How do I search for a student care centre?
You can do an online search for a student care centre that suits your requirements. Visit the Student Care portal. Under ' List of Registered Student Care Centres ', click on the 'Search' button for a full list of Student Care Centres registered with MSF.
Can MSF reject a centre’s application to become an SCFA administrator?
c) Notwithstanding anything in these terms and conditions, MSF may in its absolute discretion, reject a Centre’s application to be appointed an SCFA Administrator, or revoke a Centre’s SCFA Administrator status in writing, without notice. d) The Centre may, by written notice to MSF, relinquish its appointment as an SCFA Administrator.
How to file a SCFA refund to MSF?
i) A copy of the refund bank transfer, a detailed list of students in the " SCFA Refunds to MSF (to be filled in by SCCs) " and the hardcopy letter/email should be filed for audit purposes. 3. The Ministry has also published a set of guidelines for operators running SCCs.
What is the SUG deposit for MSF students?
SUG Deposit (equivalent to one month’s fees) shall be held by MSF and disbursed to the SCC if the student withdraws without providing 1 month’s notice). The SCC deducts the Subsidy against the SCC monthly fees.
What is SCFA in education?
The Student Care Fee Assistance (SCFA) scheme helps eligible families by subsidising the children’s student care fees. The amount of subsidy will depend on the type of Student Care Centre that the child attends as well as the household income.
Why are SCCs important?
School-based SCCs provide an important form of care service to school-going children outside school hours in a familiar and safe environment. School-based centre also strengthens care provision and supervision as the children go directly from their classrooms to the SCC within the school, reducing students’ absenteeism and chances ...
Basic e Course
This online course is a key component of the full hands-on Basic RiderCourse, but can also be completed as a stand-alone program without enrolling in a hands-on course. Graphics and videos illustrate the lessons to help you understand principles of motorcycling and determine whether motorcycling is right for you.
The best place to start once you've made the decision to ride. Covers the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles and helmets are provided for your use.
Street Strategies e Course
The Street Strategies e Course is for riders who already have some experience and focuses on street/traffic strategies. It is similar to the MSF Basic e Course, but basic learn-to-ride and motorcycle controls content is omitted and overall course time is reduced by nearly half.
Basic RiderCourse 2 - License Waiver
For riders who already have basic skills. Similar to the BRC except speeds are higher and you should be on your own motorcycle. An excellent refresher course for practicing and renewing riding skills. Includes an informal classroom component for discussing safety concepts based on past riding experiences and current knowledge.
Basic RiderCourse - Small Group
This Basic RiderCourse option consists of a smaller class size (fewer than 12 riders on the range during the riding portion of the course). Opportunities for specialized, rider-specific coaching are increased.
Basic RiderCourse - Skill Practice
Basic RiderCourse – Skill Practice is a half-day on-cycle program consisting of BRC riding exercises. It is designed for riders to practice their basic skills, whether or not they were successful in the regular BRC. There is no formal classroom instruction. Motorcycles and helmets are provided for your use.
Basic RiderCourse - Formal Remedial Training
This program is for novices who require additional instruction outside regular, in-course Basic RiderCourse remedial opportunities. It consists of range exercises from among Level I and II range exercises. No formal classroom is required unless segments of the BRC classroom were not completed. Motorcycles and helmets are provided for your use.