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SkillsFuture for Digital Community

Upon the successful completion of this course, participants will be able to use their mobile devices for daily activities such as searching for information on Google, communicating through Gmail and WhatsApp, as well as conduct online transactions and making e-payments using mobile banking apps.

 

Participants will also be able to use mobile apps such as SingPass mobile, OneService app, LifeSG etc, to access government digital services. Participants will also be able to stay safe online by using cybersecurity tips such as setting strong passwords and 2FA.

 

This course is tailored to suit the learning pace of seniors, and step-by-step guides will be provided during the class. 

Course Details

Nett Fee after Government subsidy S$20.00

SkillsFuture Credit Eligible

Provider

RSVP Singapore

Email

vlc@rsvp.org.sg

Duration

6 hours over 2 sessions

Contact

3110 3138


Commencement

09 Feb 2022 - 10 Feb 2022

Registration

Open

Venue

9 Bishan Place #09-03, Junction 8 (Office Tower), Singapore 579837


Trainer

Andy Pei

Cheow Chin Wang

Han Cheng Kwang

Ling Lik Kwok

Richard Cheong

The actual trainer for the course is subject to change.
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Course information is accurate as provided by course provider on 25 January 2022. For more information, please contact the course provider.

Trainer's Profile

Andy Pei

Andy Pei is currently volunteering as an IT Trainer in Cyberguide programme at RSVP Singapore. As a trainer, he teaches senior participants on computer skills from the basics to phone applications and tablets. He gains a great sense of satisfaction in sharing his knowledge and skills with seniors, and especially so when his students manage to achieve something at the end of the course.

Cheow Chin Wang

Cheow Chin Wang started volunteering as a Trainer to train other seniors with RSVP since 2007. She also attended the MUP (Microsoft Unlimited Potential) PowerPoint Course and became a certified trainer in December2010. With her upgrade in IT knowledge, she finds herself being able to connect better with her three lovely grandchildren and show them that their granny is as good, if not better, than them at the computer. 

Han Cheng Kwang

Han Cheng Kwang is a volunteer with RSVP Singapore since 2018 and has been volunteering in the area of Cyberguide as a trainer training seniors. With his extensive training and understanding on the learning needs and methodology of seniors, Cheng Kwang has moved into course content development for RSVP IT curriculum.  

Ling Lik Kwok

Ling Lik Kwok is committed to his pursuit of volunteering as Trainer in the digital world. He has embarked on many of the initiatives like NSA/C3A, NTUC Learning Hub and Pas programs besides the road shows and regular SITF and SIJ RSVP training courses he is involved in.

Richard Cheong

Richard Cheong served as a Colonel in the SAF before embarking on a commercial career in container port development and management. He graduated from the NUS with a BA(Hons) degree, is ACTA certified and is a Master Microsoft Office Specialist, having managed the Microsoft Unlimited Potential (MUP) programme under the auspices of Microsoft Singapore, providing training and certification of Microsoft Office. Richard also chaired several annual Silver Infocomm Day (SID) events, which is in partnership with IMDA conducting IT training for seniors. He is also a Silver Infocomm Wellness Ambassador (SIWA).

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