Training Programmes

The employability of persons with disabilities can be enhanced through the training programmes which equip them with a variety of skills, ranging from work preparation to vocational skills, for work in open employment. Beyond vocational training, we also offer lifelong learning opportunities for both professional development and personal growth.

Google Career Certificate Scholarship Programme

The Google Career Certificate Scholarship Programme aims to promote the acquisition of in-demand digital skills, and SG Enable is one of the partners distributing these scholarships. The scholarship covers Data Analytics, IT Automation, IT Support, Project Management, User Experience (UX) Design, Cybersecurity, Business Intelligence, Advanced Data Analytics and Digital Marketing & E-commerce.

Persons with disabilities can apply for the scholarship through SG Enable.

VMware Aurora Programme

The VMware Aurora programme aims to empower persons with disabilities with the skills needed in today’s digital workforce. This complimentary self-paced programme covers digital and sales skills ranging from computer security and internet safety to customer relationship management.

Persons with disabilities can apply for the programme through SG Enable.

Funding Support

Open Door Programme Training Grant

Persons with disabilities who are in employment can tap on the Open Door Programme (ODP) fund to upgrade their skills through training.

ODP is a programme that aims to encourage employer to hire, train and integrate persons with disabilities. Employers, who hire persons with disabilities, will be eligible for grants and employment support services under the Programme.

Employers can send their employees with disabilities to attend courses to enhance their skills in their field of work or learn new skills for career advancement by applying for ODP Training Grant from SG Enable.

Temasek Trust-CDC
Lifelong Learning Enabling Fund

The Temasek Trust-CDC Lifelong Learning Enabling Fund is a S$4 million community fund set up to support persons with disabilities in acquiring relevant vocational and independent living skills and emerge stronger from the pandemic. You can receive up to $1,000 to support your course fees, learning support services and learning devices.

SkillsFuture Credits

In addition to the SkillsFuture Study Awards, SkillsFuture is a national movement to provide Singaporeans with the opportunities to develop their fullest potential throughout life, regardless of their starting points.

To find out more, please visit the SkillsFuture website.

From January 2016, Singapore Citizens aged 25 years and above who received their SkillsFuture Credit mailer will be eligible for an initial credit of $500 which can be used to pay for a range of skills-related courses on top of existing approved SG Enable funded courses.

The SkillsFuture Credit is only applicable for self-sponsored applicants. For more information on SkillsFuture Credit, please log on to SkillsFuture Credit.