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Executive Certificate in Organisational Leadership
The Effective Manager Program is a premium leadership training program for highly-motivated managers and team leaders who would like to accelerate their leadership development. Participants will gain confidence and a new perspective as they learn how to lead and manage others. The specially-designed curriculum will help participants to gain insights into the roles and responsibilities of a manager, diagnose their current situation and build skills and capabilities for their critical function by understanding key management concepts and tools. This leadership training course is highly interactive and inspiring and participants will learn in a peer environment through discussions and exercises focusing on Asian workplace scenarios and global best practices in leadership and management.


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Based on an executive learning model and packed with practical ideas, The Strategic Negotiator® Program is a blended conceptual and hands-on negotiation skills training course in Asia aimed at people who would like to be a better negotiator personally and professionally. In fact, Harvard University’s research suggests that all great leaders share a key quality: the ability to negotiate.
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  • Young Geographers Clinched Awards at the 12th International Geography Olympiad

    The Ministry of Education (MOE) congratulates the Singapore team for their performance at the 12th International Geography Olympiad (iGeo) held in Tver, Russia, from 10 to 18 August 2015. This is the fifth year that Singapore is taking part in the competition.

    The Singapore team obtained 3 Silver medals and 1 Bronze medal. The Silver medalists are Mr Wan Jia Cheng, Mr Yao Jiayun and Mr Toh Yu Ze from Raffles Institution. The Bronze medalist is Mr Caleb Goh Teng Hian from the School of the Arts (SOTA). This is also the first time that a student from SOTA is representing...

  • Foreign students on scholarships and tuition grant


    Between 2001 and 2014, of the international students at secondary and Junior College levels who were granted PR on their own merit, around one-quarter were on scholarships, such as the ASEAN scholarship for their studies. There is no tuition grant at the secondary and Junior College level.

    The scholarship holders are required to attain the “A” Levels or equivalent, as part of their scholarship obligations. Almost all - more than 99% - of them attained the “A” Levels or equivalent.

  • Enhancements to the Education and Allied Educators Schemes of Service

    Changes in line with SkillsFuture’s direction to place more emphasis on recognising employees’ skills and competencies beyond academic qualifications

    Teachers are at the core of delivering a student-centric, values-driven education for our schools, as they play a key role in equipping our children with core values, social and emotional competencies and cross-cultural skills that are critical for development of character and citizenship, as well as 21st Century Competencies. These competencies underpin the holistic education that our schools provide to better prepare our students for the future. The work of our teachers is also supported by our Allied Educators (AEDs), who play...

  • Subsidies for students with dyslexia studying in Specialised Independent Schools


    The set-up of Specialised Independent Schools is a recent development in our diversified education landscape. They offer a customised curriculum to students who have an aptitude and inclination towards mathematics and scientific inquiry, applied learning and creativity, sports or the arts. Currently, there are a few students in the Specialised Independent Schools attending the dyslexia remediation conducted by the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS), and we have worked with the schools to provide school-based financial assistance for students in need.

    MOE will rationalise the existing subsidy arrangements to extend the subsidy to eligible students from Specialised Independent Schools when...

  • Purchase of travel insurance for students and staff


    MOE already requires the schools that we directly supervise to purchase travel insurance that provides unlimited coverage for medical evacuations and repatriation expenses for overseas trips that are organised or endorsed by these schools. Similar arrangements are in place for the Autonomous Universities, Polytechnics and the Institute for Technical Education.

    Most travel insurance policies do not cover expenses (including those relating to evacuation or repatriation) that are incurred as a result of pre-existing conditions. Rather than to simply require all schools to purchase enhanced policies, MOE’s approach has been to require schools to undertake a careful assessment when...

  • MOE enters into a Strategic Partnership with Self-Help Groups (SHGs) to Operate School-Based Student Care Centres

    The Ministry of Education (MOE) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with four Self-Help Groups (SHGs) - Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC), Yayasan MENDAKI, Singapore Indian Development Association (SINDA), and The Eurasian Association (EA) to set up and operate 30 school-based Student Care Centres (SCCs) that will cater to students of all races. This strategic partnership, initiated by the joint commitment of the four SHGs, will allow schools to better support the holistic development of our students, especially students from less-advantaged backgrounds, by tapping on the community resources of the four SHGs.

    The SHGs have had a long history of collaboration...

  • Speech by Mr Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Education, at The Ceremony Commemorating The Renaming of The Institute of The Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS)
  • Outstanding Performance by Singapore at the 2015 International Science and Mathematics Competitions
  • Singapore Team Wins 27th World Schools Debating Championship

    The Ministry of Education congratulates the Singapore team for winning the 27th World Schools Debating Championship (WSDC) held in Singapore. A total of 53 nations participated in this event that took place from 27 July to 6 August. The first runner-up and second runner-up are Canada and Pakistan respectively.

    The five-member Singapore team consists of:

    • Arthur Lee from Anglo-Chinese School (Independent);
    • Bryan Yan from Hwa Chong Institution;
    • Chong Ee Hsiun from Raffles Institution;
    • Ernest Goh from Raffles Institution;
    • Samuel Loh from Raffles Institution.

    They are led by their coach, Mrs Geetha Creffield, Head of Department for Arts at Anglo-Chinese Junior College, and team manager Miss...

  • Singapore to Host Inaugural OECD Conference on Higher Education Futures

    A two-day conference on Higher Education Futures that gathers leaders and experts in academia and public policy to discuss trends and challenges in global higher education will be held in Singapore from 14 to 15 October 2015. The first of its kind among conferences organised in partnership with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the conference will also explore ideas to meet these challenges and leverage opportunities in higher education.

    There are four themes for the OECD-Singapore Conference on Higher Education Futures:

    • Mapping and meeting future demand for higher education;
    • The rise of higher education in Asia and the impact on...

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