Upon registering your interest, we will set an appointment for our BeBOTS Clinical Assessment to be conducted by our external Clinical Consultant. There will be discussion with parents/caregivers and students, a report and briefing included as part of the Assessment - Interested persons will be required to pay for the BeBOTS Clinical Assessment.
Where the Assessment recommends that the proposed student be accepted as a BOTSquad member, we will enrol the student.
There will be a one-time Enrolment Fee and refundable Security Deposit per BOTSquad member.
All BOTSquad members are required to wear the BeBOTS T-Shirt as our official uniform. This may be purchased from BeBOTS Hub.
There will be follow up assessments conducted approximately once every six months to determine the progress of each BOTSquad member.
Young adult autistic individuals who have undergone our BeBOTS customised qualification assessment are then accepted into our eQUIP non-working program and upon successful integration and further assessment, will progress onto our eXPERIENCE working program. Those who join us will be known as our BOTSquad members.
eQUIP will focus on soft job skills and character building in three broad areas of Literacy, Creativity & Wellness – coaching our BOTSquad members in subjects such as Art & Craft; Functional Maths; Functional Social Literacy; Cooking & Food Preparation; Fitness & Wellness and other future skills that we plan to add on. eXPERIENCE will allow our improving BOTSquad members to ease steadily into a controlled experience workforce. Its on-the-job training. We develop this work environment within the Hub through our business ventures. Currently we are developing businesses in Microgreens cultivation & supply (“BeBOTS Green”), Coffee brewing & bottling (“BeBOTS Brew”) and an e-Commerce site as the primary sales channel (“BeBOTS Stores”).
Functional Social Literacy (English)
Functional Social Literacy refers to the practical skill sets needed in reading and writing for real-life purposes to enable people to function effectively in their community. This program will allow our Squad members to polish their social skills and basic literacy needs for communication as well as interaction.
Our BeBOTS Functional Math program focuses on fundamental math and calculation skills that are needed to live independently. It includes number concept, money, time and measurement skills. Basic mathematics knowledge is essential in daily life - from telling time, buying groceries, reading schedule to cooking, converting measurements and much more. This is an essential programme for our Squad members to progress to on-the-job training.
Arts & Craft
Arts & Craft activities allow our Squad members to explore a total sensory experience, creativity as well as their curiosity. It boosts their perseverance so that they do not give up easily on the things they do. Hands-on activities enable our Squad members to indulge in the process through self participation, active involvement and teamwork.
Cooking & Food Preparation
The art of cooking is tremendously important in our daily lives; whether at home or anywhere we are required to independently live. It is of great importance to understand every aspect of cooking. Squad members will develop and improve their attitude towards being in the kitchen and ultimately working together as a team, to learn an important skill, to improve on their concept of independence and to strive towards achieving an end product.
The main objective of fitness training is to maintain a healthy living regime and to promote wellness and safety amongst our Squad. This together with the right diet helps to decrease the risk of illness, improve muscle strength and endurance and helps our Squad members to stay energetic. We will occasionally join our cooking and fitness program to develop more wellness awareness. This fitness program will present a holistic outlook to our Squad members in their daily routine.
Social Interactive Activities
The establishment of healthy relationships within our Squad is vital as our young adults need consistent emotional and mental support while facing various challenges in the process of transition into adulthood. Proper social support and empathy will allow for our Squad members to comfortably seek for help and advice from their peers and trainers while promoting resilience within themselves.
Simplified process flow of each step will be created – roles will be rotated to allow for Squad members to familiarise and obtain a full understanding of the businesses
If any students are unable to join us as full BOTSquad members, we can offer them an opportunity to join the individual Soft Job Skills Program classes as casual members.
Similarly to joining BeBOTS as a full BOTSquad Member, all casual members will be required to undergo our BeBOTS Clinical Assessment to be conducted by our external Clinical Consultant. There will be discussion with parents/caregivers and students, a report and briefing included as part of the Assessment - Interested persons will be required to pay for the BeBOTS Clinical Assessment.
Where the Assessment recommends that the proposed student be accepted as a member, we will then be able to accept the student as a casual member.
There will be a refundable RM500 security deposit collected per casual member.
All casual members are required to wear the BeBOTS T-Shirt as our official uniform. This may be purchased from BeBOTS Hub.