NUS SGUnited Skills Programme
The NUS SGUnited Skills programme is intended for professionals who have been affected by the economic impact of COVID-19. It is a full-time training programme designed to help jobseekers acquire and apply industry-relevant skills to improve employability. To facilitate transition to employment as and when job opportunities are available, the NUS SGUnited Skills programme is delivered through stackable Professional Certificates and other bite-size online courses.
Trainees will receive a training allowance of $1,200 per month from SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) for the duration of the programme, in order to cover their basic expenses. Course fees are also subsidised by SSG, and trainees can use their SkillsFuture Credit to offset the remainder of the course fees (after subsidies, for example, a 6-month programme has a net fee of $500). For more information, please visit SSG’s website.
NUS will provide career-related webinars and connect trainees to government agencies and relevant employers to help them in their job search. However, NUS cannot guarantee job placement at the end of the programme even though it will make the utmost effort to support trainees in their job search.
Learning Pathway and Description of Common Programme Structure*
The sequence of the learning pathway for NUS SGUnited Skills programme is as follows.
In the first month of NUS SGUnited Skills programme, all participants will take a common Professional Certificate in Human and Automated Managerial Skills. In the second month, participants will move into their respective tracks in Data and Artificial Intelligence Literacies (DAIL). From the third to fifth month, participants will take up sector-specific Professional and Technology Literacies (PTL) training. All programmes will conclude with 1-4 months of project work.
Human & Managerial Literacies (HML)
This aspect of the programme focuses on building participants’ competencies in interconnecting systems, machines and people so that he/she can make sense of complex information, communicate with colleagues and clients, and make adjustments quickly.
Digital and Artificial Intelligence Literacies (DAIL)
This aspect of the programme focuses on building participants’ competencies in understanding, analysing and using information from digital tools and artificial intelligence appropriately to aid them in their work.
Professional and Technology Literacies (PTL)
This aspect of the programme focuses on building participants’ competencies in using up-to-date and relevant technology to enhance their effectiveness and productivity.
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