Plan career and training needs on new website

The MySkillsFuture website, to be used from childhood into adulthood, is part of efforts to encourage lifelong learning.
The MySkillsFuture website, to be used from childhood into adulthood, is part of efforts to encourage lifelong learning. PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO

Singaporeans as young as 11 will now be able to plan for their training and career needs at a new website launched yesterday.

The MySkillsFuture website, to be used from childhood into adulthood, is part of efforts to encourage lifelong learning, which has become even more crucial in the face of disruption. The Ministry of Education, Workforce Singapore and SkillsFuture Singapore said it will provide details on skills and training, as well as job opportunities, so people can "actively acquire and deepen their skills, and plan their careers".

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 30, 2017, with the headline 'Plan career and training needs on new website'. Print Edition | Subscribe