With the PSI (Pollutant Standards Index) going into the unhealthy range, you are advised to stay
  indoors as much as possible and avoid outdoor activities.
  If you have any existing medical condition that may cause you to be susceptible to the effects of the
  haze, we strongly advise that you bring along your medication.  As long as the PSI goes beyond the
  moderate range, you are advised to stay indoors and refrain from outdoor activities.  
  If you experience any discomfort, you are advised to inform your lecturers and to seek immediate
  medical attention. 
  Singapore Polytechnic will continue to monitor the situation and take its cue from government
  advisories on any further actions.   
  Advisories and updates will be announced through on PACE website and sent to your ichat or personal
  email addresses.
  Useful links:


  Please note that several classes located at Block T1A will be affected by renovation works from
  14 September till 16 October 2015.

  During this period, students are advised to check with their respective lecturers/trainers or against the
  Class Schedule TV Display located outside the PACE Academy for latest classroom allocation

  Note: Singpass Maintenance on 4 Oct 2015 from 12.00am to 9.00am.
  Sorry for any inconvenience caused.


Our Highlights

Visit to Yang Kee Logistics Pte Ltd

On 18 August 2015, a visit was organised by Mr Lim Chee Peng, Coordinator and Trainer for the WSQ Diploma in Logistics courses for his participants to Yang Kee Logistics.

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Visit to Green Power Power Asia Pte Ltd - Fuji Oil Cogen Facilities

On 23 July 2015, a visit was led by Mr Billy Chan, Deputy Director, PACE Academy together with SMA and EEE colleagues to Green Power Asia (GPA) Pte Ltd.

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Industry Engagement Visit to Singapore Salvage Engineers (SSE)

On 25th June 2015, Director PACE led a team of staff from PACE and SMA for an industry engagement visit to Singapore Salvage Engineers (SSE).

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Jurong Point Step-Up Programme (JPSP) Graduation Ceremony

On 17th June 2015, 49 participants of the JPSP received their Certificates amidst the shopping crowd at Jurong Point Shopping Mall. This is the second Graduation Ceremony for the programme, a testament to the strong support from Starmall Property Pte Ltd, Chief Executive Mr William Seet and the excellent trainers from our Business School.

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