SKILLSFUTURE

SKILLSFUTURE

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  1. 1,300 signups for more than 113 courses under SGUnited Skills programme | Video
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    1,300 signups for more than 113 courses under SGUnited Skills programme | Video

    About 1,300 people have signed up for over 110 courses offered under the SGUnited Skills Programme, which started in July. It's part a nationwide ...
  2. Raffles Place - phase 1 circuit breaker

    1,300 signups for more than 113 courses under SGUnited Skills programme

  3. BIG READ old workers

    The Big Read: The job struggles of some middle-aged Singaporeans, as Government sends more help their way

    Workers in their 40s and 50s today face greater job insecurity due to Singapore’s ongoing economic restructuring efforts to raise skills and ...
  4. Next phase of SkillsFuture emphasises need for work-relevant courses: Ong Ye Kung | Video
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    Next phase of SkillsFuture emphasises need for work-relevant courses: Ong Ye Kung | Video

    The next phase of SkillsFuture emphasises the need for courses to be relevant for trainees and their work as Singapore seeks to raise ...
  5. Schools gear up for increased demand in anticipation of SkillsFuture Credit top-up | Video
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    Schools gear up for increased demand in anticipation of SkillsFuture Credit top-up | Video

    Some schools are ramping up courses and places for adult learners to prepare for an expected increase in demand for programmes, after the ...
  6. Engaging workers through continuous learning
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    Engaging workers through continuous learning

    Chevron Oronite and Ramada and Days Hotels by Wyndham Singapore are equipping workers with new digital skills to meet rapidly evolving customer needs.
  7. Budget 2020: More SkillsFuture Credit to help middle-aged workers | Video
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    Budget 2020: More SkillsFuture Credit to help middle-aged workers | Video

    To support Singaporeans to continue learning, Government will provide a one-off SkillsFuture credit top-up of S$500 for every Singaporean aged 25 ...
  8. Upskilling themselves, then mentoring others to a brighter future
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    Upskilling themselves, then mentoring others to a brighter future

    Rude comments from a customer spurred Mr Hoon Thin Leong to continuously upgrade his skills. Helping to look after his paralysed father inspired ...