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    SkillsFuture Credit aims to encourage individual ownership of skills development and lifelong learning. All Singaporeans aged 25 and above will receive an...

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    The Skills Framework is developed for the Singapore workforce by the government together with employers, unions, and professional bodies.

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  • early-career


    Under this programme, fresh ITE and polytechnic graduates will get placed with employers and learn through structured on-the-job training and institution based training.

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  • studyawards


    The SkillsFuture Study Awards equip Singaporeans with the skills needed to benefit from quality jobs created by our economy. As Singapore continues our...

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  • fellowships


    The SkillsFuture Fellowship is a tripartite initiative that recognises Singapore Citizens who have acquired deep skills through significant work experience in...

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  • employer-awards


    Employers play a key role in encouraging workplace learning and skills development. The SkillsFuture Employer Award is a tripartite initiative that recognises...

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  • The SkillsFuture portal, SkillsFuture Credit Portal, SkillsFuture Study Award Application System, SkillsConnect and e-services that require Singpass will not be available on 15 October, 2017, from 12:00am to 8:00am. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

  • Services that require Singpass on this website will not be available from 20 October 2017, 9pm to 21st October 2017, 6 am. The SkillsFuture Credit Portal, SkillsConnect and Training Exchange will not be available on 22 October 2017, from 12:00am to 8:00am. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

  • From 19 May 2017, SkillsFuture Credit (SFC) payments will be disbursed directly to only training providers. Training providers that offer SkillsFuture Credit-eligible courses will collect net fees from individuals, after offsetting the SFC that will be used. SSG will continue to make an exception for selected overseas Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) where SFC payments to these training providers are currently unavailable. Individuals who sign up for such programmes will be required to provide supporting payment documents as part of the claims submission process. For more information on the revised SkillsFuture Credit Claims Process, please view the user guide here.

  • SSG takes a serious view of any individual, training provider or organisation that abuses SkillsFuture funding schemes and will not hesitate to act against any who contravene our funding rules or terms of use. Should you be contacted by any individual or organisation offering suspicious offers, please inform us here.

Accountancy Sector receives more Government support with the Launch of New Skills Framework and Sapphire Initiative


Ms Indranee Rajah, Senior Minister of State for Law and Finance, launched two initiatives – the Skills Framework for Accountancy; and SAPPHIRE for the Accountancy sector today at the Singapore Accountancy and Audit Convention 2017. These initiatives were launched to equip the workforce with relevant and emerging skills to support the rapid transformation of the Accountancy sector in today’s digital age.

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Official Launch of Skills Framework for Logistics to Catalyse Transformation of Logistics Sector


The Skills Framework for Logistics was officially launched at the grand opening of Supply Chain City this morning, as part of the government’s push to accelerate transformation across the logistics sector. The Skills Framework echoes Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s speech at the event, where he outlined the importance of productivity and innovation, alongside manpower efforts and enterprise-focused strategies, in catalysing the overall growth of the industry. PM Lee also discussed the support extended to companies to catalyse growth beyond Singapore.

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Electronics Industry Transformation Map - Building the Electronics Industry of Tomorrow


Mr S Iswaran, Minister for Trade and Industry (Industry), launched the Electronics Industry Transformation Map (ITM) today at the opening of JTC nanoSpace @ Tampines. Developed by a multi-agency team together with industry partners, unions and trade associations, the ITM maps out strategies that will build the electronics industry of tomorrow. Through the ITM efforts, the industry is expected to achieve a manufacturing value-add of S$22.2 billion and introduce 2,100 new PMET jobs by 2020.

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