Please be informed that our school will be closed for Chinese New Year from 10th Feb 2021 to 20th Feb 2021.
We will resume our business operations on 22nd Feb 2021 (Monday).
We would like to wish everyone a Happy and Prosperous Lunar New Year!
Let’s face it. The notion of working from home sounds exciting as you get to work in your sweatpants and save hours from commuting to the office. Yet, working and living in the same space can be challenging. It gets hard to separate work and play. Plus, you’re likely to end up feeling unproductive.
If you’re facing difficulties staying focused and productive, we’ve got three tips to get you back on track.
Like every typical workday, get yourself up from bed and ready for work. Set a morning routine with the intention of being productive. Jot down tasks that needs to be completed in a to-do list. A routine will keep you grounded while being organized will enable you to focus on work without being distracted by Netflix or Instagram.
While you might not have a spare room to turn into a mini office, you will need a dedicated workspace to complement your working style. Choose a space that is conducive and free from distractions. It could be a corner at your dining table or even in a guestroom. You can even personalize your workspace to mimic it as an actual office setting.
According to a report by Buffer, many remote workers have difficulties unplugging after work. If you’re new to remote work, you might feel that you have to constantly validate your workload. On some days, you could feel overwhelmed by feeling unproductive.
Try to schedule mini breaks or even mindfulness practices such as meditation or a five-minute stretch. It’s important to cultivate a work-life balance to ensure that you don’t burn out from working at home.
Log off from your laptop and enjoy your evenings. Also, it helps to manage practical expectations with work.
In lieu with nationwide circuit-breaker measures, Genetic Computer School will be closed from 7 April – 4 May 2020.
We would like to advise that upcoming classes in April will be rescheduled. We will be in touch with registered students regarding rescheduled classes.
During this period, we would like to stay connected with you. If you require any assistance, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the contact form via our website (www.genetic.edu.sg). Alternatively, you can drop us a message and get the latest updates via our social media channels.
Let’s stay safe and strive to stem the spread of COVID-19 together!
At Genetic Computer School (GCS), we prioritize the well-being of all our staffs and students.
Following an advisory from the Committee for Private Education (CPE), GCS will adhere to all precautionary measures as advised by MOE and MOH. In order to safeguard the health of our staffs and students, GCS has adopted the following precautionary measures:
1. All staffs and students are strongly advised to avoid travelling to Hubei province in China and defer all non-essential travel to the rest of mainland China.
2. Staffs or students who have been put on a leave of absence should stay at home and avoid having close contact with the public.
3. With immediate effect, all staffs and students are required to fill in the travel declaration form if they have traveled/will be travelling between 14 January 2020 to 31 March 2020.
4. With effect from 31 January 2020 (Friday), all staffs and students with recent travel history to mainland China are to be placed on a 14-day LOA from the day of return from mainland China.
Please note that a 14-day Leave of Absence (LOA) applies to all staffs and students returning from China from 14 January 2020 or later. The LOA starts from the day of arrival in Singapore.
5. All staffs and students who have returned from China will be monitoring their temperature on a daily basis. Staffs/students who are unwell should visit a doctor immediately and declare their travel history. If the staff/student have any fever or respiratory symptoms, they must wear a surgical mask and seek medical attention immediately.
For latest updates, you may refer to the Ministry of Health Facebook page.
We have moved our head office to the following address:
167 Jln Bt Merah Tower 4,
#06-11A Singapore 150167
Tel: +65 6339 7588
Telephone and fax number are the same.
Take the opportunity to learn Digital Marketing.
Some of the benefits of registering to a Digital Marketing course:
✅ Improve the business web presence
✅ Use different social media platforms for the business
✅ Use social media to assist in the promotion and lead generation
✅ Use analytics to improve social media campaigns and many more.
We will start our classes on June 29, 2019.
On July, our school will be offering two additional courses under the Retail Framework and these courses are Workplace Communication and Work in a Team