Best Corporate – Learning & Development Provider (Gold)

NTUC LearningHub is the Gold Award winner of the Best Corporate – Learning & Development Provider at the HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards 2022.
By: | November 17, 2022
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Jeremy Ong, CEO of NTUC LHUB, received the Gold Award for Best Corporate – Learning & Development Provider at the HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards 2022.

In the two years since the pandemic, digital transformation has transformed the way people learn in hybrid workplaces. For its continued efforts to embrace these changes, NTUC LearningHub (NTUC LHUB) has been awarded the Gold Award for Best Corporate – Learning & Development (L&D) Provider for the second consecutive year.

Jeremy Ong, CEO of NTUC LHUB, said, “NTUC LHUB is honoured and humbled to receive the Gold Award for Best Corporate – Learning & Development Provider for two consecutive years. This achievement is an attestation of the continued trust and confidence placed upon us by our clients as a L&D provider and a trusted partner in lifelong learning.”

“We will continue to help workers uplift and stay employable, and help companies transform and thrive by making learning accessible to all, with the objective of habitualising lifelong learning.”

NTUC LHUB has strengthened its digital offerings and embraced new methods of learning such as blended learning that incorporates virtual and in-person classes, as well as bite-sized programmes that use modular and asynchronous learning.

“We are continuously improving our NTUC LHUB Learning eXperience Platform (LXP) launched last year, to ensure that learners have access to industry-relevant training content,” Ong elaborated. “We have expanded to provide L&D mapping and employee training for companies through LXP Enterprise. Bite-sized and on-the-go learning on the app enables employers to take a practical approach to L&D while making learning accessible and convenient for employees to learn at their own pace in their own time.”

Another key component of NTUC LHUB’s commitment to human capital development is the enhancements made to its Career Agility Hub (CAH), which supports both learners and adult educators. This AI-powered app identifies skills users need to prepare for the future and analyses their skills gap based on their career aspirations. The app will also be extended to NTUC LHUB’s trainers to encourage professional development, ensuring its adult training andragogy remains of the highest quality.

He concluded, “With the global economy’s rapid pace of transformation accelerated by the pandemic, job roles and skills requirements have evolved. As a result, there is now an urgent need for our workforce to upskill and reskill to remain employable and grow professionally.”

“Being a strong advocate for workers’ training and skills upgrading, NTUC LHUB remains committed to equipping them with in-demand and emerging skills to stay competitive and resilient, and, in turn, contribute to building new capabilities for companies.”

NTUC LearningHub (NTUC LHUB) is a continuing education and training provider in Singapore while aims to transform the lifelong employability of working people. Since its corporatisation in 2004, NTUC LHUB has been working with employers and individual learners to provide learning solutions in areas such as cloud, infocomm technology, healthcare, employability and literacy, business excellence, workplace safety and health, security, HR and foreign worker training.