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Kota Kinabalu Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KKCCCI) is proposing a 3-acre building to be built into the ECCE Satellite Hub in Sabah. DIKA College will be the JV partner and training provider under this EPP. A total of 1,000 pre-service and 1,500 in-service private preschool teachers and 1,000 child minders will be trained from year 2012 – 2017 by this new satellite ECCE hub at Sabah.

Newly-built ECCE College

3-acre building is to be built to gain momentum specialized in ECCE training as the regional “hub“.

Facility with dormitory, conference hall, training rooms, retail shops (children products), enrichment centre, lab preschool, childcare center and café, etc.

Accredited by MQA.

Provide all programs, including non-training activities.

Key outcomes of the EPP / KPIs
• A total of 1,000 pre-service and 1,500 in-service private preschool teachers and 1,000 child minders will be trained from year 2012 – 2017 by this new satellite ECCE hub at Sabah.
• KKCCCI will assure and provide scholarship (RM10 million) for the total 500 new preschool teachers in 5 years. What needs to be done?
• Support from the Government for the scholarship of RM10 million for 1,000 student for a period of 5 years)
• Tax exemption for public that are contributing/donating (private sector) for the scholarship fund – mid size companies Key Challenges
• License Application to MOHE/MQA to conduct ECCE program at KK
• Getting business licenses approval from Local Authority in Sabah in a quick and timely manner Mitigation Plan
• PEMANDU (NKEA Education Team) and local authorities to speed up the application process


 
Student Dormitory
College
• Lecture Hall
• Computer Room
• Library
• Tutorial Classroom
• Resource Center
• Micro Teaching Room
• Counselling Room
Multi-purpose
Activity Hall
Experimental Child
Care Center

Entry Point Project for Sabah  : EARLY CHILD CARE EDUCATION CENTRES

1. Rapid Scale-Up/Ramp-Up
• Build additional 288 high quality private preschools and capture untapped early childcare market in strategic districts in Sabah - Private sector to step-up and support delivery of NKRA targets for preschool and contribute to increasing enrolment to childcare centres up to match developed country norm

2. ECCE Training Centres
• Build physical training centres in Sabah with conference and teaching & researching facilities anchored around lab childcare centres, preschools and other institutions
 

• Provide pre-service (diploma and certificate) and in-service teacher trainings, materials and aids, conferences and consulting service to targeting local/ global market to 3,500 preschool teachers
 

 


The number of private preschools have increased across all divisions in Sabah...

 


Malaysia has the following
higher education opportunities
for secondary students:

1
20 Public Universities
2
4 Foreign University Branch Campuses
3
33 Private Universities
4
500 Private Colleges
5
24 Polytechnics
6

Kindergarten
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TADIKA YUK CHIN

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Level 1: Pre-School Education (for Age 4-6)


Malaysian education systems developed from British education systems. An education from kindergarten until high  education.

The first level is kindergarten for children  age 4 to 6 years old. After kindergarten this children proceedto primary school. until they reach 12 years old.

Primary school started from year 1  (age 7) to year 6(age 12).

In year 6 they will be going through a civil exam "UPSR". Ujian Penilaian sekolah rendah (UPSR)  assessment test.

After sitting this test then they will advance to Middle school.

Introduction

Pre-school education is part of Malaysian education system governed by the Education Act 1996. Children generally begin their education in pre-schools / kindergartens between four to six years of age. Pre-school education is aimed at providing children with a strong foundation in the acquisition of communication, social, and other skills in preparation for primary schooling.

In order to enhance the access of pre-school education to all children regardless of race and religion, especially in the rural areas, the Ministry of Education is aggressively expanding pre-school programmes in government schools for children aged 5+ with additional classes and well-trained teachers to lead the classes. The Ministry also provides pre-school classes for children with special needs such as hearing and vision impairment.

Providers of Pre-school Education

Pre-school / kindergarten education is for children aged between four and six years. The providers are found throughout the country and are operated by government agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) as well as private sectors. The major government agencies that offer preschool education are the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Rural Development (KEMAS), ABIM, the State Religious Department and the National Unity Department.


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