Industry 4.0 requires a different workforce.
Certis Corporate University (CCU) is the first of its kind for the security industry in Asia and it will equip Certis employees with the relevant knowledge and skillsets to be future ready.
CCU will leverage innovative learning technologies and new pedagogies to drive effective continuous learning. It will focus on developing digital, multi-skilled workers and leaders for the future.
CCU drives the development of a future-ready workforce by focusing on four core areas
Incorporating innovative technologies and methods to enhance the applied learning experience such as multiple scenario-based immersive learning
Certis supports employees in enhancing their digital skills and literacy through next generation technologies such as Cloud technology, AI, Data Analytics, Robotics and 5G technology
Training curriculum also incorporates the learning of digital skills such as Argus and Office 365 suite of tools for their daily work
Training employees to be multi-skilled workers by taking on multiple roles and develop skillsets that are needed for our Security+ offering
Providing customised leadership programmes for employees that are curated in partnership with Institutes of Higher Learning to train them to become leaders that will drive the success and growth of Certis
Certis Corporate University comprises 6 centres / offices
The Future Learning Office (FLO) researches, expands and operationalises learning sciences and delivery methods to enhance individual, team and the organisation’s learning performance in Certis.
The FLO equips Certis Corporate University with best-in-class learning and knowledge management capabilities to promote continuous learning.
FLO is global-focused, and comprises two branches – current learning branch and learning development branch.
Technology Learning Centre (TLC) collaborates with technology partners and Institutes of Higher Learning to design, develop and implement new training programmes to equip our employees with the necessary digital skills for Industry 4.0. New programmes will help employees understand and use technologies such as AI, Robotics, Data Analytics, 5G technology, Virtual Reality and Augmented Simulations.
Another key role of TLC is to introduce innovative learning technologies and methods. This enhances the learning experience and makes learning more engaging for employees in Certis.
The Centre for Culture and Leadership Development (CCLD) drives global leadership and culture development in Certis. Guided by the belief that every Certis employee is a leader, CCLD designs and delivers leadership development programmes for all levels of leadership in Certis to help them grow as a leader.
CCLD also partners Institutes of Higher Learning to research, identify and implement performance and culture building instruments and programmes to enhance team and organisational effectiveness.
Security Training Centre (STC) ensures Certis' officers are always ready to face evolving security threats by providing holistic training that exceeds regulatory requirements.
Advanced training is also provided to the officers, including upskilling and reskilling for new deployments, functions and job grades.
Scenario-based and integrated operations training are also conducted to help our officers prepare for different operations and deployments.
Aviation Security Training Centre (AvSTC) conducts functional training including Access Control, Passenger Screening as well as X-Ray Screening for Cabin Bags and Checked-in Baggage.
Using a combination of hands-on practice and the latest technology including e-Learning, training simulators and audio visual tools, AvSTC increases the training efficiency and effectiveness of officers.
AvSTC is working towards becoming the Centre of Excellence for aviation security training that harnesses the best practices and conforms to international standards as communicated in the National Civil Aviation Security Training Programme (NCASTP).
With a wealth of expertise and experience, AvSTC also provides customised training and shares best aviation security practices with global airport operators.
The Registrar and WSQ Office (RWO) is the backbone of CCU and provides daily operational support for all training programmes. We collaborate closely with internal and external stakeholders to execute end-to-end processes that cover course enrolment, attendance records and results collation.
RWO also oversees all facilities and event management functions at Certis Bukit Timah.