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SPEC logospec training course negotiation skills

Reference number: CRS-Q-0033488-MF


 

3 WSQ Modules in Program

  1. Apply Basic Negotiation Skills & Techniques
  2. Participate in Negotiations
  3. Manage & Direct Negotiations


This course emphasizes preparation of both the "head and heart” before entering a negotiation. Only 3 full days with e-Learning component!


Topics Covered

  • Introduction to Negotiation Analysis: finding the zone of possible agreement
  • Advanced Negotiation Analysis: creating value
  • Managing the Negotiation Process: bargaining tactics, style and emotion
  • Negotiation Mastery: forging agreement within groups and organizations


Target Audience

Marketing Associate, Marketing Executive, Marketing Manager, Division Heads.


Training Fees

  NON-SME/
Singapore Citizens/PRs
SMEs/Singapore Citizens
> 40 Years Old
WTS
Full Fee $1,500.00
Training Grant $480.00 $1,350.00 $1,425.00
Amount Payable after Training Grant $1,020.00 $150.00 $75.00

 
Training Location

The Leadership Institute Training Centre
Paya Lebar Square, #13-24 Singapore 409051

 Click here to register online  

 


 

Absentee Payroll:

80% of hourly basic salary, capped at $4.50/hr.
For SMEs, enhanced absentee payroll funding available at 80% of hourly basic salary, capped at $7.50/hr

*SMEs are defined as companies with:

(i)   at least 30% local shareholding; AND
(ii)  Group annual sales turnover of not more than $100 million OR Group employment size of not more than 200 employees.

Workfare Training Support (WTS) Scheme:

Singapore Citizens aged 35 years & earning 5 $2,000/ month are eligible for 95% course fee subsidy. Companies can also apply for absentee payroll at 95% of hourly basic salary.

Funding Eligibility:

In order to enjoy the funding, participants need to fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents (PR) of Singapore
  2. Attain at least 75% course attendance
  3. Successfully complete assessment & certified as competent
  4. Has not enjoyed funding for the same course before
  1. For company-sponsored participants, training is fully sponsored by companies, which are registered or incorporated in Singapore

Companies are to submit application via  www.skillsconnect.gov.sg to enjoy the funding

50% Course Fee Subsidy, cap $15/hr

90% Course Fee Subsidy, cap $50/hr for SMEsISingapore Citizens aged 40 years

95% WTS funding

*Absentee payroll is applicable

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Singapore Professionals’ and Executives’ Co-operative (SPEC) is a co-operative founded by SHRI on 16 May 2000 to assist in outplacement, employment and employability of Professionals, Managers, Executives and Technicians (PMETs) affected by business restructuring and reorganisation.

SPEC mission is to create a “harbour of lives and opportunities” for its members and be a dynamic and source of support for professionals, managers, executives, technicians, (PMETs), self-employed, freelancers and SMEs.

Being Stakeholders Centric, we strive for win-win-win partnership. Pride: we are proud to serve with passion and integrity. Excitement: we are excited about our future and the opportunities. Commitment: we are committed to deliver our promise.

SPEC is an affiliate of the Singapore National Cooperative Federation. As a not for profit organisation, our aim is to help PMETs, self-employed, freelancers and businesses manage change and seek gainful economic activities. SPEC provides customised outplacement, pre and post outplacement consultancy services to businesses, place and train, and on job training, work trial, temporary and permanent job placement, career and business advisory and transition services to individuals.

Our talent matching services are customized and centred on meeting our clients’ future ready needs with job-search tools, methods, skills and knowledge development, financial management, networking and resources that greatly speed up the transition process of providing assistance to affected PMETs.

Specific areas of activities include:

  • Support businesses with Outplacement, Pre and Post Outplacement consultancy, preparation, communication and programmes
  • One stop Talent Matching Services for Permanent, Temporary and Contract for local and overseas job placement and internship
  • Agency to provide career coaching, prepare job seekers for permanent employment career transition, work trial, internship and temporary employment
  • Enhance business capabilities development and local start-up; and support for free lancers, self-employed, consultants and local SMEs.
  • SPEC Group Hospital, Surgical, Enhanced Medical and Personal Accident Insurance• Motivation and Skills Gaps Analysis, Career development and Compensation Progression Roadmap for hiring sectors Professional Transformation Programmes and Development
  • Job and Personality profiling match, mentor and mentee programme
  • SPEC Community of Learning for networking, collaboration, co-creation, peer support and engagement

 

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Singapore Professionals and Executives Cooperative Limited
10, Eunos Road 8, #13-07, Singapore Post Centre, Singapore 408600.
DID Tel: 64223793 or 64223762. EA 16C8363 http://www.spec.org.sg/

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It's that time of the year again! Join SNCF in celebrating our 39th anniversary!

Date: 21 September 2019, Saturday
Time: 6pm - 10pm
Venue:
 Phoenix Grand Ballroom, Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay (view on map)

Attire: Colourful outfit and costumes from around the world

With the theme, “Colouring The World As One”, we would like to journey with you around the world in your fanciful and colourful outfit. Celebrate with us on the diversity of our co-operative community, like the different colours of the rainbow that emphasize the importance of each co-operative as a part of a greater whole. With our colourful outfit, we form the rainbow when we come together as one!

Get ready for an evening of fun, excitement and entertainment, and you might even walk away with the best dressed award!

Stand a chance to win our top Lucky Draw prize - a pair of return air tickets to one place in Europe, and attractive prizes like iPhone XS, LED Smart TV and many more!

Tables are limited. Please contact your respective Relationship Manager now to purchase/book a table and secure your seats at the dinner!

SPEC logospec training course digital marketing fundamentals

Reference number: CRS-Q-0033520-BM


 

3 WSQ Modules in Program

  1. Manage Social Media Platform
  2. Develop Social Media Strategies
  3. Monitor Social Media Platforms


Be part of the digital revolution! Have an in-depth understanding of what marketing means in the digital age, how to build a brand that your customers can connect with, and achieve your business goals in the process. Only 3 full days with e-Learning component!


Topics Covered

  • Create an online presence and online reputation strategy
  • Generate leads using paid social, social selling and in-bound marketing
  • Generate leads using paid search, Adwords, & SEM
  • Campaign Action Plan and Budgeting


Target Audience

Marketing Associate, Marketing Executive, Marketing Manager, Division Heads.


Training Fees

  NON-SME/
Singapore Citizens/PRs
SMEs/Singapore Citizens
40 Years Old
WTS
Full Fee $1,500.00
Training Grant $375.00 $1,250.00 $1,325.00
Amount Payable after Training Grant $1,125.00 $250.00 $175.00

 
Training Location

The Leadership Institute Training Centre
Paya Lebar Square, #13-24 Singapore 409051

 Click here to register online  

 


 

Absentee Payroll:

80% of hourly basic salary, capped at $4.50/hr.
For SMEs, enhanced absentee payroll funding available at 80% of hourly basic salary, capped at $7.50/hr

*SMEs are defined as companies with:

(i)   at least 30% local shareholding; AND
(ii)  Group annual sales turnover of not more than $100 million OR Group employment size of not more than 200 employees.

Workfare Training Support (WTS) Scheme:

Singapore Citizens aged 35 years & earning 5 $2,000/ month are eligible for 95% course fee subsidy. Companies can also apply for absentee payroll at 95% of hourly basic salary.

Funding Eligibility:

In order to enjoy the funding, participants need to fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents (PR) of Singapore
  2. Attain at least 75% course attendance
  3. Successfully complete assessment & certified as competent
  4. Has not enjoyed funding for the same course before
  1. For company-sponsored participants, training is fully sponsored by companies, which are registered or incorporated in Singapore

Companies are to submit application via  www.skillsconnect.gov.sg to enjoy the funding

50% Course Fee Subsidy, cap $15/hr

90% Course Fee Subsidy, cap $50/hr for SMEsISingapore Citizens aged 40 years

95% WTS funding

*Absentee payroll is applicable

sccl caregivers celebration dinner

Silver Caregivers Co-operative Limited (SCCL) believes in “caring for caregivers” and recognising their societal contributions. With this objective, the 4th Caregivers Celebration Dinner (CCD) is planned and we seek your support. If your organisation has caregivers as part of its clientele, or employees, or leaders then you should come and join us on 27 June 2019.

Guest-of-honour: Senior Minister of State, Mr Edwin Tong (Ministry of Health and Law)
Date: 27 June 2019, Thursday
Time: 6:30pm
Venue: Orchard Hotel Ballroom 1 & 2

 

There are many ways by which you can participate:

  1. By sponsoring a Table (Platinum, Gold, Silver or Bronze)
  2. By purchasing tickets to form a table (10 seats)
  3. By becoming an SCCL member (Tel. 65363648) and enjoy a discount on dinner ticket, when you become part of the caregivers’ community An exciting programme awaits you as well as a 7 course dinner!


Important Details

Platinum Table - $5,500

Gold Table - $4,500

Silver Table - $3,500

Bronze Table - $2,500

Ticket prices

Public $105

Co-op members $90

SCCL members $80

For enquiries, please write in to [email protected].

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The President’s Challenge Social Enterprise Award (PCSEA) is a prestigious accolade conferred by the President’s Office to outstanding businesses, including co-operatives, and their partners who have supported them in their social entrepreneurial journey towards greater social impact.

This year, PCSEA is launching a new award “SOCIAL ENTERPRISE CHAMPION” to recognise corporations and/or individuals who have made significant contributions to social enterprises in Singapore.

For more information, please visit the PCSEA official web page.

Below is a list of training events that we have mapped out for 2019 for your planning. For enquiries, please feel free to contact your respective Relationship Manager.

MIC - Mandatory Induction Courses

1st Quarter (January to March 2019)

Date Day Course Sector Trainer Status
22 Feb Fri MIC Module 2 – Governance Guides on Internal Controls, Loan Management and Investment Management Credit Deloitte and Touche Closed
15 Mar Fri MIC Module 1 – Co-operative Legislation and Code of Governance Credit Victor Yeo Chuan Seng Closed


2nd Quarter (April to June 2019)

Date Day Course Sector Trainer Status
20 Apr Sat MIC Module 2 – Governance Guides on Internal Controls, Loan Management and Investment Management Credit Liow Yean Teng Closed
10 May Fri Co-operative Governance (Part 1) All Victor Yeo Chuan Seng Closed
24 May Fri Co-operative Governance (Part 2) All Jeanette Houmayune Closed
15 Jun Sat MIC Module 1 – Co-operative Legislation and Code of Governance Credit Victor Yeo Chuan Seng Closed


3rd Quarter (July to September 2019)

Date Day Course Sector Trainer Status
19 Jul Fri Basic Financial Accounting Module 1,2,3 All Lee Kin Wai

Closed

26 Jul Fri MIC Module 2 – Governance Guides on Internal Controls, Loan Management and Investment Management Credit Liow Yean Teng Closed
16 Sep Mon MIC Module 1 – Co-operative Legislation and Code of Governance Credit Victor Yeo Chuan Seng Closed


4th Quarter (October to December 2019)

Date Day Course Sector Trainer Status
16 Nov Sat MIC Module 2 – Governance Guides on Internal Controls, Loan Management and Investment Management Credit Liow Yean Teng Open
7 Dec Sat MIC Module 1 – Co-operative Legislation and Code of Governance Credit Victor Yeo Chuan Seng Open
TBC   Basic Financial Accounting Module 1,2,3 All Lee Kin Wai To be advised

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