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

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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 push to re-skill workers and save jobs in an uncertain climate. Speaking at a forum that kicks off SkillsFuture Month, Education Minister Ong Ye Kung says such programmes have been as crucial as the national reserves in helping workers tide over the COVID-19 crisis. CNA's Deborah Wong reports.

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

17 Jul 2020 10:47pm
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 push to re-skill workers and save jobs in an uncertain climate. Speaking at a forum that kicks off SkillsFuture Month, Education Minister Ong Ye Kung says such programmes have been as crucial as the national reserves in helping workers tide over the COVID-19 crisis. CNA's Deborah Wong reports.

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