The library of free courses offered on the GO1 platform features some of the most in-demand Worker 4.0 skillsets under Adaptive Skills – such as Change Management, Business Management, Leadership and Innovation – and Technology Skills – such as Data Analytics, Python Coding, Blockchain and Cloud. Creative courses such as Adobe Photoshop and Graphic Design will also be offered.
The courses will be in ‘microlearning’ format, designed for bite-sized learning with each course duration ranging from nine minutes to seven hours. Learners will be able to choose courses according to their interests and learn at their own pace and schedules. The platform also allows learners to track their learning progress and receive personalised recommendations.
“The ‘Circuit Breaker’ period is an opportune one for workers in Singapore to make good use of time to upgrade skillsets. We believe that learning should never stop, so we remain committed to driving Singapore’s workforce forward in our transformation journey, especially through changing times. Our mission to make learning accessible to all workers has never been so pertinent and urgent than in the present,” says NTUC LHUB CEO Kwek Kok Kwong.
In addition, as a growing number of foreign workers are being affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, NTUC LHUB is aiming to provide relevant Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) courses for foreign workers, to support them as they tide through this period. Commenting on this partnership and initiative, GO1 co-founder Vu Tran says, “During this ‘Circuit Breaker’ period, and even through unprecedented challenges, it is important that we continue to expand our knowledge and horizons. NTUC LearningHub is spurring Singaporeans to learn any time, anywhere, and on any device by going the extra mile with this initiative.”
To gain access to the platform, visit https://ntuc.mygo1.com
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