Through the strong ties of the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (the parent organisation of SCCIOB) with China, SCCIOB has been offering training programmes which equip Singapore companies with the knowledge and skills to venture into the China market and vice versa more than a decade ago.
A) Overseas Immersion Cum Training Programmes
“Although the teaching methods used were different from those adopted in China, however the refreshing and original methods used made it easier for me to understand the concepts that were being imparted. I would like to thank SCCIOB for their efforts put into organising the training programme.”
Mr Zhang Xinlong
Modern Enterprise Production Technology Management Training Programme participant
The International Business Fellowship (iBF) Executive Programme for China is targeted at senior management personnel from both the private and public sectors who are keen to explore business opportunities in the vast China market. The iBF China programme includes study stints at renowned China universities and visits to various prominent sites or corporations of up to two 1st and 2nd tier cities in China.
The iBF China programme is jointly organised by IE Singapore and the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry. SCCIOB is the sole local partner of IE Singapore’s iBF programme for China since 2009. There are several intakes every year. Eligible applicants will be entitled for 70% of the course fee sponsorship from IE Singapore.
B) Provision of Training to Overseas Delegates
SCCIOB provides local immersion training programmes essentially to senior management personnel of private enterprises, state-owned enterprises from China and Chinese government officials who are sponsored by the People's Republic of China State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA). SCCIOB is one of the few SAFEA approved overseas training institutions for Singapore. More importantly, SCCIOB has been appointed by SAFEA as its exclusive training provider for senior management personnel of China’s state-owned enterprises in Singapore since 2009.
Participants undergoing the training would learn about topics relating to public administration system, banking, global management & marketing, entrepreneurship and urban planning in Singapore’s context. Significantly, such programmes also help the Chinese participants understand Singapore’s business environment, opens up networking opportunities and build business ties between local businesses and their China counterparts.
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