It’s been almost 3 months since our Skills Development Courses have been suspended due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
We know that many of you can’t wait to get back to classes and to learning again. But for the meantime, let’s pray and ask God to end the pandemic.
Over the course of the last few weeks, some students have been sharing with us videos and photos of their new recipes that they have learnt over the period of the circuit breaker.
Your excitement and enthusiasm to learn have inspired all of us!
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing with you some recipes that you can try while staying at home.
First up, Mummy Jan, a familiar face from the Skills Development Ministry and Office will share with us a QUICK and SIMPLE Roti John recipe.
TRY IT! and let us know if you like it or have done different versions of it.
4 slices of French loaf
1 red onion (diced)
2 slices of sardines
1 chilli (sliced finely)
4 tablespoon of oil
Salt and pepper to taste
2 tablespoon of tomato sauce
- Mash the sardines with a fork, add onion and chilli.
- Beat 2 eggs into the sardine mix. Salt and pepper to taste.
- Heat oil in a pan.
- Spread egg mix on a slice of French loaf and fry till cook on slow fire.
- Serve with tomato sauce.
Keep learning and sharing with us!
We certainly hope that you will continue to learn during this time even when classes are suspended. Don’t give up on your dreams for the future! Take this time as a period to plan and learn. Get creative today!
We hope that employers can continue to encourage and take this opportunity to share with your FDWs some ideas on how they can plan for their future as well.
You may consider some of these resources below:
How to write a business plan?
Need some inspiration from an ACMI Alumni?
We’re keen to continue providing support – physical, emotional and mental assistance to vulnerable migrants – workers, families and individuals alike during this period of COVID-19.
Here are some things you can do:
- If you know of a migrant (worker, family, individual) who needs support during this time, please provide them with our helpline number 9188 9162. A case worker will attend to their need.
- If you would like to reach out and offer support and care to migrant workers at the dormitories or vulnerable transnational families, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Help a fellow migrant or foreign friend you know who is in Singapore. Call them or even offer a word of encouragement.
This is certainly a challenging and scary time for all of us. But know that we all can do our part to render help to one another. Every effort no matter how small, will go a long way.
Let us remain united and work together and do our part!
We’ll get through this!