We are a community of facilitators and learners. Whether it is your first time hiring a Foreign Domestic Worker (FDW), first time conducting a talent search, first time caring for an elderly or first time coming to Singapore as an FDW, begin your journey with us.
With our innovative e-Learning platform, we are able to deliver both classroom lessons as well as interactive e-Learning. Our proprietary e-Learning authoring tool provides a mobile-first learning journey anywhere, any time and on any device. It allows us to better design and deliver our learning curricula and reach out to the larger community. Our very popular and intuitive Employers' Orientation Programme (EOP) is built on our e-Learning platform. After all, it's about your learning, it's about your journey. Contact us today for a discussion on your learning needs.
Employers’ Orientation Programme (EOP)
What is this course about?
The Foreign Domestic Worker Employers’ Orientation Programme (FDW EOP) will help you understand your role and responsibilities as an employer of a Foreign Domestic Worker (FDW). You are required by Ministry of Manpower (MOM) to attend the Employers’ Orientation Programme (EOP) if you are hiring a foreign domestic worker (FDW) for the first time or have changed the FDWs frequently.
Mode of the delivery is either online or classroom. Participants can choose to attend either one to obtain the certificate.
Note: If you are a Frequent Change Employer, you will have to attend a classroom Employers’ Orientation Programme (EOP) or attend an interview with MOM before the application will be processed by MOM. You cannot appoint a representative to attend on your behalf.
Foreign Domestic Worker Settling-in Programme (FDW SIP) helps to induct first-time foreign domestic workers (FDWs) in Singapore so that they can better adapt to the cultural and social expectations of being a FDW in Singapore. They will also learn safety tips while working in high-rise residential homes during the SIP.
FDW SIP is conducted in English, Bahasa Indonesia, Tagalog and Burmese. We also provide International classes where the curriculum is translated into various languages, such as Bengali, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Khmer (Cambodian), Thai etc.
supported by Skills Development Fund (SDF) and SkillsFuture
What is this course about?
The Certificate of Employment Intermediaries (CEI) aims to equip employment agency (EA) personnel with knowledge of employment laws and regulations. This ensures that EA personnel understand their obligations under the law and are able to advise their clients of their rights and responsibilities.
We recognise your anxiety of needing to pass the CEI examination as you begin your career in the talent search industry. That is why at GMC, it is not just about delivering the training materials but also addressing the need to 'tackle' the examination questions. This is what GMC has come to be known in our delivery of CEI lessons and we are grateful for the acknowledgement given by our clients who have repeatedly sent their new EA hires to our CEI classes. To date, we have trained more than 9,000 professionals.
Corporate Subsidy (Skills Development Fund for Singapore Citizens & PR)
To be eligible for the subsidy, payment has to be made in full by Corporate Cheque.
To find out more about Skills Development Fund (SDF) subsidy, please contact WSG Hotline → 6883 5885 or visit [SkillsConnect Portal]
Individual Subsidy (SkillsFuture Credit)
All Singaporeans aged 25 and above can use their $500 SkillsFuture Credit from the government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses. Visit the SkillsFuture Credit website [http://www.skillsfuture.sg/credit] to choose from the courses available on the Training Exchange course directory.
The Caregiver Training Grant (CTG) supports caregivers of seniors and those with disability, including family members and Foreign Domestic Workers (FDWs), to attend caregiver training courses so that they can equip themselves with the necessary skills in caring for the physical and emotional needs of their care recipients. The CTG provides subsidies of up to $200 per eligible care recipient per financial year.
Caregivers Training Grant (CTG) applicable, subject to a co-payment of S$10.
In addition to CTG, households may also apply for Home Caregiving Grant (HCG). HCG is a $200 monthly cash payout to support your loved ones with at least permanent moderate disability, i.e. always require some assistance to perform 3 or more Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). This grant can be used to defray the costs of caregiving expenses, such as the costs of eldercare and caregiver support services in the community, or hiring of a Foreign Domestic Worker (FDW). Means-testing applies. For more information, please visit AIC website.