CPE REG NO: 200908934N
(01-11-2023 to 31-10-2027) (65) 6567-9078



Course InformationCourse FeeCourse Admission CriteriaCourse IntakePromotion and Graduation Requirements

Course Objective:

The Postgraduate Certificate is designed to focus on the development of knowledge, skills and understanding in the key aspects of teaching and training for the 21st Century. As a continuum of the Postgraduate Certificate, the modules enable teachers, trainers and educators to examine their assumptions and beliefs in teaching, understand the multi-facets interface of interactions between the teacher, students and learning environment, the complexities of individuals’ readiness, interest and learning dispositions that affect learning outcomes and to engage critically with thinking visibly, differentiation of classes, concept based teaching and other strategies in teaching.

As the participants develop their skills and knowledge through research, evaluation, role play and material adaptation, they will become reflective educators who are innovative and are equipped for teaching and training in the 21st century.

In the Certificate, the participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Critically review learning theories to help them understand and develop their own professional practice and learners’ learning.
  • Design lessons and materials that meet curriculum and learners’ needs.
  • Evaluate strategies used to facilitate the learners’ learning to help them progress and achieve learning outcomes.
  • Evaluate teaching methodologies and their effectiveness in classroom management and students’ learning.
  • Analyze how formative assessment guides instruction and monitor the learners’ progress;
  • Evaluate their own professional practice, classroom management, lesson delivery and their impact on learners and their learning.

Course Modules:

PGCET101. Education in the 21st Century and Pedagogy in Education

PGCET102. Classroom Management and Teaching Methodologies

PGCET103. Assessment and Feedback and Educator’s Professional Development

PGCET104 Practicum (Industrial Attachment)

The manner of Teaching:

Lectures tutorials and project assignments will be conducted within Trinity International College.

Mode of Assessment 

Assignment and Presentation

Group work project/ Presentation

Individual Teaching

Assessment of Performance in Teaching (APT)

Learners’ Reflection Book


Full – time 
3 Months Studies + 3 Months Industrial Attachment

3 Months Studies (Total 180 Hours), Face-to-face

Monday – Friday
3 Hours daily

Average Teacher-Student Ratio:
1: 37


3 + 3 Full Time

(3 Months Studies + 3 Months Industrial Attachment)

(Monday – Friday 3 hours daily)

Course Fees Amount Payable
Tuition Fee $ 3,300
FPS Insurance $ 180
Medical Insurance $ 120
Course Material Fee $ 250
Assessment Tests $ 150
Course Fees Payable $ 4,000
Goods and Services Tax (9% GST) $ 360
Total Course Fees Payable (Inclusive of GST) $ 4,360


Miscellaneous Fees (Non- Refundable)
International Student Application Fee $ 457.80
Course Application Fee for Non-Student Pass Holder
$ 65.40
Student Pass Issuance Fee $60 and Entry Visa $30 (Payable to ICA) $ 90
Application Fee for Student Transferring from other schools / Student Renewal Fee $ 87.20
Course Transfer Fee
$ 30
Banker’s Guarantee $ 187 – $412
Medical Check-up (Payable to Clinic) Approximately $ 45
Late Payment Fee $ 109
Re-Examination Fees $ 109

Course Admission Criteria

Entry Requirement
Minimum Age Minimum 18 years of age
Academic Level Degree Qualifications of any Discipline
Language Proficiency

A minimum Grade of B4 in English Language for GCE ‘O’ Level or regional equivalent, or at least IELTS 6.0 or CEFR B2 or pass the English Proficiency Test at equivalent level conducted by Trinity International College (with a score of at least 60%).

English proficiency may be considered to have been met and an IELTS score may not be required if applicant possesses a Diploma/Degree qualification where English was the sole medium of instruction.

All applicants are subjected to the School’s assessment of eligibility for entry into the programme.


To be updated 

Promotion and Graduation Requirements


The learners will need to fulfill all of the following to graduate and be awarded the Postgraduate Certificate in Education and Training:


1. Attendance Requirement:
(i) 90% for all learners who are under student pass (STP);
(ii) 75% for learners without STP;


2. Pass all modules, including the Industrial Attachment (IA) module;


3. Course fees all fully paid;