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Bright Horizons Fund Care Package for Covid-19

Bright Horizons Fund Care Package for Covid-19

The Bright Horizons Fund Care Package for Covid-19 supports families who experience unemployment or loss of income and have children in NTUC First Campus’ (NFC) My First Skool (MFS) by providing 100% fee offset off the net pre-school fees for 6 months.

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Bright Horizons Fund’s You Are Special Birthday Cakes Programme

Bright Horizons Fund’s You Are Special! Birthday Cakes Programme

Birthday cakes are provided to low-income families so that children can still enjoy celebrating their birthdays at home during this time.

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Bright Horizons Fund’s You Are Special Birthday Cakes Programme
Bright Horizons Fund’s Fun Family Time Activity Booklet

Bright Horizons Fund’s Fun Family Time Activity Booklet

NFC has put together an activity booklet to encourage family bonding and to help children stay positive.

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Care Packs for Low-income Families<

Care Packs for Low-income Families

NFC has distributed health and hygiene items to MFS’ low-income families during the Covid-19 crisis. More than 400 families have received Care Packs regularly since April 2020. They will continue to receive these Care Packs in 2021.

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Care Packs for Low-income Families<
Food Rations for Low-income Families

Food Rations for Low-income Families

NFC is partnering Food from the Heart (FFTH) to provide food rations to needy families through its School Goodie Bags programme. It is a collective effort to supplement the meals of 300 families and reduce their financial burden. Under this partnership, low-income families will receive monthly food packs for 12 months.

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3 ways NFC's Bright Horizons Fund continues to Support Children from Low-income Families

3 ways NFC's Bright Horizons Fund continues to Support Children from Low-income Families

  • Financial Support
  • Learning Programmes
  • Well-being Programmes
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3 ways NFC's Bright Horizons Fund continues to Support Children from Low-income Families
Eldercare Trust

Eldercare Trust

The Eldercare Trust facilitates the raising of funds towards quality and affordable community-based services for seniors. The Trust supports elderly from low to middle income families to defray the cost of senior care expenses. Besides financial assistance, the contribution also goes towards active rehabilitation of our nursing home residents to help them regain independence, as well as running of programmes at our Active Ageing Hub to encourage seniors to stay active and healthy.

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Post Secondary Education Scheme (PSEA)

Post Secondary Education Scheme (PSEA)

The PSEA scheme helps parents save for their children’s post-secondary education by maintaining a Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) for each eligible child. This is part of the Government’s efforts to encourage every Singaporean to complete his post-secondary education. It also underscores the Government’s commitment to support families in investing in the future education of their children, and to prepare them for the economy of the future. PSEA is not a bank account.

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SGUnited skills (SGUS) Programme

SGUnited Skills (SGUS) Programme

The SGUnited Skills (SGUS) programme is a full-time training programme ranging from 6 to 9 months. The training courses are designed in partnership with the industry to help you acquire industry-relevant skills that can improve your employability. You will also have the chance to apply the skills learnt during the programme, through opportunities like workplace immersions and industry projects. You will also benefit from employment facilitation efforts from NTUC LearningHub.

Find out how you can receive up to $1,200 monthly training allowance while enhancing your employability
Upfront UTAP Claim<

Upfront UTAP Claim

From 01 April 2020, NTUC Union Members can make an upfront Union Training Assistance Programme (UTAP) claim when signing up for selected NTUC LearningHub courses instead of claiming only after course completion.

In addition, under the NTUC Enhanced UTAP, union members aged 40 years and above will get increased funding support of $500, announced NTUC on 19 June 2020.

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Advance Access to one-off SkillsFuture Credit top-up

Advance Access to one-off SkillsFuture Credit top-up

From 1 April 2020, the Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs) and NTUC LearningHub will be coming forward to enable all eligible Singapore Citizens aged 25 years and above to have advance access to their one-off SkillsFuture Credit top-up of $500. This is ahead of SkillsFuture Singapore’s official implementation date of 1 October. The advance access will enable you to use your SkillsFuture Credit top-up immediately to pick up job-relevant skills to boost your employability in view of the current challenging economic conditions due to COVID-19.

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Self-Employed Person (SEP) Support Scheme

Self-Employed Person (SEP) Support Scheme

Leveraging the Government’s Self-Employed Person (SEP) Support Scheme and co-funded by the Government and NTUC, the NTUC Training Fund (SEPs) now allows SEPs to earn as they train. It also aims to support SEPs in deepening and/or acquiring new competencies during this lull period, in preparation for when the economy picks up and new opportunities arise.

Find out how you can get up to $11/Hr training allowance while you learn
Self-Employed Person (SEP) Support Scheme
Enhanced Training Support Package (ETSP)

Enhanced Training Support Package (ETSP)

The Enhanced Training Support Package (ETSP) is part of the Stabilisation and Support Package and supplementary Resilience Budget announced by DPM Heng Swee Keat. The ETSP will be time-limited to cover eligible courses in selected sectors starting before 1 Jan 2021. This is to help selected sectors tide over the economic impact of COVID-19, and to help them position themselves for subsequent recovery. NTUC LearningHub is an appointed training provider.

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IBF Enhanced Funding

IBF Enhanced Funding

NTUC LearningHub is working closely with Institute of Banking and Finance (IBF) as an accredited training provider, to contribute towards raising the professional competencies of financial practitioners in Singapore. Referred to as IBF Future-Enabled Skills, these skills will complement existing functional and technical skills required across various job functions, and help you stay relevant in tomorrow’s financial services market.

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IBF Enhanced Funding
MoneyOwl New Support Initiatives

MoneyOwl New Support Initiatives

MoneyOwl launches new support initiatives to help people in Singapore to manage their money well so that they can reach their life goals.

Some of the initiatives are:

  • Enjoy 0% p.a. advisory fees on your first S$10,000 invested amount
  • Lowering of investment advisory fees and the absorption of platform fees
  • Comprehensive Financial Planning service available at an introductory fee of S$99 (U.P. S$535)
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