The SGUnited Skills (SGUS) programme is a full-time train and place initiative. ITE’s suite of programmes will comprise modular and certifiable courses offered over a 6-month duration and conducted in ITE Colleges. It is open to
Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents who meet the eligibility criteria.
For more information about what SGUS is, please visit https://www.skillsfuture.gov.sg/sgunitedskills
Please note that registration for the SGUS courses has closed.
Registration has closed
List of SGUnited Skills (SGUS) Courses
Gain Competence in a Competitive Professional Landscape
The training programmes are designed to provide you with hands-on practical skills to improve and enhance your employability. All courses follow updated curricula that reflect current workplace demands and practices. Training courses are designed in partnership
with industry professionals. Adult learners will develop industry-relevant skills that give them an advantage in their chosen career paths.
Apart from practical classes, trainees in some courses will also have the chance to apply the skills learnt through an industry project module. This provides students with the opportunity to learn from seasoned professionals and earn experienced
grounded on a real-life setting.
Take Advantage of Subsidised Training
Trainees will receive a $1,200 monthly training allowance from SkillsFuture Singapore for the duration of the programme, to cover basic subsistence expenses. Course fees will be highly subsidised, to keep SGUS programmes affordable. Individuals can use
their SkillsFuture Credit to offset the course fees.
Trainees will also benefit from employment facilitation efforts offered through various national career centres, along with the Employment & Employability Institute and Workforce Singapore.
Plans are being made to increase our current intake for this year. Please register you interest in the tab above and we will get back to you when your course of interest is open for application. You will be invited to attend a virtual briefing of the course prior to course commencement so that you will be able to make a more informed choice and decision.