Importance of Industry-Relevant Courses for Career Growth

by Pace Staff Singapore Pace Academy

Due to the rise in completion in various sectors, industry-relevant courses are much in demand in the present market scenario.

When companies are hiring people during this critical time, they are not just interested in past work history but looking for something more than that. Employers are searching for professional certification, which talks a lot about a candidate. The training during professional life is an extended help towards career advancement. It improves competency, commitment towards the work, and out of the box domain knowledge.

The certificate gives the confidence to the interviewing company that the candidate will be able to perform under extreme pressure.

Reasons for enrolling in a digitalisation course

  • The courses are designed keeping in mind the present and future industry requirements and provide in-depth knowledge of the underlying technology
  • You are not left with just one type of skill, but more gets added to your previous domain skill. They help in making your work simpler and communication better
  • The courses include practical training. The practical knowledge helps a trainee to understand a subject from the core. The knowledge gets reflected at the workplace
  • Train the students on various aspects related to the subject he/she has taken up during the course
  • The detailed knowledge gained during the training duration helps in performing real-world responsibilities. There are short assessments to assess your capabilities and progress
  • If you are switching from one domain to a completely new domain, these professional courses can be a great help in providing you with prior work knowledge so that you stay job-ready

There are several other reasons which might let you register for an industry-relevant course in Singapore. When they find themselves stagnant in their career in Singapore, most professionals tend to switch to a different domain.

The growth is constant for all professionals if they have the tendency to learn lifelong. Some developers with old school skills can now easily make a name in the field of Blockchain Development. The subjects which are included for training have industry relevance and provide job hunters with a fast-growing career.

These programmes help the adult learners to get rid of the course fee burden and pay off easily. Some of the programmes are as follows:


It is a national movement to provide Singaporeans aged 25 years and above opportunities to develop fullest potential throughout their lives. Most of the courses are approved under the SkillsFuture Credit where individuals can offset the remaining balance of the funded courses using this credit facility. You must remember one thing that you cannot use this amount for buying things or encash at any point in time.

SGUnited Skills Programme

This is a recent programme launched during the pandemic. Many people lost their jobs due to the high impact of slowing down of businesses. There are some sectors which are still operating slowly and inviting new people. The SGUnited Skills Programme is giving all the job seekers the opportunity to reskill and upskill themselves for the vacant positions. The courses which are listed under the programme get over within six months to a year. The best thing about these courses is that an additional training allowance of $1,200 per month will be given to trainees throughout the course duration.

Due to the lucrative benefits offered by the training institutions for the mid-career professionals and also fresh graduates, more and more people are taking admission for the courses. One thing that stays in common for all the courses is the best-in-class mentors to guide the students.

If you want to train yourself for the future industry, then industry-relevant courses are the best thing that can help you after your tertiary education.

Sponsor Ads

About Pace Staff Advanced   Singapore Pace Academy

5 connections, 0 recommendations, 129 honor points.
Joined APSense since, November 18th, 2015, From Singapore, Singapore.

Created on Dec 23rd 2020 05:40. Viewed 384 times.


No comment, be the first to comment.
Please sign in before you comment.