Join these programmes to upgrade your skills or plan your career path in the marine and offshore engineering industry. You can also use them to groom your employees for a bigger role in your business.
Use the Skills Framework for Marine and Offshore to plan career pathways and training for your employees to progress in their career in the marine and offshore industry.
The framework has seven tracks and covers 29 job roles, from project management to design and engineering. It also lists and describes 96 existing and emerging technical skills and competencies, and 18 generic skills and competencies.
As an employee, the framework has a list of training programmes to help you upgrade and master your skills in the marine and offshore space. See details of the Skills Framework for Marine and Offshore.
Deepen your skills with SkillsFuture. If you are a fresh polytechnic graduate, increase your skills and competencies to install and maintain robotic and automation equipment for the marine and offshore engineering industry.
The SkillsFuture Earn and Learn Programme – Specialist Diploma in Robotics and Automation is a 12-month work-learn programme that will arm you with the relevant skills you can apply to the industry.
Interested? Find out more about the Specialist Diploma in Robotics and Automation.
Prepare yourself for a professional career with the Work-Learn Technical Diploma in Marine and Offshore Engineering. This 3-year programme comprises 30% off-the-job training and 70% on-the-job training.
You can choose between two specialisations. A specialisation in Engineering Design would provide you with skills and knowledge in the design of ships and marine systems. The Production (repair and maintenance) specialisation will equip you with skills and knowledge in the repair and maintenance of ships and the various marine systems.
Learn more about this Work–Learn Technical Diploma in Marine & Offshore Engineering at the Institute of Technical Education.
Learn new skills to take on new roles in the marine and offshore industry.
If you are an employer, use the Marine Professional Conversion Programme to recruit mid-career job seekers who are keen to join the marine and offshore engineering sector.
If you are a mid-career professional, this programme will reskill you for new job roles in the marine and offshore engineering sector.
In this six-month training programme that is tailored to your new job role, you will learn through both facilitated classroom sessions and structured on-the-job training.
Looking for a career switch? Find out more about the Marine Professional Conversion Programme.