Use these programmes to groom fresh talent and mid-career professionals for a bigger role in your wholesale trade business.
Plan the skills your employees need with the Skills Framework for Wholesale Trade.
This framework identifies pivotal jobs in the wholesale trade industry, outlines possible career pathways and describes the skills needed to perform well within each role. You can also use it to help you identify training gaps and develop corresponding training programmes to upskill your employees.
Access the Skills Framework for a list of the key skills and competencies.
Training programmes are available for both entry-level graduates and mid-career professionals.
The Wholesale Trade (WST) sector is an essential pillar of Singapore’s economy, comprising of more than 50,000 organisations offering business-to-business (B2B) trading and distribution in verticals ranging from commodities to industrial and consumer products, generating close to 300,000 jobs in Singapore.
As the current business landscape shifts rapidly, organisations in the WST sector will have to rethink business and operating models, adapt to new ways of working and, most importantly, focus on re-skilling their workforce for the future.
Find out how your company can ensure that your workforce is future ready with the Job Transformation Map for WST.
The Wholesale Trade sector provides vast employment opportunities in various business functions such as Business Development, Finance, Operations, Marketing, Logistics, Procurement etc.
Whether you are a company looking for the right talent or an individual searching for an opportunity within the sector, the WST Placement Accelerator will help ease the job-matching process for you.
Register your interest with e2i here to find out more.
Career Conversion Programmes (CCP) support companies to send mid-career individuals for skills conversions and move into new occupations or sectors that have good prospects and opportunities for progression. There are close to 100 CCPs offered by WSG to support mid-career individuals in career conversion. Through CCP’s industry-recognised training, companies will gain a wider pool of candidates to consider when hiring.
Some CCPs you may wish to consider include:
Upskill or reskill with more than 20,000 training courses in Singapore that are eligible for SkillsFuture Credit. Browse the course directory online here.
Offered by SMU for its undergraduates, this programme grooms talent for careers with companies operating in the trading value chain. Apply to be an industry partner and you can get direct access to these talent for your new hires.
Offered by NTU for graduates from engineering, business and maritime studies, this programme provides an additional specialisation option to pursue a major or minor in international trading.