The Programme aims at supporting and enhancing the employability of Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident jobseekers amidst the economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic by equipping them with industry-relevant and work-ready skills in selected sectors that either have job growth, potential or labour demand.
MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENT
GCE ‘N’ Level with a credit in English Language. Or WPLN minimum level 4 (Speaking, Listening, Writing, Reading, Numeracy). Trainees will be assessed on their suitability, aptitude and ability to commit to the entire duration of the course.
WHO SHOULD APPLY
The SGUS is intended for mid-career jobseekers impacted by the economic consequences of COVID-19. Applicants must be unemployed at point of registration and be 21 years old and above. Those who graduated or are graduating in CY19 / 20 from ITE, Polytechnics, Universities, and other educational institutions; and just finished serving their National Service (NS) in CY19 / 20 and are entering the labour force – are not eligible for this program.
A. Highly subsidized course fee
B. Employment Facilitation (Subject to suitability and job openings in Hotels)
C. Training Allowance of up to $1200 per month for the duration of the programme (Conditions apply)
Similar to existing requirements for other training grants administered by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG), trainees must fulfill minimum attendance of 75% per month and pass the assessments to qualify for course fee subsidies. Trainees who are unable to meet these requirements may be asked to return the course fee subsidies that they have received.
COURSE INFORMATION & FEES
|Course Name||SGUS Hotel Operations & Management Programme|
|Programme Duration||9 months||Weekdays / Modular Format|
|No of modules||21 Modules|
|Course Fees||$750 Nett|
|Payment Mode||SkillsFuture Credit and/ PayNow|
|Mode of Training||Face to Face||Includes assessments and project work|
|Device Requirement||Laptop/Device to facilitate written project assignments, as well as Word Processor|
The programmes allow trainees to exit without penalty if they are successfully placed into a job or have secured a job on their own accord while undergoing training. Trainees must provide relevant verification documentation from trainees, such as signed letter of offer by employer or employment contract, verification email/letter from hiring employer verifying the employment of the trainee and job role.
However, trainees who exit the programme without a valid reason may be asked to return the course fee subsidy that they have received.