Central Narcotics Bureau
The Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) is the premier drug enforcement agency under the Ministry of Home Affairs of Singapore responsible for coordinating all matters pertaining to illicit drug eradication. The CNB conducts vigorous enforcement against drug offenders to curb the supply and demand for drugs in Singapore. It also spearheads preventive drug education and promotes national consensus of zero tolerance towards drug abuse. It provides training on Singapore’s holistic approach to illicit drug control.
Central Provident Fund Board
The Singapore Central Provident Fund Board (CPFB) was set up in 1955 to provide financial security for workers in their old age or when they are no longer able to work. Over the years, it has evolved into a comprehensive social security savings scheme, which not only takes care of CPF members’ old age, healthcare needs and home ownership, but also provides financial protection to their families through its insurance schemes.
Centre for Continuing Education, Nanyang Technological University
The Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) was set up in July 1991. It acts as a link between NTU and the community by providing continuing education for professionals, managers, executives and businessmen who are keen to advance their knowledge and learn practical skills. Since 1991, CCE has trained tens of thousands of leaders and professionals and continues to strengthen its position as a leading professional development training provider in Singapore and the region.
Centre for Liveable Cities
The Centre for Liveable Cities, Singapore (CLC) is a knowledge centre for liveable and sustainable cities. It was established in June 2008 by the Ministry of National Development and the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources. The Centre carries out its mission to distil, create and share knowledge on liveable and sustainable cities through its research, training, events, publications and partnerships.
Changi General Hospital, SingHealth
Changi General Hospital (CGH) provides a comprehensive range of more than 23 medical specialities and houses the Changi Sports Medicine Centre which is Singapore’s largest and is a leading provider of sports medicine expertise. It also partners other healthcare providers in bringing disease management programmes and disease prevention programmes to the patients’ doorstep. CGH is JCI (Joint Commission International) accredited since 2005.
Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT)
The Singapore Chapter of UK-based Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) was formed in 1971. In 2000, CILT Singapore launched the Certified Professional Logistician (CPL), Asia's first logistics certification programme which is recognised in more than 30 countries within the CILT global network. CILT Singapore, in collaboration with the Singapore Cooperation Programme, has conducted programmes in logistics, transport and supply chain for top management executives and senior government officials from more than 30 countries around the world.
Civil Defence Academy, Singapore Civil Defence Force
The Civil Defence Academy is the training institution of the Singapore Civil Defence Force, conducting a wide range of courses such as disaster management, urban search and rescue, fire fighting, fire safety and mitigation of hazardous materials. To enhance training quality, the Academy uses advanced simulators at its Field Training Area to create training scenarios that are realistic yet safe. Since it was set up in 1999, the Academy has trained more than 3,000 international participants from 110 countries.
Civil Service College
The Singapore Civil Service College (CSC) is a statutory board under the Public Service Division in the Prime Minister’s Office with the mission of developing a first-class Public Service. CSC offers practitioner-focused programmes and services to help the Singapore Public Service grow its policy-making, leadership and management, and public administration capacity. On the global front, CSC’s engagements with a series of international partners make it a one-stop learning institution for overseas participants interested in the Singapore governance model, with customised training programmes and workshops conducted both in Singapore and abroad.
Communicable Disease Centre Department of Infectious Diseases, Tan Tock Seng Hospital
The Communicable Disease Centre (CDC) is the designated national centre for disease outbreak management and referral centre for management and treatment of a wide range of infectious diseases in Singapore. The successful management of outbreaks involving novel and highly contagious infectious agents (like the Nipah virus outbreak in 1999 and SARS in 2003) has enabled CDC to gain international recognition in its ability in outbreak management. Other major clinical management skills of CDC include travel-related infectious diseases, vaccine preventable diseases, tropical infectious diseases, HIV and other communicable diseases.
Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau, Prime Minister's Office
The Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB), under the charge of the Prime Minister’s Office, was established in 1952 as an independent body responsible for the investigation and prevention of corruption in both the public and private sectors. The key functions of CPIB are: investigation of alleged acts of corruption, and in the course of doing so, any other offences under any written law; investigation of acts of malpractices and misconduct that have an undertone of corruption; and prevention and control of corruption through review of procedures and practices which provide corruption opportunities and delivery of anti-corruption talks.