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IT Courses by Silver Infocomm Junction RSVP Singapore
NLB and IMDA, in collaboration with RSVP Singapore The Organisation of Senior Volunteers to offer affordable IT training for seniors to pick up digital skills for daily activities.
Seniors Train Seniors
Participants can expect to have both experiential learning through presentations and hands-on activities to help retain classroom learning. The courses offered are designed for seniors and conducted by experienced volunteer Trainers and Assistant Trainers who are seniors themselves. Courses are available in English or Chinese and will vary monthly. Seniors can utilise their SkillsFuture Credits or cash for payment of the course fee during registration at RSVP Singapore.
Example of courses
- Introduction to Android, iPad
- Google Photos
- Understanding SingPass
- SkillsFuture for Digital Community (e-Transactions, e-Communications, and other basic digital services)
- Digital Banking (OCBC, POSB)
- E-Travel, E-Entertainment and many more
For enquiries do contact RSVP Singapore at 6259 0802 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*Eligible Singaporeans and Permanent residents
Where to sign up?
9 Bishan Place, #08-02 Junction 8 Office Tower, Singapore 579837
Operating Hours: 10am to 5pm (Mondays to Fridays, except Public Holidays)
- Email address
- Personal mobile phone or OneKey Token (for 2FA)
- SingPass User ID and Password
RSVP Singapore The Organisation of Senior Volunteers is a non-profit organisation and an Institution of Public Character that was started in 1998. Since its inception, RSVP Singapore has been actively engaging seniors in purpose-driven volunteerism. Through impactful community service programmes, we serve more than 200,000 beneficiaries each year. These include the mentally disadvantaged, at-risk children from low income families and socially isolated seniors.