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Professional Conversion Programme (PCP)
Reskill your competencies to take on new jobs
Sector
Aerospace
Air Transport
Built Environment
Design
Education
Electronics
Energy & Chemicals
Energy & Chemicals – Specialty Chemicals
Food Services
General Manufacturing
Healthcare
Hotel
Infocomm Technology
Logistics
Marine
Medical Technology
MICE, Attractions and Travel
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
Precision Engineering
Process Construction and Maintenance
Professional Services
Public Transport
Retail
Security
Social Service
Waste Management
Wholesale Trade

Professional Conversion Programmes (PCPs) are career conversion programmes targeted at Professionals, Managers, Executives and Technicians (PMETs), including mid-career switchers, to undergo skills conversion and move into new occupations or sectors that have good prospects and opportunities for progression.

  • Place-and-Train: PMET is hired by a participating employer before undergoing training to take on new job role.
  • Attach-and-Train: PMET is provided with training and work attachments, in advance of job placement, through industry partners in growth sectors with good future job opportunities.

For individuals who are interested to make a career switch, please book an appointment to meet an e2i career coach here. For companies who are interested to find out more about partnering NTUC's e2i for PCPs, click here and write to us.

For employers who are interested to participate in PCPs, please click the button below to register your interest by filling up the form. Do note that the indication of interest is not an application for the programme.

As announced by DPM Heng on 17 Aug 2020, the Jobs Growth Incentive (“JGI”) has been introduced to support companies to hire more Singaporeans and provide more good jobs amidst the current labour market.

a. Under the JGI, the Government will co-pay up to 25% of salaries of all new local hires between Sep 2020 (where the JGI will take effect) to Feb 2021 for one year, subject to a cap.

b. For those aged 40 and above, the co-payment to employers will be up to 50%.

More information on the JGI is available on IRAS’ website.

As the JGI will also apply to jobseekers undergoing reskilling through PCPs, WSG will be making temporary funding adjustments during the duration of the JGI to ensure our jobseekers continue to receive the necessary support they need to be placed into new opportunities in growth sectors. For more information, download the Factsheet and FAQs.

For individuals hired on Place-and-Train PCPs for the period between 1 Sep 2020 to 28 Feb 2021, the Salary Support disbursements will now be disbursed to participating employers over a longer period, comprising the PCP training duration and an additional period of retention equivalent to the training duration. For more information, kindly visit our website.

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