What is LHUB go?
LHUB GO, by NTUC LearningHub (NTUC LHUB), is Singapore’s largest subscription-based online learning platform. Available for subscription with SkillsFuture Credit in October 2021, LHUB GO offers on-demand access to over 75,000 bite-sized online courses that impart in-demand skills coveted by employers in Singapore.
What are WSQ courses?
The Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) system is a national continuing education and training and certification system for skills upgrading and employability enhancement of adult learners. It comprises a full competency map covering occupations in an industry with clear career development and training pathways.
Is Wsq under SkillsFuture?
The WSQ programmes are funded and quality-assured by SkillsFuture Singapore, which awards the WSQ certifications.
What is LXP platform?
A learning experience platform (LXP) is an AI-driven peer learning experience platform delivered using software as a service (SaaS). LXPs were born out of a new approach to corporate learning platforms, addressing perceived shortcomings with learning management systems (LMS).
How do I check my skills future credit balance?
You can log in to your SkillsFuture Credit account at MySkillsFuture after 1 October 2020 to check your SkillsFuture Credit balance.
Is WSQ Certificate Recognised?
The WSQ Certifications are awarded by SkillsFuture Singapore, and recognised by Workforce Singapore and the industry.
Who is eligible for WSQ course?
Trainees must be Singaporeans aged 35 years and above and earning up to $2,300 a month to be eligible. Unlike the TCA which is targeted at older, low wage workers, there are no age and income criteria for the SkillsFuture Qualification Award.
Can I use PSEA to repay CPF?
From 1 March 2018, Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) holders can use their PSEA savings for full or partial lump sum repayment of their own education loan taken under the CPF Education Loan Scheme.
What is the difference between WSQ and SkillsFuture?
The WSQ programmes are funded and quality-assured by SkillsFuture Singapore, which awards the WSQ certifications. WSQ courses are eligible for both SkillsFuture Subsidy and SkillsFuture Credit use. Non-WSQ courses are broad based, non certifiable courses, with a different set of eligibility criteria to WSQ courses.
What is the difference between LMS and LXP?
The fundamental difference between LXP vs. LMS comes down to administration and control, Whitbeck said. An LMS focuses more on the administration of learning than the experience, while an LXP focuses on the ability to facilitate personalized learning.