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27 February 2018, Tuesday
Time: 9.00am to 12.15pm


Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology
4 Fusionopolis Way, Kinesis, Level 7, Seminar Room 3
Singapore 138635

Please visit here for directions on how to reach venue.
Kinesis Tower is located next to Innovis Tower at Fusionopolis Two.


Due to limited seats, registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. We welcome up to two representatives per company.

Please register early to avoid disappointment.


Uncertainty is the dominant theme for the global economy in 2017. In the face of ongoing geopolitical uncertainty and financial market volatility in developed and emerging countries, organisations need to take a learning and adaptive approach to refine their business strategies.

Join us at the CEO Breakfast talk and see how more than 160 companies have followed a systematic methodology to achieve significant business growth and productivity improvements of up to 200%.

From this session, you will uncover effective strategies for your business:

  • Operational Transformation – improve the processes and the way people work in your organisation to be better, faster and cheaper.
  • Core Transformation – strengthen and extend the core “building blocks” of your business model.
  • Strategic Transformation – create a new business model.


To reserve a seat for this complimentary talk, please click on the below button:

Seats are available on first-come, first-served basis. We welcome up to two representatives per company.

This event is recommended for participants who are interested in our WSQ Programme in Operations MaNagement Innovation (OMNI) and WSQ Programme in Operations MaNagement Innovation - Lean Improvement Towards Excellence (OMNI-LITE).

For more information about the CEO Breakfast Talk, please visit here.
For enquiries,. please contact Mr Ma Bin, Principal Research Engineer, at Tel: (65) 9645 2037 or email: bma@SIMTech.a-star.edu.sg

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From 1 Jan 2018, individuals who are applying for training allowance under the Workfare Training Support (WTS) Scheme are only required to make one trip down to any of their preferred WSG's Careers Connect or NTUC's e2i centres within 120 days after the course end date, to apply and submit the claim application. Individuals are to bring along the following original documents:

  • NRIC
  • WTS notification letter (of the year in which the course was taken)
  • Valid bank book or statement
  • Certification slip (Trainees are to submit their requests to their training providers upon the completion of training)
  • Any of the following employment documentation to prove job relevancy:
    i. Any one month’s payslip / CPF statement showing employer’s contribution, dated within 3 months from the date of claim;
    ii. Employment Letter / Contract of Service or equivalent, dated within 3 months from the date of claim;
    iii. Accounting and Corporate Regulatory (ACRA) business registration and business transaction document, e.g. revenue receipt/ invoice.

Training allowance is only available for individuals who pay for their own training or are self-sponsored participants.

To qualify for training allowance, the individual must:

  • complete and pass the course;
  • not be barred from receiving SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) / Workforce Singapore (WSG) / Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) grants; and
  • the training course attended is assessed by WSG to be relevant to the individual’s job or sector he/she works in.

For more information of the Workfare Training Support Scheme, please click here.
To view/download the Workfare Training Support brochure, please click here.

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[From SkillsConnect Website]

With effect from 30 Dec 2017, supporting documents (tax invoice/receipt and attendance sheet) are required when making a claim. Please ensure that all documents are uploaded before proceeding. Please refer to the full details stated in the “Upload of Mandatory Supporting Documents” in the claim submission page.

Visit here to view the announcement via SkillsConnect Website.

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With effect from 19 May 2017, SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) will revise the SkillsFuture Credit (SFC) claims processes to reduce the risk of abuse. Under the new process, while individuals will continue to submit SFC claims, all SFC payments by SSG will be made to training providers instead of individuals. Training providers will collect nett fees from individuals, after offsetting the SFC that will be used.

Under this payment mode, individuals are allowed to make claims up to 60 days before their start of the course till the day of course commencement with effect from 21 Apr 2017. This window period is sufficient for individuals to make their claims to facilitate earlier course registration. When making claims, you should inform your Training Provider on the intention to utilise your SkillsFuture Credit and request for the relevant amount to be offset against the qualifying course fees. You must then submit the claim via the SkillsFuture Credit Portal to pay the relevant credit amount to the Training Provider for your registered course.

Individuals can also visit any of the Workforce Singapore (WSG) Career Centres (click here for locations) to collect forms for manual claim submissions.

This video is hosted by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG). Click here to view the video via SSG Facebook.

To view the press release, please visit here.
For more information on the revised SkillsFuture Credit Claims Process, please view the user guide here.

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At Budget 2016, the Government announced changes to the Workfare Income Supplement (WIS) and Workfare Training Support (WTS) schemes. The changes will take effect from 2017 onwards.

Workfare Training Support (WTS)
From 2017, you will qualify if you:

  • are a Singaporean;
  • are aged 35 years and above on 31 December of the work year (aged 13 years and above for persons with disabilities);
  • earn an average gross monthly income of not more than $2,000* for the month work (previously $1,900); and
  • have signed up for any WTS qualifying courses.

* Monthly income includes all wage components which attracts CPF contribution, includes allowances and bonuses and excludes any overtime payments and reimbursements.

Find out more in the Factsheet and FAQs.

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Since October 2016, Workforce Development Agency (WDA) and Council for Private Education (CPE) are renamed to SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) and Workforce Singapore (WSG) agencies. Visit their website by clicking on the below image:

To view the press release, please visit here.

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