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The Capability Transfer Programme (CTP) aims to improve local-foreign workforce complementarity, by facilitating transfer of capabilities from foreign specialists to locals. The CTP will complement existing capability development programmes administered by other Government agencies, to plug capability gaps quickly in today’s fast-changing global market.
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The CTP encourages:
a) a culture of pervasive capabilities transfer across all sectors and entities; and
b) companies/associations/professional bodies to develop and acquire new capabilities in Singapore by ensuring that there is sufficient supply of Singaporeans with the requisite skillsets.
All project proposals will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, taking into consideration:
a) our existing local capability gaps;
b) the potential impact of the transfer of capabilities to locals; and
c) linkage of the project to the industry as a whole.
Funding support for the CTP can include components such as attachment-related costs and salary support for foreign specialists, local specialists, and local trainees on overseas attachments to acquire new capabilities. In the case of industry-wide projects, funding for equipment cost and venue cost may also be considered on a case-by-case basis. Support levels will be determined by Workforce Singapore (WSG) in consultation with relevant sector agencies, on a co-funding basis where applicable.
For more information, download the factsheet and FAQs.
If your organisation has new capability transfer projects in mind, you can get in touch with WSG via this link.