentation to RCTC are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
8. Upon receiving such documentation, RCTC and/or e2i reserve the right to perform authentication with the organisation. Funding reimbursement of $577.50 will be made to the artist after authentication.
9. In the event no document is received from the artist within 6 months after completion of practicum, no funding reimbursement will be made.
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