All organisations, companies, societies and non-profit organisations registered or incorporated in Singapore are eligible to apply for the scheme. Organisations who have tapped on government assistance schemes in the past, for similar funding components, may not qualify for some specific grant components.
Companies can receive funding support for the following:
Up to $200,000 per organisation
A mandatory component under ETS that supports the cost of structured non-WSQ training (including e-learning or mobile-learning modes of delivery) and structured On-the-Job training (OJT), with bundled Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) training hours forming at least 30% of an enterprise training plan.
One-time grant of $20,000 per organisation
Helps you build your in-house capabilities in the areas of training delivery and infrastructure.
Curriculum Contextualisation and Alignment Grant
Up to $52,000 per organisation
Helps you defray costs in developing and/or contextualising WSQ training modules, both in terms of content and training delivery. This includes developing new WSQ e-learning/ mobile-learning curriculum, and contextualising or converting existing WSQ training modules to e-learning/mobile-learning modes. This grant will also support the development of OJTblueprints.
HR Development Grant
Up to $60,000 per organisation
Develop a system to administer and monitor a holistic training plan which would include identifying skills needed of your employees and developing training pathways; or
Integrate WSQ into your training plans and HR policy; or
Enhance existing or develop new learning and development systems to support adoption of WSQ and measure learning gains; or
Develop career progression pathways, tied to the training roadmap with WSQ components
Compensation and Benefits System Review Grant
Up to $15,000 per organisation
Helps you defray costs of engaging consultancy agencies to conduct enterprise-wide industry salary benchmark reviews and restructuring of wages, to attract local talent and retain them in a tight labour market.