Join these programmes to build up your knowledge in food production, food processing, and e-commerce, as you carve out your career in the food manufacturing industry. Or use them to groom your employees for a bigger role in your business.
Use the Skills Framework for Food Manufacturing to map out the skills needed and training gaps among your employees. The framework helps you to chart the career pathways for your employees in the food manufacturing industry.
The framework has four tracks and covers 22 job roles, from product, quality assurance and quality control, to research and business development. The framework also lists existing and emerging skills required by each job role. For example, your employees may need to learn how to evaluate flavours and create new recipes, formulations for products, or how to operate automated manufacturing equipment.
As an employee, you can use the framework to find relevant training programmes to improve and master your skills in food manufacturing.
Get the full details of the Skills Framework for Food Manufacturing.
Worked for at least two years in the food manufacturing industry and wish to upgrade your food manufacturing skills and progress within the industry? You can, by applying for the SkillsFuture Study Awards for Food Manufacturing Sector.
You will receive S$5,000 to pay for your training fees if you get the award. Use it to recharge your career with deeper skills, such as in food nutrition, quality assurance or automation technology.
As an employer, you can use the Adapt and Grow suite of programmes by the Workforce Singapore to hire and retain early to mid-career local talent in your company.