Toilet training is often a challenge to many parents and caregivers. In this course, we help parents understand factors that affect toilet training, such as the child’s readiness, emotionality or even developmental factors that may restrict or delay such training. You’ll learn to identify where the child is in his or her current toileting needs through gathering and analysis of data. This is followed by the identification of a best fit in the timing to begin toilet training with consistency and eventually when the household is ready to support the toilet training programme.
By the end of the programme, you’ll be able to:
Amount Payable $10.00 per pax (before GST and after CTG funding)
*Full Course fee of ($85.00) is subsidised if your child is a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident with a disability certified by a Singapore‐registered doctor. The subsidy is subject to the balance in the care recipient’s Caregiver Training Grant, which is capped at $200 per year, for each financial year. 100% attendance is mandatory.
In the event an individual who is not eligible for funding signs up and pays the funded course fee, RCTC reserves the right to bill the outstanding amount (unfunded portion). RCTC's decision will be final.
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