Advanced Search Advanced Search Close Panel All of these words This exact phrase Any of these words Without these words Search within: PSDWhole of Government Expand All Collapse All Top 5 Most Popular FAQsPublic Service Leadership Programme (PSLP)1. What is the duration of the PSLP? The PSLP is a long-term leadership development programme that aims to develop capable officers to take on key Public Service Leadership positions. Entry to the programme can be at any juncture, where there will be a variety of career pathways to cater to the officers’ inclinations. 2. What does the selection process encompass? Is there a limit to the number of officers selected for the PSLP each year? The selection process for the General Phase consists of 3 stages. Short-listed candidates will first be required to attend selection tests. Subsequent stages include a policy discussion session with senior management from the various agencies in the Public Service, and an interview by senior Public Service leaders. There is no quota or limit on the number of officers selected for the programme each year. All outstanding candidates who meet the selection criteria will be considered. 3. What are the requirements for me to remain in the PSLP? You will remain on the PSLP as long as you perform on the job and exhibit the potential to eventually take on key Public Service Leadership positions in the sectors. 4. I am currently working in a Ministry/Statutory Board. How can I apply for the PSLP? PSD invites Ministries to nominate suitable officers in their Ministry, Departments and Statutory Boards for appointment to the Public Service Leadership Programme (PSLP) in the first quarter of each year. If you are keen to be considered for the PSLP, you can approach your Ministry HR for more details. 5. Can I choose the agencies of the two sectors I am posted to during the General Phase of the PSLP? During the selection interview, you may like to share with us your career inclinations and your preferred posting sectors. These, together with other considerations such as availability of suitable positions, will form the basis for your eventual posting. If you are unable to find an answer to your query, please submit your Feedback to let us know how we can help you.