Kaplan division told to stop offering some SkillsFuture-funded courses

December 06, 2018 5:00 AM

A division of private school Kaplan Singapore has been told to stop offering some of its courses accredited under the Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications system from Dec 1, after some trainers were found to have flouted SkillsFuture Singapore’s guidelines on assessment practices.

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  1. What is the entry requirements of the trainees? Do they meet the requirements?

    What is the method of assessment? Is the trainees made aware, and agree to it, before attending the course?

    Were the trainees recruited by agents whom attracted tem by Completion of Qualification Award (CQA) of $1000?

    What are the profiles of the trainees? Executives, Supervisory roles or ANYONE ?

    Is the duration of the training adequate? Is the content of the curriculum suitable for trainee’s comprehension?

    Who are the recruitment agents for such courses? What is their company’s background? Are they exploiting the skillsfuture funding? Should they be investigated?

    Who are the top management of this learning institute? Why did they condone on such issues for so long? Monetary gains, Incompetency, No integrity?

    Why did retired elderly are attending such leadership courses? Why not gardening, handcrafts, computer skills?


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