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Infocomm Technology (ICT) Professional Conversion Programme (PCP)

INFOCOMM TECHNOLOGY (ICT) PROFESSIONAL CONVERSION PROGRAMME (PCP)

To meet ICT sector’s manpower demand, NTUC LearningHub has partnered with SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) and Workforce Singapore (WSG) to offer a place-and-train Professional Conversion Programme for ICT sector (ICT PCP) to train mid-career switchers to become qualified Infocomm Technology professionals.

If you are representing an organisation, please write to pme@ntuclearninghub.com.

According to IMDA’s Annual Survey on Infocomm Manpower for 2015, there is growing demand for ICT professionals. Technical ICT specialist job roles, such as Development and Network & Systems accounted for 64% of 123,500 of the total Infocomm manpower demanded in 2015.

IT Development roles are the most in demand and accounted for 48% or 92,600 of the total demand* for infocomm professionals.

As at 1 Jun 2015, about 83,800 professionals were employed in IT Development roles and an additional 8,800 roles remained vacant.

Employers estimate demand to increase by another 29,800 for these job roles in the next three years.

92,600

of the total demand for
Infocomm Professionals

83,800

professionals employed
in IT Development Roles

8,800

additional
vacant roles

29,800

estimated demand of
job roles to increase

The next most sought after group of professionals were those working in Network & Infrastructure related job roles. They accounted for 16% or 30,900 of the total demand for infocomm professionals.

As at 1 Jun 2015, about 26,400 professionals were employed in the Network & Infrastructure roles and an additional 4,500 positions remained vacant.

Employers estimated demand to increase by another 5,100 for these job roles in the next three years.

Network &
Infrastructure

RELATED JOB ROLES

30,900

of the total demand for
Infocomm Professionals

26,400

professionals employed
in Network & Infrastructure Roles

4,500

additional
vacant roles 

5,100

estimated demand of
job roles to increase

critical emerging tech

RELATED JOB ROLES

Job Roles

Other Critical Emerging Tech specialists in areas such as Data Analytics, Infocomm R&D and Cyber Security accounted for 6% or 11,000 of total demand for infocomm professional.

As at 1 Jun 2015, about 9,300 professionals were employed in such roles and an additional 1,700 roles remained vacant.

Employers estimated demand to increase by another 5,700 for these job roles in the next three years.

11,000

of the total demand for
Infocomm Professionals

9,300

professionals employed
in Critical Emerging Tech

1,700

additional
vacant roles

5,100

estimated demand of
job roles to increase

How to participate in ICT PCP scheme?

Note: There are only limited training places under ICT PCP scheme. Terms and conditions apply.

For Employers

To express your organisation’s interest to participate in this scheme, please write to pme@ntuclearninghub.com

For Individuals

 Candidates who wish to participate in this scheme may click here and apply. Your profile will be shared with participating PCP employers for consideration.

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