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The TP courses featured in the Trade & Connectivity cluster are relevant for working adults who are in, or those who are interested to make a career switch to, these industries:

 

  • Air Transport
  • Logistics

Part-Time Diploma/Post-Diploma Courses

Approximate duration: Courses can range between one to two and a half years

 

Our part-time diploma and post-diploma courses are designed to equip adult learners, those with working experience and academic qualification, with the knowledge and professional skills to aid their advancement in their industry.

Approximate duration: Each modular course ranges from 30 to 90 hours

 

Our Skills-Based Modular Courses (SBMCs) offer adult learners greater flexibility to either acquire new skills or deepen existing ones as their career progresses. In addition, participants can stack up completed SBMCs towards the attainment of a full qualification, within the validity period.

Short Courses

Approximate duration: Courses can range between a day to over two weeks

 

Our short courses are catered to enrich your experience and provide you with skills that will be useful in your life and work.

Approximate duration: Courses can range between one day to over a week

 

The SkillsFuture Series are short, industry-relevant training programmes that focus on emerging skills. These courses are ideal for Singaporeans who are keen to either gain a basic understanding or deepen their skills in these areas.

Approximate duration: Learn at your own pace

 

MLCs are the future of learning! These online courses run on your mobile devices so that you can learn anytime, anywhere and at your own pace. The knowledge and soft skills you gain from these bite-sized courses can be applied in both your work and personal life.

Work-Study Programmes

Approximate duration: Programmes can range between 12 to 18 months

 

 

These programmes are specially designed to give fresh Polytechnic and ITE graduates a career head-start. Successful applicants will be matched with a job and company related to their discipline of study, to undergo a structured training programme. Participants in the programme can also look forward to a structured career progression pathway within the organisation.

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