Curriculum and practices for preparing learners from school to work: What works?

29 Jun 2022 02.00 PM - 04.00 PM Virtual Alumni
Organised by:
Centre for Research and Development in Learning

Young adult learners are facing a VUCA post-pandemic world driven by technology, increasing interconnectedness and dynamic interdisciplinary learning environments. How should IHLs prepare its graduates adequately for working life and to move smoothly into employment?

Join this webinar that aims to discuss current educational policies, research and practices for reconsidering goals, curriculum models and pedagogic practices aligned with providing quality educational experiences for integrating work and curriculum.


  • Assoc Prof Renée Tan
    Director, Research Division, Institute for Adult Learning

  • Prof Stephen Billett
    Professor of Adult and Vocational Education, School of Education and Professional Studies, Griffith University

  • Asst Prof Wilson Goh
    Asst Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University
    Director, PhD Programmes, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
    Director, Biomedical Data Science Graduate Programme
    Co-Director, Centre for Biomedical Informatics
    Head, Good Research Practice Office

  • Dr Anthony Leow (NIE/2004)
    Assistant Director (Capability & Industry), Republic Polytechnic