National Centre of Excellence for Workplace Learning (NACE)
The National Centre of Excellence for Workplace Learning (NACE), led by NYP was established in 2018 to help companies retain and build competencies through workplace learning to support business growth and strategies.
When employees are able to apply deep skills, organisations are in a better position to respond to a rapidly-changing environment. NACE helps companies address challenges systematically and build the strengths within the companies so that they emerge stronger.
Companies can identify the skills that are lacking, and the jobs that need to be redesigned. With coherent processes in place, capabilities and skills can be practised and honed at the workplace, supporting a company’s growth in competencies and competitiveness.
Employers get to retain their skilled personnel because their employees experience job satisfaction. Businesses become ‘fail-proof’, and employees get to safeguard their jobs.
With domain expertise adapting Swiss and German methodologies, NACE can support companies’ adoption of best-in-class practices for workplace learning. Services from NACE include workplace and mentorship training, consultancy and skills analysis.
Get insights from Dr Phua Chee Teck, director, NACE on Workplace Learning (WpL) implementation.
He and his team drive the WpL ecosystem in Singapore: Together with its centres, NACE has collectively helped more than 1,000 local organisations embark on their WpL implementation journey to retain talent and grow competencies.
Among the most salient themes in Singapore Budget 2020 is the clarion call for companies to use the opportunity to transform – redesign jobs, reskill workers and introduce technology.
Dr Phua Chee Teck, director of the National Centre of Excellence for Workplace Learning (NACE) provides his perspective.
Going Forward with Business and Workforce Transformation
The National Wages Council (NWC), in its latest recommendations, under Point 11, recommends that employers develop a training plan that meets their current and future requirements, drawing reference from the relevant Skills Frameworks.
NWC is urging employers who have yet to develop training plans to seek help from various organisations and associations, amongst which is NACE.
The above information is accurate as at Jun 2021 and subject to changes from the respective agencies / companies.
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