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Accelerate Your Professional Growth with Government-funded Courses

by Pace Staff Singapore Pace Academy

There is no doubt that upskilled candidates and workforce promise enhanced productivity and better performance. This is exactly why most companies prefer candidates who are specialised in a specific skill or are expert in a particular domain area. Keeping in mind the massive demand for talents across all industry segments, the Government of Singapore has decided to fund skills-based courses to help the workforce strengthen their professional expertise.

 These government-funded courses are designed to suit the professional requirements of learners from all sectors. The courses are developed keeping in mind the current business policies, systems, tools and strategies. This makes these courses highly relevant. These are formulated to give the students advanced learning opportunities and a competitive advantage over the others. They equip the students with skills which build confidence among the learners and help them work efficiently. Such courses help in deepening the knowledge of the learners and broadening their career scopes.      

 The courses also enable the participants to deal with their behavioural problems. For example, there are many who suffer from communication issues, pessimism, stress and panic attacks, during work. It is extremely important for such candidates to improve their interaction power, people management and remain calm during stressful work scenarios. Government-funded professional training courses enable the candidates to overcome all such limitations and strengthen their skills. On successful completion of such courses, candidates learn to deal with difficult people at work, and communicate effectively with stakeholders, customers, partners, managers, etc. Moreover, course-participants also learn to remain positive and constructive, no matter how challenging a particular situation turns out to be. 

 Students, pursuing government-funded courses, get a chance to undertake assessments, tests and regular examinations, which prepare them for future challenges. Regular tests and assignments, help the students dig into their subject and industry even more. In addition, small workshops, seminars, debates and other group-based activities, organised for the students during the course tenure, also enable the students to maximise knowledge and sharpen skill sets. Trainers run face-to-face workshops, which offer a hands-on experience for the learners and help the learners get a fresh perspective on how to deal with certain tools or situations. Group activities and projects, moreover, allow the participants to exchange ideas and opinions with one another. This broadens their knowledge and strengthens their communication skills. It also helps them build confidence and improves their reasoning power.

 Specially skilled candidates get to enhance their chances of employability and bag high-paying jobs. Successful completion of such certification courses provides the students a professional credibility. This gives them an edge over their peers who do not possess specialised skill sets. 

 In a nutshell, government-funded training programmes help students:

·         Qualify for high-paying jobs

·         Enhance their job security

·         Prepare for complex work situations

·         Improve their marketability

·         Boost their market relevance   

 Singapore is a great place to give a head-start to your career, since it houses some of the best institutes which offer professional courses, ranging from management courses, blended learning courses, and other government-subsidised programmes. Enrol yourself at a reputed institute to pursue your favourite course, and give your career that much-required edge.


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