Career Resource Singapore

The Ministry of Manpower (MOM), Workforce Singapore (WSG), National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) and Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) jointly developed the CareerResource portal with the aim of strengthening support for professionals in their career development. Launched in November 2014, this one-stop career portal provides resources from courses and programmes, calendar of events, career tips to labour market information, which are aggregated from the websites of CaliberLink, e2i, U PME Centre and WSG.

Job Authority Portals

MOM’s vision is to develop a great workforce where Singaporeans can aspire to higher incomes and fulfilling careers. Complementing this is a great workplace where companies are lauded for having outstanding employment practices and organisational cultures. To achieve this vision, our mission is to improve the skills and productivity of the Singaporean workforce as the basis for better jobs, higher incomes and a secure retirement. For more information, please visit
Workforce Singapore will promote the development, competitiveness, inclusiveness, and employability of all levels of the workforce. Its key mission is to enable Singaporeans to meet their career aspirations, take on quality jobs at different stages of life and help enterprises be competitive and manpower-lean. Workforce Singapore will focus on strengthening the Singaporean core and ensure that Singaporeans are able to have better jobs and careers. Workforce Singapore, in partnership with key stakeholders, will also provide support to business owners and companies to enable them to adapt and grow, while building a future-ready workforce. For more information, please visit

National body to oversee employment stability

The National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) is a national confederation of trade unions in the industrial, service and public sectors in Singapore. NTUC’s objectives are to help Singapore stay competitive and workers remain employable for life; to enhance the social status and well-being of workers; and to build a strong, responsible and caring labour movement. NTUC’s vision is to be an inclusive labour movement for all collars, ages and nationalities. For more information, please visit
SNEF is a trade union of employers dedicated to preserving industrial harmony and helping employers achieve excellence in employment practices, thereby enhancing productivity, competitiveness as well as the quality of their employees’ work life. With over 3,000 corporate members, SNEF is an active player in facilitating the tripartite partnership among the Government, employers and unions. For more information, please visit
CaliberLink assists local professionals to be more career resilient. We provide career and training advice, organise workshops, and run programmes to enhance job search skills and employability. Our recruitment and networking initiatives connect professionals and organisations to explore opportunities. For more information, please visit

Creating better jobs

As THE leading organisation to create solutions for better employment and employability, e2i exists to create better jobs and better lives for workers. Since 2008, we have helped 300,000 workers through providing better jobs, developing better skills through professional development, and improving productivity for companies. e2i serves all segments of workers, from rank-and-file to professionals, managers and executives.
For more information, please visit
Serving Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs), the U PME Centre aims to be the 1st Stop and 1 Stop for PMEs in advancing their interests through Protection, Progression, Placement and Privileges. We provide PMEs with workplace, career and professional development advisory services to help them to be future-ready and future-proof, employment and employability opportunities, and membership benefits to meet their lifestyle needs.

Which job am I most suitable for?

Before you decide on which job suits you most, you must do some serious self-reflection – understand yourself and determine what you want and can do for your career. Think about where you are now and where you want to be. Here are some questions you could ask yourself to get started:

What are my career interests?

What are my current skills set and what are my qualifications to date?

What is important to me in my work and my life?

Before you write down the answers to these questions, try making a list of jobs that interest you and are aligned to your values. There are also assessment tools that may help you find a match. Here’s one you could check out:

It might be interesting to note that people tend to not only perform better in jobs that match their personalities and interests, but also find them more enjoyable.

Knowing your own personality type can also help you find jobs that suit you best. If you need some help in determining your personality, you can take the following career self-assessment test to find out more about yourself:


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Category: Professional Development (WSG)
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Category: Professional Development (Others)

API 653 Preparatory Training Course (Aboveground Storage Tank Inspector) By Cutech Quality Solution Pte Ltd

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Category: Professional Development (Others)

Achieve Personal and Team Work Targets
At the end of the program, participants should be able to: Performance planning • Set objectives & develop activity plans for self and with team • Document deliverables of team members • Communicate expectations to team members Review performance • Identify learning opportunities to support performance • Review performance against success criteria for self and for team members • Provide feedback to team members regarding team/individual performance • Respond accordingly to staff performance to ensure performance criteria are met • Handle difficult appraisal situations • Manage risk related issues
Category: Professional Development (WSG)
Achieve Result Through Your Team
This course will address the skills and knowledge required by assistant managers, supervisors and team leaders to achieve business result by leading and managing the team effectively. This workshop will cover the framework for mapping business goals into clear team plans. It also covers key concepts and practical techniques of work allocation, performance management and risk management.
Category: Professional Development (WSG)
Achieving Optimal Results through Project Management
– Understand the elements of systematic project management – Assess project time constraints in order to sequence tasks accordingly – Apply a systematic approach to project management on job-related projects – Develop a project schedule to guide time management of the project – Understand the key factors to successful project management – Implement and manage the project schedule to ensure project objectives are met within the time frame
Category: Professional Development (WSG)
Achieving Project Objectives through Effective Implementation
– Understand the definition of a project and project management – Understand the project team structure and the role of a project team leader / project team members – Work within project schedule to ensure project deliverables are met on time – Identify and report potential changes to project schedule to project managers for corrective actions – Monitor and manage changes to project schedule to meet scheduled target
Category: Professional Development (WSG)
This course will provide an understanding of techniques that are widely used for generating finite capacity plan and schedule for factory operations.
Category: Professional Development (WSG)
Aerospace – STEP Scholarship
The STEP Scholarship for the Aerospace Industry comprises of the following programme:
1)The Aircraft Engineering – STEP Scholarship Programme is jointly delivered by Air Transport Training College (ATTC) and Kingston University.
Category: Scholarships
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Category: Professional Development (WSG)

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