Stories By Imelda Saad
119 Sep 2014 Fri
The Workforce Development Agency has said e-learning is still an untapped resource, in the country's push towards a culture of lifelong learning.
218 Sep 2014 Thu
Mr Goh Chee Koh has been appointed as the Adviser to Hougang Grassroots Organisations (GROs), and Dr Kee Wei Heong will be Adviser to the Aljunied GROs for Kaki Bukit.
317 Sep 2014 Wed
The ethos of cherishing the knowledge and passion behind such mastery, no matter what the job, is crucial as Singapore progresses, said Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam.
415 Sep 2014 Mon
Such programmes particularly benefit those looking to switch to growth industries, and helps to meet the needs of industries facing critical labour shortages such as the healthcare sector.
514 Sep 2014 Sun
Polytechnics are gearing up to play a larger role in support of the CET framework, as Singapore's 10-year Continuing Education and Training (CET) masterplan undergoes a major review to keep pace with economic changes in the country.
612 Sep 2014 Fri
It is part of an expanded collaboration between the Community Development Councils and the Law Society.
709 Sep 2014 Tue
MPs show support for ASPIRE Committee's ideals but some expressed concern about the message the Government is sending with regard to university degrees.
808 Sep 2014 Mon
The Remote Gambling Bill, introduced in Parliament on Monday (Sep 8), will help define and prohibit gambling activities via communication platforms, so as to protect young people and those vulnerable from being harmed or exploited.
908 Sep 2014 Mon
Senior Minister of State for Home Affairs Masagos Zulkifli said the rise in the number of online scams reported in the first six months of the year could be due to greater public awareness and willingness to report such crimes.
1002 Sep 2014 Tue
Using just a drop of blood, researchers can run tests to detect the mosquito-borne disease within minutes. This new technique can be done at a very early stage, before the critical stage of the disease takes shape.