25 July 2018
About 22,000 Singaporeans have received advice on skills training to boost awareness of SkillsFuture initiatives.
For example, recently, officials from 15 government agencies and organisations such as the Ministry of Health and the Monetary Authority of Singapore were at the Wisma Geylang Serai building to help residents understand new SkillFuture initiatives.
SkillsFuture is a national movement to provide Singaporeans with the opportunities to develop their fullest potential throughout life.
SkillsFuture aims to help individuals make well-informed choices in education, training and careers, develop an integrated high-quality system of education and training that responds to constantly evolving needs, promote employer recognition and career development based on skills and mastery, and foster a culture that supports and celebrates lifelong learning.
The SkillsFuture Advice for Individuals workshops, which started last October, provide information about skills, training and job opportunities.