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The ‘Green’ Passage Towards Maritime Decarbonisation

With the maritime industry turning to lower carbon fuels and energy-efficient technologies to reduce greenhouse to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the Masterclass in Maritime Decarbonisation offered by SIT steers knowledge acquisition in this direction.

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Upskilling is Not an Uphill Task

Questions like “Am I too old?” and “Can I afford it?” are often on the minds of adult learners when considering upskilling. Robin Ngan, Director of SITLEARN, tackles these questions

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Helping SMEs Embed Sustainability in Business

Co-developed with the Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME), the ‘Introduction to Sustainability for Businesses’ course provides companies with the knowledge and frameworks for mapping their sustainability goals.

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Shedding Light on Workplace Safety in Social Services

These niche courses equip professionals in social service agencies with the skills to optimise health and safety at the workplace.


Deepening Clinical Expertise through Upskilling

Armed with a Postgraduate Diploma in Sonography, Florence Tan is ready for advanced clinical practice and leadership. 

Overcoming the Barrier to Learning

Is learning new skills still relevant after 40? This was the question Resendos faced while contemplating taking up a postgraduate certificate course at SIT. His decision to constantly upskill himself shaped his entrepreneurial journey.

Raising the Bar on Electrical Safety Awareness

Electrical accidents and fires are common in both commercial and residential settings.


SIT Launches Singapore’s First Competency-based Stackable Micro-credential Pathway

MOUs signed with NCS, Singtel, Singapore Computer Society and three polytechnics to upskill and reskill ICT sector workforce.   

Applied Materials Teams Up with SIT to Support a Future-Ready Semiconductor Workforce

Working together in continuing education and training (CET) and local ecosystem capability building

Engineering Career Success Through Continuous Learning

Professional requirements compelled 36-year-old electrical engineer Loo Yee Chye to upskill. In the process, he discovered how going back to university was a boon to his daily work and long-term aspirations.