SINGAPORE: Creative industries in Singapore can soon enhance their ranks with better—equipped professionals, as they seek to develop their businesses.
The Singapore Media Academy and Singapore Workforce Development Agency have launched a Specialist Diploma in Interactive Media.
The programme is designed to help professionals thrive in today’s rapidly changing media landscape.
Azzli Jamain, director, Creative & Professional Services Division, WDA, said: "This course is the first of a series of diploma level programmes that we are developing, together with the Singapore Media Academy, for the media sector.
"Our intent is really to help develop the media companies, as well as the professionals working in this sector, who are constantly facing or rather operating in a dynamic and competitive environment."
Rabiatul—Adawiah Yahya, managing director, SMA, said: "Some of these fundamental business programmes that we are offering under this course would be areas like intellectual property law, areas like budgeting and financial planning, strategic planning, and design principles."
Those who are keen to take up the diploma can do so full—time or part—time.
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