Inchcape Singapore & Singapore Polytechnic sign MOU to fast-track the future of sustainable mobility
Inchcape Singapore in collab with Singapore Polytechnic to fast-track sustainable mobility
Singapore - Inchcape Singapore and Singapore Polytechnic have announced a two-year collaboration to charge-up the electric vehicle readiness of the community to support Singapore in realising its EV vision as part of SG Green Plan 2030.
Through this partnership, both organisations are committed to equipping Singapore’s talent pool with future-ready skills essential in tackling the future of mobility.
The lecturers at the Singapore Polytechnic and the Inchcape Singapore Aftersales team will co-create EV technological training aimed at providing practical and industry-related knowledge to participants.
This is expected to equip talents with the necessary technological and digital capabilities to be prepared for the future of mobility.
Additionally, to further support research projects and enhance the curriculum Singapore Polytechnic student community, Inchcape Singapore has donated Lithium-ion batteries to the school, which can be used for research projects, or simply a resource tool to enhance the curriculum.
“At Inchcape Singapore, we are always seeking new and bold ways to power our drive towards a future of sustainable mobility. This partnership with SP allows us to push our ecosystem further towards this future,” said Ms. Jasmmine Wong, CEO of Inchcape Greater China and Singapore.
“Most importantly, we are committed to preparing the next-gen leaders of Singapore for the future of mobility, beginning with building an inclusive ecosystem that allows our talent to thrive in what will be a new normal for mobility,” she continues.
Mr. Soh Wai Wah, Principal and CEO of Singapore Polytechnic, said, “At Singapore Polytechnic, we believe in growing our brand of quality education in sustainability as a powerful vehicle to contribute to sustainable development. Our strategic partnership with Inchcape will promote more lifelong learning opportunities for learners of all ages, and imbue them with the knowledge and capabilities in EVs to build a future of sustainable living. Plugging EVs into sustainability education is a practical and significant step forward in our efforts to create a future of mobility that will make Singapore a greener and better place to live in.”