Training Network Model 2.0 (TNM 2.0) is a 5-year strategic project that aims to transform up to 7 SSAs to become Centres of Excellence.
The objective of TNM 2.0 is not only to build a sustainable learning ecosystem for the social service sector, but also to help enhance the capabilities and capacity of SSAs so that they, as domain experts, can offer training and consultancy services to the sector as well.
SSA Partners must select one Primary Training Area, based on their domain/training expertise, to specialise in. SSA Partners who have the capabilities are also encouraged to offer training in the secondary training areas. SSA Partners may consider partnering with other local and/or overseas organisations such as Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs) and accredited training organisations, to offer these trainings.
Table: Primary and Secondary Training Areas that can be selected by SSA Partners
Target Audience of learners
SSA Partners must also be able to deliver courses across four target segments of learners to ensure a 360-degree learning aspect of courses run. The four target segments are:
- Sector Professionals
- Board Members & Volunteers
- General Public & Corporates
Support to SSA Partners
Together with SSI, an appointed consultant will help guide SSA partners through a series of advisory and consultancy workshops and structured trainings. SSI will collaborate closely and provide support to SSA Partners in Courseware Development, Marketing Outreach & Publicity, Learning Facilities & Infrastructure and Professional Development.
To further support SSA partners to kick-start their journey in becoming Centres of Excellence, seed funding has been secured to support SSA Partners in Capability Development in the following areas:
Course fee subsidies on approved courses developed and delivered by SSA Partners under TNM 2.0 will be provided by SkillFuture Singapore (SSG).
Interested to be part of this project?
The Call-for-Proposal (CFP) briefing session will be held virtually on the 24 May 2022, 2.30pm – 4pm.
Interested parties, please register your interest here by 18 May 2022, 6pm to receive an invitation for the session, as well as the CFP documentation.
The documents will be sent by 20 May 2022, to all interested parties who have registered for the briefing.
The CFP will remain open from 20 May – 9 June 2022.
If you have any queries relating to this project, you can reach out to us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.