Agrifood Technologies Private Limited
Agrifood Technologies Private Limited (ATP) is a wholly-owned private subsidiary company of Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA). AVA is the national authority entrusted with the mission to ensure a resilient supply of safe food, safeguard the health of animals and plants, and facilitate agri-trade for Singapore. ATP supports AVA’s mission through the provision of technical consulting, certification and training services that can be tailored to meet specific requirements.
Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Law, National University of Singapore
The Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Law (APCEL) was established in February 1996 by the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, on the initiative of the Faculty of Law and the Commission of Environmental Law (CEL) of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), and in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme. It was instituted in response to the need for capacity building in environmental legal education and the need for promotion of awareness in environmental issues.
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.
Department of Real Estate National University of Singapore
The Department of Real Estate (DRE) in the National University of Singapore is engaged in research projects in three main areas, namely corporate and securitised real estate, institutional and spatial analyses of real estate, and housing research. DRE has been collaborating with the Singapore Cooperation Programme, the UNDP, UNCRD and the World Bank to conduct executive programmes for senior government officials from developing countries.
Environment Health Institute, National Environment Agency
The Environmental Health Institute (EHI) conducts research, surveillance and evidence-based risk assessment on vector-borne diseases, food-borne diseases and other environmental health concerns such as indoor air quality. The key thrust of the centre is to acquire knowledge and to develop advanced and cost effective tools and strategies to support public health operations and policies. The institute collaborates with various local and overseas academic bodies, research institutes and organisations, and is constantly identifying working partners with relevant expertise.
Health Science Authority
The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) is a multidisciplinary agency that applies medical, pharmaceutical and scientific expertise through its three professional groups, Health Products Regulation, Blood Services, Applied Sciences, to protect and advance national health and safety. It serves as the national regulator for health products, ensuring they are wisely regulated to meet standards of safety, quality and efficacy. It operates the national blood bank, Bloodbank@HSA, securing the nation’s blood supply. It also applies specialised scientific, forensic, investigative and analytical capabilities in serving the administration of justice.
Immigration & Checkpoints Authority, Ministry of Home Affairs
The Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) is Singapore’s border security agency with the mission of ensuring the legitimate and lawful movement of people, goods and conveyances through the country’s checkpoints. also administers and upholds the laws on immigration, citizenship and national registration fairly and effectively.
Institute of Southeast Asia Studies
The Institute of Southeast Asian Studies was established as an autonomous organisation in 1968 dedicated to the study of socio-political, security and economic trends and developments in Southeast Asia and its wider geostrategic and economic environment. The Institute's research programmes are the Regional Economic Studies (RES), Regional Strategic and Political Studies (RSPS), and Regional Social and Cultural Studies (RSCS).
Institute of Technical Education, Ministry of Education
The Institute of Technical Education (ITE) was established as a post-secondary educational institution in 1992 under the Ministry of Education. ITE is a principal provider of career and technical education and a key developer of national occupational skills certification and standards to enhance Singapore’s workforce competitiveness. In January 2003, ITE set up a wholly-owned subsidiary, ITE Education Services (ITEES) Pte Ltd, with the objective of sharing ITE’s expertise in vocational education and training beyond to help organisations meet the training needs and challenges of a rapidly-changing global economy.
Intellectual Property Office of Singapore, Ministry of Law
The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) is the lead government agency that advises on and administers Intellectual Property (IP) laws, promotes IP awareness and provides the infrastructure to facilitate the development of IP in Singapore. With IP fast becoming a critical resource in today’s new economy, IPOS’ vision is to foster a creative where ideas and intellectual efforts are valued, developed and exploited.
International Monetary Fund/Singapore Training Institute
The International Monetary Fund - Singapore Regional Training Institute (STI) is a joint venture of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Government of Singapore. The STI serves as the IMF’s regional training centre in the Asia-Pacific region, providing training in macroeconomic and financial management and related legal and statistical issues for government officials from about 37 economies in the Asia-Pacific region. The STI trains about 700 officials each year in and another 100 officials yearly in national or regional courses held elsewhere in the region. Since 1998, it has provided training to more than 10,000 officials.
International Trading Institute, Singapore Management University
The International Trading Institute @SMU (ITI) was formed in May 2007 as the result of a tripartite collaboration between Singapore Management University (SMU), International Enterprise (IE) Singapore and leading Industry Partners. The first trading institute in the world to be set up within a university, ITI's areas of focus are in delivering training and education in international trading at undergraduate as well as executive and professional levels. It also conducts and disseminates high quality applied research in international trading with an Asian flavour and provides consultancy services for trading and related organisations in Singapore and the region.
IP Academy (Singapore)
The IP Academy (Singapore) was established in January 2003 as a national initiative dedicated to the deepening & broadening of Singapore's knowledge and capabilities in Intellectual Property (IP) protection, management & exploitation. Through its extensive international networks with other leading IP institutions, professional bodies and industry partners, the IP Academy (Singapore) seeks to enhance the knowledge of IP professionals and businesses, helping them to maximise their human capital.
JTC Corporation (JTC) is Singapore's leading industrial infrastructure specialist spearheading the planning, promotion and development of a dynamic industrial landscape. For more than 40 years, JTC has played a key role in the growth of the Singapore economy by providing cutting-edge industrial real estate solutions. As Singapore transforms itself for the future, JTC positions itself as an industrial infrastructure innovator that creates value for its customers by developing optimal infrastructure solutions.
KK Women's and Children's Hospital, SingHealth
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) has evolved over the decades, since its founding in 1858, into a regional leader in Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Neonatology. Today, the 830-bed hospital is a referral centre providing tertiary services to manage high-risk conditions in women and children. More than 400 specialists adopt a multi-disciplinary and holistic approach to treatment, and harness the latest innovations and technology for the best medical care possible.
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
Established in 2004 as part of the National University of Singapore, the School's mission is to educate the next generation of Asian policymakers and leaders. Its objective is to raise the standard of governance throughout the region, improve the lives of the region's people and, in so doing, contribute to the transformation of Asia. Apart from its PhD and Masters programmes, it offers a range of high quality executive education courses through which it has trained over 5,000 professionals over the past 7 years.
LTA Academy, Land Transport Authority
LTA Academy is set up by the Land Transport Authority (LTA), Singapore. It serves as a one-stop focal point for governments, organisations and professionals around the world to tap Singapore’s know-how and exchange best practices in land transport management and development. Since its establishment in 2006, the LTA Academy has conducted more than 500 programmes for professionals from over 100 countries. The LTA Academy has also hosted several international conferences and seminars, and will be hosting the Singapore International Transport Congress in 2013.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, Ministry of Transport
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) was established in 1996 with the mission to develop Singapore as a premier global hub port and international maritime centre (IMC), and to advance and safeguard Singapore’s strategic maritime interests. MPA partners the industry and other agencies to enhance safety, security and environmental protection in our port waters, facilitate port operations and growth, expand the cluster of maritime ancillary services and promote maritime R&D and manpower development.
The Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) was established in 1992 to provide education and training to meet the increasing demands of the Singapore economy. Its modern campus is well equipped with up- to-date facilities for quality education and training in engineering, information and infocomm technology, chemical and pharmaceutical technology, business management, life sciences, and health sciences. Through the Nanyang Polytechnic International (NYPi), it provides customised training programmes on the development and management of Technical/Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges to meet the needs of government agencies and technical/vocational colleges in the Asia-Pacific region.
National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
The Established in 1991, the National Institute of Education(NIE) is Singapore’s recognised premier centre for teacher training, in-service development, and school leadership education and development. NIE, a part of Nanyang Technological University, is a dynamic and expanding institution with an enviable record of academic achievement. The Institute’s mission is to combine general academic excellence with international eminence in selected areas of activity; to prepare leaders, professionals and entrepreneurs for Singapore; and to advance research and development in both academic and professional disciplines.
National Kidney Foundation
The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is a charitable organisation that provides dialysis treatment and rehabilitative care to kidney failure patients at affordable, subsidised rates. Its philosophy is to care for its patients holistically, aiming to help patients maintain a reasonable quality of life. The NKF also provides health-screening and public education services to raise the community’s awareness on the importance of renal disease prevention.
National Library Board
The National Library Board's (NLB) mission is to provide a trusted, accessible and globally-connected library and information service through the National Library and a comprehensive network of Public Libraries. Through its innovative use of technology and collaboration with strategic partners, NLB ensures that library users have access to a rich array of information services and resources that are convenient, accessible and relevant.
National Parks Board
National Parks Board (NParks) is responsible for providing and enhancing the greenery of our City in a Garden. Beyond building green infrastructure, NParks is actively engaging the community to enhance the quality of our living environment and manages over 300 parks and 4 nature reserves. As the lead agency on biodiversity conservation, NParks has developed an urban biodiversity conservation model, which aims to conserve representative eco-systems in land-scarce Singapore. NParks is working closely with partners in the landscape and horticulture industry to increase productivity, and provide training for all levels of the workforce.
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) is one of Singapore’s premier institutions of higher learning. Established in 1963, the Polytechnic has eight academic schools offering a wide range of diploma courses from various disciplines, and has won numerous awards in recognition of its dedication to educational excellence. To ensure that its courses continue to be relevant to global market developments, the Polytechnic maintains close industry links and devotes expertise and resources to nurturing an enterprising spirit among its students.
NUS Extension leverages on the National University of Singapore’s pool of academia and network of leading industry practitioners to maximise students' potential and sharpen their competitive edge, so as to help them better meet the ever-changing trends of the knowledge economy and work climate. Today, NUS Extension covers an array of disciplines such as risk management, strategic planning, sales and marketing, customer service, computing, language, culture and the arts, as well as health and wellness.
PSA Institute PSA Corporation Ltd
PSA Institute, the training arm of Singapore Terminals, PSA Corporation Limited is recognised as an industry leader in raising the training standards for the port and logistics sector. Annually, PSA Institute trains more than 20,000 personnel comprising PSA staff, contractors, the logistics and stevedoring community, shipmasters, overseas pilots, harbour masters and marine officers. Participants from Asia, Africa, Middle East, America, Europe, and many island states have also attended its training programmes. PSA Institute also shares its pilotage expertise in port development with different ports and partners worldwide.
PUB, The National Water Agency
PUB is Singapore's national water agency and a statutory board under the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources. PUB manages Singapore’s water supply, water catchments and used water in an integrated way. PUB has ensured a diversified and sustainable supply of water for Singapore with the Four National Taps, i.e. local catchment water, imported water, NEWater and desalinated water.
The first educational institution in Singapore to leverage upon the Problem-Based Learning approach for all its diploma programmes, Republic Polytechnic (RP) offers courses in Infocomm, Engineering, Applied Science, Technology for the Arts, Sports, Health & Leisure, Events and Hospitality, Enterprise, and Communication. It is committed to nurturing innovation and entrepreneurial learning in an environment that develops problem-solving process skills and a life-long learning attitude. Its holistic, broad-based curriculum, covering culture, enterprise development and cognitive processes, prepares students for an active and meaningful role in society.
RSVP Proguide Private Limited
RSVP ProGuide Private Limited is a social enterprise formed by RSVP Singapore (The Organisation of Senior Volunteers) in July 2004 to offer consultancy and training services to Voluntary Welfare Organisations, Small & Medium Enterprises and other Non-Profit Organisations and Government Agencies seeking to achieve higher productivity and effectiveness. ProGuide draws its consultancy and training resources from the large pool of RSVP members which include CEOs, director of companies and senior consultants in various fields.
S Rajaratnam School of International Studies
Since its establishment, the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) has acquired a reputation as a leading research and graduate teaching institution in strategic and international affairs in the Asia-Pacific Region. RSIS aims to provide a rigorous professional graduate education in international affairs with a strong practical and area emphasis; conduct policy-relevant research in national security, defence and strategic studies, diplomacy and international relations; and collaborate with like-minded schools of international affairs to form a global network of excellence.
SEAMEO Regional Language Centre
The SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (RELC) is a leading language teacher education centre under the Southeast Asia Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO). SEAMEO RELC has played a pivotal role in providing language education and training for many in the region and beyond. The Centre is also well respected for its publications, its consultancy work for assessment in language use and its professional standing as a Centre of choice for training. In its over 44 years of existence, SEAMEO RELC has trained more than 37,000 professionals from Southeast Asia and beyond.
NTUC’s SEED Institute is built upon a vision to give children the best head-start by grooming early childhood professionals to provide the best care and education to young children. SEED Institute was set up in 1989 by the NTUC, in collaboration with the Bernard van Leer Foundation, a Dutch private philanthropic foundation that funds and shares knowledge about work in early childhood development. Today, SEED Institute is recognized as the pioneer in early childhood education and comprises five Centres of Excellence specialising in areas such as research and best practices, continuous professional development, higher education, professional qualifications and regional partnership.
Singapore Aviation Academy, Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore
The Singapore Aviation Academy (SAA) is the internationally recognised training arm of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore. It has trained over 52,000 participants from over 190 countries since 1958, offering a wide range of aviation training programmes for both operational and top-level aviation management personnel, with a world class airport at its doorstep for on-site training. SAA was conferred the prestigious 34th Edward Warner Award in 2000 by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) “in recognition of its eminent contribution as a centre of excellence in international civil aviation training”.
Singapore Cooperation Enterprise
Singapore Cooperation Enterprise (SCE) was formed by the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore to address the growing number of foreign requests to tap into Singapore’s developmental experience. SCE works closely with Singapore’s 15 ministries and over 60 statutory boards and is the focal point for access to expertise in these public agencies, offering foreign parties customised solutions to meet their developmental needs.
Singapore Customs Academy
The Singapore Customs Academy is the training arm of the Singapore Customs, the lead agency responsible for the implementation of customs and trade enforcement measures including those related to free trade agreements and strategic goods. The Academey provides training for the local trading and logistics community as well as foreign officials in the fields of customs procedures and tariff regimes.
Singapore E-Government Leadership Centre
Globally, Singapore is recognised as one of the leaders in the field of e-Government. eGL is a centre set up within the Institute of System Science and draws its knowledge from the Singapore government’s more than 30 years of effort in computerisation and e-Government implementation. eGL’s mission is to help government leaders innovate and transform through the provision of education, research and advisory services so as to accelerate economic development in their countries.
Singapore Environment Institute,National Environment Agency
Singapore Environment Institute (SEI) is a training division and knowledge centre in the National Environment Agency (NEA) with its core strengths in the areas of environmental governance and management. The Institute aims to promote as an environment hub, by providing thought leadership on environmental sustainability and management for high-density, compact cities, and to spark the development of innovative environment solutions. Its work also includes developing and managing a variety of learning programmes to enhance the competency of environmental professionals and share Singapore’s environmental experiences.
Singapore General Hospital,SingHealth
Singapore General Hospital (SGH) is the public sector’s flagship hospital. Established in 1821, SGH is Singapore’s oldest and largest acute tertiary hospital and national referral centre offering a comprehensive range of clinical specialities and clinical support services in the region. Its SingHealth Alice Lee Institute of Advanced Nursing (Alice Lee IAN) acts as a teaching hospital providing a comprehensive range of nursing specialised programmes and practice-based training in Singapore. In March 2007, the SingHealth Alice Lee IAN became the first in to earn international recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Centre (ANCC), the largest nurse credentialing centre in the world.
Singapore Media Academy
Singapore Media Academy (SMA), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore’s largest media company Mediacorp, was established in 2005 to offer training, educational and consultancy services to address the needs of the local and regional media industries. SMA has conducted training under the Singapore-Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Third Country Training Programme to assist Commonwealth developing countries’ transition from analogue to digital broadcasting. Over the course of the past three years, SMA has also supported countries such as Malaysia, Myanmar, Bhutan, China, Taiwan, Thailand and Bahrain in areas of Broadcasting and Media training as well.
Singapre Mediation Centre (SMC)
The Singapore Mediation Centre (SMC) is the flagship mediation centre of Singapore. SMC believes in strengthening institutions and empowering individuals through the promotion of peaceful means of dispute resolution. SMC conducts training workshops in on a regular basis for government organisations, tertiary institutions, professional and trade associations and business organisations. The reputation of SMC as a premier training institution has generated training work in Austria, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Fiji, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Malta, the Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.
Singapore Police Force,Ministry of Home Affairs
The Singapore Police Force works closely with the local community and globally, with its foreign counterparts to ensure that it remains effective against the twin threats of transnational crime and terrorism. It plays a critical role in Singapore’s Criminal Justice System with its mission to uphold the law, maintain order and keep the peace in the Republic. It also continually builds trust and strengthens its partnership with the community that it serves.
Singapore Polytechnic (SP) is the pioneer polytechnic in Singapore, offering a wide range of courses in biotechnology, business, computing, communication, e-commerce, engineering, information technology, life sciences, multimedia design, optometry, maritime studies, media and communication to meet the human resource needs of the country. Complementing the excellent facilities and quality programmes are the Polytechnic’s strong links with local industries and international institutions.
Singapore Productivity Association
The Singapore Productivity Association (SPA) was set up in 1973 as an affiliated body of the then National Productivity Board, now Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board (SPRING Singapore). Its mission is to raise the productivity of organisations and individuals in Singapore. The Association organises conferences and seminars, short courses, talks and company visits to propagate the acquisition of knowledge and skills. Longer courses focusing on management competencies to drive improvements in market share, reduce costs and to improve service are also available. Since 1994, the Association has trained some 1,000 foreign participants in various programmes conducted for a number of organizations.
SSTC School For Further Education
SSTC School for Further Education is a business, secretarial, hospitality and language training institute established in 1978. Registered with the Council for Private Education, SSTC offers standard programmes in English, Administration, Business and Hospitality Management and customised programmes upon request.
Subordinate Courts Singapore
The Subordinate Courts are a critical component of the judiciary and exist to serve the people of Singapore by delivering quality justice. Their mission is to provide an effective and accessible system of justice, inspiring public trust and confidence. More than 95% of all judicial matters in Singapore are dealt with in the Subordinate Courts, which hear civil, criminal, juvenile cases, and family matters.
Supreme Court Singapore
The Supreme Court of Singapore stands at the apex of what is widely acknowledged as one of the most effective and efficient court systems in the world. In the 2011 International Institute for Management Development (IMD) World Competitiveness Yearbook, Singapore topped the rankings under the criteria of “Legal and Regulatory Framework” and in the 2011 Political and Economic Risk Consultancy (PERC) report, Singapore was ranked the second strongest judicial system in Asia among 12 jurisdictions surveyed. A visit to the Supreme Court provides participants with insights into the administration of justice in Singapore, especially in the areas of judicial reform, court technology and case management initiatives. Participants will also have the opportunity to view live demonstrations of the various technological facilities available in the courthouse.
Established in 1990, Temasek Polytechnic’s (TP) mission is to prepare school leavers and working adults with relevant knowledge, life-long skills, character and a thirst for continuous improvement. TP offers 53 full-time diploma courses in the areas of Applied Sciences, Business, Design, Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Informatics and IT to more than 15,000 students. TP also offers customised courses and executive development programmes for organisations and working adults seeking to upgrade their knowledge and expertise.
TUV SUD PSB Learning
Headquartered in Singapore, TUV SUD PSB Learning is one of the largest training and consulting service providers in Singapore and the region, with over 30,000 individuals attending its courses annually. It was appointed a Continuous Education and Training (CET) Centre by the Workforce Development Agency (WDA) for two skills frameworks, Employability Skills and Service Excellence. Its forte lies in its keen ability to recommend, develop and implement effective training paths that support the individual growth of talent within the larger objectives of their organisation through our in-house customised solutions and public programmes.
Vector Scorecard (Asia-Pacific)
Established since 2006, Vector Scorecard (VSC) Asia-Pacific Group is part of an economic development agency set up and partly-owned by the investment arm of Spring Singapore (under the auspices of Ministry of Trade and Industry). Its focus is to design and deliver capacity building programs for the public and private sectors to enhance a country’s economic and social conditions in the long term. To date, VSC has served more than 150 ministries in over 50 countries in areas such as economic development, hospitality and tourism, SME development and entrepreneurship, e-government and knowledge management, FDIs and many more.