Tharman: The Skills Future credit can be used for broad range of courses approved by govt agencies.
Tharman: We need time to develop quality offerings in our Skills Future landscape.
Tharman: Top-ups will be spread out.
Tharman: Regular top-ups after that.
Tharman: Singaporeans 25+ will receive initial credit of $500 in 2016.
Tharman: We will roll out enhanced internships in two-thirds of polytechnic courses and one-hal of ITE courses over the next two years. More details by MOE.
Tharman: We will iimprove internships in our institutes of higher learning to make them more structured and meaningful. Help... get internships abroad.
Tharman: We will scale up career counseling services at WDA.
Tharman: We estimate that spending on continuing education from $600 million average over the past five years to over $1 billion from now until 2020.
Tharman: Whichever the field we are in or the job we do, we must attain to achieve expertise and mastery.
Tharman: No one can honestly tell what we will do a decade after school.
Tharman: new types of educators and trainers including industrial practitioners.
Tharman: SkillsFuture will involve new modes of learning like short courses, modular workshops, online courses.
Tharman: Every Singaporean can take the Skills Future credit.
Tharman: Skills Future credit which every Singaporean will receive.
Tharman: Skills Future marks a major new phase of investment in our people.