SGUnited Skills Programme


What is the SGUnited Skills Programme?
The SGUnited Skills Programme is a 6-month to 12-month full-time training programme designed to upskill and reskill Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents with industry-relevant skills to improve their employability.

SGUnited Skills Programme offered by Hua Mei Training Academy:

  • SGUnited Skills Programme for Care and Coordination (Community Eldercare) 
    Request for SGUnited Skills Programme Brochure now

    Intake 1 : 4 January 2021 (Full)
    Intake 2 : 1 February 2021 (Full)
    Intake 3 : 1 March 2021 (Filling up fast)
    Intake 4 : Register for Course Preview


    SGUnited Skills Programme for Care and Coordination (Community Eldercare) offered by Hua Mei Training Academy is specially designed, based on the key essential skillsets identified by our industry partners, to provide participants with the relevant skillsets as they transit into a new career into the health-social care sector.

 

Who is it for?

The SGUnited Skills Programme is tailored for mid-career job seekers who are Singapore Citizens / Permanent Residents impacted by the economic consequences of COVID-19.

 

How can I benefit from this programme?
You will receive a monthly training allowance of $1,200* throughout the duration of the programme to cover your basic expenses, and your programme fees will be highly subsidised to a nett fee of only $500 (for the 6-month programme). In addition, you can choose to utilise your SkillsFuture Credit to further offset the programme fees after funding subsidies. For more information, please visit SGUnited Skills FAQ.

*conditions apply

Why should I train with Hua Mei Training Academy?
Our programmes will help to equip you with industry-relevant skillsets for a smoother career transition into the health-social care sector. 

    You will have the opportunity: 
  • For a more enriching and fulfilling journey contributing to the well-being of the older persons.
  • To be attached to our industry partners in the community care settings such as Senior Activity Centres and nursing homes.
  • To increase your chances of successful job placement through these attachments and job matching with prospective organisations.

For more information on Course Outline, Mode of Learning and Assessment, please refer to the Course Brochure.

 

How do I sign up?
Thank you for your interest in our SGUnited Skills Programme! To sign up, simply express your interest by sharing your particulars in this form. Our Programme Consultants will be in touch with you within 3 working days. Alternatively, you may call our hotline at 6593 9558 or email us at hmta@tsaofoundation.org.

For other SGUnited Skills courses, please visit myskillsfuture website or learn more on Train and skill up for jobs in these sectors.