Need resources? Tap on these assistance programmes, grants and funding schemes to meet your hiring and training needs.
Assistance to Retrenching Companies
If you’re an employer conducting a retrenchment exercise, you must notify the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) within five days of informing affected employees. This will enable Workforce Singapore (WSG), the tripartite partners – MOM, the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) and the Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) – and other relevant agencies to help affected employees find alternative employment and/or identify relevant training to enhance employability.Read More
Career Support Programme
Receive funding under the Career Support Programme (CSP) that will enable you to offer competitive salaries to attract experienced PMETs to work and stay in employment with you.Read More
Professional Conversion Programmes
Help your PMET hires who switched careers to pick up new skills, and receive grants for course fees and salary support while doing so.Read More
Get professional advice from WSG’s Career Centres that meet the training and hiring needs of Singapore-registered companies.Read More
If you’re an SME Employer, get help in recruiting, managing and retaining PMETs and support in developing your HR capabilities, with the P-Max Scheme.Read More
Assess a jobseeker’s fit for your company via a work trial with you for up to three months. Receive funding under the Work Trial programme for their training allowances.Read More
Becoming a WSQ ATO and WSQ ATO-PEI
Want to offer accredited courses under the Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) programme? You can apply to become a WSQ Approved Training Organisation, or a WSQ Approved Training Organisation-Private Education Institution.Read More
WSQ for Employers
Hone your employees’ competitive edge through quality assured and industry-relevant training choices, or strengthen in-house training capabilities with WSQ.Read More
Learn innovatively with In.LEARN 2020, which drives the use of blended learning in Continuing Education and Training (CET), to meet the dynamic learning needs of business enterprises and individuals.Read More
Tap on the Skills Framework to design progressive human resource practices to recognise skills and make informed decisions on skills investment. Training providers can use the Skills Framework to develop industry-relevant programmes to respond quickly to employers’ and individuals’ needs.Read More
SkillsFuture Earn and Learn Programme
The SkillsFuture Earn and Learn Programme is designed in collaboration with industry to ensure relevance to employers and the growth of the sector. Recruit local fresh talent from polytechnics and the Institute of Technical Education (ITE), within three years of graduation or the Operational Ready Date for National Servicemen, and prepare them ahead of time to take up suitable job roles.Read More
Singapore’s workforce is silvering, and good workers are not always easy to find. The WorkPro scheme, jointly developed by MOM and WSG in consultation with SNEF and NTUC’s e2i, aims to meet these challenges by augmenting local manpower, encouraging workplaces to be age-friendly and progressive, and strengthening the Singaporean core of the workforce.
Companies tapping on WorkPro can receive up to $425,000 to:
- Implement and sustain flexible work arrangements for all workers
- Put in place age management practices
- Redesign your workplace and processes so they’re more suitable for older workers
Age Management Grant
Employers are encouraged to raise awareness of good age management practices, build an age-friendly workplace and assimilate their older workers within their organisation.
This grant offers up to $20,000 for companies to adopt progressive age management practices.
Job Redesign Grant
Make jobs physically easier, safer and smarter for older workers aged 50 years and above, with up to $300,000 from this grant.
A work-life friendly workplace can be supported by flexible work arrangements(FWAs) that allow employees to vary their work arrangements to suit their individual work-life needs.
With effect from 1 July 2018, the Work-Life Grant will be enhanced to provide up to $105,000 over two years to help companies implement and sustain FWAs.
Be a company everyone wants to work for because your practices cater to the diverse needs of employees!
Who can register for WorkPro?
Any company registered or incorporated in Singapore including societies and non‑profit organisations such as charities and voluntary welfare organisations.
Discover how these can help your company and apply for them here today!Read More
Grants and Schemes
Funding for Employer Based-Training
Receive funding for sponsoring your employees’ training.Read More
Funding Management System
Keep track of your funding related transactions with SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) and Workforce Singapore (WSG), including submission of claims and viewing agreements.Read More
Funding for Workfare Training Support (WTS) Scheme
Receive funding for sponsoring employees on courses to upgrade their skills. Employees have to be above 35 years old (13 years and above for Persons with Disabilities) and earning less than S$2,000 per month.Read More
Enhanced Training Support for SMEs
If you’re an SME employer, tap on the enhanced funding to send your employees for training.Read More
Better match, recruit, train and manage suitable job-seeking PMEs to your SME with the P-Max Programme.Read More
Professional Conversion Programmes
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.Read More
SkillsFuture Employer Awards
The SkillsFuture Employer Award is a tripartite initiative that recognises employers who have made significant efforts in investing in their employees’ skills development. Employers must also show strong support for SkillsFuture efforts, such as through the development of structured skills-based career pathways for their employees.Read More