Global Executive Academy (GEA) is an Executive Training Center in academic partnership with reputable Universities globally from United States, Australia, China, Malaysia and Singapore. GEA focuses on providing top notch internationally recognized education and corporate training to working Professionals & leaders. GEA’s world class faculty helps shape Professionals into global leaders with their extensive knowledge and expertise.
GEA Institute is a private education institute registered with the committee for private education (CPE) in Singapore providing higher education programmes and training workshops to working adults. GEA Institute is also a member of the GEA umbrella which has executive training schools in Malaysia and China. GEA focuses on providing internationally recognized education and corporate training to working Professionals & leaders. GEA’s experienced and qualified faculty helps shape Professionals into global leaders with their extensive knowledge and expertise.
The Committee for Private Education (CPE) was appointed by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) Board.
SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Education (MOE). It drives and coordinates the implementation of the national SkillsFuture movement, promotes a culture and holistic system of lifelong learning through the pursuit of skills mastery, and strengthens the ecosystem of quality education and training in Singapore.
SSG strengthens the adult training infrastructure by taking on all existing functions of the Committee for Private Education (CPE), as well as guiding the Institute for Adult Learning (IAL) to enhance the capabilities and professionalism of adult educators. SSG plays a key role in the quality assurance for private education institutions and adult training centres. Together with educational institutions and training partners, SSG ensures that students and working adults have access to high quality, industry-relevant training throughout life. SSG also brings together synergies in continuing education and training (CET) and pre-employment training (PET), so skills requirements will continue to meet the demands of different sectors of the economy. (From SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) Website.)