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Singapore Media Academy

Singapore Media Academy
新加坡传媒学院
Established 2005
Type Public
Location Clarke Quay, Singapore
Campus 12,000 square feet
Website www.mediaacademy.sg

Singapore Media Academy (SMA) (Chinese: 新加坡传媒学院), a wholly owned subsidiary of MediaCorp, is an appointed Media Continuing Education and Training (CET) centre for the Creative Industries. Incorporated since November 2005, Singapore Media Academy offers training, educational and consultancy services to address the needs of the local and regional media industries.

Continuing Education and Training (CET) Centre

SMA was appointed by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) in October 2008 as a media Continuing Education and Training (CET) centre to offer WSQ training under the Creative Industries WSQ (CI WSQ) framework, which was developed to address manpower and training needs of the media industry in Singapore.[1]

The campus is currently situated at Clarke Quay, Riverside Point, to provide training at subsidised rates for aspiring talents and working professionals seeking to embark on a career in the media industry.[2]

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  • Singapore Media Academy

References

  1. ^ Lim, Cheryl (29 November 2008). "New media education & training centre to set up for working adults". Channel News Asia. Retrieved 8 April 2011. 
  2. ^ "WDA and Singapore Media Academy unveil new CET facility to train media professionals". Workforce Development Agency. Retrieved 8 April 2011. 
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