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Global technology giant IBM, and Singapore’s leading Continuing Education and Training provider NTUC LearningHub (NTUC LHUB), are working together to close technology skills gaps in Singapore and offering free courses in areas such as AI, Cloud and Data.

Singapore has been at the forefront in using technology to improve the lives of its citizens and the recent crisis has brought into sharp focus the need to accelerate the adoption of cutting-edge technologies and skills. We are excited to partner NTUC LHUB in the nation’s skills building efforts to drive the country’s journey towards innovation. Acquiring and developing these skills will be critical for businesses to change and adapt quickly in a post-Covid era and the timing of this collaboration is perfect.
Martin Chee
Managing Director, IBM Singapore
Our dream is to team up with great content providers and we will curate and democratise knowledge to our workers in Singapore. IBM has world-class expertise and steep vertical knowledge in areas such as Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing, and we are very excited to partner with them to build up Singapore’s digital capabilities. IBM’s cutting-edge courses will be invaluable in providing future-ready skills to pivot our workforce into Worker 4.0 as Singapore embarks on our Industry 4.0 transformation. We welcome more like-minded organisations to join us in this journey, so that we can emerge stronger together
Kwek Kok Kwong
CEO, NTUC LearningHub


The free courses have been developed in-house by IBM, leveraging their world-leading expertise in each field including:


Today’s fast-paced agile world needs alternatives to traditional framework and delivery. The agile methodology promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development, early delivery and continuous improvement. IBM helps organizations all over the world build agile capabilities and integrate agile frameworks and learnings into people, processes and operations.


Artificial Intelligence or AI has advanced significantly in the recent past. The field has experienced critical improvements, from processing power and computational efficiency to new insights into object identification, language and deep learning. IBM has been a front-runner in AI technology and has influenced several of these advancements.

cloud computing
Cloud computing impacts almost every aspect of the IT ecosystem. The cloud computing industry continues to evolve and mature rapidly. While cloud computing brings great opportunity, it can also introduce challenges for business leaders and IT departments. IBM’s cloud training and education can help you address challenges and leverage opportunities.

Blockchain technology provides the basis for a dynamic shared ledger that can be applied to save time when recording transactions between parties, removing costs associated with intermediaries and reducing risk of fraud and tampering. Every industry can benefit from this technology. Tap into IBM’s Blockchain education to learn how it can add value to your organization.

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As the number of smart devices increases, so does the threat to security. Cybercrime is a grave issue and can destabilize any organization. Businesses need to make significant investments towards protecting their data

Data Science
Data Science is a hot topic in the C-suites of today’s digital age. Executives leading digital disruptions recount tales of valuable insights uncovered through the application of Data Science to solve complex business problems.

Quantum computers can spur breakthroughs in science, medications to save lives, machine learning methods to diagnose illnesses sooner, materials to make more efficient devices and structures, financial strategies to live well in retirement, and algorithms to quickly direct resources such as ambulances.


Billions of devices are connected by the Internet of Things (IoT), bringing in billions of dollars in additional revenue and cost reductions for businesses. More and more organizations are investing in developing IoT. We are likely to see many breakthroughs in this space.


Keen on Virtual Live Classes?

NTUC LearningHub courses have gone virtual to allow you to learn in the comfort of your own home. View the full list of Virtual Live Classes (VLCs) available and find out how you can tap on training support and schemes to upskill today.

For more information about other services by IBM, please contact:
Ravi Nagarajan
Consumer Industry Leader - Singapore, IBM Global Business Services
Lee Hong Tan
Talent and Transformation Leader - Singapore, IBM Global Business Services