Join us for a memorable learning and gifting experience this season at the LLI Skills Bazaar!
 

Featured Highlights

Glitter Slime Making Workshop

Organiser: School of Concepts
Price: $10 (U.P. $16)
Time: 2pm - 2.30pm


Excited about making your own slime? Use decorative googly eyes, sprinkle glitter or throw in a splash of colours to customise your slime.

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Colourful Christmas Ornaments

Organiser: Anjali Venkat
Price: $10 (U.P. $21)
Time: 3pm - 4pm


Celebrate a Colourful Christmas. Make 2 Christmas Ornaments in Glass Mosaic.

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Christmas Bauble

Organiser: SgArtClass
Price: $10 (U.P. $30)
Time: 3pm - 4pm


Make your unique bauble with a huge array of decorations ranging from glitter, paints, stickers, moss, beads, markers amongst many other things.

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Reclaimed Pallet Wood Tray

Organiser: Triple Eyelid Studio
Price: $10 (U.P. $32)
Time: 3pm - 4pm


Learn to make a simple wooden desk tray using reclaimed pallet wood!

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DIY Snow Globe

Organiser: SgArtClass
Price: $10 (U.P. $32)
Time: 3pm 4.30pm


DIY your own snow globe with the decorative items available. You are free to customise and beautify your artwork.

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Christmas Fairy Light LED Glass Jar Lantern

Organiser: FloraClay, Singapore
Price: $10 (U.P. $30)
Time: 5pm - 6pm


Prettify your home this Christmas with a Christmas Fairy Light LED Glass Jar Lantern transformed into a work of art.

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Snowman Plushie

Organiser: SgArtClass
Price: $10 (U.P. $30)
Time: 5pm - 6pm


Create your own no sew snowman plushie for Christmas using socks and assorted embellishments.

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LLI Skills Bazaar

The LLI Skills Bazaar aims to promote lifelong learning and cultivate the mindset of giving back to the community through the use of skills. Friends and families can come together to learn new skills to create personalised gifts through the interactive workshops and purchase unique gifts from the independent skills market stalls. With the festive spread of food, look forward to savour and unwind at this fun and heart-warming bazaar!

 

 

Organised by

Since its' launch in 2013, the Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) is one of the two Continuing Education and Training (CET) campuses set up by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG). As a vibrant adult-learning campus, LLI serves as a gateway for in-demand skills training and professional upgrading programmes.

LLI supports:

  • the workforce in their progression and capability develop needs
  • employers to address their manpower needs
  • CET providers to deliver best-in-class training programmes

 

 

Beneficiaries

AWWA is a non-profit organisation that aims to empower the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead dignified and independent lives. Today, AWWA serves over 10,000 clients a year - enhancing the quality of lives of children and youth with special needs and disabilities, caring for families and caregivers as well as seniors with health and social needs, whilst advocating for an inclusive community.

 

The Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) was founded in May 1962 by a group of philanthropists who believed in the potential abilities of persons with intellectual disability. They recognized the need to provide equal opportunities for children with intellectual disabilities to receive education and later, to be integrated as contributing and responsible citizens in Singapore.

Since then, MINDS has grown to become one of the oldest and largest non-governmental organisations catering to the needs of persons with intellectual disability (PWIDs) in Singapore.

MINDS runs 4 Special Education Schools; 3 Employment Development Centres (EDCs); 8 Training and Development Centres (TDCs); 2 Homes (one for adults, one for children); 1 Hostel (for adults), and a Caregivers Support Centre and home-based care services to cater to the educational, vocational, social and welfare needs of people with intellectual disability. MINDS also runs the Me Too! Club, a befriending programme to PWIDs who are socially isolated or are unable to participate in community-based services. Since the start of 2016, MINDS was appointed by the National Council for Social Service (NCSS) as the service administrators for the Appropriate Adult (AA) programme which provides support to persons with intellectual disability or mental illness for interviews/investigations.

To further complete our services and ensure sustainable employment opportunities for our clients, we also have our own Allied Health Professionals and Social Enterprise Department.

 

 

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