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We are Singapore’s first dedicated provider in healthcare training, with a mission to transform lives and build a healthier society by educating and empowering people to care for others. To date, we have impacted more than 400,000 individuals in their lifelong learning journey.

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    A Social Enterprise

    We are Singapore’s first dedicated provider in healthcare training, with a mission to transform lives and build a healthier society by educating and empowering people to care for others. To date, we have impacted more than 400,000 individuals in their lifelong learning journey.

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      HMI Institute of Health Sciences (“HMI Institute”), owned by Health Management International Pte Ltd, is a dedicated private provider of healthcare training in Singapore and one of two SkillsFuture Singapore appointed Continuing Education and Training Centres for the healthcare support sector since 2009.

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      新加坡罕见疾病协会和新康学院签署合作备忘录,为照顾患有罕见疾病病人的看护者,推出量身定制的培训计划。 培训计划改编自劳动力发展局的新技能资格课程,让看护者具备必要的能力,应对照顾罕见病患者时的挑战。 此外,合作协议也将致力提高罕见病群体在医疗保健和社区护理领域的就业能力。 双方今早(23日)在文化、社区及青年部兼贸工部政务部长陈圣辉的见证下,签署备忘录。 新加坡罕见疾病协会目前照顾200多名受益人,他们所患的罕见疾病超过100种。 Source: https://www.8world.com/singapore/rare-disorders-society-and-hmi-institute-sign-memorandum-2408856

      “在她出生后的第一年,我经历了过山车般的情绪波动,主要是感到内疚。因为我不明白为什么她会有这样的情况,她在肚子里时一切都是正常的,直到出生后才察觉到不同。除了内疚,我还须要学习如何照顾她,同时还有一个一岁多的儿子要照顾。” 39岁的李锦钻是一名全职看护者,受访时分享了她照顾女儿的心路历程。12岁的孙昱恩出生后无法吞咽、不会说话也无法动弹。目前,她正等待第二次基因检测的结果。 新加坡罕见疾病协会星期六(3月23日)与新康学院(HMI Institute)签署谅解备忘录,共同推出一项针对罕见病患看护者的培训计划。贸工部兼文化、社区及青年部政务部长陈圣辉受邀担任活动主宾。 这是本地首创针对罕见病患看护者的护理培训,课程将采用体验式学习方法,并穿插情境模拟训练,旨在使看护者能够在培训结束后立即将所学知识应用在生活中。 新康学院总经理李文俊受访时说:“考虑到罕见病的复杂性,看护者须要专业的知识和技能来提供适当的护理,而这超出了一般护理课程的覆盖范围。”   新加坡罕见疾病协会 目前照顾200多名患者及家人 新加坡罕见疾病协会目前照顾着200多名患者及家人,涵盖了100多种罕见病。 这些患者的护理需求包括各种治疗,如语言、物理和康复治疗、长期插管喂食、使用医疗设备供氧等。 新加坡罕见疾病协会主席黄雪玉培说,培训计划是为照顾罕见病患的看护者量身定制的。 “希望看护者在照顾病患时可以更自信。这也有助于改善对病患的护理,营造一个积极的护理环境。” 课程预计在三个月后推出,首批将有30名看护者参加。 李锦钻受访谈及女儿孙昱恩的病情时,仍然情绪激动。她回忆起最初得知女儿情况时的茫然无措。 后来,通过竹脚妇幼医院的医疗团队,她了解并申请加入新加坡罕见疾病协会。在协会中,她结识了许多有着相似经历的家庭,得到了他们的支持和帮助,“这使我不再感到孤单和无助”。 Source: https://www.zaobao.com.sg/news/singapore/story20240323-3206171

      96.3 Hao FM is targeting digital migrants aged between 45 to 54. The station offers bite-sized capsules covering topics on lifestyle, healthcare, and finance/wealth planning. In this session, Mr. Lee Mun Choon Jeremiah, General Manager of HMI Institute, and Ms.…

      Our alumna, Ms Shirley Goh, was given the opportunity to share her mid-career transition journey on Channel 8’s "The Budget & You 2024" programme.At 43 years old, motivated by her curiosity and her desire to contribute to society in a…

      Our alumnus, Mr Vanu Subramaniam, was given the opportunity to share his mid-career transition journey on Channel 5's News Tonight with Minister for Education Mr Chan Chun Sing.At the age of 62, he made a career switch to healthcare, leading…

      Singapore, 22 February 2024 – AETOS Training Academy (ATA) has inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with leading private healthcare education provider, HMI Institute of Health Sciences (HMI Institute), to empower professionals and contribute to enhanced community well-being through bespoke medical…

      Photo credits to SkillsFuture SingaporeThe Skills Demand for the Future Economy 2023/24 report highlights key insights for individuals and enterprises to make informed decisions on jobs and skills matters.During the Launch of the Skills Demand for the Future Economy Report,…

      Those looking to move to new careers can now get a clear pathway of progression, thanks to the latest report by SkillsFuture Singapore. Six in-demand jobs that account for 74 per cent of job postings from 2019 to 2022 were…

      https://youtu.be/UYhEOS24w_I?feature=shared&t=32In this episode Minister of State for Education and Manpower Gan Siow Huang, along with guests, discussed the challenges related to self-improvement.Our alumna, Ms Karina Tan, shared her mid-career transition experience and discussed on the initiatives available to support mid-career…

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKXcUYZl9bc&t=12sEight in 10 people aged under 30 have yet to use SkillsFuture credits to upskill. Across all ages, it's about seven in 10, since the scheme started in 2015. The agency behind the national lifelong learning movement is urging more…

      BY: ALAN CHIANG Published May 7, 2023 The fast-changing nature of work has prompted many Singaporeans to upgrade their skills to stay relevant. TODAY’s Voices section is publishing first-hand accounts of young Singaporeans who have recently done so to give their careers…

      Source: https://www.zaobao.com.sg/ news/singapore/story20221101-1328396 Source: https://www.zaobao.com.sg/news/singapore/story20221101-1328396

      Caregivers looking to improve their healthcare skills or learn more about common health issues can soon tap an online guide. It is run by healthcare training provider HMI Institute, which wants to improve access to care for all.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQ9dGix6qvISource: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQ9dGix6qvISource: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQ9dGix6qvI

      Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys are joined by Ms Chin Wei Jia, Group CEO,  HMI to talk about the new community initiatives that HMI Institute is launching and the aim of easing the burden on home caregivers…

      SINGAPORE - They hailed from industries such as aviation and food and beverage, but found their calling as healthcare support workers when the chance arose.When Mr See Yong Kang, 28, lost his job as a service crew member in a…

      Social enterprise furthers its mission to uplift capabilities and build a resilient and future-ready healthcare workforce through workplace-centric and digitally enabled training programmes.In conjunction with the 20th anniversary celebrations, HMI Institute is launching the Carebuddy Community Initiative to help improve…

      BY: LYN CHAN Published May 25, 2022 When Singapore imposed a stringent circuit breaker in April 2020 to curb escalating Covid-19 infections, Ms Yulia Suriaatmadja, like so many others, found her world upended. Just a month earlier, the 50-year-old had…

      BY: CAROL GOHPublished October 24, 2021             Updated October 25, 2021Seeing that Covid-19 has led to a manpower shortage in healthcare, the writer decided to join this meaningful profession.As jobs are a top concern for Singaporeans in the Covid-19 crisis, TODAY’s…

      文:陈嘉羚    来源 :958城市频道    发布:17/02/2021 07:34    更新: 17/02/2021 07:342019冠状病毒疫情当前,许多国人面临就业挑战,有的选择中途专业。从事建筑领域相关工作15年的杨伟权去年九月决定转行,并加入“新心相连”配套下的技能提升计划,在新康学院接受培训,掌握物理治疗方面的新技能。杨伟权说,政府推出的援助计划帮助他成功转业,不仅掌握了不同岗位的新知识,还有机会到疗养院等进行实践。“目前,我正接受物理治疗助理岗位的培训课程,不过课程内容还能让我们学到其他工作岗位的知识,比如护理方面的技能。在接受培训之前,我想帮助患者,从床位移到椅子上,但我没有这方面的知识,接受培训之后我就更有信心。我的培训中,其他同学有四十多、五十多,近六十的人,他们都是抱着求职的心态,但在接受培训之后都认为我们这个年龄,在职业上还能做得更多。”44岁的林慧琳原本从事销售行业,她在去年十月决定转行,加入海事领域。“在去年的疫情期间我的朋友有鼓励我尝试转行。差距可以说是蛮大的,因为之前是建筑行业,现在这个行业很不同,不同的行业需要不同的知识、经验和人脉,从中我也学习了新的知识。我转业的时候不简单,公司给我提供了很多在职培训,我学习了数据分析等新技能,能更好帮助我为公司增值。”副总理兼财政部长王瑞杰在国会发表2021财政年预算案声明时说,政府将再拨出54亿元,通过第二期的“新心相连”就业与技能配套,继续支持国人就业和培训。Source: https://www.8world.com/singapore/budget2021-skills-1394891Source: https://www.8world.com/singapore/budget2021-skills-1394891

      2019冠状病毒疫情当前,许多国人面临就业挑战,有的选择中途专业。 从事建筑领域相关工作15年的杨伟权去年九月决定转行,并加入“新心相连”配套下的技能提升计划,在新康学院接受培训,掌握物理治疗方面的新技能。Source: 【预算案】中途转业者:培训能掌握新技能 职业前景更明朗 (16/02/2021) [Podcast] - meLISTENSource: 【预算案】中途转业者:培训能掌握新技能 职业前景更明朗 (16/02/2021) [Podcast] - meLISTEN

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