As your enterprise adopts more digital technologies and automation, you will require skilled workers to operate these complex machinery and systems. The PE Industry Transformation Map has initiatives to nurture talent and improve their skills.
Under the Skills Framework for Precision Engineering launched by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG), there are career pathways outlined for 13 occupations and job roles in the industry, along with training programmes tailored to help them gain the relevant skills to excel in the field.
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Workforce Singapore’s (WSG) Adapt & Grow initiative has seen the development of Professional Conversion Programmes (PCPs) to support the re-skilling of mid-career professionals who are keen to enter the PE industry. New career paths range from being an advanced manufacturing engineer to a system integrator. WSG also launched a series of advanced manufacturing master classes covering topics such as additive manufacturing and advanced robotics.
The Industry 4.0 Human Capital Initiative (IHCI) is a dedicated programme led by the Singapore Business Federation (SBF), McKinsey, and EY, to support companies with people management and job redesign skills required for successful Industry 4.0 transformation.
The Advanced Manufacturing Training Academy (AMTA) is a national programme office that charts training offerings and facilitate the development of new courses to address skills gaps and training demand for the advanced manufacturing workforce in Singapore.
The Global Ready Talent (GRT) Programme grooms global-ready talent for Singapore enterprises through exposing more Singaporeans to internships and overseas work opportunities in Southeast Asia, China and India.