Enrol for SkillsFuture Credit-eligible Courses to Elevate your Career

by Pace Staff Singapore Pace Academy

Enabling the Singaporeans to build their capacities and knowledge, the Government of Singapore has come up with SkillsFuture Credit-eligible courses. These are created to nurture talent and boost employability of the citizens of the country.

Such skills-based programmes provide a fantastic opportunity for the learners to update themselves. These programmes are mainly targeted for Singaporeans, who are 25 years and above. The credit amount of S$500, offered to the citizens of Singapore, by the central government, enable the learners to pay the fees of SkillsFuture courses.    

This initiative of the government to help the learners fund their course fees and nurture their potentials, has been acknowledged and highly appreciated by many organisations across the world. The endeavour is taken up by the government to foster skills development and promote career progression. This movement basically focuses on deepening skill sets and sharpening the knowledge of the learners.

By offering the funds to the learners, the government takes the financial pressure off from the shoulders of the course-takers. The participants need not worry about paying the course fees, with the funds, grants and subsidies offered by the government. This encourages the learners to pursue skills-centric training and learning programmes.       

SkillsFuture courses are even more important nowadays because today's marketplace is a highly competitive one. Enhanced knowledge is important to establish credibility and improve employability. These courses will enable the learners to develop a customer-centric approach and a positive work attitude. Classes and workshops, offered during SkillsFuture programmes, help the participants maximise their skills and sharpen their core competencies. 

Today, Singapore is dotted with reputed academies and training institutions which provide SkillsFuture courses for the career-minded individuals. Some of the subjects on which SkillsFuture courses are offered are mentioned below:  

·         Digital Media: A professional programme on Digital Media concentrates on the razor-edge digital media software, tools and technologies in the industry today. While pursuing the programme, candidates get a chance to sharpen their knowledge on web app development, designing, SEO, email campaigns, display marketing, blogging, SEM strategies, lead generation techniques, mobile app development, content generation, analytics, and more.   

·         Finance: A course on Finance mainly deals with strategies and solutions related to finance management, financial analysis, bookkeeping, accounting, banking, and even corporate finance. Candidates get a deeper insight into investment management, smart investment options, asset valuation, and a lot more. 

·         Data Analytics: A course on Data Analytics includes transforming, collating and modelling data to gather valuable business decisions and statistics. It trains the students with the methods to evaluate massive data sets. It also allows the students to increase their understanding on data mining, big data sets and data retrieval techniques.  

·         Cyber Security: It is highly important for every company to ensure that its cyber security systems and protocols are very strong. And to maintain cyber security policies, organisations need highly skilled and specialised workforce in this field. The need for cyber security courses, therefore, arises and students who wish to build their career in this field take up these courses.

The afore-mentioned SkillsFuture courses help the candidates brush up their knowledge and dexterity. This enables the learners to stay updated with the newest job-related skills.  

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