FWA, in collaboration with the Employment & Employability Institute (e2i), is pleased to bring you another episode of the FWA Exchange: Employment and Employability - How to “future-proof” my career?
NTUC’ e2i is the empowering network for workers and employers seeking employment and employability solutions.
As we embark on the new normal, we see employees and employers embracing and designing the future of work. Building on the lessons learnt over the past few months, how has employment and employability changed?
This session will provide you with insights to:
- The current employment trends
- The types of reskilling and upskilling conversations that you should have in order to support the jobs of tomorrow
- What employers can do to ensure their employees continue to be employable
- What you can do to ensure employability/job security
Come join us to discover how to stay at the forefront of labour market changes and how to be relevant in a fluid environment.
Registered participants will receive the link for the Zoom session one day before the event.
12:20 pm Registration
12:30 pm Introduction by FWA & e2i
12:40 pm Employment & Employability Discussion
-- Gilbert Tan, CEO, e2i (Employment and Employability Institute)
-- Lee Hebin, Senior Specialist, e2i (Employment and Employability Institute)
-- Breakout Rooms – What are your key concerns?
13:25 pm Event Wrap-up
13:30 pm Event Ends
Gilbert Tan, CEO of e2i (Employment and Employability Institute)
Mr Gilbert Tan joined NTUC’s e2i in 2009 to create solutions for better employment and employability through providing better jobs, developing better skills, and improving companies’ productivity and gain sharing for workers. Since then, e2i has launched the Inclusive Growth Program to drive productivity-led wage increases for low wage workers and led the way with professional development programmes to enhance the capabilities of PMETs (Professionals, Managers, Executives and Technicians). In addition to deepening skills, e2i also equips PMETs with employability and horizontal skills enabling them to stay relevant and progress within or across sectors. Under his leadership, e2i pioneered partnerships with Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs), Trade Associations and Chambers, and community groups to bring career coaching, training advisory services and industry transformation solutions to more Singaporeans. With its expanding role, e2i provides touchpoints at the HDB Hub in Toa Payoh, Central Business District and localised Social Service Offices to effectively reach out to more job seekers, working people, employers and partners in these regions. New initiatives his team developed include the U Career Network and ULeap future of learning.
Mr Gilbert Tan is the Assistant Director-General (ADG) of NTUC and a Member of NUS School of Continuing and Lifelong Education (SCALE) Industry Advisory Board; Ngee Ann Polytechnic Council; ITE Board of Governors; Republic Polytechnic Board of Governors; and Singapore Management University Academy Advisory Board. He is also on the Board of the Chinese Development Assistance Council.
Lee Hebin, Senior Specialist, e2i (Employment and Employability Institute)
Lee Hebin is the Senior Specialist currently with the Job Security Council team in e2i focused on managing the ecosystem with a network of receiving and releasing companies that are built on trust. Previously, Hebin works closely with companies in the F&B and Retail sectors to offer funding initiatives to enhance productivity and placement of workers in jobs.
Prior to joining e2i, he was with the School of Coffee as the Head Trainer of the training and developing arm creating and managing Barista training for both corporate and public participants. During this period, Hebin created the first Barista related training which was endorsed by Singapore Polytechnic, Professional and Adult Continuing Education Academy. Coupled with experience in F&B operations, sales and business development, Hebin was involved in expanding the training and consultancy business to Malaysia and China.
Hebin attained the Advance Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA) and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from Australia as part of continuing improvement of Adult training and Assessment.
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