Employers play a crucial role in offering second chances to ex-offenders. Over the years, we have witnessed many success stories of ISCOS members whose lives have been transformed because employers are willing to give them the opportunity to earn a decent living.
Under our job placement programme, we encourage and engage employers from various sectors to hire at least one ISCOS member. We believe that this small but very significant step could help to remove the stigma towards ex-offenders, and hope that more companies will open doors to members who have turned over a new leaf and can be equally productive and committed workers.
Join this initiative and give our members a new lease of life! For employment opportunities for ISCOS members, please contact 6743 7885 or email email@example.com.
Skills Assistance Subsidy Scheme (SASS)
In today’s highly competitive society, ex-offenders have to continuously upgrade their skills to increase their employability. ISCOS members can take advantage of the Skills Assistance Subsidy Scheme (SASS) to upgrade their skill sets. Through this scheme, we extend substantial subsidy to members with financial difficulties. Common courses taken by members include Forklift without Class 3 Driving Course, Building and Construction Supervisor Safety Course and the Class 4 Driving Licence.
Equipped with a new certificate or licence, unemployed members are in a better position to secure jobs, while employed members can look forward to better career prospects and enhanced earning potentials to sustain themselves and their families.
|Course||Cost of Subsidy|
|Funding for Rank-and-File (RnF) Courses|
Max $800 Subsidy*
*Terms and conditions apply
|Funding for Professional, Managers and Executives (PME) level courses|
|Age||21 years old and above|
|Salary Cap (Monthly)||$1,900 and below|
|Nationality||Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents only|
Members who are interested to apply for SASS, please visit our office during weekdays, from 9:00am to 12:00pm or 2:00pm to 5:30pm. For enquiries, please contact 6743 7885 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.