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Company Overview

About SkillsFuture

SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG), a statutory board, drives and coordinates the implementation of the national SkillsFuture movement and promotes a culture and holistic system of lifelong learning through the pursuit of skills mastery. It strengthens the continuing education and training (CET) ecosystem through enhancing the capabilities and professionalism of adult educators and quality of private education institutions and adult training centres.

Together with educational institutions and training partners, SSG ensures that individuals have access to high quality, industry-relevant training; and that CET and pre-employment training are synergised to train and prepare our workforce to meet the (emerging) demands of the economy.


29 Employees



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Company culture at SkillsFuture

The employee experience at SkillsFuture, compared to a typical Global company
68% of employees at SkillsFuture say it is a great place to work compared to 53% of employees at a typical Global company
SkillsFuture 68%
Typical company 53%

Source: Great Place to Work® 2019 Global Employee Engagement Study

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When you join the company, you are made to feel welcome.
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I am treated as a full member here regardless of my position.
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I feel good about the ways we contribute to the community.
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I can identify with this organisation's Mission, Vision and Core Values.
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Management trusts people to do a good job without watching over their shoulders.

Life at SkillsFuture

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