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Overview

SYNOPSIS

The Skills Framework is a SkillsFuture initiative developed for the Singapore workforce to promote skills mastery and lifelong learning and is an integral component of the Human Resource Industry Manpower Map. HR professionals, as key enablers of human capital development, play an important role in adopting the relevant Skills Frameworks for their companies in different industry sectors. The course aims to engage learners, primarily Human Resource (HR) professionals, to appreciate the purpose and usage of the Skills Framework for identifying skills in the respective industry sectors, designing of jobs and building of organisational capabilities for a future ready workforce.

Event Detail

Methodology

This course will comprise of short lecture, discussion and case study.

Assessment Method

Written Assessment - Case Study = 25 mins; Short Answer Questions = 15 mins. Assessor-to-Learner Ratio: Min 1: 6, Max 1: 20. Date of assessment: 26 Jun 24

*Written Assignment – Learners will be given assignments and to submit them within 7 calendar days before the assessment date. Date of submission: By 3 Jul 24

Oral Presentation on *Written Assignment = 20 mins. Assessor-to-Learner Ratio: Min 1:1, Max 1:1. Date of assessment: Learners are to select one of these dates 5 Jul | 8 Jul | 9 Jul 24. Actual time to be advised.

Course Fee

For courses commencing on or after 19 Aug 2022

Self-sponsored

Company Sponsored (SME)

Company Sponsored (Non-SME)

Before GST

After GST

Before GST

After GST

Before GST

After GST

For Non-Singaporean/SPR $ 650.00 $ 708.50 $ 650.00 $ 708.50 $ 650.00 $ 708.50
For Singapore Citizens aged below 40 years and PRs $ 325.00 $ 354.25 $ 195.00 $ 212.55 $ 325.00 $ 354.25
For Singapore Citizens aged 40 years and above $ 195.00 $ 212.55

$ 195.00

$ 212.55 $ 195.00 $ 212.55

Other Grant Support:

Support Type

Overview

More Details

SkillsFuture Enterprise Credit (SFEC)

Eligible employers will receive a one-off S$10,000 credit to cover up to 90% of out-of-pocket expenses on qualifying costs for supportable initiatives, over and above the support levels of existing schemes.

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Support End Date: 30 Jun 2024

Enhanced Training Support for SMEs (ETSS)

Recognizing the challenges that SMEs may face in sending their employees for training, the Enhanced Training Support for SMEs (ETSS) offers additional support for SMEs in the form of higher course fee subsidies.

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SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES)

Recognizing that mid-career individuals may face greater challenges in undertaking training, the Government has implemented this programme to encourage mid-career Singaporeans to upskill and reskill

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SkillsFuture Credit (SFC)

SkillsFuture Credit aims to encourage individuals to take ownership of their skills development and lifelong learning. Introduced in 2015, all Singaporeans aged 25 and above will receive an opening credit of S$500.

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Workfare Skills Support Absentee Payroll (WSS)

WSS encourages low wage workers to undertake training that leads to more impactful employment outcomes.

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Absentee Payroll (AP)

S$4.50 per hour. Capped at S$100,000 per enterprise per calendar

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Funding Eligibility Criteria:

Self-Sponsored

Company Sponsored

Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents and course fees fully paid before commencement of training.

Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents and course fees fully paid before commencement of training.

Trainee must achieve at least 75% attendance

Trainee must achieve at least 75% attendance

Trainee must pass all prescribed tests / assessments, and attain 100% competency

Trainee must pass all prescribed tests / assessments, and attain 100% competency

SBF reserves the right to claw back the funded amount from trainee if he/she did not meet the eligibility criteria

SBF reserves the right to claw back the funded amount from the employer if trainee did not meet the eligibility criteria

Trainee to provide the following details and email to jeffrey.kong@sbf.org.sg

  1. Identification (ID) Type * (i.e. NRIC, FIN and Others):
  2. ID Number*:
  3. Singaporean or Singapore PR:
  4. Name**:
  5. Learner's Designation:
  6. Date of Birth (DoB)***:
  7. Trainee Email (for notification purposes):
  8. Trainee Contact Number (for notification purposes):
  9. CV/ Resume:
  10. Employer Contact Name:
  11. SME or Non-SME:
  12. UEN Number:
  13. Employer Phone Country Code:
  14. Employer Phone Area Code:
  15. Employer Contact Email:

*For attendance and/or assessment scores to be captured for the trainee as part of the grants disbursement criteria, please ensure both ID Type and ID Number of the trainee are correctly and consistently indicated at “Enrolment” and subsequently at “Attendance” and “Assessment” (if applicable). Otherwise, attendance and/or assessment scores for the trainee will not be captured, and funding will not be accorded.

Programme/Agenda

Course Objectives

On completion of the course, the learner will be able to achieve the following learning outcomes:

  1. Explain the objectives and purpose of the five components of the Skills Frameworks to employees.
  2. Resolve employee queries related to purposes and usage of Skills Frameworks.
  3. Adapt information from Career Pathways and Occupations and Job Roles Description components of the Skills Framework to develop Skills Map for a job role in the organisation.
  4. Adapt information from Skill Description and Training Pathway components of the Skills Framework to identify organisational development interventions for a job role in the organisation.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Minimum Entry Requirement

Learners are HR professionals in respective organisations. Learners for the programme are to submit a letter from Head of Human Resource Department of the respective organisations to certify that:

  1. The learner possesses English literacy to manage routine work-related conversations and organisational procedures.
  2. The learner can interpret materials and perform writing tasks related to human resource, such as reports and forms with reasonable accuracy to meet work needs.
  3. The learner has served three or more months in a human resource role in the organisation and is aware of organisational procedures and practices.

Learners who do not meet the above requirements will not be admitted for the course. Such entry requirements will ensure that the learners have some working knowledge of the organisation’s human resource programmes and activities to appreciate how the application of the Skills Framework for the implementation of these programmes and activities.

Contact Detail

For more information the program, contact 6701 1137 at jeffrey.kong@sbf.org.sg