Get to Know Some of The Commonly Asked Questions on SkillsFutureby Pace Staff Singapore Pace Academy
Upskilling is necessary if you want to sustain long in the job market. With the help of SkillsFuture programme, you can get the most out of professional training from a reputed organisation. The programme is open students in Singapore who are inclined towards finance, marketing or even maritime courses.
Here are a few questions people often ask about the SkillsFuture programme.
How can I be a part of the programme?
You can follow the official website of the SkillsFuture and then register for the courses.
What is the way to find if a course is included in the SkillsFuture list or not?
It is easy because the official website comes with user guide and blog post which has answers to all your questions.
Can I request other courses to get added to the list?
No, you cannot. The courses are already prescribed by the Singaporean government, and you can only take up the enlisted courses.
Are you worried about the credit?
• Make sure the course is enlisted under the programme by visiting the official website www.skillsfuture.sg/credit. When you find the course, it is time to register for the training from a well-reputed institute in Singapore. Several institutions are dealing with upskilling courses. Make sure you pick the right one.
• Make the payment at the payment gateway of the training institute and download an e-receipt of the same.
• Visit the official SkillsFuture portal again and claim for the course.
• Please wait for a few days. It takes a few days to verify the claim and then the money gets reflected to your bank account. You can stay a bit relaxed and soon join the course with the help SkillsFuture Credit.
You should remember one thing that at times the courses’ names can get changes. If you are unable to receive the reimbursed money out of the SkillsFuture Credit account because they were unable to trace the course, then try to contact the official support team.
The SF series of courses come with 3 proficiency levels. Try to go through them.
Basic: In this level students get introduced to the fundamentals of the courses. This level is needed for starters or professionals who want to take the next leap to a fresh course.
Intermediate: This is the second phase where trainees go to a multifaceted level of knowledge. This is for the adult learners who already have basic knowledge of the courses.
Advanced: The third or the final stage is the advanced stage where the students are prepared for more complex issues. This level of training is given to the ones who have already gained proficiency in a domain and want to accelerate their skillset further.
If you have a zeal to learn and want to take your career further, then you can opt for SkillsFuture programme. The courses are self-paced, and you can learn, taking your own time. They are blended and has a touch of theoretical as well as practical knowledge. The mentors from industry can prepare you with seminars, group discussions and presentations.
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