What to Do During this Covid-19 Downtime? Try Your Hands at a New Skillset! - NTUC
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What to Do During this Covid-19 Downtime? Try Your Hands at a New Skillset!
24 Jun 2020Posted in ⟨LHUB News⟩
In the first quarter of 2020, Singapore saw a 23% increase in unique visitor index to training and higher advancement sites. If you are one of the learners seeking for upskilling and reskilling opportunities amid the Covid-19 downtime, look no further – NTUC LearningHub partnered with GO1, the world’s largest compliance, professional development and general training platform funded by Microsoft’s venture arm and SEEK, to offer learners completely free online courses nationwide!
Learners will gain access to over 100 handpicked courses from now till 31 September 2020, and NTUC Union Members will even be able to access an additional 200 handpicked courses curated into playlists with clear progression pathways for you to pick up a new skill quickly yet holistically.
The platform features free courses to build Adaptive Skills – such as Change Management, Business Management, Leadership and Innovation – and Technology Skills – such as Data Analytics, Programming, and Digital Marketing, to build the most in-demand Worker 4.0 skillsets.
Pressed for time or juggling multiple responsibilities amid the evolving environment? The courses will be offered in microlearning format ranging from nine minutes to seven hours. Select courses that interests you the most, learn at your own pace, track your learning progress, and even received personalised recommendations from the courses you’ve completed!
“GO1 stands ready to help Singaporeans by working with NTUC LearningHub to offer this suite of free courses. This is an example of how people’s needs, especially in times of distress, take centre stage. Singapore continues to display solidarity through its nationwide support and schemes, while local communities have shown acts of kindness through the countless charitable work towards the needy. GO1 is extremely proud to partner with NTUC LearningHub and we look forward to a long term and successful partnership,” says GO1 co-founder Vu Tran.
Our mission to make learning accessible to all workers will always guide the work we do, especially during changing times. We hope the online courses continue to make learning available anytime, anywhere, even when physical classrooms are out of reach during this period.
If you’re stuck in a rut or looking for change, gain new inspiration, knowledge, and skillsets through our online platform to kickstart your transformation journey today.
Visit https://ntuc.mygo1.com/ to register for a free account.