Guide workers to pick SkillsFuture courses that aid in jobs: Experts

They see need for better quality control and more career advice

More than half a million Singaporeans have used the SkillsFuture Credit as of the end of last year. PHOTO: ST FILE
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Singaporeans need more help navigating the wide variety of SkillsFuture courses, in order to progress in their jobs.

This was the consensus of experts and workers The Sunday Times spoke to, after the Government announced a series of Budget measures last week to help workers stay employable.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on February 23, 2020, with the headline Guide workers to pick SkillsFuture courses that aid in jobs: Experts. Subscribe