Career Conversion Programme (CCP) for Food Professionals and Associates

CCP in Food Service and Food Manufacturing Industry

Gives you a right career switch

Join SHRM Career Conversion Programme (CCP).

Jointly developed by WorkForce Singapore (WSG), this programme aims to help Singaporean or Singapore PR who are in their mid-career to re-skill with the necessary competencies in order to switch to their new careers.

CCPs for the Food Service and Manufacturing Industry , provided by SHRM College, is designed and customized to fully prepare you to join the booming industry. Selected candidates will take up Job Roles as shown in the following figures. (Not limited to the positions shown)

Permanent Job Placement + On-the-Job Training (OJT) + Salary + Career Progression:

Figure 1: Job Roles in the Food Service Industry
Figure 2: Job Roles in the Food Manufacturing Industry

Join us if you are Singaporean or SPR, who is:

  • Looking into different career path
  • Seeking assistance for a career switch
  • Exploring exciting career opportunities in the Food Service and Manufacturing industry

If  you have the passion for Food and Beverage Services, let us help you with the switch: 

  • F&B experience is not required 
  • Job interview provided
  • Structured OJT and Training upon acceptance 
  • Min Salary starting at $2,900 (PMET)
  • Min Salary starting at $2,000 (Non-PMET)

Eligibility Criteria

  • Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Aged 21 years old and above
  • Graduated or completed National Service at least 2 years prior at the point of application
  • New Hire nominated by an eligible participating company for the CCP
  • New Hire must not have prior working experience or been in a similar job role in previous employment
  • Must not be a shareholder of the company, or its related companies
  • Must not be immediate ex-staff of the participating company or its related entities
  • Must not be related to the owner(s) of the company

Please fill in the form below and submit your latest CV to to register.

Video source: Workforce Singapore (WSG)