SkillsFuture Series

The SkillsFuture Series is a series of industry-relevant training programmes that focus on emerging skills which SkillsFuture Singapore Agency (SSG) has identified. There are currently eight emerging areas which SSG has selected under the SkillsFuture Series.

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According to SkillsFuture Singapore, the new initiative aims to equip working adults with specific skills sets to meet changing job demands in the eight emerging areas, enabling them to stay relevant and competitive for the future. Individuals will gain access to quality industry-relevant programmes starting with over 400 courses catered at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

More on our courses

NTU-FTA Series - Enterprise Blockchain

Blockchain has gone from the esoteric underpinning of Bitcoin to a hyped-up technology that businesses in every sector believe could have a transformational effect. Many enterprises are now heavily investing in blockchain applications.

Data Science for Biologists

This course aims to equip students with basic data science skills. In biology, data is growing exponentially, thanks to advancements in -omics platforms.

Lasers and Optics for Smart Manufacturing (I4.0) - Current Practices and Future Prospects

This short course will introduce the importance of 3D printing and also educate the potential roles played by new generation lasers to 3D printing landscape.

Accounting and Finance for Advanced Manufacturing

Advanced Manufacturing – the use of advanced technologies in manufacturing – has not only enabled factories to produce more technically sophisticated products, but also allow them to adjust their production more flexibly.

Statistical Programming in R

By the end of this course, students should gain a basic understanding of programming fundamentals, and deploy this in both the design and implementation of computer algorithms.

3D Printing of Medical Devices and Tissues for the Future of Healthcare

Rapid development of the technologies can be seen in various biomedical applications from low risk devices to high risk implants and even bioprinting of tissues.