Adult Learning Symposium - Welcome

Days to ALS 2014

Supporting Partners

Singapore Workforce Development Agency Institute for Adult Learning

The Adult Education Network or AEN is a professional membership scheme to nurture and grow a dynamic community of Continuing Education and Training professionals. Through the network, adult educators, human resource developers, training management professionals and workforce development specialists can tap onto a comprehensive suite of programmes, activities and membership benefits for their continuing professional and career development.

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Note reduced rates are available for ALS 2014 for AEN members.

The Singapore Training and Development Association (STADA) was established in 1972 by a group of training professionals from diverse industries who are passionate to learn and share best practices.

STADA is committed to act as a conduit to facilitate the transfer of skills and technology of human capital capabilities to enhance the growth of individual human capital development (HCD) practitioners, corporations and our international networks. STADA fulfils this role through community of practice in different HCD domains, offering professional development opportunities and networking activities.

In our journey of bringing growth to the HCD community, STADA pushes boundaries by using technologies, best practices and knowledge to achieve thought leadership in the field of learning across generations and meeting the diverse needs of the learning community.

STADA will partner with these professionals to provide solutions to organizations in the areas of change management, organization development, employee engagement, cultural change, leadership development, professional certification, coaching and mentoring, and team innovation.

The mission of the Civil Service College Singapore (CSC) is to develop people for a first-class Public Service. CSC was inaugurated as a statutory board under the Public Service Division, Prime Minister’s Office, in October 2001. As the public sector’s core institution for training, learning, research and staff development, CSC provides officers from across the Public Service with opportunities to learn and share knowledge; network, dialogue and exchange views; and develop a service - wide ethos and shared perspectives. CSC’s wide range of activities builds strategic capacity in governance, leadership, public administration and management for a networked government in Singapore.

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