Yes, you will receive a Statement of Attainment (SOA) at the end of each module if you complete and pass the end-of-course assessment. However, for the WSQ Certified Mechatronic Systems Assistant programme, a Letter of Completion will be issued instead. In addition, you will receive a certificate for the full qualification if the module you passed, is the final module required for the full qualification.
Yes, Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents (SC/PRs) are eligible for subsidised fees while foreigners will pay full non-subsidised fees for WSQ courses.
Only employers who sponsor their Singapore Citizens/Permanent Residents workers for WSQ courses may apply for SDF subsidy for courses where full non-subsidised fees are paid. They must apply directly through SkillsConnect for training and absentee payroll funding where applicable.
Singaporean workers could benefit from the Workfare Training Support (WTS) scheme if they meet the required criteria. Details of the eligibility criteria and scheme can be found on the website at