TVET would strongly benefit from being industry-led, not by bureaucrats Crafted by industry, curriculum would be more relevant, costs cut by half
Applications open for digital & traditional businesses seeking transformation Cost is fully covered by Alibaba Business School, weekly assignments given
Subsidiary Knowledgecom Pte Ltd sells 30% stake for S$300k Tap shareholders’ expertise to expand in Singapore & potentially, SEA
Platform focuses on soft skills, vocational or technical skills and entrepreneurial skills.
Global Architecture, Engineering and Construction firm talks a mean digital Has digital plan with one year targets, revised annually to give flexibility
Arguably the most successful academic turned entrepreneur in the country, Dr Abu Hassan Ismail likes to break things.
One key way to face the disruption businesses are facing today is by retraining and upskilling their people to become more data savvy users, says the recently retired CFO of Axiata Group.
One in two ICT professionals in Singapore feel the need to equip themselves with additional skills to compete in the fast-paced ICT sector, according to the Singapore Computer Society’s annual Infocomm Media Industry Survey.
Having seemingly secure code and the right security measures is not enough for a strong security stance if proper training is not implemented, writes David Sajoto of Ixia.
Find your niche, deliver value, never give up, and develop your people if you want to be great, says CGP graduate Vincent Lee Hong Fay of Wavelet Solutions.