Workfare Skills Support (WSS) Scheme (For Companies)
What is WSS Scheme?
The WSS scheme encourages and supports low-wage workers to undertake training that leads to more impactful employment outcomes. There are 3 funding components under WSS Scheme: Training Commitment Award (TCA), Training Allowance (TA), and Absentee Payroll (AP). For information on its benefits, click here.
What does WSS Scheme comprise?
For courses eligible for Absentee Payroll (AP), sponsoring employer gets up to 95% of the hourly basic salary.
Is my employee eligible for WSS Scheme?
To qualify, individual must meet the following criteria:
- Be a Singaporean Citizen;
- Aged 35 years and above (13 years and above for Persons with Special Needs)
- Currently employed (including Self-Employed Persons who declare his/her Net Trade Income or work done in the preceding Work Year and made Medisave contributions)
- Earns an average gross monthly income of not more than $2,300 for the past 12 months
- Lives in a property with an annual value of less than $13,000 assessed as at 31 December of the preceding year
- Owns less than two properties; and if married:
- Together with spouse, own less than two properties; or
- Spouse’s assessable income for the preceding Year of Assessment is less than $70,000
How do I claim for TCA, TA and/or AP?
To check on claim process, please click here.
Where can I get more information on WSS Scheme?
You may visit Workforce Singapore for more information on WSS Scheme.