SKILLSFUTURE FOR DIGITAL WORKPLACE 2.0 (GENERIC SECTOR)

What Are Digital Work Place & Why Are They Important?

In digital work place the integration of digital tools, technologies, and platforms that enable employees to collaborate, communicate, and perform tasks efficiently within an organization. It encompasses various digital solutions like cloud-based software, collaboration platforms, virtual meetings, and mobile applications. Digital workplaces are important because they streamline workflows, enhance productivity, facilitate remote work, promote employee engagement, and provide access to critical information, leading to improved organizational efficiency and agility in today’s digital age.

What Are Digital Work Place & Why Are They Important?

In digital work place the integration of digital tools, technologies, and platforms that enable employees to collaborate, communicate, and perform tasks efficiently within an organization. It encompasses various digital solutions like cloud-based software, collaboration platforms, virtual meetings, and mobile applications. Digital workplaces are important because they streamline workflows, enhance productivity, facilitate remote work, promote employee engagement, and provide access to critical information, leading to improved organizational efficiency and agility in today’s digital age.

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Increased Employability
Increased Employability
Digital tech skills are highly sought after by employers across industries. These skills are often prerequisites for many job roles, and possessing them can enhance employability and open up opportunities.
🌟
Improved Productivity
Improved Productivity
In-demand skills update your work practices, helping you work smarter by accomplishing more in less time, leading to better performance reviews, increased job satisfaction and better compensation.
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Adaptability and Job Security
Adaptability and Job Security
Acquiring digital tech skills can help you stay relevant in an ever-changing job market. This makes you resilient to future changes in the industry, improving job security.
🌟
Career Advancement
Career Advancement
Acquiring in-demand skills can lead to future job opportunities and advancements as companies look for experienced professionals who can bring a broad range of skills to the table.

Digital tech skills are highly sought after by employers across industries. These skills are often prerequisites for many job roles, and possessing them can enhance employability and open up opportunities.

In-demand skills update your work practices, helping you work smarter by accomplishing more in less time, leading to better performance reviews, increased job satisfaction and better compensation.

Acquiring digital tech skills can help you stay relevant in an ever-changing job market. This makes you resilient to future changes in the industry, improving job security.

Acquiring in-demand skills can lead to future job opportunities and advancements as companies look for experienced professionals who can bring a broad range of skills to the table.

Digital tech skills are highly sought after by employers across industries. These skills are often prerequisites for many job roles, and possessing them can enhance employability and open up opportunities.

In-demand skills update your work practices, helping you work smarter by accomplishing more in less time, leading to better performance reviews, increased job satisfaction and better compensation.

Acquiring digital tech skills can help you stay relevant in an ever-changing job market. This makes you resilient to future changes in the industry, improving job security.

Acquiring in-demand skills can lead to future job opportunities and advancements as companies look for experienced professionals who can bring a broad range of skills to the table.

DIGITAL WORKPLACE 2.0 (Generic Sector)

Course Duration

16.0 hr(s)

Mode of Assessment

MCQ, Written Questions

Venue

BCA Academy

For Whom

This course is recommended for any individual who wants to understand and experience emerging ICT trends and disruptive technologies, as well as improve their understanding of the latest digital tools, automation, data analytics, and cybersecurity risks.

DIGITAL WORKPLACE 2.0 (Generic Sector)

Course Duration

16.0 hr(s)

Mode of Assessment

MCQ, Written Questions

Venue

BCA Academy

For Whom

This course is recommended for any individual who wants to understand and experience emerging ICT trends and disruptive technologies, as well as improve their understanding of the latest digital tools, automation, data analytics, and cybersecurity risks.

Course Overview

The aim of this program is to provide learners with vital abilities and information necessary for effectively managing the difficulties presented by transformative technologies like  AI, IOT , data analytics, cybersecurity vulnerabilities, and RPA. By means of immersive practical activities and dynamic group discussions,  learners will acquire practical know-how and insight into a range of subjects. These encompass sought-after digital instruments, automation, data analytics, and cybersecurity techniques that are relevant across personal and work-related contexts. Learners will undergo a structured 2 days  programme and learning outcome will be tested by MCQ, Written Questions.

Participants who are Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents (SPR) sponsored by Company or Individuals are eligible for the Skills Development Fund (SDF) Funding administrated by the SkillsFuture Singapore Agency (SSG). Individuals can however apply for SkillsFuture Credits to pay for their training (only applicable for Singaporeans aged 25 and above). For further informations, log on to myskillsfuture.gov.sg.

Course Structure

Topic 1: The Digital Economy and the Future of Business (relevance: overview of the digital economy and how it is changing the business landscape – to foster urgency to learn. Also coverage of widely applicable national or sectoral platforms in use)

Topic 2: Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) (relevance: relate  these ubiquitous but still difficult-to-understand terms to their everyday life e.g. social media, search engine results, customer relations, etc.)

Topic 3: IDT & A – Chat Bots and Messenger Bots (relevance: in-demand tools to automate and enhance customer interactions pre- and post-sales)

Topic 4: IDT – Self-help Website Designers like Wix, Squarespace and Shopify (relevance: a tech-lite approach to setting up the online presence of businesses)

Topic 5: IDT – Payment Platforms and Credit Card Payment Apps (relevance: not every business needs a complex point-of-sale (POS) system – credit card payment apps allow small and/or agile businesses to take credit card payments on the go and in-store – helps reduce overheads in store operations)

Topic 6: IDT & A – Ecommerce Solutions (relevance: not every business has the manpower to set up and maintain their own website-based online store, hence the importance of covering easy-to-start eCommerce marketplaces like Easystore, Lazada and Shopee; and all-in-one management platforms like EasySellers)

Topic 7: IDT & A – All You Need to Know about Cloud (relevance: broad overview of how cloud technology works and how it supports the use of all the tech and tools covered so far and to be covered further in the course – also cover concepts of hybrid cloud to enhance cybersecurity)

Topic 8: CR – What about Security? The “”Big 5″” Threats in Cybersecurity (relevance: after getting some insights into the tech and tools used in the digital economy today, participants will be able to better relate to this topic about cybersecurity, which will cover the “”big five”” threats – Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), Ransomware, Supply Chain Attacks, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) and Pivot in easy to understand language with examples. This will also cover Personal Data Protection Act and how to manage the risk of data leaks with increased digitalisation.)

Topic 9: DA – Web Analytics Tools (relevance: after the coverage of in-demand tools on Day 1, Day 2 starts off by covering how the data required to make those tools work as well as the data they collect are collected and analysed. This topic starts off with covering website analytics tools in-built in website creation solutions, and ends with some basics of Google Analytics – the most popular web analytics tool)

Topic 10: DA – Social Media Analytics Tools (relevance: after learning about web analytics, learners need to learn about social media analytics tools, which will help them assess their marketing, customer outreach and even sales performance on various social media platforms. Tools covered will include a platform-specific tool like Facebook Analytics and an all-in-one social media management platform like Sprout Social.)

Topic 11: DA – General Enterprise Analytics Tools (relevance: these are solutions for businesses to organise and analyse data collected in all parts of their business, which is essential given how much data is generated everyday in the modern digital economy. Learners will be introduced to free-to-start tools like ThoughtSpot and Tableau)

Topic 12: A – CRM Software (relevance: learners may feel overwhelmed at this point about the myriad of tools available for  all purposes in the market, hence an essential topic to cover is all-in-one customer relationship management software that also helps with social media marketing management like HubSpot. Such tools normally come with great User Interface and require little to no technical knowledge to use – hence will inspire the learners’ confidence to actually use them)

Topic 13: A – Robotic Process Automation (relevance: after knowing how different tools work and the unavoidable data collection, crunching, analysis and feedback work needed behind it, learners are then introduced to RPA, which helps organisations to automate rote and repetitive processes – thus making work more efficient)

Topic 14: Action Plan Setting (relevance: trainer will guide the learners in determining their immediate areas of interests and/or  required tech skillsets in their current/desired job roles among the technologies and tools covered, and how they can pursue their learning in these areas after the SFDW)

Learning Outcomes

  1. Experience and understand the latest in-demand digital tools, such as ChatGPT and Metaverse.
  2. Apply automation techniques to reduce manual intervention and streamline workflows.
  3. Understand and appreciate how data analytics and visualisation lead to practical insights.
  4. Apply best practices to identify and protect against latest cybersecurity threats in personal and professional settings.

Certificate issue by

Graduation upon meeting 75% Attendance and passing all modules will received certificate of completion from Global Training Services.

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Course Fees

For International Students (Full course fee) For Singapore Citizens and PRs aged up to 39 years (Min. aged 21 years applies to Individual sponsored) For Singapore Citizens aged 40 years and above
Course Fees (Before GST)
8% GST
SkillsFuture Subsidy:
Up to 70% of course fee
Nett Fee

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SKILLSFUTURE FOR DIGITAL WORKPLACE 2.0 (GENERIC SECTOR)

What Are Digital Work Place & Why Are They Important?

In digital work place the integration of digital tools, technologies, and platforms that enable employees to collaborate, communicate, and perform tasks efficiently within an organization. It encompasses various digital solutions like cloud-based software, collaboration platforms, virtual meetings, and mobile applications. Digital workplaces are important because they streamline workflows, enhance productivity, facilitate remote work, promote employee engagement, and provide access to critical information, leading to improved organizational efficiency and agility in today’s digital age.

What Are Digital Work Place & Why Are They Important?

In digital work place the integration of digital tools, technologies, and platforms that enable employees to collaborate, communicate, and perform tasks efficiently within an organization. It encompasses various digital solutions like cloud-based software, collaboration platforms, virtual meetings, and mobile applications. Digital workplaces are important because they streamline workflows, enhance productivity, facilitate remote work, promote employee engagement, and provide access to critical information, leading to improved organizational efficiency and agility in today’s digital age.

🌟
Increased Employability
Increased Employability
Digital tech skills are highly sought after by employers across industries. These skills are often prerequisites for many job roles, and possessing them can enhance employability and open up opportunities.
🌟
Improved Productivity
Improved Productivity
In-demand skills update your work practices, helping you work smarter by accomplishing more in less time, leading to better performance reviews, increased job satisfaction and better compensation.
🌟
Adaptability and Job Security
Adaptability and Job Security
Acquiring digital tech skills can help you stay relevant in an ever-changing job market. This makes you resilient to future changes in the industry, improving job security.
🌟
Career Advancement
Career Advancement
Acquiring in-demand skills can lead to future job opportunities and advancements as companies look for experienced professionals who can bring a broad range of skills to the table.

Digital tech skills are highly sought after by employers across industries. These skills are often prerequisites for many job roles, and possessing them can enhance employability and open up opportunities.

In-demand skills update your work practices, helping you work smarter by accomplishing more in less time, leading to better performance reviews, increased job satisfaction and better compensation.

Acquiring digital tech skills can help you stay relevant in an ever-changing job market. This makes you resilient to future changes in the industry, improving job security.

Acquiring in-demand skills can lead to future job opportunities and advancements as companies look for experienced professionals who can bring a broad range of skills to the table.

Digital tech skills are highly sought after by employers across industries. These skills are often prerequisites for many job roles, and possessing them can enhance employability and open up opportunities.

In-demand skills update your work practices, helping you work smarter by accomplishing more in less time, leading to better performance reviews, increased job satisfaction and better compensation.

Acquiring digital tech skills can help you stay relevant in an ever-changing job market. This makes you resilient to future changes in the industry, improving job security.

Acquiring in-demand skills can lead to future job opportunities and advancements as companies look for experienced professionals who can bring a broad range of skills to the table.

DIGITAL WORKPLACE 2.0 (Generic Sector)

Course Duration

16.0 hr(s)

Mode of Assessment

MCQ, Written Questions

Venue

BCA Academy

For Whom

This course is recommended for any individual who wants to understand and experience emerging ICT trends and disruptive technologies, as well as improve their understanding of the latest digital tools, automation, data analytics, and cybersecurity risks.

DIGITAL WORKPLACE 2.0 (Generic Sector)

Course Duration

16.0 hr(s)

Mode of Assessment

MCQ, Written Questions

Venue

BCA Academy

For Whom

This course is recommended for any individual who wants to understand and experience emerging ICT trends and disruptive technologies, as well as improve their understanding of the latest digital tools, automation, data analytics, and cybersecurity risks.

Course Overview

The aim of this program is to provide learners with vital abilities and information necessary for effectively managing the difficulties presented by transformative technologies like  AI, IOT , data analytics, cybersecurity vulnerabilities, and RPA. By means of immersive practical activities and dynamic group discussions,  learners will acquire practical know-how and insight into a range of subjects. These encompass sought-after digital instruments, automation, data analytics, and cybersecurity techniques that are relevant across personal and work-related contexts. Learners will undergo a structured 2 days  programme and learning outcome will be tested by MCQ, Written Questions.

Participants who are Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents (SPR) sponsored by Company or Individuals are eligible for the Skills Development Fund (SDF) Funding administrated by the SkillsFuture Singapore Agency (SSG). Individuals can however apply for SkillsFuture Credits to pay for their training (only applicable for Singaporeans aged 25 and above). For further informations, log on to myskillsfuture.gov.sg.

Course Structure

Topic 1: The Digital Economy and the Future of Business (relevance: overview of the digital economy and how it is changing the business landscape – to foster urgency to learn. Also coverage of widely applicable national or sectoral platforms in use)

Topic 2: Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) (relevance: relate  these ubiquitous but still difficult-to-understand terms to their everyday life e.g. social media, search engine results, customer relations, etc.)

Topic 3: IDT & A – Chat Bots and Messenger Bots (relevance: in-demand tools to automate and enhance customer interactions pre- and post-sales)

Topic 4: IDT – Self-help Website Designers like Wix, Squarespace and Shopify (relevance: a tech-lite approach to setting up the online presence of businesses)

Topic 5: IDT – Payment Platforms and Credit Card Payment Apps (relevance: not every business needs a complex point-of-sale (POS) system – credit card payment apps allow small and/or agile businesses to take credit card payments on the go and in-store – helps reduce overheads in store operations)

Topic 6: IDT & A – Ecommerce Solutions (relevance: not every business has the manpower to set up and maintain their own website-based online store, hence the importance of covering easy-to-start eCommerce marketplaces like Easystore, Lazada and Shopee; and all-in-one management platforms like EasySellers)

Topic 7: IDT & A – All You Need to Know about Cloud (relevance: broad overview of how cloud technology works and how it supports the use of all the tech and tools covered so far and to be covered further in the course – also cover concepts of hybrid cloud to enhance cybersecurity)

Topic 8: CR – What about Security? The “”Big 5″” Threats in Cybersecurity (relevance: after getting some insights into the tech and tools used in the digital economy today, participants will be able to better relate to this topic about cybersecurity, which will cover the “”big five”” threats – Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), Ransomware, Supply Chain Attacks, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) and Pivot in easy to understand language with examples. This will also cover Personal Data Protection Act and how to manage the risk of data leaks with increased digitalisation.)

Topic 9: DA – Web Analytics Tools (relevance: after the coverage of in-demand tools on Day 1, Day 2 starts off by covering how the data required to make those tools work as well as the data they collect are collected and analysed. This topic starts off with covering website analytics tools in-built in website creation solutions, and ends with some basics of Google Analytics – the most popular web analytics tool)

Topic 10: DA – Social Media Analytics Tools (relevance: after learning about web analytics, learners need to learn about social media analytics tools, which will help them assess their marketing, customer outreach and even sales performance on various social media platforms. Tools covered will include a platform-specific tool like Facebook Analytics and an all-in-one social media management platform like Sprout Social.)

Topic 11: DA – General Enterprise Analytics Tools (relevance: these are solutions for businesses to organise and analyse data collected in all parts of their business, which is essential given how much data is generated everyday in the modern digital economy. Learners will be introduced to free-to-start tools like ThoughtSpot and Tableau)

Topic 12: A – CRM Software (relevance: learners may feel overwhelmed at this point about the myriad of tools available for  all purposes in the market, hence an essential topic to cover is all-in-one customer relationship management software that also helps with social media marketing management like HubSpot. Such tools normally come with great User Interface and require little to no technical knowledge to use – hence will inspire the learners’ confidence to actually use them)

Topic 13: A – Robotic Process Automation (relevance: after knowing how different tools work and the unavoidable data collection, crunching, analysis and feedback work needed behind it, learners are then introduced to RPA, which helps organisations to automate rote and repetitive processes – thus making work more efficient)

Topic 14: Action Plan Setting (relevance: trainer will guide the learners in determining their immediate areas of interests and/or  required tech skillsets in their current/desired job roles among the technologies and tools covered, and how they can pursue their learning in these areas after the SFDW)

Learning Outcomes

  1. Experience and understand the latest in-demand digital tools, such as ChatGPT and Metaverse.
  2. Apply automation techniques to reduce manual intervention and streamline workflows.
  3. Understand and appreciate how data analytics and visualisation lead to practical insights.
  4. Apply best practices to identify and protect against latest cybersecurity threats in personal and professional settings.

Certificate issue by

Graduation upon meeting 75% Attendance and passing all modules will received certificate of completion from Global Training Services.

Course Schedule

Calendar of Events

M Mon

T Tue

W Wed

T Thu

F Fri

S Sat

S Sun

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

0 events,

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Course Fees

For International Students (Full course fee) For Singapore Citizens and PRs aged up to 39 years (Min. aged 21 years applies to Individual sponsored) For Singapore Citizens aged 40 years and above
Course Fees (Before GST)
8% GST
SkillsFuture Subsidy:
Up to 70% of course fee
Nett Fee

Digital Workplace Courses

Built Environment
Manufacturing
Transportation

Enquire Now