All About SkillsFuture Courses

all about skillsfuture singapore

What is SkillsFuture? 

In this digital age, paper qualifications are no longer the benchmark for workplace success. Instead, it’s the skills that one can bring to the table. The more skills one possesses, the chances of getting employed or promoted is higher.

SkillsFuture is a Government initiative launched in January 2016. It allows all Singaporeans above the age of 25 to continue to develop more skills through a series of courses and training. With newly acquired skills, one can maximise their potential and stay relevant in an ever-competitive landscape. 

How does SkillsFuture work? 

Each Singaporean above the age of 25 is given $500 credit in their SkillsFuture account. With this $500 credit, eligible Singaporeans can use it to offset the cost any of the SkillsFuture accredited courses. Click here for the full list of courses.  

SkillsFuture in 2020

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Singapore could be witnessing up to 100,000 job losses, with up to 5% of unemployment losses.

To help locals tie through the tough economy, the Government is issuing a one-off SkillsFuture Credit top-up of $500 for all Singaporeans above the age of 25 in 2020. This measure, which will be effective from 1 October 2020, has been brought forward to 1 April 2020 by various Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs) and NTUC LearningHub. This early crediting is to enable Singapore Citizens to pick up skills and improve their chances of employment.

This one-time top-up can be used for any SkillsFuture courses before it expires on 31 December 2025. 

2020 initiatives that have impacted the SkillsFuture scheme

SGUnited Skills (SGUS) 

The SGUnited Skills (SGUS) is a 6 to 12-months full-time training programme for unemployed Singaporeans/PRs to upskill and reskill themselves with industry-relevant skills and knowledge.

The training programme is conducted at CET centres, including Institutes of Higher Learning such as Polytechnics. The programme is modular and provides flexibility to anyone who has found a job to leave the programme.

The cost typically ranges from $500 to $1,000. Applicants can use their SkillsFuture to offset the course payment. Additionally, participants will receive a training allowance of up to $1,200 per month. However, to qualify for this allowance, applicants need to achieve a minimum of 75% attendance and pass the assessment(s) given each month. Should any attendee quit the programme midway, the training allowance will be discontinued.

SGUS Participants who are the beneficiaries of the COVID-19 Support Grand (CSG) and the Self-Employed Person Income Relief Scheme (SIRS) will also receive top-ups to their payouts. CSG recipients will receive $400, while SIRS recipients will receive $200.

The training programme focuses on industries such as Manufacturing, Built Environment, Trade & Connectivity, Data Science, Branding & Design and more. These courses are designed in partnership with the relevant companies of the industry. Click here for a list of courses available from the SGUnited Skills initiative.

Upon completion of the programme, training centres will do their best to provide applicants with employment assistant, although there is no guaranteed success. However, candidates will graduate with Specialist Diploma that is recognised by the Government and industry, boosting their chances of employment.

NTUC Training Funds for SEPs (Ends on 31 December 2020) 

This initiative is co-funded by the Government and NTUC, the NTUC Training Fund which allows Self-Employed Persons (SEPs) to earn as they learn. To qualify, applicants must indicate their self-employed status under the consolidated Statement of Income for Year of Assessment 2020 with IRAS.

Unlike the other initiatives, NTUC Training Funds caters to short courses. Applicants who attend training under this initiative between 1 April and 30 April 2020 can receive a training allowance of $7.50 per hour. For SEPs who attend the courses between 1 May and 31 December 2020, they will receive an enhanced training allowance of $10 per hour.

For existing NTUC Union members who joined on or before 1 March 2020, their training allowance will be increased to $11 per hour. Members who join after 1 March 2020 will receive a training allowance of $10.50.

Please note that all courses must be completed by 31 December 2020 to be eligible for the training allowance. For information about the available short courses, kindly click here.

SGUnited MidCareer Support (Ends on 31 December 2025) 

Singaporeans between the ages of 40 to 60 (by 31 December 2020) will receive an additional $500 of SkillsFuture Credit (Mid-Career Support). This on top of the existing $500 given to all Singaporeans aged 25 and above. 

This initiative provides career transition opportunities for all middle-age Singaporeans to equip themselves with skills that will enable them to gain access to better job prospects.

This extra $500 can be combined with the existing SkillsFuture credit to take up various career transition programmes conducted the Continuing Education and Training (CET) centre. The eligible courses will be revealed closer to 1 October 2020, when eligible individuals can start using this credit. 

However, they must use this credit before 31 December 2025.

Where can you use your SkillsFuture credits?

Eligible individuals can use their SkillsFuture credits for the following (not limited to) courses:

Benefits of SkillsFuture (for individuals) 

Learning always brings about benefits to people, including:

  • Instilling confidence in one’s ability to perform well in that particular industry
  • Increasing the chances of employment
  • Increasing the chances of promotion
  • Sharpening the mind
  • Developing new skills and hobbies for leisure purposes 
  • Opportunities to meet and network with like-minded people 

Benefits of SkillsFuture (for employers)

Aside from individuals, SkillsFuture schemes can also benefit employers in various ways. For example:

 

Scheme  Benefits   

SkillsFuture Enterprise Credit (SFEC)

  • A one-off S$10,000 credit to cover up to 90% of out-of-pocket expenses while evolving the workplace to be future-ready.
Mid Career Support Package
  • 40% salary support for each worker (capped at $12,000) for 6 months to employers who hire Singaporeans age 40 and up.
  • 20% salary support for each worker (capped at $6,000) for 6 months to employers who hire Singaporeans below 40.
SkillsFuture Employer Awards
  • Employers get to earn National recognition by the President of Singapore for supporting SkillsFuture programmes and building a lifelong learning culture.  


As a whole, employers will benefit from the future-ready skillsets their employees possess, which will help their businesses stay competitive.

For a range of employer programmes, click here

What happens after a person completes a SkillsFuture-accredited course? 

Learning never stops. Depending on the courses that you have taken, you can choose to continue ascending the learning ladder with some of their advance courses. 

Some learning academies, such as Udemy, has an online community for each course. In this community, you can ask questions, exchange knowledge with fellow participants and post up your homework to get some feedback. At times, the instructor will be there to provide critique, or even offer an exclusive live Masterclass for alumni to access the latest developments of that particular topic. 

Recognised Continuing Education & Training (CET) centres may also have frequent tie-ups with participating organisations. They may provide placement opportunities with these organisations. However, the success of employability is subject to a case-by-case basis. 

Top 5 frequently asked questions (FAQs) about SkillsFuture

Are PRs eligible for SkillsFuture credits? 

Only Singaporeans are eligible for SkillsFuture credits. However, PRs are still able to enjoy the SkillsFuture courses at the subsidised rate. 

Can SkillsFuture credits be transferred to family and friends? 

No. The credits are not transferrable. 

How do I file a SkillsFuture claim? 

SkillsFuture has published a downloadable user guide that teaches you how to file a claim. 

How frequent are the SkillsFuture credit top-up? 

The Government will provide a one-off SkillsFuture Credit Top-Up of $500 for all eligible Singaporeans on 1 October 2020. On top of that, Singaporeans aged 40 to 60 as of 31 December 2020 will have an additional $500 top-up as part of the SkillsFuture Mid-Career Support Package.

These top-ups are supplementary to the existing $500 credit all Singaporeans received in January 2016. The new top-ups have to be used by 31 December 2025.

Other periodic top-ups, if available, will be announced by the Government.  

I’ve used up all my SkillsFuture credits. Are there other training subsidies available? 

SkillsFuture also provides other study grants, stipends, subsidies and awards on top of the SkillsFuture credit. For example:

Scheme   Who does it benefit?
  SkillsFuture Study Awards
  • Early to mid-career Singaporeans who wishes to deepen their skills in a particular field.  
  SkillsFuture Fellowships
  • Singapore citizens with at least 10 years of working experience in the same or related position/industry.  
  SkillsFuture Work-Study Programmes
  • Fresh ITE, Poly and JC graduates looking for a structured training programme and mentorship  
  SkillsFuture Work-Study Post-Graduate Programmes
  • Fresh Graduates. Further information shall be announced in October 2020.  
  SkillsFuture Leadership Development Initiative
  • Individuals working in an organisation who wishes to develop their leadership competencies.  

 

Additionally, for PMETs and mid-career switchers, they can benefit from the Mid Career Support Package. Under this package, they can apply for the Professional Conversion Programme (PCP) and Tech Skills Accelerator Programme (TeSA). These funded programmes provide them with opportunities to undergo skills conversion so that they can move into new jobs or industries that have growth potential. For participants of the Professional Conversion Programme, salary support or training allowance will also be provided, depending on the mode of delivery. 

Low wage individuals above the age of 35 are also eligible for the Workfare Skills Support (WSS) scheme, which offers heavily subsidised courses. Eligible individuals will receive a training allowance and even cash rewards. Terms and conditions do apply. 

Factors to consider when deciding on a SkillsFuture course

$500 to $1,000 is not a considerable sum. The average cost of a SkillsFuture course average around $200 to $700, which means that you are only able to use the SkillsFuture credit for a maximum of 3 courses! Hence, it’s essential to think carefully before signing up for a class. 

Here are some considerations which you can factor into your decision-making. 

Your career goals 

One critical lesson that 2020 has taught us is that no job positions are “stable”.

We have to continually upgrade our skills to stay relevant in this ever-changing world. However, instead of focusing on the fears of losing our jobs, we should channel our focus on our professional goals. Ask yourself these questions: 

  • What is my ideal career situation in the next 5 to 10 years? 
  • How much do I want to earn over the next 5 to 10 years? 
  • What kind of skills do I need to learn to achieve my ideal career and remuneration situation in the next 5 to 10 years? 

The clearer you are, the easier it will be for you to choose a SkillsFuture course that will help you take a step closer to your professional goals. 

Your amount of available time

Presently, there are over 22,000 SkillsFuture courses available. Some courses stretch for over a year, while some last for a day. There are some courses which require you to take time off and be at the physical location, while there are also plenty of them where you can learn at your own pace online. 

As a busy professional, you have to factor in your work and lifestyle commitments when choosing a SkillsFuture course. 

Certifications 

If your goal of learning is to land a new job or getting promoted, it is essential to find a course that offers a certificate or diploma that is recognised by the industry. 

To find courses that are recognised by the industry, Continuing Education & Training centres (CETs) and Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs) are the safest bet. 

SkillsFuture has also rolled up several programmes, which occasionally partners up with companies in the industry to develop highly relevant and recognised certifications. Some of the programmes include:

Your learning style 

Every individual is unique. Self-directed learners can try out the Massive Online Open Courses (MOOC), where they can learn at their own time. 

If you are a total newbie to a particular subject, it’s highly advisable to go for a course that done out over a few weeks, instead of a one-day crash course. As Dr Maxwell Maltz, author of “Psycho-Cybernetics, A New Way to Get More Living Out of Life” pointed out, it takes 21 days to build up a new habit. 

Your interests 

Whether you are a retiree or are just satisfied with where you are in your career, there are several SkillsFuture courses which allow you to grow a new interest! Some of these interests include:

  • Cooking 
  • Gardening
  • Languages
  • Pet Grooming 
  • Floral Arrangement
  • Health and Fitness 
  • Computer Literacy
  • Art 

Top industries to invest your SkillsFuture credit

Data Science 

With her robust business ecosystem and Smart Nation initiative, Singapore is now considered the Data Hub of Asia. Tech giants are setting up their data centres here. Google is building its third Data Hub here, while Facebook is planning to open its first Asian data centre in Singapore by 2022. 

Therefore, Data Analytics is one of the most popular fields of study in Singapore. It has tremendous growth opportunity and has a potentially generous remuneration package. According to PayScale, Data Scientists earn $71,448 on average

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Top 5 SkillsFuture-Accredited Data Science Courses 

Course 

Introduction to Data Science 

Training ProviderNanyang Technological University 
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim27 Apr 2020 – 26 Apr 2023
Fee (Full)$3,000
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Course 

Data Science Essentials

Training ProviderTemasek Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim03 Jul 2020 – 31 Dec 2022
Fee (Full)$300
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Course 

Introduction to Data Science

Training ProviderTemasek Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim 26 Dec 2019 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$450
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Foundation of Data Science 

Training ProviderSingapore University of Technology and Design
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim10 Jun 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$4,500
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Data Science with Python (synchronous e-learning)

Training ProviderRepublic Polytechnic 
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim11 Oct 2018 – 11 Oct 2021
Fee (Full)$630
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Fintech 

Besides Data Science, Singapore also boasts a thriving fintech scene, with over 490 fintech companies in the city-state. Singapore’s fintech investments have already passed the S$1 billion mark during the first 3 quarters of 2019. 

The scene will continue to grow, and the demand for fintech workforce remains at an all-time high.

Top 5 SkillsFuture-Accredited Fintech Courses 

Cours

Fintech Talent Programme

Training ProviderSingapore Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim07 Dec 2017 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$3,200
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)$960
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Fintech Foundation Programme (Synchronous e-learning)

Training ProviderNgee Ann Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim15 Jun 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$1,000
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Fintech & Financial Services (Modular Unit stackable to Specialist Diploma in Fintech)

Training ProviderTemasek Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
14 Dec 2017 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$1,388
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)$963
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Around Fintech in 8 Hours 

Training ProviderNgee Ann Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
11 Jan 2019 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$540
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Introduction to Fintech

Training ProviderNanyang Technological University
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
30 Jun 2020 – 29 Jun 2023
Fee (Full)$2,500
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cyber Security 

Adding to the list of “hubs” that Singapore is building will be one for cybersecurity. According to Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), Singapore’s cybersecurity industry is expected to reach US$889 million (S$1.2 billion) in 2022 with a 15% compound annual growth rate (CAGR). 

Furthermore, with over 8.4 billion devices connected to the internet, cybercrime has been affecting lots of individuals. Hence, there is a vast demand for cybersecurity professionals to help counter and prevent cyber attacks. 

Even if you don’t wish to pursue a career in Cyber Security, these courses can help equip you with the crucial skills to protect yourself online. 

Top 5 SkillsFuture-Accredited Cyber Security Courses 

Cours

Fundamentals of Cyber Security

Training ProviderSingapore Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
25 Jul 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$350
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Cyber Security Foundation

Training ProviderNanyang Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
26 Apr 2018 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$650
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)$195
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Cyber Security Awareness

Training ProviderNanyang Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
14 Jan 2019 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$210
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)$63
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Cyber Security Essentials (Synchronous e-learning)

Training ProviderNgee Ann Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
11 May 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$2,350
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)$705
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Cyber Security Range Essentials

Training ProviderSingapore Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
08 Dec 2017 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$1,800
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)$540
Course Details: Click here to find out more

 

Digital Marketing 

2020 has already shown us that businesses need the internet not just to flourish, but survive. Skills such as social media marketing, search engine optimisation (SEO) and content strategy is crucial for any successful business of the 21st century. 

Top 5 SkillsFuture-Accredited Digital Marketing Courses 

Cours

Digital Marketing for Personal Branding

Training ProviderSingapore Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
25 Jul 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$580
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Course 

Effective Digital & Social Media Marketing for Beginners

Training ProviderTemasek Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
17 Jun 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$190
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Understanding Digital Marketing Analytics

Training ProviderSingapore Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
25 Jul 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$580
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Course 

Jump Start Your Digital Marketing Strategy

Training ProviderRepublic Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
03 Aug 2018 – 03 Aug 2021
Fee (Full)$270
Course Details: 

Click here to find out more


Cours

Introduction to Digital Marketing [Synchronous E-Learning]

Training ProviderNanyang Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
21 Apr 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$210
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)$63
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Digital Media 

Sometimes considered an arm of digital marketing, digital media deserve a separate listing for the diverse range of expertise constituting under its umbrella.

Skills such as graphic design, photography, videography are not just essential for the growth of any business. These skills can also be a standalone career in the burgeoning gig economy. 

Top 5 SkillsFuture-Accredited Digital Media Courses 

Cours

Digital Video Production

Training ProviderNanyang Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
02 Jun 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$450
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

The Art of Digital Photography

Training ProviderRepublic Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
02 Feb 2019 – 02 Feb 2022
Fee (Full)$445
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Storytelling Using Smartphone Photography

Training ProviderNanyang Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
11 Jun 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$260
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)$78
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Course 

Graphic Design Essentials For Creating Impactful Marketing Collaterals

Training ProviderTemasek Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
10 Jul 2019 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$400
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Aerial Drone Cinematography

Training ProviderNanyang Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
02 Apr 2018 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)$450
Course Details: Click here to find out more

 

Top 5 hobbies to develop using your SkillsFuture credits 

You don’t have to use your SkillsFuture credits solely for professional pursuits. There are lots of exciting courses which allows you to explore skills and interests you never thought you possess. While it may initially appear as a “hobby”, what you learn may turn out to be a side hustle! 

Culinary Skills

Baking and cooking are not just a survival skill but also a social status booster. With a pair of culinary-skilled hands, you can start inviting your friends over for a home-cooked meal. It can also be therapeutic as the finished dishes gives you a sense of accomplishment. You can also exercise your creativity in cooking. Many corporations around the world are starting to sign their staff up for cooking classes for team bonding purposes.

There are several SkillsFuture accredited cooking or baking courses where you can learn new culinary techniques or simply destress and meet new people. 

Top 5 SkillsFuture-Accredited Culinary Courses

Cours

Essential Hawker Culinary Fundamentals

Training ProviderAsian Culinary Institute of Singapore
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
27 Dec 2019 – 31 Mar 2022
Fee (Full)
$310
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)$93
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Rasa Fiesta (Malay Cuisine)

Training ProviderAsian Culinary Institute of Singapore
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Mar 2020 – 31 Mar 2022
Fee (Full)
$260
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)$78
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

WSQ Delicious Dim Sum

Training ProviderSSA Culinary Institute PTE. LTD.
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
02 Jun 2020 – 04 Aug 2022
Fee (Full)
$650
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)$208
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Short Course: Cakes

Training ProviderSSA Culinary Institute PTE. LTD.
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
05 Mar 2020 – 04 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)
$195
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Savoury Buns

Training ProviderSSA Culinary Institute PTE. LTD.
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
25 Oct 2018 – 21 Oct 2021
Fee (Full)
$195
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Incredible Thai Cuisine

Training ProviderSSA Culinary Institute PTE. LTD.
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Mar 2020 – 31 Mar 2022
Fee (Full)
$260
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)
$78
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Art

Like cooking, art is also another skill that known for its therapeutic effects. Aside from creativity, disciplines such as calligraphy and sculpting can induce a sense of calmness and build characteristics such as focus and patience. The end product can also bring about a sense of accomplishment. 

Top SkillsFuture-Accredited Art Classes 

Cours

NSA Zentangle Art Courses

Training ProviderBrahm Centre
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Apr 2020 – 31 Mar 2025
Fee (Full)
$280
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Portraiture Drawing & Painting 

Training ProviderLa Salle College of the Arts
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
25 Jul 2019 – 31 Dec 2021
Fee (Full)
$635.51
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Western Painting (Oil)

Training ProviderNanyang Academy of Fine Arts
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Dec 2016 – 31 Dec 2020
Fee (Full)
$380
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Chinese Calligraphy Workshop

Training ProviderConfucius Institute, NTU PTE LTD
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Feb 2017 – 31 Dec 2027
Fee (Full)
$386
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Acrylic Painting 

Training ProviderLa Salle College of the Arts
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
25 Jul 2019 – 31 Dec 2021
Fee (Full)
$551.40
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Massage

Learning massage can lead to a career as a massage therapist. You can also give yourself or your loved ones a well-deserved reward after a tiring day. Additionally, massage courses can also teach you about health. For example, you can learn about the causes of diseases and how it relates to various parts of your body.

Top SkillsFuture-Accredited Massage Courses

Cours

Massage Therapy

Training ProviderInstitute of Technical Education
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Jan 2016 – 31 Dec 2025
Fee (Full)
$1208.41
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

WSQ Provide Swedish Massage

Training ProviderSingapore Spa Institute PTE LTD
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Jan 2019 – 31 Dec 2020
Fee (Full)
$1,658.50
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)
$774.50
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

WSQ Provide Javanese Massage

Training ProviderSingapore Spa Institute PTE LTD
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
02 Jun 2020 – 31 Dec 2020
Fee (Full)
$1,926
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)
$702
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Provide Full-Body Massage With Oil

Training ProviderProtherapist Academy PTE LTD
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Jan 2019 – 31 Dec 2020
Fee (Full)
$1,280
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)
$404.50
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

WSQ Provide Seated Chair Massage

Training ProviderSingapore Spa Institute PTE LTD
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
02 Jun 2020 – 31 Dec 2020
Fee (Full)
$1,016.50
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)
$336.50
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Pet Grooming & Care 

Attending a pet grooming course can help you save up lots of money from bringing your furry friends down to the groomers or veterinary. Aside from grooming workshops, there are also SkillsFuture courses that teach you how to:

  • Perform first-aid to your pets
  • Communicate with animals
  • Execute healthy meal plans for your pets
  • Perform therapeutic massage for dogs 

Top SkillsFuture-Accredited Pet Grooming & Care Courses

Cours

Pet Welfare Care & Management

Training ProviderNgee Ann Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
19 Mar 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)
$550
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Basic Nutrition and Managing Obesity in Pets

Training ProviderNgee Ann Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
17 Jun 2019 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)
$230
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Skills Certificate in Pet Care & Management (Companion Animals)

Training ProviderTemasek Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Jan 2020 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)
$550
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Animal Communication, Behaviour and Enrichment (Modular Unit Stackable to Specialist Diploma in Veterinary Wellness Care)

Training ProviderTemasek Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Oct 2018 – 30 Sep 2021
Fee (Full)
$904.50
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Basic First Aid for Pets

Training ProviderNgee Ann Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Jul 2018 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)
$200
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Therapeutic Massage for Dogs

Training ProviderNgee Ann Polytechnic
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
02 Sep 2019 – 31 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)
$300
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Makeup 

Makeup courses are a terrific place for you to kickstart your dreams of becoming a makeup influencer or artiste. However, these courses also have non-professional takeaways, such as learning how to take care of your skin. You can also be a more informed shopper, knowing which beauty brand suits your skin best.  

Top SkillsFuture-Accredited Makeup Courses

Cours

Grooming – Enhance Natural Beauty with Makeup

Training ProviderInstitute of Technical Education
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
22 Nov 2016 – 31 Dec 2025
Fee (Full)
$150
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Provide Basic Makeup

Training ProviderTONI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF AESTHETICS & PHYSIOLOGY PTE. LTD.
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
11 Mar 2019 – 10 Mar 2021
Fee (Full)
$680
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)
$306
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Korean Semi-Permanent Makeup Micro-Pigmentation Eyebrow, Eyeliner and Lip Embroidery

Training ProviderThe Beauty Receipe
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
02 Jun 2020 – 04 Aug 2021
Fee (Full)
$800
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

[email protected] Stage Make-Up

Training ProviderClementi Community Centre
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Aug 2018 – 31 Dec 2021
Fee (Full)
$190
Course Details: Click here to find out more

Cours

Provide Basic Makeup

Training ProviderJ L INSTITUTION PTE. LTD.
Period Eligible for SkillsFuture Claim
01 Jan 2019 – 31 Dec 2020
Fee (Full)
$600
Fee (After SkillsFuture Funding)
$226
Course Details: Click here to find out more

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