SkillsFuture for Digital Workplace
Digital Literacy for PMETs
Technological change is exponential. We won’t experience 100 years of progress in the 21st century. It will be more like 20,000 years of progress.
RAY KURZWEIL – Futurist and Director of Engineering, Google
Rapid digital disruption and technological change can feel intimidating, confusing, and challenging. SkillsFuture for Digital Workplace is a two-day interactive and engaging learning experience designed to cultivate learning agility and improve digital confidence.
Acquire digital skills essential for you to tap into new opportunities brought about by the digital transformation of the economy. Equip your team with the mindset of learning which is key to successful change management.
SkillsFuture for the Digital Workplace covers the following subjects:
Learn How to Create
Explore how technology is being used to solve problems today. Learn how to meet the needs of others around you by exploring new ways of doing things and using the language of possibility.
Learn How to Connect
Explore the challenges and opportunities of the future economy and learning and how to collaborate using technology. Try useful digital tools that can help both at home and at work.
Learn How to Be Safe
Learn about common cybersecurity threats and some practical steps to protect yourself from online threats. Experience the importance of preventing identity theft and practicing good cyber hygiene.
Learn How to Learn
Explore how to increase your learning agility and develop a proactive mindset to enjoy and participate in the excitement of technological change.
This course is for
PMETs with some basic digital skills who may not be confident working with new technologies and digital platforms. Applicant should possess basic literacy and numeracy as well.
September 17 & 18, 2018 (Registration opens on August 7)
9AM – 6PM (2 days)
ROHEI Campus | 80 Jurong East Street 21 #05-01 Singapore 609607
|Singaporean / PR (incl. of GST)*||$50|
|NTUC Union Members Singaporean / PR (incl. of GST)^||$10|
*After SSG funding.
^NTUC Union members are eligible for NETF Funding.
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