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24-09-2019 06:37 PM
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Any age limit to be ITE lecturer?

Hi,
Is there an age limit to which ITE will accept lecturers? I am nearing 50 but felt my calling to teach young adults with my wealth of experience. I am willing to take a paycut but am not confident that ITE will accept me due to my age.
03-09-2019 04:04 AM
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Are there any strict restrictions certs and physical presentation?

Hi,

if diploma and degree are from private institutes, will i still have a chance to apply for a lecturer role? Both certs are not relevant to the course i am looking to apply, but iíve been in the industry for about 8 years.

Is ITE strict on physical presentation for lecturers? Not talking about tattoos but more on hair length, hair color etc

I am not going for high paying job, but rather will like to teach and share my experience with the students there. I am also an ITE student in my younger days.
20-06-2019 12:24 PM
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Which part of the person's statement are you making a counter argument?

The person didnt say that the increment or promotion is terrible, just that the job isn't as well paid per hour as it was years ago.

Now close to 6k means yearly increase 20%, it would be nice to unpack how you achieved this for us to learn the right attitude and ability to be so successful.
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The salary is very low and the working hours bad after the recent adjustment. Usually 12 hours of work and under 4k salary. They started aggressively targeting people with minor experience like 2-3 years.
the current ITE Poly Scheme (IPS) scheme is the same for Poly and ITE, if a person join ITE or Poly for the pay then he better don come in to teach.

as he mentioned staff with minor experience like 2-3 years, i will assumed they drawing 3.8k ("since is under 4k") with an avg of 17mth/annual = 64.6k / 12 for around 5.38k/mth, i think is a very good salary already for a 2-3 years exp lecturer.

to give u some perspective:
IPS 8 - 5660 (min) 7800(max)
IPS 7 - 4900 (min) 6800(max)
IPS 6 - 4240 (min) 5870(max) - entry with more exp
IPS 5 - 2800 (min) 5300(max) - entry lecturer
20-06-2019 09:45 AM
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Which part of the person's statement are you making a counter argument?

The person didnt say that the increment or promotion is terrible, just that the job isn't as well paid per hour as it was years ago.

Now close to 6k means yearly increase 20%, it would be nice to unpack how you achieved this for us to learn the right attitude and ability to be so successful.
How old are you? 30?
20-06-2019 03:09 AM
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Think base on your experience should be offered about 5.5-6k as a lecturer.
Teach in ITE is not only pay good, most of the girls are hiao hiao and easy type, easy to date and can piak piak young girls age around 16 to 18, extra perk!
16-06-2019 04:16 PM
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how to apply for ite part-time lecturer in early childhood sector

Hi all,

Does anyone have info on entry qualification and exp required for ITE part - time lecturer job in early childhood sector.

Thanks
14-04-2019 01:37 AM
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I believe it is not fair to just judge based on this.
I also got hired 3 years ago on ax5, converted to ips6, promoted to ips 7 this year. It is really about your work attitude and ability.
Now salary close to 6k.
Started with 4k also.
Which part of the person's statement are you making a counter argument?

The person didnt say that the increment or promotion is terrible, just that the job isn't as well paid per hour as it was years ago.

Now close to 6k means yearly increase 20%, it would be nice to unpack how you achieved this for us to learn the right attitude and ability to be so successful.
13-04-2019 09:51 AM
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They take forever to call, my friends waited 6 months for call and 2 months to get hired. The salary is very low and the working hours bad after the recent adjustment. Usually 12 hours of work and under 4k salary. They started aggressively targeting people with minor experience like 2-3 years.

In your first year they expect you cannot take any leave due to their training. Their HR is retarded and cannot get their act together. My friend took leave to get married, then approved and all, then was told of the training being finalised 1 month before and threatened him to go training or risk his employment. So he had to cancel the long leave just get married n fly back. He planned an overseas wedding.

Another friend reached the stage of salary negotiation, he said negotiable please offer a reasonable number. They insist he give a number... So he said Xxx negotiable please tell me if it's beyond your range. Next day rejection letter arrived. This is not professional HR practices..

Annual package is OK though, about 17 months for average performer but work no less than 10 hours daily.

A lot of lecturers resigned due to the adjustment as they have wealth of industrial exp.

It's a good place to gain experience as a teacher ( not transferable to lecturer skills though, its seriously title wrongly n the whole industry knows)

I believe it is not fair to just judge based on this.
I also got hired 3 years ago on ax5, converted to ips6, promoted to ips 7 this year. It is really about your work attitude and ability.
Now salary close to 6k.
Started with 4k also.
12-04-2019 01:00 PM
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Any one can advise the procedure for recruitment for ITE?
Usually recruitment is done before school semester start?
Any training thereafter if recruited?

Usually, need to wait up to 4 weeks to hear from them?

Thanks.
They take forever to call, my friends waited 6 months for call and 2 months to get hired. The salary is very low and the working hours bad after the recent adjustment. Usually 12 hours of work and under 4k salary. They started aggressively targeting people with minor experience like 2-3 years.

In your first year they expect you cannot take any leave due to their training. Their HR is retarded and cannot get their act together. My friend took leave to get married, then approved and all, then was told of the training being finalised 1 month before and threatened him to go training or risk his employment. So he had to cancel the long leave just get married n fly back. He planned an overseas wedding.

Another friend reached the stage of salary negotiation, he said negotiable please offer a reasonable number. They insist he give a number... So he said Xxx negotiable please tell me if it's beyond your range. Next day rejection letter arrived. This is not professional HR practices..

Annual package is OK though, about 17 months for average performer but work no less than 10 hours daily.

A lot of lecturers resigned due to the adjustment as they have wealth of industrial exp.

It's a good place to gain experience as a teacher ( not transferable to lecturer skills though, its seriously title wrongly n the whole industry knows)
12-04-2019 11:53 AM
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Lecturer Application

Any one can advise the procedure for recruitment for ITE?
Usually recruitment is done before school semester start?
Any training thereafter if recruited?

Usually, need to wait up to 4 weeks to hear from them?

Thanks.
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