If you are retiring or retired from the Home Team, find out about key industries and career pathways that you may want to explore for your career transition.
Security service providers
Security agencies - most are small and medium-sized enterprises
Active security officers - 90% are
The security industry supports the Home Team to protect the environment where we live and work. It protects a variety of places, such as:
Major trends shaping the security industry and the accompanying skills in demand are as follows:
|Trends||Skills in Demand|
Emerging technologies changing the security landscape
Redesigning job processes to meet security challenges and maximise productivity
Global threat of terrorism requiring a comprehensive levelling up of security efforts
Find out more about the Skills Framework for Security
Temasek Polytechnic (Part time, 2.5 years)
Singapore University of Social Sciences (3 to 4 years)
The logistics industry is an indispensable enabler of the global economy. It connects suppliers to manufacturers and merchants to customers, both domestically
It is a key growth sector that contributes to the transportation and storage sector of our economy. The logistics sector:
The Singapore logistics sector consists of the following key functions that support our competitiveness in manufacturing, global trade and domestic services:
With growing customers' expectations and rapid technological advancements, logistics companies today are continuously developing new capabilities and value-added services to stay competitive.
The major trends include:
Integrated logistics solutions that seamlessly support dynamic delivery and fulfilment across multiple channels
On demand logistics solutions
Utilising the power of crowdsourcing and flexible workforce to meet customers’ dynamic needs
Analysing data to optimise assets, jobs and creation of new business models
On-demand production of goods for customers on-site
Leveraging predictive algorithms to boost efficiency and enhance capacity and network utilisation
Robotics and automation
Technological solutions enable new levels of productivity and operations improvement
There is a growing need for professionals with specialised skills such as:
Logistics information systems
IT system design and data analysis to optimise supply chain
Supply chain customisation for specialised sectors like Food, Healthcare and Chemicals etc.
Supply chain planning, design and engineering to optimise transport, inventory management and service quality
Project coordination for the development and execution of logistics solutions for key clients
Find out more about the Skills Framework for Logistics.