DPM Heng Swee Keat just intro this new Learning Platform that’s macam the “Netflix of Learning”!

DPM Heng Swee Keat just intro this new Learning Platform that’s macam the “Netflix of Learning”!

At the NTUC’s Ordinary Delegates’ Conference 2021 held today, DPM Heng thanked the Labour Movement for helping workers and businesses emerge stronger from this Covid-19 storm. He then share that rapid technological advancements are reshaping jobs. So hor, warn you first, your skills today may not be enough for the jobs of tomorrow! Tell you “upskill” is not just a buzzword liao right?

The way people learn has also changed liao. Learning already become more interactive. So now the Labour Movement has also responded to this shift in learning demand to help workers! Not NATO (No action, talk only) hor! Today DPM Heng joined the tripartite partners to launch the Learning Experience Platform (LXP)! What can you expect – curious right?? Like Netflix, workers can subscribe to LXP and access a wide range of content, from personal and leadership development, to emerging areas such as coding and blockchain. But unlike Netflix, SkillsFuture credits can be used to defray LXP’s annual subscription costs. Good leh…

SNEF president Robert Yap, NTUC president Mary Liew, DPM Heng Swee Keat, NTUC secretary-general Ng Chee Meng and Manpower Minister Tan See Leng at the NTUC Ordinary Delegates’ Conference Via

With this LXP hor, our workers can also learn together, and encourage each other! More than 75,000 courses on LXP that workers can choose from. Best, DPM Heng also shared that some of these courses can also lead to skills certification and micro-credentials. Mai tu liao (don’t wait anymore!), more details on NTUC LXP here. Tiagong got a lot of interesting courses leh!

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