Our Research Surveys

  • Training and Adult Education (TAE) Landscape Study 2022

    The Institute for Adult Learning is conducting a national Training and Adult Education (TAE) Landscape Study 2022, funded by SkillsFuture Singapore, to gather information about the organisations and professionals working in the TAE sector.

    This current project, TAE Landscape 2022, is the second iteration of the TAE Landscape series and seeks to collect the latest data about the TAE sector from 2021 to 2023, e.g. changes in the profile of TAE organisations and professionals, TAE jobs and skills, as well as developments in TAE business and practice in relation to pedagogical innovation, business innovation, productivity, digitalisation and internationalization.

    The findings will help us better understand the state of the TAE sector and provide key information that can help improve programmes and initiatives meant for the TAE community.

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  • International Survey of Adult Skills Cycle 2

    The International Survey of Adult Skills is the major survey conducted as part of the Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC). PIAAC is an initiative of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) that measures the level of distribution of skills among the adult populations as well as the extent of skills use in different contexts.

    In Singapore, the second cycle of this survey is commissioned by the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG), and implemented by the Institute for Adult Learning (IAL), which also managed the first cycle of the survey.

    Selected participants will receive an invitation letter to take part in the field trial, conducted from April to June 2021. 

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  • Study on Workplace Discrimination, Harassment & Injury

    IAL is conducting a study on workplace discrimination, harassment and injury in Singapore to better understand the state of workplace discrimination, harassment, and injury in Singapore and their impact on career trajectories and employment vulnerability. 

    We are seeking the participation of the (i) General Public and (ii)  Working Professionalsto participate in this survey. 

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  • Critical Core Skills Profiling Study

    IAL is conducting a study to establish the core skills profiles of a range of occupation groups along with the general mode and nature of core skills development within and between those groups. 

    Selected residents aged 20 to 70 from selected households will be chosen to take part in this survey. 

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