|Co-operatives with positive net worth and made contributions to CCF1|
|Qualifying Expenses||Funding Quantum||Cap at (per co-op, per annum)|
|Short-term Courses, Seminars and Conferences (local)||80% of the actual expenditure||
|Short-term Courses, Seminars and Conferences (overseas)||
|Long-term Courses (finance, banking, accounting, business or marketing)||
|Long-term Courses (professional studies)||
|Long-term Courses (other courses)||
1 Or would have made contributions to CCF if not for any waivers of CCF contribution granted.
a. The Co-operative must be registered with the Registry of Co-operative Societies.
b. The Co-operative is not receiving or has not received any other grants from the CCF, government agency and/or other organisation for the same expense item.
c. Endorsement from the Co-operative’s Committee of Management indicating their support for application.
d. Grant applications submitted are for expenses incurred not more than 12 months ago.
e. The Co-operative must not have outstanding CCF contributions or late payment penalties.
f. Grant must only be used for the Co-operative’s expenses. It cannot be used for its subsidiary (if any) that is registered as a company.
g. The Co-operative must submit the invoice and proof of payment to the training provider.
h. Training courses (short-term or long-term) must be relevant to the co-operatives’ business and operations. The CCF Secretariat has the right to reject claims for courses that are deemed irrelevant.
i. For short-term courses:Applicable to courses
Alternatively, you can send via post to:
Singapore National Co-operative Federation
510 Thomson Road
#12-02 SLF Building