The Enterprise Leadership for Transformation (ELT) is a one-year programme that supports business leaders of promising small and medium enterprises to develop business growth capabilities.
The programme helps leaders develop business growth plans that will take their enterprises to the next level. The ELT will be administered by a network of partners including Institutes of Higher Learning, financial institutions and industry experts who understand the unique challenges faced by small and medium enterprises. Eligible enterprises can qualify for up to 90% funding of programme fees.
Upon the development of a business growth plan, you may continue to receive mentoring and support from the ELT partners for implementation.
As part of the ELT alumni upon completion of the programme, you will be able to continually gain access to networking opportunities and resources from peers and industry experts.
1 The list of programme managers is updated as of 20 August 2020. More programme managers will be onboarded in the subsequent months.
2 Programme dates are indicative and may be subject to change.
The ELT is suitable for business owners or leaders who have grown their businesses beyond S$5 million, with the commitment to bring their enterprises to the next stage and see through the programme.
You may choose to enrol one other member of the core management team into the programme.
Course fee is approximately at S$30,000 per participant (before subsidy), depending on the programme manager.
The ELT also qualifies for additional subsidies under the SkillsFuture Enterprise Credits (SFEC) scheme if the companies fulfil the following criteria:
The examples below illustrate the programme fees payable for qualifying participants.
For the exact fees and other funding support available, please refer to SkillsFuture Singapore’s website or check in with the respective programme managers.
Note: Foreign enterprises4 and non-Singaporeans/Singapore PRs may also apply for the programme, but will not be eligible for the funding of programme fees.
4 A company is considered to be locally owned if it has more than 30% local shareholding. Companies with less than 30% shareholding will be considered as foreign-owned.
Reference documents required for the application process:
We are now accepting applications for 2021 Q2 intakes. Interested applicants should prepare the aforementioned reference documents at the point of submission, as only completed applications will be considered. To apply, please click here.
Note: Admission to the ELT is not guaranteed upon application. Applicants will go through a screening and selection process administered by Enterprise Singapore and ELT's Programme Managers. Only successful applicants will be invited to join the ELT as there are limited places available.
For all other programme-related enquiries, kindly email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.