SKILLS & LANGUAGE COURSES for Foreign Domestic Workers (FDW)


Available Courses open to registration on Sunday, 23rd November, 10am-3pm:

    1. Beauty & Wellness: Facial Basic
    2. Beauty & Wellness: Holistic Body Massage
    3. Beauty & Wellness: Professional Make-up
    4. Beauty & Wellness: Nail & Eye Grooming
    5. Beauty & Wellness: Aromatherapy
    6. Beauty & Wellness: Facial Advance
    7. Hairdressing: Cutting 1
    8. Hairdressing: Cutting 2
    9. Hairdressing: Coloring 1 & 2
    10. Hairdressing: Perming 1
    11. Hairdressing: Advance Cutting, Coloring & Rebonding
    12. Dressmaking
    13. Music Appreciation (Guitar &/or Singing)

Caregiver, Computer, English & Small Business Enterprise courses:

Registration Date:     Sunday, 23rd November, 10am-3pm

Registration Venue:   No. 98 Hougang Ave. 8 S(538791) - Nativity church premises

Registration Procedures:
  1. Registration in person; no online or advanced registration.
  2. Please bring the original and a photocopy of your valid work permit.
  3. Course fees are $100 except $90 for English Language courses. 
  4. Additional cost includes school's vest of $15 and course materials/student starter kit from $20-$200 (depending on the course).
  5. Students will be required to sit for an English Placement Test for Caregiver, Computer, English Language & Small Business Enterprise course.


* Classes are conducted on Sundays only at the training centre at No.98 Hougang Ave. 8 S(538791) - Nativity church premises.

  1. Course Schedule (January to June 2015)
  2. Course Details
  3. Course Registration Details


      • Classes are on weekdays, 11am-1pm, in the classrooms at Immaculate Heart of Mary church at Highland Road.
      • New term will commence in January 2015.
      • Please refer to this site in December for the registration dates & procedures.


Welcome to the website of the Archdiocesan Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People (ACMI).

Appointed by the Catholic Archbishop of Singapore, ACMI's objective is to give migrants a sense of belonging and security through acts of compassion such as befriending, hospital visits, providing food and shelter, skills training, legal aid, information and referrals.

Our beneficiaries are foreign domestic workers, construction workers, students, foreign spouses, regardless of religion.

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