Home • Singaporeans / PRs • Employers • Food Service Staff Upgrading Courses Food Service Staff Upgrading Courses Employers Employers Manpower Solution CCP Programme for F&B Employers Job Redesign ReSkilling (JRR) Internship Food Service Staff Upgrading Courses Individuals Career Conversion Programme (CCP) for Food Professionals and Associates Food Service Sector (FSS) Bakery Production (Classroom & Asynchronous) TGS-2022016442 Branding Strategy (Asynchronous & Synchronous) TGS-2022017501 Essentials Knowledge in Foods (Asynchronous & Synchronous) TGS-2022017507 F&B Emerging Technology (Asynchronous & Synchronous) TGS-2022017500 Food and Beverage Budgeting Management (Classroom & Asynchronous) TGS-2022016990 Food and Beverage Equipment Maintenance TGS-2023037855 Food Safety and Hygiene Level 1 (Refresher) TGS-2023017837 Food Safety and Hygiene Level 1 TGS-2022016978 Food Waste Disposal and Reduction TGS-2023037883 Marketing in the Hospitality Industry (Asynchronous & Synchronous) TGS-2022017506 Menu Engineering (Classroom & Asynchronous) TGS-2022015645 Organisation Management (Asynchronous & Synchronous) TGS-2022016594 Pastries and Desserts (Classroom & Practical) TGS-2022017505 Service Excellence for F&B (Asynchronous & Synchronous) TGS-2023020654 Service Leadership for F&B (Asynchronous & Synchronous) TGS-2023020639 Hear from Our Local Students Training isn’t just important to employers, it is vital. The first and foremost benefit that both employers and employees will realise in training is that employees develop skill-sets that allow them to take up a greater variety of work. Managing a restaurant successfully is heavily dependent on the restaurant manager‘s management ability. It is the restaurant manager who sets the right standard in customer service, keeps the restaurant organized, implements effective recruitment policies, and maintains hygiene control procedures. By performing these daily duties in the limelight, the restaurant manager carries the responsibilities of maintaining the restaurant’s revenue, profitability and quality goals. To achieve this, all your staff need is to have strategic management skills to steer the restaurant in the right direction. Besides that, they need organizational skills to effectively handle day-to-day running of the restaurant. On top of this, they are also involved in developing marketing campaigns to attract new customers, to name a few. With the recent news on the Progressive Wage Model (PWM) for Food Service Sector that will take effect from March 2023. Employers can also leverage on SHRM curated WSQ modular courses to meet the training requirement Employers will be given a grace period to comply with the food services PWM training requirements: For new hires: six months from the new hire’s date of employmentFor existing employees: up till 29 February 2024 (one year from the food services PWM implementation on 1 March 2023) Source: https://www.mom.gov.sg/employment-practices/progressive-wage-model/food-services-sector Find out more about our programmes: Qualification Diploma in Food Services Management (Part-time) Diploma in Culinary Studies (Part-Time) WSQ Courses Menu Engineering Bakery Production Organisation Management Food Safety and Hygiene Level 1 – PWM Food Safety and Hygiene Level 1 (Refresher) – PWM Food and Beverage Budgeting Management F&B Emerging Technology Branding Strategy Marketing in the Hospitality Industry Pastries and Desserts Essentials Knowledge in Foods Service Excellence Service Leadership Food and Beverage Equipment Maintenance – PWM Food Waste Disposal and Reduction – PWM Course Information 2023 Course Schedule 2023 Course Fee Registration matters will be handled by SHRM staff. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.