Upcoming Session

Innovating Sustainability - Transforming the Future


In this year’s Skills Demand for the Future Economy Report by SkillsFuture Singapore, the green economy was highlighted as one of the emerging and high-growth areas. According to SkillsFuture Singapore, green skills are required across more than 450 job roles across 17 sectors, presenting the green economy as an area with plenty of exciting opportunities.


Join the upcoming Future Conversation Series, where we will discuss about all things Sustainability! Hear from our industry and skill experts, as well as upskillers, on:


  • Upcoming industry trends
  • In-demand skills from emerging fields
  • Balancing work with upskilling
  • Being future ready and enhancing employability


Date: 20 October 2022 (Thursday)

Time: 7:00PM – 9:00PM

Location:  Lifelong Learning Institute
                   Event Hall 1 (Level 1)
                   11 Eunos Road 8
                   Singapore 408601



Mr Terrence Fernando


Managing Director, ICN Design International Pte Ltd


Mr Calvin Chu


Managing Partner, Eden Strategy Institute LLP


Mr Zacchaeus Siew


Domain Lead (Water Technology), School of Applied Science, Temasek Polytechnic


Mr Vu Nguyen


Lecturer, School of Design, Temasek Polytechnic


Mr Tan Shi Zhou


Undergraduate, Bachelor of Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering at Nanyang Technological University 

Completed Specialist Diploma in Environment & Water Technology at Temasek Polytechnic


Mr Kelvin Eng


General Manager, EngMech (S) Pte Ltd

Completed Specialist Diploma in Energy Management & Sustainable Design at Temasek Polytechnic


What is the Future Conversation Series about?


The job market is ever-changing, with new opportunities surfacing as the economy evolves. This requires one to be agile and aware of the latest happenings and trends.


Hear from industry experts, skill experts and upskillers at the Future Conversation Series as they share their thoughts and experiences on these topics:

Upcoming industry trends
In-demand skills from emerging fields
Balancing work with upskilling
Being future ready and enhancing employability

Based on the Human Library concept, you’ll get to engage and network with a variety of professionals who will give you a glimpse of the road ahead.


Start learning how you can future-proof your career at the Future Conversation Series!

What is the Human Library Concept?


The Human Library Concept focuses on enabling open conversations in small groups between the human book and the participants. Through this, you will:

More talk time with the speakers

Expect to be highly engaged in small-group candid discussions with the human books and participants

Gain diverse insights 

Meet professionals from different backgrounds, allowing you to glean a diverse range of insights

Build networks

Connect with the human books and fellow participants during the session and further your conversations off-line

Past Sessions

Navigating Travel and Tourism in the New Normal


Travel restrictions have eased in recent weeks, with Singapore progressively rolling out Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTLs) to popular destinations like South Korea and Germany. Travellers have jumped on board these VTLs, overwhelming travel companies as they deal with snaking queues and website crashes


Businesses in Singapore are also feeling upbeat about the VTLs, given that some of the VTL countries played a large part in Singapore's tourism market pre-COVID.  While COVID-19 has decimated the travel and tourism industries, the VTLs serve as an important milestone for Singapore in the recovery of these industries. 


Join us at the upcoming Future Conversations session on Navigating Travel and Tourism in the New Normal to learn more about what to expect from the resumption of travel and the opportunities available in this re-thriving industry. Based on the Human Library concept, look forward to authentic insights into the industry and getting to network with professionals. 


Date: 24 November 2021

Time: 8:00PM – 9:30PM

Mode of Delivery: Online (Zoom)


Singapore intends to grow the manufacturing sector by 50% over the next 10 years, through initiatives such as Manufacturing 2030 and the Smart Industry Readiness Index (SIRI). Additionally, SkillsFuture Singapore has also identified Advanced Manufacturing as one of the top skills to pick up today in preparation for the future economy. With this strong emphasis on Advanced Manufacturing, there are a myriad of opportunities available for professionals who are looking to explore or expand their foray in the booming Advanced Manufacturing sector. 


Check out the recap!




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