The PCP aims to help companies equip their mid-career new hires with eCommerce knowledge to better transit into their new eCommerce related roles. This PCP will be relevant to the following target companies that are looking to take in new mid-careerist hires:

Existing brick and mortar businesses keen to move their products and services online and establish their own eCommerce Supply Chain (B2B and/or B2C).

eCommerce Supply Chain Solutions / Technology Platform providers.

Businesses that have existing eCommerce Supply Chain operations (B2B and/or B2C) and looking to expand/enhance current
eCommerce operations.

Programme Key Features

   5 WSQ Accredited Modules

  Capstone Project Elective
(Retail/ Supply Chain)

  WSG Funding Support for Employers

  Leverage structured industry
recognised training

  One-to-One Mentorship

Reach out to a wider workforce and overcome talent shortage


Understanding eCommerce and its impact on Supply Chains
  • Understanding eCommerce
  • The driving forces in eCommerce
  • Trends, opportunities & challenges
  • How eCommerce can impact companies operations
End-to-end eCommerce Supply Chain Models and Strategies
  • A deep dive into eCommerce platforms (Part 1)
  • Understanding the 4 key types of eCommerce models
  • Deep dive into multichannels, O2O & omnichannel models and strategies
  • Innovative & emerging new models in eCommerce
eCommerce platforms, Technology and Innovations
  • A deep dive into eCommerce platforms (Part 2)
  • Understanding eCommerce systems and technologies
  • Designing and developing company’s eCommerce strategy
Digital Marketing, Customer Acquisition and Sales Operations
  • Driving online traffic
  • Customer Acquisition – Cold, Warm & Hot Audiences
  • Content Marketing
  • Designing and developing an effective marketing campaign
  • Platform Marketing (Facebook) – Deep Dive
  • Platform Marketing (Google & YouTube) – Deep Dive
Omni Channel Logistics, Last Mile Fulfilment and Supply Chain Management Operations
  • Meeting the changing needs of consumers
  • Integrated omnichannel supply Chain & logistics
  • Applying the SCOR (Supply Chain Operations Reference) model
  • Best Practices of an Omni-Channel eBusinesses
  • Supply Chain Management Strategies
Capstone Project Supply Chain/ Retail Elective
  • Supply Chain Elective: Trainees are to develop and implement a business / transformation plan to help their company establish an e-Commerce model/operation or improve the current e-Commerce operations.
  • Retail Elective: Trainees are to develop and implement a business / transformation plan to help their company establish an e-Commerce presence or a develop a related e-Commerce marketing / sales campaign.

Funding & Salary Support

To encourage employers to take on mid-career switchers without the requisite experience or skills, funding support will be provided during a PCP conversion programme

*Different funding caps may apply. Read note below.

1. LTU: unemployed for 6 months or more

2. Mature: aged 40 and above

*The enhanced course fee funding of additional 20% is claimable after the successful completion of the programme through SkillsConnect (if applicable).

**From 1st Sep 2020 to 28 Feb 2021, the Salary Support disbursement under the Professional Conversion Programmes for new hires hired between 1 Sep 2020 - 28 Feb 2021 will be disbursed over a longer period. This comprises the training duration for the conversion programme plus an additional period of retention (which is equivalent to the training duration). The total amount disbursed will remain the same.

Cost Fee Breakdown

Full Course Fee: $8,600.00
70% Course Fee Grant: $6,020.00
30% Nett Fee: $2,580.00
GST on 30% Nett Fee: $180.60
Fee payable on enrollment: $2,760.60
Additional 20% Course Fee Subsidy: $1,720.00


      1. All companies will pay the nett fee payable (with GST) upon registration.
      2. SMEs and companies that employ Singaporean participants aged 40 and above will receive an additional 20% course fee funding.
      3. Additional funding will be available to companies at the END of the programme and reimbursed through Finance Management System (FMS)

Eligibility & Criteria

  • Be registered or incorporated in Singapore
  • Be committed to work with WSG and SCALA on the necessary administrative matters related to the PCP.
  • Offer employment directly related to the job which the PCP is for, with remuneration that is aligned with the market rate.
  • Commit to the PCP training arrangements for the trainees
  • Employee count of at least 5 or more
Jobseeker/ PMETs
  • Be a Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident
  • Participant must be newly hired PMET and nominated by an eligible participating company for the PCP within 3 months of their hiring
  • Participant must not be in a similar job role prior to joining PCP and have at least 2 years of working experience; and
  • Participants are expected to hold a minimum of a Diploma or equivalent.
  • Minimum starting salary of: S$2,500.00

Class Schedules


Contact SCALA

Interested to find out more about our Professional Conversion Programme? 
Please get in touch and our consultant team will answer all your questions.

Supply Chain And Logistics Academy

Supply Chain City,
8 Bulim Avenue, #08-07
Singapore 648166

  +65 6417 2475

Companies We Work With

Join over 200 companies that have placed and trained new hires in SCALA's PCP and received course fee grant and salary support for eligible new hires.

The salary support has greatly alleviated our manpower costs since we are a non-profit Social Enterprise startup trying to build a critical mass in the wholesale and retail sector, using e-commerce as a strategic tool. The lower cost was critical for our survival in the midst of a tough economy undergoing restructuring.

The salary support has helped to accelerate our expansion plans. The invaluable training materials are very informative, and allow my staff to think about various possible scenarios in the workplace.

As a tech-enabled logistics company, we play in a highly competitive industry and need all the support given. SCALA's Logistic Professional Conversion Programme (LPCP) has been very helpful in extending understanding on the needs of logistics operations to help our employees be more effective.

Our employees applied the concepts from the classroom training to transform and digitize our supply chain processes to great effect. As a company of over 26 years in oil and gas equipment trading, it is very timely that we get this opportunity to understand and implement industry best practices in today's digital age.

The mentors who were assigned to them had many years of experience and who selflessly share their knowledge. The projects enabled them to think from different perspectives and are beneficial to their employers.