Training Partners

For training partners looking to work with SG Enable through the training grant, please refer to the information below.

For training partners who are looking at Training Facilities within Enabling Village, please click here to find out more.

About the Training Grant

The SG Enable Training Grant for Training Providers aim to encourage training providers, including companies and voluntary welfare organisations (VWOs) with training capabilities, to propose training initiatives to achieve the following outcomes:

  1. Increase employability and employment rate of persons with disabilities
  2. Upgrade capabilities of persons with disabilities
  3. Build confidence and capabilities of employers to promote inclusiveness and integration of persons with disabilities in the workforce

This grant is to defray the costs of training persons with disabilities, and is part of the Open Door Programme Grant by Workforce Singapore (WSG) and the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF), to help persons with disabilities seek employment or upgrade.

There will be an upcoming Training Grant Call Briefing. Details of the Training Grant Call Briefing can be found below:

Date: 11 December 2018 (Tuesday)
Time: 3pm to 5pm
Location: Enabling Village, Academy Block, Classroom 1

Opening Date of Grant Call: 01 January 2019

Closing Date of Grant Call: 28 February 2019

For more information, please contact SG Enable Training Team at training@sgenable.sg or call us at 9653-4027.

Who can apply

The following organizations are eligible to apply for the grant:

  • Training providers or institutions
  • Voluntary welfare organisations
  • Special education schools (for programmes aimed at alumni members or adult non-schooling persons with disabilities)
  • Non-profit organisations
  • Social enterprises
  • Associations
  • Companies

Grant applicants must fulfill all of the following:

  1. Registered or incorporated in Singapore
  2. Operating from offices in Singapore
  3. Financially sustainable to continue their operations in Singapore
  4. Not receiving other forms of government funding for their proposed course fees and capability development funding.

The grant applicant’s experience in training and a proven track record in the disability sector will be preferred.

How to apply

Below are the steps to apply for the Training Grant

  1. Download the application kit for SG Enable Training Grant
  2. Complete and submit the application form and project proposal via email to the Training Team. Proposals should reach SG Enable by the grant call closing date.
  3. An acknowledgement email will be sent within three working days, upon receipt of the completed application form and proposal.
  4. Applicants may be requested to furnish more information if necessary.
  5. All applicants will be informed via email on the outcome of their applications.

If you wish to speak to Training team, you may call 1800 858 5885, from Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 6pm.

Schedule of Grant Calls

Application for Grant Opens Closing Date of Application
1 September 2018 31 October 2018
1 January 2019 28 February 2019
1 July 2019 31 August 2019

What the grant covers

S/N Grant Category Description Funding Rates
A Course fee funding to training providers to train persons with disabilities To support training providers in the contextualisation and delivery of training and training-related services for both unemployed and in-employment persons with disabilities. Training could be in various forms, eg. in-house training, external training or on-the-job training. Up to 90% course fee funding per trainee.

Provision of training allowance for trainees may be available on a case-by-case basis.

B Course fee funding to training providers to train employers and/or co-workers To support training providers in the contextualisation and delivery of training to employers and/or co-workers, to build up their disability confidence and capabilities to hire and integrate persons with disabilities into the workplace, and to create an inclusive environment Up to 90% course fee funding per trainee.
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