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.
Improving productivity through structured On-The-Job training blueprints at Novotel Hotel Singapore on Stevens.
“The workplace learning sessions assisted the hotel in relooking and redesigning their processes to improve productivity in an open, transparent and inclusive process involving the managers and staff.
With structured On-The-Job training blueprints… we are able to attract and retain good talent through a holistic onboarding programme."
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. Employers that have done so should now bring forward planned training, putting employees’ downtime to productive use.
NWC is urging employers who have yet to develop training plans to seek help from various organisations and associations, amongst which is the National Centre of Excellence for Workplace Learning (NACE). You can reach NACE for help on how move forward at email@example.com.
The Swiss Federal Institute of Vocational Education and Training (SFIVET) oversees Vocational Education and Training practitioners, provides research and international education, develop careers and training cooperation in Switzerland. It serves as the contact point for international cooperation and is the governmental centre of competence for the provision of tertiary-level training. SFIVET also carries out various tasks and research activities on behalf of the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI).
It acts as an interface between trade associations, professional organisations and the 26 cantons (with hundreds of vocational schools and professional colleges). As a national institute, it is the central point of contact for all matters relating to development projects and the basic and continuing training of Vocational Educational and Training professionals.
The Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) for Munich and Upper Bavaria is Germany’s largest Chamber of Commerce and Industry with around 380,000 member companies. It is also one of the largest corporate networks in Europe. The Chamber supports foreign trade promotion, vocational training, regional economic development, and the provision of general services to its members. It must be also consulted whenever a new law related to industry or commerce is proposed.
The IHK Akademie is the vocational educational and training partner of IHK for Munich and Upper Bavaria, offering over 600 in-house programmes and masterclasses which can be tailored to the needs of companies.
The Singaporean-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (SGC) is part of a network of 130 offices of the German bilateral Chambers of Industry and Commerce abroad in 90 countries.
It is one of the largest national business chambers in Singapore and its mandate includes the provision of market research, the production, dissemination of publications, and coaching/advisory issues.
The above information is accurate as at Jan 2021 and subject to changes from the respective agencies / companies.
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