Capelle creates learning solutions which are designed to meet the contextual needs of our clients. We advocate frameworks to anchor concepts and application. Beyond just imparting practical skills and concepts, our solutions reach into the person to build a sense of purpose, ownership and resilience. We create learning that lasts.
Capelle offers Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) Public Workshops catering to different learning needs and individuals. Each workshop is designed to develop skills and capabilities in various competencies, ranging from Service Excellence (SV) to Leadership and People Management (LPM).
The Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) is a national credential system that trains, develops, assesses and certifies skills and competencies for the workforce. As a continuing education and training (CET) system, WSQ supports the SkillsFuture movement to:
- Promote recognition of skills and competencies to facilitate progression, mastery and mobility;
- Promote holistic development of the workforce through technical and generic skills and competencies;
- Support economic development by professionalising skills and competencies to drive industry transformation, productivity and innovation efforts; and
- Encourage lifelong learning.
Training programmes developed under the WSQ system are based on skills and competencies validated by employers, unions and professional bodies. This process ensures existing and emerging skills and competencies that are in demand are used to inform training and development under WSQ. With the roll out of the Skills Frameworks* in 2016, the WSQ adopts the skills and competencies covered in the Skills Frameworks. The WSQ programmes are funded and quality-assured by SkillsFuture Singapore, which awards the WSQ certifications.
SkillsFuture is a national movement to provide Singaporeans with the opportunities to develop themselves.
As part of the Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy Scheme, all Singaporeans aged 40 and above can receive up to 90% course fee subsidy for WSQ-funded courses.
In addition, all Singaporeans aged 25 and above will receive SkillsFuture Credits to encourage them to take up individual ownership of their skills development and lifelong learning.