Senior Academy at Community Clubs

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The PA will be heavily subsidising the course fees for Singaporeans/PRs for this programme, which is under the PA Senior Academy. For example:
a) Seniors can select a course of their interest and pay:
$10 (PAssion Card member) or $20 (Non-PAssion Card member). TThe average actual course fee for the various electives is about $35.
b) For participants aged below 50 years, they will pay $20 (PAssion Card member) or $30 (Non-PAssion Card member).

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The Seniors for Smart Nation programme offers a holistic curriculum for seniors with an array of 25 exciting and SkillsFuture approved information and technology-related courses.

Examples include “Shop and Pay Online” where seniors could learn how to perform online transactions, and “Transportation at Your Fingertips” to help them understand and use essential transportation apps.

Courses such as ‘Transportation at your fingertips’ and ‘Shop and Pay Online’ will help seniors to understand and use essential apps, and to perform online transactions respectively.

For emerging seniors who are keen to start their own businesses, they might find courses like “Create Your Own Web Blogshops” and “Website Creation on Mobile Devices” useful in marketing their business online.

 

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To help our seniors be prepared and be part of for our Smart Nation, the PA Senior Academy launched the “Seniors for Smart Nation” programme at Kolam Ayer Community Club on Wednesday, 30 March 2016.

About 25,000 seniors aged 50 years old and above, will be able to sign up for 1,000 Smart Nation classes, which will be made available at 31 community clubs (CCs) island-wide at launch. These courses will be rolled out to a total of 50 CCs by the end of 2016

Minister for Communications and Information and Minister-in- charge of Cyber Security and Muslim Affairs, Dr Yaacob Ibrahim, shared that, “Through this concerted effort, we seek to enable more seniors to do things they never imagine they could do, in making their daily lives more convenient through technology. More importantly, to empower communities to look out for and help one another. The possibilities are endless and I am confident that together, we can build a better future for all.”

 

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