Training provider under investigation for falsely advertising courses as SkillsFuture Credit-approved

Mr Ramesh Kumar received an e-mail for a course that purported to be "$0 payable" and fully claimable using SkillsFuture credits. SCREENGRAB: RAMESH KUMAR
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SINGAPORE - SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) is investigating a training provider that may have falsely advertised its courses as SkillsFuture Credit-approved.

The training provider was flagged by Mr Ramesh Kumar in a Forum letter published by The Straits Times earlier this month, in which he called for more transparency in course fee advertisements.

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