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What You Will Learn
At the end of the course, participants will be able to: 
  • Acquire clinical relevance of DTC genetic tests
  • Understand the latest FDA guidelines and Singapore’s perspectives on genetic testing
  • Know the social and legal implications
For more information on course, please click   here.
Course Information At A Glance
Application   Period 5 Jul to 13 Aug 2018
Course Date Please register for one of the courses below:
1. Consumer Genetics: What does your DNA say about you?
6 Sep 2018. Click here to apply.

2. Understanding Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing for Healthcare Professionals
11 Oct 2018. Click here to apply.
Class Time 9am to 5pm. 1 day - Thursday.
Venue
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Assessment/ Award
In-class assessment(s) required.

A Certification of Performance will be awarded to participants who have achieved at least 75% in attendance and pass all required assessment(s).
Course Fees

Singapore Citizens (SC) & PRs: $154.08
SC Qualified for WTS (Promo Code: WTS): $34.08
SC Aged 40 and Above: $58.08
SC & PR Sponsored by SME (Promo code: SME): $58.08

Full course fee: $513.60

Course fee is payable upon acceptance. It is inclusive of 7% GST and subject to review.

For more information on other subsidies, please click here.

SkillsFuture   Credit Eligibility

Eligible


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Ngee Ann Polytechnic reserves the right to reschedule / cancel any programme, modify the fees and amend information without prior notice.​

Entry Requirements
Consumer Genetics: What does your DNA say about you?
  • This is suitable for the general public, especially educators, regulators, policy makers, lawyers, investors, adoption agents, insurance agents, media/marketing professionals and athletes. 
Understanding Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing for Healthcare Professionals
  • This is suitable for healthcare professionals including nurses, doctors, dentists, healthcare aides, clinic and hospital administrative staff, scientists, counsellors, dieticians, nutritionists and public health professionals.