Centre for Industry & Lifelong Learning

Nanyang Polytechnic's Centre for Industry & Lifelong Learning (CIL3) collaborates with government agencies and industry to identify SkillsFuture and CET courses for the workforce in key priority areas. Our full-time and part-time courses are industry relevant and cater to different spectrums of the adult learning community – from fresh graduates to working professionals across various sectors seeking to upgrade themselves or switch careers.

Get an overview of our January - June 2024 courses.

List of Courses

To discover our new and updated courses, we invite you to STEP (Skills Training & Enhancing Portal) forward.

This portal, a collaborative effort from five Polytechnics and ITE, is designed to serve as a comprehensive digital hub for skills upgrading and enhancement, ultimately empowering our nation's lifelong learners. STEP provides a convenient platform for managing all your course activities.


We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this time of transition.
If you have any questions or encounter any issues, please don't hesitate to contact our support team at contactNYP@nyp.edu.sg.


SkillsFuture is a national effort led by Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam, to promote and encourage skills deepening and mastery so that every Singaporean can develop his or her potential to the fullest, in every job.

National Silver Academy

The National Silver Academy (NSA) is a network of post-secondary education institutions (PSEIs) (i.e. ITE, polytechnics, universities and arts institutions) and voluntary welfare organisations (VWOs) that offer learning opportunities for Singapore Citizens. 

Rojan Chitrakar
Course on Android Application Development

"I would like to commend NYP for a very well conducted course. Overall this course gave us a very go

Eve Yong
Specialist Diploma in Clinical Trials Management

"Despite having difficulties to juggle between my day job and school work, I enjoyed going to school

Poh Lay Hong
Diploma in Business Practice (Accounting)

"As a working mother to one kid, taking part-time classes through the Professional Development Centr