Co-curricular and enrichment activities instructors need to register with MOE
Instructors offering co-curricular and enrichment activities to schools will be required to register with the Ministry of Education, MOE.
The ministry says the registration aims to help schools better assess the suitability of instructors in conducting the co-curricular and enrichment activities.
From January next year, schools will only engage the services of instructors who are registered with MOE in six areas.
These range from coaches to those who are contracted to conduct school-based co-curricular and enrichment activities for duration of least 20 hours per contract.
They can apply to register with MOE from March the 19th this year.
All applicants will be notified by email on the outcome about six weeks after their application.
Instructors' registered status will be valid for two years.
Instructors not covered under the listed areas will need to register under a second phase.
More details on implementation of the second phase will be released in the last quarter of 2014.
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