After seven months of working with the NTUC Industry Training and Transformation (NTUC IT&T) to transform its business model and workforce, BELLS Academic Group has launched the BELLS Baking Studio to nurture and upskills talent for the baking industry.
Companies seeking to transform their workforce and help their workers pursue lifelong learning can now turn to NTUC with its recent establishment of the NTUC Training & Placement (NTUC T&P) Division. The NTUC T&P Division is a one-stop intermediary that was set up this earlier this year to operationalise business and workforce transformation, as well as to better serve workers’ training and jobs matching needs.
Before 2020, Certact Engineering was a thriving precision engineering company. Established in 1968, the company’s revenue was severely affected with the advent of COVID-19. The pandemic forced the company to think out of the box; to explore how it could enhance its offerings, its technical capabilities, and its profit margin.
Debate Speech on Budget Statement 2022 by Chee Hong Tat, Deputy Secretary-General, NTUC, Senior Minister of State for Transport and Member of Parliament for Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC on 1 March 2022
Of the $100 million allocated to NTUC in this year budget, $70 million will be used to help companies with Company Training Committees (CTC) implement their transformation plans.
As part of its efforts to grow and expand, Alchemy Foodtech – a Singapore-based food science company – has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Food, Drink and Allied Workers Union (FDAWU) to form a Company Training Committee (CTC).
Lazada has joined the list of over 1,000 companies committed to work with NTUC-affiliated unions to upskill and redesign jobs for workers as they transition into the future economy.
Marina Bay Sands (MBS) has taken the next step to upgrade and upskill the digital literacy and competency of its entire workforce, which consists of over 10,000 workers.