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Find A Satisfying Career Path with Adult Education Diploma Programmes

by Pace Staff Singapore Pace Academy

In order to increase competency and brush up expertise, the Government of Singapore has come up with skills-based training programmes and adult education diploma courses. The purpose of these courses is to help the candidates enhance their industry knowledge and acquire essential skills.

These courses help you develop your critical thinking power and management skills. They allow you to deepen your knowledge and improve your core competencies. Some of the subjects on which you can pursue your adult education diploma are:    

·                    Entrepreneurship

·                    Big Data

·                    Sports

·                    Digital Marketing

·                    Accounting

·                    Software Development

·                    Journalism

·                    Law

·                    Information Technology

·                    Human Resource

etc. 

Keeping in mind the present industry requirements and the competitive job sector, these aforementioned courses are created. The courses enable the learners to expand their job-based skills, acquire credentials and step up their professional graph. The training programmes also help the students sharpen their professional abilities, step up employability, make smooth career transitions, and support themselves in this rapidly-changing work environment.

The professional development opportunities, offered to the students, through these training courses, allow them to qualify for high-paying jobs. Students get to know of the newest tools and technologies, essential in this fast-evolving job market. They become familiar with result-driven business solutions and strategies. They learn about the most trending industry news and products.

The lecturers, providing these programmes, are business experts and industry giants. Therefore, the training and the guidance which they provide are updated and absolutely relevant to the current market scenario. Students, work under the able guidance of the lecturers. They get the opportunity to participate in team-based activities and projects. The participants also work in close association with highly experienced trainers, which broaden their professional expertise.

 In fact, the trainers engage the learners in research-based activities and assignments, which enable the learners to dig deep for detailed information and statistics. This not only improves the research skills of the candidates but also develops their intellectual skills, critical analysis, time and resource management abilities and data handling. 

 Some of the high-impact training methods such as presentations and video, are also used for training the adult learners. Cutting-edge technologies such as the above, enable the participants to retain and remember better. For instance, when the participants are made to receive training through video, it helps in: 

·                    Increasing their motivation

·                    Developing their interest for deeper learning

·                    Enhancing team-spirit

·                    Creating resources for future cohorts to use

 Interactive learning activities such as group discussions and debates, organised for the participants, further improve their communication skills and reasoning powers. By engaging the students into group activities, the trainers help the students build their confidence and get rid of their fear of public speaking. This prepares them for a vast gamut of job roles in the future.   

 In a nutshell, these courses are accessible and all-inclusive programmes which enable the participants to secure their future. Under the expert guidance of the course-trainers, the students get to build their networking skills and efficiencies. So, go ahead and register for adults education courses and map out a strong career path for yourself. 


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Created on Sep 12th 2018 02:23. Viewed 171 times.

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