The TomoWork Talent Explorer Programme
The TomoWork Talent Explorer Programme (TEP) is a short & flexible programme from 13 September 2021 to 6 October 2021, that allows Institute of Technical Education (ITE) & polytechnic students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) to widen their horizons by exploring in-demand skills & jobs in the future of work, in an inclusive environment.
In addition, participants will also get a glimpse of the next TomoWork Talent Accelerator Programme, which will offer more intense learning curves in early 2022.
We are currently looking for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) enrolled in Institute of Technical Education (ITE) and polytechnics in Singapore. In this 4-week programme, participants will explore various career paths together with like-minded peers & have access to flexible learning tracks to learn more about in-demand skills while receiving mentorship under professionals. On top of that, participants will have an opportunity to participate in the Inclusive Champion Competition & win attractive prizes.
A graduation ceremony to award certificates for the completion of the programme will be held on the last day of the programme.
Applications are Open From Now Until 31 August 2021!
The TomoWork Talent Accelerator Programme
TomoWork encourages employers to leverage on diversity in the workplace & empowers Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) to achieve gainful employment. Through the Talent Accelerator Programme, we offer the opportunity for unemployed PWDs to gain a better understanding of their talents through exciting corporate-sponsored projects & curated learning experiences to secure better job opportunities in the digital sector.
After launching TomoWork in September 2019, we have completed three runs of our Talent Accelerator Programme. The most recent batch occurred from March to May 2021 & was held in collaboration with Temasek Polytechnic.
Sumitomo Life Insurance and Temasek Polytechnic join hands in delivering Singapore’s first-of-its-kind Digital Talent Accelerator dedicated to Persons with Disabilities.
Singapore, 24th March 2021 – Sumitomo Life Insurance (Sumitomo Life) and Temasek Polytechnic (TP) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to launch a digital talent accelerator programme dedicated to persons with disabilities (PWDs). The MOU was signed by Mr. Peter Lam, Principal & CEO of TP, and Mr. Toru Shiomitsu, Senior Executive Officer of Sumitomo Life, witnessed by Guest-of-Honour, Ms. Sun Xueling, Minister of State in the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Social & Family Development.
At TomoWork, we believe that Abilities, Belonging, Leadership, Empowerment (A.B.L.E) are the key success factors in achieving the goal of an inclusive workplace. We embarked on the TomoWork A.B.L.E. Webinar series at the height of COVID-19, when we were seeking stability in a time of uncertainty. We felt that this was a crucial time to foreground the importance of Diversity & Inclusion by opening up a dialogue on how Persons with Disabilities & Corporates can work in tandem to build inclusive ecosystems.
Going forward, we want to ensure that we uplift everyone as we recover, rebuild, and reach new heights.
Accessibility: Live notetaking and sign language interpretation will be provided
Demo Day 2021
Date: Thursday, 27 May 2021
Time: 1:55 pm – 3:30 pm (GMT +8)
Time flies! The past 11 weeks have presented an immense learning curve for our participants to strengthen their employability through the sponsored learning pathways, personal development workshops & industry insights sessions, while working on real business challenges from our valued corporate sponsors.
Join us at a virtual Demo Day, the last day of the TomoWork Talent Accelerator Programme, to hear from participants on their experience & witness the solutions that they have curated to solve those business challenges!
TomoWork is an initiative built on empowering Persons with Disabilities in the workplace by encouraging companies to embrace diversity & promote inclusive employment. Led by Sumitomo Life Insurance, a leading Japanese insurer, in collaboration with Hide & Seek, a local social enterprise & member of raiSE.