Guide for national silver academy
The National Silver Academy is a platform of post-secondary educational systems and non-profit agencies that provide quality education for Singaporeans. The National Silver Academy is a consortium of post-secondary public universities and group organizations that offer elderly citizens with a variety of academic opportunities.
Programs at the National silver academy
- These workshops are geared toward living skills but instead of work skills. These will go beyond what the post-secondary education institutions already provide in terms of part-time courses for jobs and updating. Singaporeans nationals aged 50 and older would be eligible for reimbursement of up to 50% off the registration fees.
- Multigenerational educational interventions, for example, pair students with senior citizens to learn about specific topics. Other services for elderly include short speeches given by our post-secondary education institutions and voluntary welfare organizations.
- These programs are chosen from testing the functionality services available for a nominal cost by ITE, institutes of technology, and schools to Singapore citizens. The elderly may study these courses with ordinary undergraduate learners for merit, i.e., to acquire a credential such as a degree or qualification. However, seniors are not required to take the exams.
Why choose these programs?
- Empower Singaporeans to reach their full complete potential of employment.
- Assist Singaporeans in making well-informed educational, professional, and career decisions.
- Develop an efficient, high-quality school curriculum that reacts to changing industrial needs.
- Encourage employer acknowledgment and professional advancement based on expertise and skills.
- Create an environment that encourages and rewards lifelong learning.