Rethink 50: Be Active and Relevant
Centre For Seniors
About this course
This course focuses on the social and physiological changes impacting older persons. It covers the last 3 modules of CFS LifeWork i.e. health and family/community. Participants will learn how to monitor their own health status, understand nutritional values on food labels, keep fit through exercises and learn how to stay active and relevant by doing meaningful work and building relationships with people around them.
Singaporeans and Permanent Residents aged 50 and above may apply for a coupon code to be eligible for National Silver Academy (NSA) subsidised fees (administered by the Council for Third Age, C3A). To obtain the coupon code, please email email@example.com for verification of eligibility.
By applying for the coupon code, I confirm that I’m a Singaporean/Permanent Resident aged 50 and above and I give Centre For Seniors/C3A consent to contact me to collect and use my personal data (e.g. name, NRIC, date of birth, contact details) for the purposes of subsidy verification and application, and in accordance with the Centre For Seniors/C3A’s Personal Data Policy. Centre For Seniors/C3A’s Personal Data Policy is contained in the Personal Data Policy Statement which can be found on the Centre For Seniors/C3A Website. By applying for the coupon code, I am deemed to have read and understood Centre For Seniors/C3A’s Personal Data Policy Statement.
For participants eligible for the NSA Subsidy, please go through the verification process with the respective course provider to obtain your coupon code prior to enrolment. Please ensure that your coupon code is successfully applied and the total payment amount reflected is after discount when you are making payment. We seek your understanding that no refunds will be allowed once payment has been made.
For learners who are not eligible for NSA subsidies, please proceed with the course enrolment.
What you will learn
On completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Assess their health status and mental wellbeing.
- Plan an exercise routine to prevent common chronic diseases.
- Develop a healthy eating plan.
- Devise a plan to stay relevant.
Steven is an Adjunct Trainer with Centre For Seniors. Steven has over 15 years of professional experience advising individual clients in personal wealth management. He authored two local Study Guides ("Risk Management" and "Investment Planning") for the international Certified Financial Planner® certification course while he was a practising financial adviser.
Since 2006, he has been regularly invited by many organisations to share his expertise in seminars, forums and workshops. His public appearances include sharing his investment experience on Channel News Asia MoneyMind in 2014, discussing insurance for children with special needs in The Sunday Times in 2015, sharing his investment outlook in 2016, and doing an interview with 938NOW. He was featured sharing his views about the financial literacy level of Singaporeans in several local and regional publications, including The Straits Times, The Business Times and Asia Insurance Review.