New electronics training programme rolled out

New electronics training programme rolled out

Singapore - With the boom in Singapore’s electronic industry, more companies are setting up high-value manufacturing and R&D facilities. As the industry upgrades, workers too need to keep up with changing demands.

This is why the United Workers of Electronic and Electrical Industries (UWEEI) and the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) have teamed up to roll out four training programmes recently. These programmes are aimed at students and job seekers interested in a career in the electronics industry.
                    
ITE students will be given an industrial attachment and a new semiconductor technology programme, while National Servicemen nearing completion of their NS stint can sign up for thr Specialist Technician Programme.

Meanwhile, job seekers can apply for the Electronics Apprenticeship Programme.

The new training programmes are expected to train a total of 460 people next year.

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