In celebration of National Day, and as a gesture of solidarity to help Singaporeans emerge stronger from the pandemic, NTUC LearningHub (NTUC LHUB) has launched its rebranded online learning platform, LHUB GO, in partnership with Go1.com.
This will offer 100 free courses to the general public and 200 free courses to NTUC Union Members for six months.
The initiative comes on the back of the platform’s success since its launch in April 2020, where NTUC LHUB worked with Go1 to launch 100 free courses during the ‘Circuit Breaker’ period. Within four months, the platform has garnered over 88,000 sign-ups and accumulated over 23 million minutes of online learning. Popular courses include Emotional Intelligence, Communication Skills, Digital Marketing, Data Analysis and Python coding.
To further encourage self-directed skills transformation, LHUB GO will continue providing the 100 free online courses offered to the general public for another six months until 7 February 2021 through the online portal ‘Learn100’. An additional 100 free online courses will be offered to NTUC Union Members and new NTUC LHUB trainees through the portal ‘Learn200’.
LHUB GO Learn200 will allow learners to access a library of free courses including Adaptive, Technology and Technical skills in demand, and will feature new features such as curated pathways. These pathways are in line with employer-coveted skill sets such as Leadership and Adaptability, as well as Data Analytics, and will further supplement learning needs of workers who are navigating the New Normal.
“As we celebrate the nation’s 55th birthday, NTUC LHUB will extend this initiative to help us emerge stronger as one nation. With this spirit of unity and solidarity, we hope LHUB GO will support our workforce through changing times,” says NTUC LHUB CEO Kwek Kok Kwong.
“I would like to encourage the current learners to learn more and the new learners to join in and seize the opportunity to upskill or get a taste of new subjects through this platform. There is never a better time to take that first step to learn, as we ride through this trying pandemic,” he concluded.