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More support to help NSFs transit to work or studies after National Service

More support to help NSFs transit to work or studies after National Service

14.8.2019

More support to help NSFs transit to work or studies after National Service

SINGAPORE: National servicemen (NSFs) will get more support and resources to help them prepare for employment or further studies when they ...

More than 4,000 NSFs attended the Enhanced Career and Education Fair (ECEF) on Wednesday (Aug 14) at Suntec City Convention Centre. The fair is held on a quarterly basis for NSFs as they approach their last three to six months of NS.

The latest edition of the ECEF included 15 institutes of higher learning and 57 exhibitors from key economic sectors, including electronics, precision engineering and logistics and supply chain management.

NSFs can now use their Electronic Pre-Release Employment Programme (E-PREP) credits for 3,300 courses from online course provider Udemy - an increase from the 200 online courses previously offered.

They can also subscribe to a one-year access to Udemy's E-PREP online courses and continue to sign up for courses from other providers.

Senior Minister of State for Defence Heng Chee How, who visited the ECEF on Wednesday morning, emphasised the importance of supporting NSFs in their transition to school or the workplace.

Read more: CNA
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More support to help NSFs prepare for work and studies after national serviceSINGAPORE - National Servicemen (NSFs) who are about to complete their service are now getting more targeted help in their search for career and educational opportunities.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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