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Professional Services: CCP for Human Capital Professionals (with LHUB)
Reskill your competencies to take on new job roles with good longer-term prospects
Accurate as of 30 Mar 2024
Please refer to ‘Contact Details’ below on how to apply for this Programme.
What is it?

Human Resource (HR) is a critical function supporting companies’ day-to-day operations, business growth and transformations in all sectors. According to the HR Jobs Transformation Map (JTM), HR practices are undergoing rapid transformation currently, with technology as the main driving force. Some existing HR job roles in HR practices will see a high degree of change in job tasks, requiring job redesign and reskilling in the next five years*. At the same time, new HR skills and job roles are emerging to meet the changing global and local business environment.

With the Institute for Human Resource Professionals (IHRP) as the Knowledge Partner, the Career Conversion Programme (CCP) for Human Capital Professionals is targeted at mid-career individuals keen to embark on a career as HR professionals. As HR practice is sector-agnostic, individuals will have the opportunities to work in different industries or sectors, depending on the job opportunities offered by participating employers. 

Mid-career individuals hired and placed under the CCP will undergo skills conversion, comprising On-the-Job Training covering at least two of the four Emerging Skills and Competencies (ESCs) aligned to the IHRP Body of Competencies. To facilitate effective acquisition of the selected ESCs, each individual will implement a work-based project during the 4-month training, guided by the appointed industry experts and supported by their respective employers.  

Emerging Skills and Competencies (ESCs):

  1.  HR Data Analytics and Visualisation
  2. Strategic Workforce Planning
  3. Knowledge in HR technology
  4. Change Management

(* The CCP also supports employers in job redesign and reskilling of their in-service HR professionals in ESCs. Interested employers may refer to the contact details and contact our Programme Partner for more information.)

Who can apply?


The Programme is open to all company-sponsored applicants who meet the following General Eligibility Criteria:

  • Be a Singapore Citizen (SC) or Permanent Resident (PR) aged 21 years and above;
  • New hires must have graduated or completed NS, whichever is later, at least two years at the point of application;
  • Must be a newly hired PMET (i.e. not more than three (3) months from date of employment), and nominated by an eligible company for the CCP;
  • Must not be in a similar job role prior to joining the CCP;
  • Must not be a shareholder of the participating company, or its related companies;
  • Must not be related to the owner(s) of the participating company; and
  • Must not be immediate ex-staff of participating company and its related companies.


  • Registered or incorporated in Singapore with a valid Unique Entity Number (UEN) with Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA);
  • Offer a full-time PMET position related to job role which the CCP is for, with a minimum fixed monthly salary of $2,800 or more, and at least a 12-month employment contract;
  • Ensure that new hires are not:
    • A shareholder of the CCP company, or its related companies;
    • Related to the owner(s) of the company; and
    • Immediate ex-staff of the company or its related companies.
  • Must put in place structured on-the-job training for the candidate; and
  • Commit to CCP training arrangements for the trainees

How does it work?


Applications received will be routed by the Programme Partner, LHUB, to participating employers for review. Suitable candidates will be shortlisted for interview, and successful candidates will be offered employment by the participating employers before embarking on the CCP and commence on the 4-month training programme.

Frequency of runs: Ongoing intakes throughout the year, depending on the availability of job vacancies from the participating employers.



Employers interested in hiring mid-careerists under the CCP must commit to working with WSG and the appointed Programme Partner on necessary administrative matters related to the CCP.


Funding support

WSG’s Funding to Employers

Standard Rate 

(SCs/PRs below age of 40)

Enhanced Rate

Salary Support

Up to 70% of monthly salary for CCP training duration (capped at $5,000* per month)

Up to 90% of monthly salary for CCP training duration (capped at $7,500* per month)

For SC/PR trainees who are unemployed and actively seeking employment for six months or more, and/or SC/PR trainees aged 40 years and above in the year of commencement of the CCP.


  • For trainees who commence training from 1 April 2024
  • For trainees who commence training before 1 April 2024, the funding is capped at $4,000 and $6,000 for Standard Rate and Enhanced Rate, respectively.

Contact details

For enquiries, please contact: 

NTUC LearningHub (LHUB)


Contact: 6336 5482