There are plenty of reasons to implement eLearning in your company. Perhaps you want to stand out from the competition, or you're looking for ways to boost productivity. Maybe you’re struggling with employee retention, or perhaps you simply want to improve morale within your organization. Whatever the reason, eLearning can help.
In ACP, our in-house Learning Management System, LOOP not only can help you deliver engaging content to your employees, but also track their progress and ensure they're retaining the information. What's more, our learning experts can work with you to develop a custom eLearning solution that fits your specific needs and goals.
Businesses can strengthen their business foundations and prepare for growth and transformation which goes beyond basic functions such as sales and accounting.
Businesses can explore new areas of growth or look for ways to enhance efficiency. Companies could also tap into automation and technologies to boost productivity.
Take that first step with ACP to apply for the Enterprise Development Grant (EDG) to cover up to 70% of the project cost if you fulfil these requirements:
Do note that the approval period ranges from 1 to 3 months and all you need to do is to prepare your last year's financial statements, sit back and let us do the submission for you over a Zoom screen-sharing session. We will build that trust and bond to develop that working relationship with you.
Having apply for the EDG grant with ACP, you also use the SkillsFuture Enterprise Credit (SFEC) which further encourages employers like you to invest in enterprise transformation and capabilities of their employees.
There are many attractive reasons to apply for the SFEC. If you are an eligible employer, you will receive a one-off S$10,000 credit to cover up to 90% of out-of-pocket expenses on qualifying costs for supportable initiatives, over and above the support levels of existing schemes. This incentivises you to be able to do more for your employees and improve your organisation.
Thus, if you are using both EDG and SFEC, it will cover up to 97% of the project cost.
Take the step with ACP and apply for the SFEC if you meet the following conditions over the qualifying period:
Do note that newly qualified employers will be notified in April 2022.
We will share with you the top reasons why becoming an LOOP reseller partner is the right decision to make.
1. Build Recurring Revenue Streams
LOOP allow client to build up their training content into the system, track their staff performance. Expanding the content builds up and includes new areas of training and mastery. This will keep your clients coming back for more.
2. Extend your service offerings
Let us help you to expand your offers! LOOP allows integration with 3rd party solutions, pair up your solution with LOOP to offer to your clients an integrated solution. Some integration we support are training management solution / booking system / attendance / compliance training solution and much more.
LOOP also has the capability to integrate to your client's system. Your business can be listed in LOOP reseller page that is searchable to all potential clients to help you attract more business and make connections
3. Affordable and Scalable
We offer price plan based on number of users, your potential customer can start small and you can grow with them.
Ways to Partner with LOOP
|Value Added Reseller||Technology partner|
|Establish recurring revenue stream by promoting and implementing LOOP||Integrate your technology and tools with LOOP|
During Budget 2022, Minister for Finance, Lawrence Wong, announced that the SkillsFuture Enterprise Credit (SFEC) scheme will be extended to more companies – namely even SMEs– with the qualifying criteria lowered.
This serves as a brilliant opportunity to seize, together with ACP to make the best for your company. Don’t wait until you are ready to take action. Instead, take action to be ready.
To qualify, you are required to
And if you come from a big organisation, your organisation or group holdings should
You can get funding up to 80%. Prior to COVID-19, the original support level was 70%. To fight against the impending recession, the Supplementary Budget aka Resilience Budget 2020 raised the support level to 80%.
The 80% support level will end on 31st March 2022. It was announced during Budget 2021, the original deadline is extended till 31st March 2022 from 30th September 2021.
Enterprise Singapore, ESG in abbreviated form, gives the final green light to all EDG grants.
That really depends on the scope of the project. The grant is correlated to the size of the company in terms of turnover and manpower. We do not have the exact formulae on this. Neither ESG will give you a definite reply on this.
Yes. With effect from 1 April 2020, SMEs will need to commit to improving workers’ outcome, such as creating more jobs or increasing wages.
Depending on the scope of your project, the timeline could range from 3 to 12 months. This includes time to establish proposed objectives and conduct research. Our typical project takes about 3 to 6 months.
From 1 January 2017, if you engage consultants, they need to be certified management consultants. SMEs should ensure that consultants involved in EDG must possess Enterprise Singapore-recognised certification; failing which Enterprise Singapore reserves the right not to support the consultancy fees incurred.
Yes! Consultants from ACP are certified and accredited by Singapore Business Advisors and Consultants Council Ltd and this certification is recognised by Enterprise Singapore.
The application process is not particularly onerous. You can easily apply EDG at Singapore Business Grants Portal.
You need the following:
If you already appoint us as your consultant, we will write the project proposal for you.
Normally it take 6-8 weeks.
In general, no as there is no retrospective funding. It is best to obtain an official letter of offer from Enterprise Singapore before commencing the project.
It means that you should not have already begun on the project before your application has been approved. Neither should you have made payment to service providers or suppliers involved in the project.
After you engaged our consultancy services, we will advise you accordingly how to make a claim.
In theory, there are no restrictions on how many EDG Grants you can apply for. Currently, ESG allows you to apply and work on more than one EDG project at any given time. However, you can only apply for an EDG grant in a specified area once. This means that if you are awarded an EDG grant for Branding and Marketing once, you are no longer eligible for another EDG grant under the same category that is Branding and Marketing. However, you can still apply for EDG grants under other areas.
Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG) is a grant that supports Commercial Off-The-Shelf Solutions (COTS). Basically, COTS are more affordable and require little or no customisation work. It covers up to 90% of the solution cost. Click here more information about PSG. If COTS do not meet your needs and you require a bespoke solution for your business, do contact us!
The latest information can be found on Enterprise Singapore’s website.
Similar to CDG, you can apply EDG at Singapore Business Grants Portal.
On first base, you can either reach out to certified consultants (like us) or SME Centres. We are more than happy to help and answer all your questions regarding EDG. Just fill in the form below.
Business Excellence (BE) certification with the respective Singapore Quality Class (lionhead logo) will cease by end September 2020. Awards under BE will cease immediately. However, SMEs can still apply for Business Strategy under EDG as well as used the BE framework for their business.
ESG will send you a letter of offer if you are successful in applying. You must accept the letter of offer in order to start the project. If you are not successful in the application, ESG will send you an email.
Yes, currently, ESG allows you to make and advance payment claim of up to 20% of the total grant amount. This means you can request for this advance even before paying the invoice.
You can try to make interim claims before full completion. However, this is on a case-by-case basis.
After the completion of the EDG project, an external auditor from a pre-approved panel has to be appointed. The auditor will ensure that the project is completed with proper transfer of monies between parties.
The audit fee is absorbed by ESG. You can claim the audit fee from ESG.