Tat Suan Koh, Director of Learning Innovation, Campus Division at Singapore Workforce Development Agency will be sharing his insights into promoting a sustainable learning culture in the workplace.
The session will cover how organisations can effectively use supporting funding schemes to continuously develop career growth, how to promote independent and team workplace learning initiatives across departments and how to effectively implement SkillsFuture into existing L&D programs.
to view the full conference schedule and reserve your seat at the masterclass online. Early Bird discounts apply to registrations made before Friday 21 April.
The Learning & Development Masterclass will be held at the Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay on Wednesday 24 May.
With initiatives such as SkillsFuture and other nationwide learning programs underway, it is important for HR professionals to educate individuals to take advantage of existing programs for continued career growth.