Skool4Kidz has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Employment & Employability Institute (e2i) as a corporate partner to support local employability initiatives.

e2i, a tripartite initiative of the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC), employers and workers, supports nation-wide manpower and skills upgrading initiatives. This partnership enhances Skool4Kidz’s extended effort to build local employment capabilities while we upskill and do more to retain our employees.

All smiles as e2i and Skool4Kidz commit to groom more local staff together. From left to right: CEO of e2i Mr Gilbert Tan; Deputy CEO of e2i Ms Vicky Wong; Curriculum Founder of Skool4Kidz Dr Jane-Ching Kwan; and Director of Skool4Kidz Mr Robert Leong.

Skool4Kidz is committed to support e2i’s continuing mission to provide solutions for better employment and employability for the workforce. Our joint efforts include:

  1. Innovating through dedicated job matching programmes. Skool4Kidz supports various career fair joint initiatives and career exploration journeys to attract local workforce to join our company;
  2. Implementing automation and technology initiatives to heighten productivity and enhance capabilities within our workforce;
  3. Ensuring all training needs are met in the upskilling and reskilling of employees as part of our digital transformation;
  4. Supporting our staff with the technological, technical and adaptive skills through learning rejuvenation. This aids them for more new roles that contribute to productivity growth as well as their career development and progression within the company.

Mr Tan shares meaningful solutions for employee progression.

e2i gathered with our management for a group photo in the iconic Garden Atrium at Skool4kidz Campus @ Sengkang Riverside Park.

Published On: February 28th, 2020Tags:
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