Training Our Helpers

Our Filipino Partner

Our partner agency in the Philippines has been in the business for over 20 years. Deploying domestic, child, elderly and health care workers in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Canada.

With a philosophy of a fair, honest and legal deployment similar to ours, we are very pleased to be working together. We work hard to ensure the right worker, for the right employer with the right training and skills.


Training Philosophy

The basic principle of our training is to be prepared for real world situations.

We train our candidates to be prepared for what they would possibly face during their employment.

Training for your job

The true value of training is demonstrated in the real working environment. We make sure that our training is as close and relevant to your working environment as possible. The experience of our trainers, our flexibility, and dialogue with our workers are important tools.

Balance of theory and practical

Our training consists of both hands on practical as well as theory lessons. Every candidate is given a notebook for their own note taking during classes, the candidates are expected to carry their notebook to their place of employment for reference. Trainers go through these notebooks to ensure notes and points are accurate and to be sure candidates understand the lesson.


  • Instruction & Discussion
  • Demonstration
  • Return Demonstration
  • Feedback on how they are perform

Peer Teaching Approach – to repeatedly do the training activities until they master them

Training Course

We offer 2 types of training: Basic and Specialised

Basic Course

The syllabus is based on the basic and 4 core competencies of the  Training Regulations of the Domestic Work prepared by the government agency Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and the industry workers. TESDA is mandated to manage and supervise technical education and skills development in the Philippines.

Basic Competencies:

  • Professionalism
  • Stress Management
  • Protecting the Employer
  • Safety in the Workplace
  • Financial Management
  • Dealing with People
  • Do’s and Dont’s in Singapore
  • First Aid

4 Core Competencies

  • Clean Bedroom, Living Room, Bathroom & Kitchen
  • Wash and Iron Clothes, Linen and Fabric
  • Prepare Cold and Hot Meals/Food
  • Provide Food & Beverage Service

A practical test is conducted after the completion of each of the basic and core competencies.

As an additional knowledge/skill, we conduct a 2-day session on Chinese cooking. Some of the dishes taught:

  • Egg Dishes (Sunny Side-up, Scrambled Egg, Omelette and Steamed Egg with Minced Pork)
  • Stir-fried Vegetables
  • Stir-fried Chicken with Ginger
  • Steamed & Fried Fish
  • Fried Rice & Noodles

Specialised Course

Specialised Course is for candidates that are deployed to homes with newborn, elderly or the medical care needs.

Baby / Child Course:

Session 1:   Protecting the Baby and Child

Session 2: Providing Healthy Sleep to Baby/Child

Session 3: Cleaning the Crib

Session 4: Preparing Milk and Feeding the Baby/Toddler

Session 5: Cleaning and Sterilizing the Feeding Bottles

Session 6: Identifying the Proper Diet for Babies/Toddlers/Children

Session 7: Lifting and Holding the Baby

Session 8: Taking Vital Signs of Baby/Child

Session 9: Bathing a Newborn Baby

Session 10: Diapering the Baby

Session 11: Promoting Hygiene Practices in Children

Session 12: Playing with the Baby/Child

Session 13: Reading for Baby/Child

Elderly Care Course 

Session 1:   Understanding the Elderly

Session 2: Using Assistive Devices

Session 3: Transferring the Elderly from Bed to Wheelchair (Vice-Versa)

Session 4: Administering Medication toElderly

Session 5: Feeding the Elderly

Session 6: Taking Vital Signs

Session 7: Bathing an Elderly Ward

Session 8: Changing the Bed Linen

Session 9: Doing Basic Physio Exercises