Will I get a course certificate at the end of the workshop?

As this is a WSQ approved training, all participants who are assessed competent for the training will receive a Statement of Attainment (SOA) e-Certificate from SkillsFuture Singapore. Participants will receive notification via email and/or SMS to download e-Certs within two working days upon submission of results by the training organisation.  The e-Certs will be available in the SkillsConnect account of the participants.

Can I use my SkillsFuture Credit to pay for the course?

Yes.  Self-sponsored participants can use their SkillsFuture Credit to pay for the net amount after the training subsidy.  The SkillsFuture Credit can only be used for WSQ funded courses at this time.   Employer-sponsored participants are not allowed to use the SkillsFuture Credit. Instructions on how to make payment using the SkillsFuture Credit will be provided in the invoice.

Do I have to pass the assessment?

Yes.  All participants must meet the following requirements to be eligible for the training grant. Participant must be Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident aged 21 years and above Participant must attain minimum 75% attendance for both classroom and eLearning module Participant must be assessed to be "Competent" in all assessments. The assessments may be in the form of written assignment and role play.  ...

As a self-sponsored participant, can I claim under Workfare Training Support WTS scheme?

The Workfare Training Support, WTS encourages individuals to attend training to upgrade their work skills and improve their employability.  Eligible individuals may receive up to 95% course subsidy and other training allowance.   To qualify, individuals must meet the following criteria: Be a Singapore Citizen; and Aged 35 years and above (13 years and above for Persons With Disabilities); and Earn an average gross monthly incom...

Which of your courses are WSQ funded?

The Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) is a national credential system that trains, develops, assesses and certifies skills and competencies for the workforce.  The WSQ funded programmes are funded and quality-assured by SkillsFuture Singapore, which awards the WSQ certifications. Currently, the courses that are WSQ funded includes: Coaching for Performance and Capability Development (WSQ) More courses are coming along the...

What is Workfare Training Support (WTS) Scheme for Employers?

WTS encourages employers to sponsor their lower wage employees for training to upgrade their skills and improve business performance.  Employers can benefit from 95% course fee subsidy and absentee payroll funding when they sign up their employees for any course approved for WTS funding including WSQ courses and programmes offered by ITE and Polytechnics.   Employees will qualify if they meet all the following criteria: Be a Sin...

What is Enhanced Training Support for SMEs?

The Enhanced Training Support (ETS) provides enhanced funding to enable SMEs to send their local employees (Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident) for training. SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) works with industry associations to identify courses which are suitable for employees of SME companies. Certifiable courses which are the Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) type of program are highly subsidized. The definition of SME as defined by Enterprise Sing...

How do I get my ICF PCC (Professional Certified Coach) credential?

To apply for ICF PCC though the ACTP path, you will need the following requirements:- Completion of an entire ICF Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP). (this is fulfilled with CMPC + CMC program) A minimum of 500 hours (450 paid) of coaching experience with at least 25 clients following the start of your coach-specific training. At least 50 of these hours must occur within the 18 months prior to submitting the application for the credential. ...

What are the benefits of getting an ICF credential?

With an ICF Credential, coaches demonstrate not only knowledge and skill, but also a commitment to high professional standards and a strong code of ethics. Organisations around the world are increasingly more aware about coaching, and are looking for credentialed coaches. According to the 2012 ICF Global Coaching Study, credentialed coaches reported a higher-than-average income worldwide compared to non-credentialed-coaches. In the 2010 ICF Global Consu...

What is Mentor Coaching?

For purposes of credentialing, mentor coaching means an applicant being coached on their coaching skills rather than coaching on practice building, life balance, or other topics unrelated to the development of an applicant’s coaching skill. The participant must be coached for a minimum of 10 hours over a minimum of 3 months by a qualified Mentor Coach. Applicants may have more than one qualified Mentor Coach. The Mentor Coach needs to hold an ICF ACC, PCC ...