Fee: $32.10 w/GST
The SSIC-GT is a mandatory WSH training course for all workers working in the ship building and ship repairing industry. Shipyard workers are required to go through the SSIC before they start work at the shipyard.
Participants who are Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents (SPR) sponsored by Company or Individuals are eligible for the Skills Development Fund (SDF) Funding administrated by the SkillsFuture Singapore Agency (SSG). Individuals can however apply for SkillsFuture Credits to pay for their training (only applicable for Singaporeans aged 25 and above). For further informations, log on to myskillsfuture.gov.sg.
On completion of this course, the participants will be able to recognize the safety hazards in Shipyard work, aware on the preventive measures to be adopted, and the importance of observing safety signs and safe work procedures.
This course is designed for all workers working in the shipbuilding and ship repairing industry
Must be over 18 yrs old. Must be physically and mentally fit for the training. Employability Skills (ES) Workplace Literacy Level 3 and above. Be able to manipulate numbers at a proficiency level equivalent to ES Workplace Numeracy level 3 and above
Valid Work Permit / S Pass / Employment Pass / NRIC copy / Valid Passport copy
Please note that 100% attendance is mandatory for this course
Course Assessment – 40 MCQ
Passing mark: 60%
Learner must pass written assessment
Course attendance: 100%
Late comers will not be allowed to sit for the test.
Upon successful completion of the Course and assessed as competent, all participants will be issued a Card from Global Training Services.
As MOM require, all construction firms must have at least 10% of their work permit holders (WPHs) to be qualified as “Higher Skilled” R1 workers. Construction personnel registered under the Multi-skilling Scheme are qualified as “Higher Skilled” R1 workers under the Ministry of Manpower (MOM)’s Foreign Worker Levy Scheme.
Worker’s NRIC (for Singaporean and Singapore PR) or valid work permit/employment pass (for foreigner)(front and back in a single page)
The Direct R1 Scheme was implemented, on 1 Sep 2015, to provide another alternative pathway for the industry to upgrade their construction workers. It allows those who pass the Skills Evaluation Certificate (Knowledge), SEC(K), test at higher skill level and draw a fixed monthly salary of $1,600 or more, to be considered as R1 (Higher Skilled) workers; under the Ministry of Manpower Tiered-Levy Scheme.