Developing Your Business’s Capabilities

 

We empower businesses with best-in-class practices, expertise and networks to support workplace learning efforts.
 
The National Centre of Excellence for Workplace Learning (NACE@SIT) is the first workplace learning centre set up in an Autonomous University. 
 

Supported by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG), we are here to help organisations, especially SMEs, build workplace competencies. Employees will learn new capabilities at their work environment and be better equipped to respond effectively to a rapidly changing economic environment.

Championing Workplace Learning: Our Core Areas

engineering
Engineering
food technology
Food Technology
energy
Energy
healthcare
Healthcare

How We Work

The Learning Enterprise Model focuses on training companies to co-create solutions to their day to-day business challenges. We give you the appropriate skills to kick-start the project, and later introduce you to complex and purposeful training as the project unfolds.
 
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Workplace Learning For Organisations

Key Highlights

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Lean Collaboration: SIT and Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital
 

Watch how we helped Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital through SIT's Lean and Innovation Programmes.

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Lean Collaboration: SIT and Mount Alvernia Hospital
 

Watch how we helped a hospital optimise its bed utilisation.

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Lean Collaboration: SIT and Shalom Movers
 

Staying Competitive Through SIT's Lean Skills Development Programme

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Implementing Lean Thinking in Nursing Homes (Part 1)
 

This case study showcases a nursing home that has implemented Lean thinking in a workflow optimisation project.

The Learning Enterprise Book

NACE@SIT’s Book

The Learning Enterprise:
Innovative Practices for Organisational Transformation

To commemorate the launch of NACE@SIT, we published a book documenting the learning journey of SIT with four local companies pioneering in workplace learning and Lean transformation.
 
Discover how we have helped four of these prominent organisations:
  • The National Heart Centre Singapore: Reduced patient wait time and improved patient flow for greater patient and employee satisfaction.
  • Four Seasons Catering: Reorganised their warehouse and dry kitchen for increased efficiency.
  • Shalom Movers: Updated their processes for better manpower, space, and time utilisation.
  • Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital: Rescheduled their tasks and established more open communication for enhanced patient care.
 
 
 

 

Making Impact
Where It Matters
Most


Here at NACE@SIT, we aspire to journey with companies to develop their workplace capabilities.