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Nurturing Results for
K-12 Education
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The Southeast Asian Private Education market is valued at

US$ 60 billion.

More than 900

Private and International schools are operating in Southeast Asia.

Top Southeast Asian Markets
by Number of Schools
Top Southeast Asian Markets
by Student Enrolment
Indonesia

Indonesia

Thailand

Thailand

Malaysia

Malaysia

Malaysia

Malaysia

Thailand

Thailand

Singapore

Singapore

Build
Attractive Pathways

I started career planning (for my children) when they were very young – at 5 years old.

Celine Yap, Parent

In line with the continued evolution in technology and the economy, students are today presented with a multitude of options for their future – most of which may now be nurtured within K-12. Parents are also more discerning as well as increasingly conversant with the various intra-curricular and extra-curricular components required in providing a well-rounded education experience for their children.

The battleground amongst K-12 institutions have thus now extended beyond competition over the provision of core curricular qualifications into the delivery of a holistic education experience that nurtures the student for his/her career of choice. Herein lies the importance of offering a diversity of pathways leading to not only traditional, but also trending, careers.

BE EARLY

Engage students and parents at the earliest opportunity.

DELIVER FUTURE SKILLS

Provide varied intra-curricular components that lead toward future skills.

NURTURE CAREERS

Impart career advice including choice of pathways.

QMA Education K-12 Student
We provide support in:

Developing strategies

for K-12 pathway development.

Gathering local market intelligence

in understanding the current as well as future workplace & careers.

Matching with partners

that can deliver intra-curricular programmes.

Educating
for the Future

STAY AHEAD

Prepare students for the evolving needs of businesses, industries, and markets.

IMMERSE STUDENTS IN TECHNOLOGY

Expand and deepen student understanding of technology.

NURTURE FUTURE CAREERS

Expose students to the various pathways, jobs and careers of the future.

New categories of jobs will emerge, partly or wholly displacing others. The skill sets required in both old and new occupations will change in most industries and transform how and where people work.

World Economic Forum

Automation is projected to push employers toward shrinking 50% of their workforce by 2022, with the mining, consumer, energy and financial services industries projected to reduce manpower requirements by between 55% and 72%. Likewise, 9% of occupations in 2030 are expected to be new.

With these in mind, how do we prepare our children for a future where automation and its constituents including robotics, artificial intelligence, big data, etc. dominate?

There is also increasing pressure from parents for schools to better prepare their children for the future workplace. Schools need to equip students with the skills required in the future, through well-implemented programmes contributing toward leadership in the marketplace.

We provide support in:

Developing strategies

for enriching future skill development.

Identifying areas of future skills

that are ideal for your students.

Matching with products and services

that support the delivery of future skills.

QMA-K12-Student-2
bringing technology
into the Classroom

New categories of jobs will emerge, partly or wholly displacing others. The skill sets required in both old and new occupations will change in most industries and transform how and where people work.

World Economic Forum

Over the past decade, there has been widespread adoption of technology in teaching and learning within classrooms. To keep up with learners who increasingly demand personalised learning, schools need to understand the hows and identify the wheres of technology to enjoy highest returns from their investment.

Despite huge investments in the area, however, results have been mixed.

STAY AHEAD

Prepare students for the evolving needs of businesses, industries, and markets.

IMMERSE STUDENTS IN TECHNOLOGY

Expand and deepen student understanding of technology.

NURTURE FUTURE CAREERS

Expose students to the various pathways, jobs and careers of the future.

QMA Education K-12 Teacher
We provide support in:

Developing strategies

for technological adoption.

Matching with products and services

that support the delivery of richer learning experiences.

Managing the deployment of technology

into the classroom.