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SkillsFuture is a national movement to provide Singaporeans with the opportunities to develop their fullest potential.
Helping people adapt to changing job demands and grow their skills.
For a comprehensive overview of employer programmes, please visit here.
Becoming an in-house WSQ Approved Training Organisation
Find out how you can conduct WSQ training for your employees.
Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ)
Develop a skilled workforce with WSQ training.
Enhanced Training Support for SMEs
The enhanced funding aims to encourage SMEs to send their employees for training.
MyCareersFuture.sg (MCF) is a portal that aims to provide Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents with a free job search service that matches them to relevant jobs based on the jobseeker’s skills.
Our Career Matching Services provide you with suitable jobseekers for your hiring needs, as well as programmes and funding schemes to recruit, retrain and retain employees.
Join one of our upcoming events to find out more about hiring opportunities and employee training opportunities.
Funding for Employer-based Training
General funding available to employers who sponsor their employees for training.
Funding Management System
Manage your funding related transactions with SSG and WSG.
Funding for Workfare Training Support (WTS) Scheme
Funding for companies that sponsor employees who are above 35 years old (13 years and above for Persons With Disabilities); and earning less than S$2,000 per month for training.
Enhanced funding available for SMEs to send their employees for training.
The programme encourages and enables hoteliers to value-add to existing jobs in their establishments, in order to create higher quality jobs and a heightened sense of job satisfaction amongst the employees.
The Programme supports progressive retailers under the Retail Job Redesign Framework to ensure the reskilling of the current workforce to allow them to take on new roles arising from the on-going enterprise transformation.
The P-Max Programme is a Place-and-Train programme that aims to help SMEs better match, recruit, train, and manage suitable job-seeking PMEs.
The Productivity Solutions Grant (SkillsFuture Training Subsidy) helps fund training for your employees. It covers 70% of out-of-pocket training expenses incurred by companies, capped at $10,000 per eligible company.
Professional Conversion Programmes (PCPs) help jobseekers to reskill and take on new jobs. Some PCPs include salary support for jobseekers who remain unemployed after completing the programme.
The SkillsFuture Employer Awards recognises employers that support the SkillsFuture effort and show exemplary effort in training and developing their employees through structured, skills-based career pathways.
A programme that offers suitable job opportunities to mature-age Singaporean PMETs.
A structured on-the-job-training programme, during which employers can assess a job seeker’s job fit and offer employment to suitable candidates upon completion.
iNnovative Learning 2020 or iN.LEARN 2020 is a learning innovation initiative, which will drive the use of blended learning in Continuing Education and Training (CET) to meet the dynamic learning needs of business enterprises and individuals. iN.LEARN 2020 aims to foster closer collaboration among CET partners and practitioners to enhance the quality, accessibility, and effectiveness of learning.
An employment programme to help Persons with Disabilities find employment.
A programme for ex-offenders to upgrade their skills and prepare them for employment.
This enhanced place-and-train programme aims to place professionals, managers, executives and technicians (PMETs) in small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Through P-Max, PMETs will be matched to suitable positions in SMEs, and they will also be able to acquire the skills to help them excel in an SME.
Placement programmes to assist PMETs in reskilling to switch careers, so they can take on new jobs that are in demand and in industries with good career prospects.
WSQ is a national credential system that trains, develops, assesses, and recognises individuals for the key competencies that companies look for in potential employees.
The Skills Framework provides up-to-date information on employment, career pathways, occupations, job roles, existing and emerging skills, as well as relevant education and training programmes. Employers can use the Skills Framework to design progressive human resource practices to recognise skills and make informed decisions on skills investment.
The SkillsFuture for Digital Workplace, formerly known as Future@Work, is a national initiative designed to equip Singaporeans with the mindset and skills to prepare for the future economy.
A work-learn programme designed to give fresh graduates from polytechnics and the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) a head-start in careers related to their discipline of study.
The SkillsFuture Employer Awards recognises exemplary and progressive employers that champion skills development. They grow their talent pool and bring the best in their employees, offering learning opportunities and structured skills-based career pathways.
WTS encourages employers to sponsor lower wage employees for training to upgrade their skills and improve the company’s business performance.
Companies can receive a grant to support the implementation of age-friendly workplaces, job redesign, and age-management practices for older workers, and for adopting flexible work arrangements for all workers.
This initiative aims to help Built Environment firms implement job redesign through a structured framework.
It is part of the Environmental Services Industry Transformation Map’s effort to help cleaning service providers and service buyers transform and grow by leveraging easy-to-adopt job redesign solutions to benefit older workers, optimise manpower resources and improve productivity.
This initiative aims to help Food Services companies incorporate job redesign through simple steps when undergoing business transformation.
This initiative aims to help Retail companies incorporate job redesign through simple steps when undergoing business transformation.
This initiative aims to help hotels incorporate job redesign through simple steps when undergoing business transformation.
Supports progressive SMEs that want to be early adopters of change; to be more productive, innovative and manpower-lean.
This programme’s objective is to train key personnel – engineers, managers, and senior staff of companies to be technology innovators to achieve manufacturing excellence.
This programme aims to help operators in the early childhood and childcare industry create a supportive and happy workplace environment for their staff.
This programme aims to guide security employers and security service buyers to transform and grow by leveraging technology and job redesign to improve work processes and create better quality jobs.
This programme aims to support lifestyle sector enterprises in their transformation efforts and to uplift organisational capabilities in innovation, job redesign and manpower planning.
Supported under the Lean Enterprise Development Scheme initiative, SMART solutions are productivity tools that provide pre-schools with an integrated package of IT solutions that better support the operations and management of pre-schools.
The SME QIANG (Quality Initiative to Assist, Nurture and Grow) programme helps to enhance productivity in SMEs, contextualised to SME’s daily operations.
This initiative is developed to help companies transform into progressive lean organisations underpinned by a strong human capital strategy to enhance competitiveness and sustain business growth.
Companies can receive a grant to support the implementation of age-friendly workplaces, job redesign and age-management practices for older workers, and for the adoption of flexible work arrangements for all workers.