Course Directory and e-Adviser for Skills Training
Course Directory Choose your desired training area from a wide range of SSG-funded courses such as Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) courses or short courses in emerging areas and Critical Core Skills (soft skills).
e-Adviser for Skills Training For business owners to get personalised recommendations on skills training courses and SkillsFuture initiatives relevant for your business as part of the SkillsFuture Movement.
Leverage on existing SkillsFuture initiatives and resources
The full suite of enterprise initiatives and resources offered by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) and Workforce Singapore (WSG) are available here.
The initiatives are grouped into these five categories:
Develop Human Capital: Initiatives that help enterprises develop capabilities to attract, develop and retain their talent and resources
Recruit Talent: Initiatives that help enterprises recruit fresh or experienced talent
Upgrade Skills: Initiatives that help identify relevant training courses for the employees
Redesign Jobs: Initiatives that help enterprises work with solution providers to redesign jobs
Learn at the Workplace: Initiatives that help enterprises develop workplace learning culture and practices
Spotlights three economic growth areas - the Digital Economy, the Green Economy and the Care Economy. The report also has a special focus on Industry 4.0 implementation, Critical Core Skills, and the support for mid-career workers.
You can consider training your workers at the workplace and helping them get fast-tracked Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) skills certifications without the need for external training, through the WPSR programme.
Factors to consider when choosing skills training course
Course admission requirements
Track record of training provider based on learners’ reviews on the quality of skills training
Level of funding support: See step 2 on subsidies and funding
Next steps to register
Contact the training provider to confirm the following:
Course admission criteria (if any)
Funding eligibility of your organisation (SME status) and the employees you intend to register for the course(s)
Whether the course is eligible for SkillsFuture Enterprise Credit (SFEC) and Absentee Payroll (AP) funding
The net out-of-pocket amount you need to pay (after the subsidies are applied) and GST
Once you have identified your skills needs and registered your employees for the skills training courses, you can proceed to attend the relevant courses and submit your absentee payroll claims, where applicable, in step 4.