Shaping Singaporeans lifelong learning journey
PUBLISHED ON 02 Nov 2017
Two new SkillsFuture initiatives, MySkillsFuture portal and SkillsFuture Advice for Individuals, were launched to help Singaporeans enrich their career and personal development.

Unveiled on 29 October 2017 by Deputy Prime Minister and Coordinating Minister for Economic and Social Policies Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, the new initiatives will provide Singaporeans with both online and offline access to information about skills and training, as well as job opportunities.

MySkillsFuture, a one-stop portal, will enable Singaporeans to make informed learning and career plans at every stage of their lives. Each individual will have a personalised account for their learning and career plans, which can follow them through life.

For students, MySkillsFuture will be used as a resource to support Education and Career Guidance. They can use it to explore and discover different industry sectors and educational pathways through interactive tools. 

Meanwhile, SkillsFuture Advice for Individuals is a community outreach initiative to help Singaporeans understand the importance of skills upgrading and career planning. The initiative is targeted at all Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents. Participants of the initiative will learn more about current work and skills trends, and have the opportunity to develop their personal skills upgrading plan.

Image from: SkillsFuture SG Facebook