What Is it?
The Skills Framework (SFw) is a SkillsFuture initiative developed for the Singapore workforce to promote skills mastery and lifelong learning, and is an integral component of the Security Industry Transformation Map.
Jointly developed by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG), Workforce Singapore (WSG), and the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), together with industry associations, education institutions, training providers, organisations and unions, the Skills Framework for Security provides useful information on:
Occupations and job roles;
Existing and emerging skills; and
Training programmes for skills upgrading and mastery.
Who Is It For?
Individuals who wish to join or progress within the Security sector, to assess their career interest, identify relevant training programmes to upgrade their skills and prepare for the desired job roles.
Employers will be able to recognise these skills and invest in training their employees for career development and skills upgrading.
Training Providers can gain insights on sector trends, existing and emerging skills that are in demand, and design programmes to address the industry needs accordingly.
How Does It Work?
The SFw for Security contains information on trends, career pathways, occupations, job roles, skills and competencies and training programmes.
(i) Sector Information
This section provides information on the SFw for Security, including information on trends and workforce profiles in the sector.
Click here to download the Guide to Occupation and Skills for the SFw for Security.
(ii) Career Pathways
The Career Pathways show the possible options for vertical and lateral progression for advancement and growth. Three (3) tracks have been identified (i) Private Security, (ii) Security Consultancy, and (iii) Police Auxiliary, which encompass 11 job roles.
(iii) Skills Map
The Skills Maps covers a total of 11 job roles, critical work functions, key tasks and skills and competencies aligned to the three tracks.
(a) View the Occupations/Job Roles under the SFw for Security
Click on the tracks listed below to download the Skills Map for each track.
(iv) Skills and Competencies
The Skills and Competencies identified for each of the job roles fall under two broad classifications: (i) Technical Skills and Competencies, and (ii) Generic Skills and Competencies.
(a) View the Technical Skills and Competencies for the SFw for Security
Technical Skills and Competencies comprise occupation/job-specific knowledge, skills and abilities that a person needs to have to perform the various tasks.
Click here to view the Technical Skills and Competencies for the SFw for Security.
Security Risk Management
Security Technology Management
(b) View the Generic Skills and Competencies for the SFw for Security
Generic Skills and Competencies are employability/transferable skills and competencies.
(v) Training Programmes
The Training Programmes provide information on skills acquisition that are available for new entrants and in-service personnel to acquire skills and competencies required for various job roles in the Security sector.
(a) View the Training Programmes for new entrants
These are programmes that equip new entrants with skills and knowledge for the specific job role in the sector at their respective entry level.
Click on the tracks below to download the Training Programmes for each job role.
(b) View the Training Programmes for in-service personnel
For in-service employees who work in the Security sector and who aspire to take on more challenging roles at work, you can identify and enrol in the training programmes listed here to acquire the relevant skills.
These are programmes for in-service personnel to broaden or deepen specific skills and knowledge for the various job roles in the sector.
(c) View the Training Programmes for Generic Skills and Competencies (GSCs)
These are programmes through which individuals can acquire the GSCs, which are transferable and can be applied across sectors. The GSCs facilitate employability by supporting individuals in acquiring relevant Technical Skills and Competencies (TSCs) for various job roles in different sectors. Please click [PDF / Word] to access the GSC training programme listing.
In-service personnel can identify the top five GSCs which are required for respective job roles by referencing the Skills Maps listed in Section (iii) (a) above before refering to the listing to identify training programmes for GSCs which are considered as critical for the job roles.
For more information on Training Programmes, please visit the respective training providers’ websites or http://www.skillsfuture.sg/credit.