Singapore vocational education institution to offer RPA training
The aim is to equip students with RPA knowledge and skills and to prepare them for joining a workforce that is increasingly placing importance on digital transformation.
“New technologies have created new skills and challenges, and it is our responsibility to provide information and experiences that will turn our students into innovators, developers and problem solvers in the future,” said Low Khah Gek, CEO of ITE.
“As Singapore becomes an increasingly intelligent nation, its people need to be fit for the future
Skills – that includes working with bots and Industry 4.0 technologies like RPA, ”said Ron Goh.
President of Automation Anywhere in Southeast Asia and Korea.
Technologies like RPA are expected to create new jobs that will require higher levels of cognitive thinking and creativity, requirements that make people stand out in a unique way and that will produce the greatest levels of employee satisfaction.