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Singapore Workforce Development Agency Deepens Skills For 400 Singaporeans

Around 400 Singaporeans can be happy to get some extra education in Advanced Manufacturing.

The Singapore Workforce Development Agency targets a series of customised master classes to deepen the skills of their workforce in “Future Skills for Advanced Manufacturing”. As part of advanced manufacturing, 3D Printing will be taught at  the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing (SC3DP).

ngcherpongMr Ng Cher Pong, Chief Executive of WDA, said: “Singapore’s manufacturing sector faces intensive global competition. At the same time, the emergence of new technologies is redefining the ways in which products are designed and made. To stay competitive, it is critical that the industry is an early adopter of such game-changing technologies. The Advanced Manufacturing Series seeks to help companies adopt manpower-lean technologies, strengthen their capabilities and equip their workforce with the skills to be future-ready.”


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