Singapore Polytechnic (SP) signs MOU to promote awareness and use of 5G in Advanced Manufacturing
25 Sep 2019
On 25 September 2019 during the annual Electronics and Precision and Machinery Engineering (EPME) Week 2019, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between SP PACE Academy and SP Engineering cluster, Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association (SSIA) and NTUC EPME cluster. As part of this initiative, the involved parties will collaborate and work as strategic partners for the following purposes:
(a) Develop training and certification programmes which may comprise bite-sized or short courses and workshops covering 5G, 5G applications, Industry 4.0 and Advanced Manufacturing-related courses.
(b) Jointly organise learning journeys and events so that companies’ management and operations employees/workers have a better understanding and awareness of 5G and how it can be used in Advanced Manufacturing.
(c) Provide case studies and success stories with regard to this collaboration to showcase the progress of companies in their 5G transformation journey and highlight the benefits and outcome.
The Employment & Employability Institute (e2i) agrees to work with SSIA, SP & NTUC EPME cluster on the above initiatives and activities through packaging solutions and funding support that are beneficial to the workers’ future employment & employability in the cluster.
As part of this year’s theme on “Navigating into the New Age of 5G and Advanced Manufacturing”, SP PACE Academy also led a Learning Journey to SP’s Advanced Manufacturing Centre (AMC) and Singtel 5G Garage.