FAQs Advanced Search Advanced Search Close Panel All of these words This exact phrase Any of these words Without these words Search within: NParksWhole of Government Expand All Collapse All Top 5 Most Popular FAQsIndustry Development1. How can I apply to this register? Landscape companies that provide Landscape implementation, Landscape care and maintenance services, Landscape nursery, etc can apply to this register. Please click here for more information and to access the Registration Form. 2. What are the job opportunities in the landscape industry? There are employment opportunities across different sectors of the industry, such as landscape construction, landscape maintenance, landscape design & architecture, arboriculture, horticulture, nursery & turf specialists etc. 3. What is the size of the landscape industry in Singapore, and what is its projected growth? The landscape industry in Singapore is worth an estimated $1 billion at the moment and we expect it to grow rapidly. Conservatively, we are looking at some 10% growth in this industry over the next few years. 4. What is CUGE? The Centre for Urban Greenery & Ecology (CUGE) is a key initiative under NParks' Landscape Industry Masterplan to enhance the professional image and career opportunities in the landscape industry. Jointly established by NParks and WDA, it is a one-stop training and knowledge hub in urban greenery and ecology which offers a comprehensive range of skills training programmes for landscape and horticulture professionals in Singapore and the region.It will serve as the lead training provider for all levels of the landscape industry workforce. It will use the Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) and other certification systems to train and certify skills training and facilitate career development in the landscape industry. For more information, please click here. 5. What is Landscape WSQ? The landscape industry is one of the first sectors to implement the Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) system, developed in collaboration with the Workforce Development Agency (WDA), to provide quality and affordable skills training. WSQ builds on efforts by NParks and CUGE to professionalise and modernise the landscaping industry, by formalising skills training and certification for all levels of the landscape workforce. It also identifies competencies needed by workers to stay employable, and provides highly focused training programmes to bridge specific skills gaps.