Use the Food Services Skills Framework to plan career pathways and trainings, and help your employees progress in their career. The framework has seven tracks—from food and beverage service to pastry and baking, and covers 52 job roles that are pivotal in the food services industry.
Learn about existing and emerging skills and competencies needed in each job role, and identify training gaps and develop corresponding training programmes to upskill your employees for the future of F&B.
See how you can apply the Food Services Skills Framework to your business.
Just like a health screening, the Human Capital Diagnostic Tool (HCDT) is the starting point to assess how developed your HR practices are. Prioritise the areas for improvement and take the opportunity to enhance your HR structure and processes for your F&B business.
How the HCDT can help:
Make use of the diagnostic tool here.
Keen to recruit suitable candidates for your business, or learn more about the latest industry trends and technology, such as cook-chill and smart kitchen automation?
You can hire quickly and effectively, and identify in-demand skills and suitable courses for your employees through MySkillsFuture portal:
Head over to MySkillsFuture portal to find out more.
The Enterprise Development Grant (EDG) can support you in building capabilities across key HR areas such as attracting, developing and retaining talents. Receive up to 70% funding for qualifying expenses such as consultancy and certification.
Key support areas include:
Apply for EDG to develop human capital capabilities for your food services business today.
Transform and grow your F&B business in this new manpower-lean landscape with a strong Singaporean core. The Lean Enterprise Development Scheme (LEDS) can provide you with the temporary flexibility of deploying foreign manpower to facilitate day-to-day operations in your F&B outlet, where required.
How the LEDS can help you:
Find out how LEDS can support your business.
Outsource HR functions, optimise manual processes and strengthen employee engagement by adopting pre-scoped digital solutions and equipment with the support of Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG).
You can find support in the following areas under HR Technology Systems and HR Shared Services1 covered by PSG:
Learn more about the eligibility criteria and apply for PSG.
If your F&B business has approved PSG applications, you can also tap the Productivity Solutions Grant (SkillsFuture Training Subsidy) to train and build a pool of skilled employees in areas that enhance your business competitiveness.
Receive up to 70% funding for out-of-pocket training expenses incurred, capped at S$10,000 per company. This is provided on top of existing government course fee subsidies, and is in addition to PSG pre-scoped productivity solutions.
Apply for the Productivity Solutions Grant (SkillsFuture Training Subsidy).
1 The HR Tech pilot and HR Shared Services initiative were previously supported under the Enterprise Development Grant. They have since transitioned to PSG.
Foster a progressive and age-friendly workplace to motivate and encourage your employees. Implement job redesign, age management practices and flexible work arrangements at no cost.
NTUC’s Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) and Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) are the only official Programme Partners appointed to market and administer WorkPro.
Interested food services companies can find out more about WorkPro and get in touch with Programme Partners here.