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Continuing Professional Education (CPE)

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About CPE

The Continuing Professional Education (CPE) is a training programme started in 2012 by the Asatizah Recognition Board (ARB) to enhance the professionalism and to inculcate a culture of continuous learning and development of asatizah under the Asatizah Recognition Scheme (ARS). Asatizah are required to attend CPE programmes as a pre-requisite for renewal of ARS accreditation. Muis works closely with partners such as Pergas to offer a wide range of religious content and skill courses to enable asatizah to confidently play their role in building an inclusive nation.

 

Objectives

The CPE aims to fulfil the following objectives:

 

Requirements

The CPE requirements vary according to the two tiers: 

Islamic Teacher Quranic Teacher
30 CPE credit hours in three years
15 CPE credit hours in three years

 

Exemptions

The following may be exempted from the CPE requirements:

  • Full-time students in undergraduate or post-graduate Islamic Studies programmes (required to produce letter of acceptance from university);
  • Those aged 65 years and above;
  • Those with long-term medical treatment (with official hospital documentation); or
  • Any other reason deemed fit by the ARB

Asatizah who wish to seek CPE exemption are required to submit the relevant documents to ARS@muis.gov.sg. For more information on ARS policies, please click here.

 

CPE Guidebook

Download the latest version of CPE Guidebook.

 

 

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Join our Telegram channel for the latest development on CPE, including content sharing, course updates and more. Scan the QR code below to join or click the link: https://t.me/ARS_CPE

 

 

Contact Us

For any enquiries on Continuing Professional Education (CPE):

Email    : CPE_ARS@muis.gov.sg

For general enquiries, we will reply within 5 working days. For complex enquiries where we need time to conduct further checks and investigation, we ask for your patience and understanding if we take a longer time to respond.