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Career Coaching Workshop

Providing sound and timely career advice to employees is an important employee engagement and retention strategy.

This workshop not only addresses the structure and tools necessary for an effective career advice conversation, it also equips managers with the soft-skills to increase engagement during career coaching.

provide career advice

Common Challenges

  1. Disengaged employees and attrition due to lack of career planning conversation with managers.
  2. Ineffective career planning without proper structure and tools.
  3. Disengaged employees due to poor coaching skills.

What You Will Learn

  1. Contribute to the development of organizational career planning strategies

  2. Communicate career planning tools and services to managers and employees

  3. Assess employee skills & experience to identify appropriate career pathways

  4. Determine appropriate career development options

  5. Implement career development plans and ensure access to relevant resources

Who Is This For

For Human Resources (HR) managers and supervisors who want to learn more about how to provide career advice to others. 

Course Fees

  SGD ($)
 Workfare Training Support Scheme (WTS)*90.00
 Small-Medium Enterprises (SME) Funding **    127.50  

 Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy

 (Individuals above 40 years old)*

 Corporate/Self-sponsored Individuals562.50
 Full Fee 802.50
*Applicable to Singaporeans only
**Applicable to Singaporeans and Permanent Residents who are sponsored by a Small-Medium Enterprise (SME) only. 
+ All course fees reflected above are inclusive of Goods and Services Tax (GST)

Skill Standard

Provide Career Advice

Assumed Skills

Learners who are able to: 

  • communicate ideas and information to employees and colleagues effectively

  • solve problems to achieve optimal results in business units

  • collect, analyze and organize information to review data critically

  • plan and organize resources and activities to complete work activities within specified timeframes

  • work with privacy and confidentiality considerations that govern all human resource transactions

  • work with models and methods for the management and development of human resource, activities, services and programs

  • be able to listen and speak English at a proficiency level equivalent to the Employability Skills Workforce Skills Qualifications (ES WSQ) Workplace Literacy (WPL) level 5

  • be able to read and write English at a proficiency level equivalent to the ES WSQ WPL level 5

  • be able to manipulate numbers at a proficiency level equivalent to ES WSQ Workplace Numeracy (WPN) level 5