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Technical Visit to Rolls-Royce Singapore @ Seletar Aerospace Park

Time: 1:30PM – 5:45PM


Rolls-Royce develops and delivers complex power and propulsion solutions for safety-critical applications in the air, at sea and on land. Singapore is one of five global hubs for Rolls-Royce. From its earliest known presence in the 1930s in defence aviation, today, Rolls-Royce has established itself as a strategic partner in Singapore’s aerospace sector growth. Singapore is also the regional customer service centre for its Civil Aerospace, Defence and Power Systems businesses. 


During this visit, you will gain insights into the engineering technologies in aerospace. Get to know the skills required in the industry amid the energy transition and tour the 154,000 square metres Rolls-Royce Singapore Seletar Campus, which houses the fan blade production operations, engine training facility and technology labs. Take this opportunity to also inquire about our engineers’ career paths and experiences.

DT|UX Learning Journey

Time: 2PM – 3:30PM


The DT|UX Learning Journey is an interactive display of Singapore Polytechnic’s Innovation Framework, which is driven by Humanity-Centred Innovation. This multimedia experience shows how SP has helped transform organisations in Singapore and Southeast Asia, and how you can start your own innovation journey. By exploring the impact of design thinking on people, planet, processes, products, and profitability, you can gain insight into how this framework can help your organisation be prepared for the future.


The DT|UX Learning Journey focuses on humanity-centred innovation, providing a unique opportunity to explore the intersection of design thinking and user experience, and how they can help your organisation drive innovation and growth.

HR Learning Journey

Time: 2PM – 3:30PM


The amalgamation of digitalization, supply chain disruptions, climate change, and geopolitical tensions has led to a tumultuous disruption affecting businesses and the market. Consequently, the workforce of the future must adapt to keep up with the demands of the future market.


The Human Resource Learning Journey (HRLJ) is a specialised programme developed by Singapore Polytechnic and the Institute for Human Resource Professionals to help organisations initiate their transformation journey for both their company and workforce through human capital practices and development. The HRLJ focuses on three critical HR areas where companies often struggle: Onboarding, Performance Management, and Learning and Development, and aims to advance HR’s role as a strategic driver of business and workforce transformation, leading to empowered organisations that prioritise the development of their employees.

AI Learning Journey

Time: 2PM – 3:30PM


In today’s business landscape, leveraging the power of AI is essential for companies looking to stay competitive.


The AI Learning Journey by Singapore Polytechnic is designed to showcase practical AI solutions, illustrating how suitable technologies can improve business processes while providing employees with opportunities to build skills to support the companies’ data-driven digital transformation aspirations.

Advanced Manufacturing Learning Journey (AMLJ)

Time: 2PM – 3:30PM


The Advanced Manufacturing Learning Journey (AMLJ) is designed to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the manufacturing industry embrace Industry 4.0 technologies.


Co-developed with TÜV SÜD, this program is divided into three distinct zones – Digitalisation, Integrated, and Smart – each representing a different stage of i4.0 transformation. By participating in the AMLJ, SMEs gain valuable insights into how they can digitalize their manual processes, connect machines and equipment to extract valuable information, and integrate these systems across the value chain.


The AMLJ also highlights the importance of using Singapore Industry Readiness Index (SIRI) as a transformation tool to prepare enterprises for emerging technologies.


To date, over 450 manufacturing enterprises have experienced the SP-AMLJ and have been inspired to embark on their own transformation journeys while upskilling their workforce along the way.

Embracing Sustainable Engineering Solutions in the Built Environment

Time: 2PM – 4PM


Towards a more sustainable and climate resilient future in the built environment with sustainable strategies to address the issues of climate change, rising sea level and carbon emissions. Join us to hear from our multi-disciplinary leading professionals as they share their experiences and innovative engineering solutions to solve challenging problems in design / construction for large-scale projects with sustainability goals and outcome in mind.

Dr. Du Hongjian

Senior Lecturer, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, National University of Singapore


Promoting Urban Sustainability through Resource Circularity

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Mr Benjamin Lee Sze Chong

Project Director, Teambuild Engineering & Construction Pte Ltd


Transforming Singapore's Construction Industry: Adoption of Robotic Solutions at Construction Site

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Dr. Serene Tay Hui Xin

Research Fellow, Tropical Marine Science Institute, National University of Singapore


Dominant Coastal Processes in Singapore: Computer modelling for Coastal Engineering and Design

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Tan Su Chern

Director, Technical Services Division, JTC


Using Engineering as An Enabler to Enhance Flood Resilience Against Climate Change & Solarise Our Industrial Estates

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