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SGUnited Skills (SGUS) Programme


What is SGUnited Skills (SGUS) Programme?

The SGUnited Skills (SGUS) Programme which opens for unemployed or retrenched Singaporeans and Permanent Residents is a full-time Train & Place programme of 9 months duration. Trainees will also receive a training allowance of $1,200 per month for the duration of the programme to cover basic subsistence expenses.

SIMTech's Knowledge Transfer Office has 9 certifiable course specialisations. We are also the only training provider with 4 SGUS specialisations that offers trainees with a Graduate Diploma in Precision Engineering upon completion.

Applications for the SGUS courses are ongoing and each new intake may only commence upon receiving sufficient registrations to form a class!

Important information:
  • In order to provide opportunities for as many Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents as possible, individuals can only enrol in a SGUnited Skills Programme ONCE.
  • All information published at SIMTech's website, social medias, webinars or collateral about its courses is correct at time of publication and subject to change.

Programme Structure



Watch our series of SGUS Course Briefings to understand more about each specialisation.

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For Trainees

Benefits for Trainees
Subsidised Fees for SGUS Programmes
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For Employers

Benefits for Participating Employers


SIMTech offers 9 certifiable course specialisations (as shown below) with 4 SGUS specialisations that offers trainees with a Graduate Diploma in Precision Engineering (GradDip in PE)  upon completion.

icon_SGUS Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

(inclusive of GradDip in PE)

icon_Advanced Instrumentation and Quality Control
This course is launching soon in July 2021!
^ This specialisation is pending accreditation with SkillsFuture Singapore to be included under the Graduate Diploma in Precision Engineering.


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