Explore our collaborative programmes with educational and national institutions

Work Study Diploma in Rehabilitation with ITE


The Work-Study Diploma (WSDip) is a unique 2.5 year apprenticeship programme, where ITE graduates gain a head start in their career while pursuing a nationally recognised diploma.

  • The WSDip course structure comprises 70% to 80% On-the-Job Training at the workplace, and 20% to 30% Off-the-Job Training at ITE.

  • Students get the chance to put their learned skills to use, which gives them a head start in their journey as a future Therapist.

  • NTUC Health has been collaborating with ITE and their students on this programme since 2020.

Youth Corps Singapore


Youth Corps Singapore empowers youth volunteers to create a socially inclusive society through volunteering opportunities.

  • Youth volunteers get to work with seniors, persons with disabilities, children, and youth, and family communities to build a sustainable society, with an added focus on areas such as the environment, arts, and heritage.

  • Youths looking to join the community care sector are regularly invited to experience working in the different business units of NTUC Health (Active Ageing Centres, Allied Health, Day Care, and Day Rehabilitation Centres).

  • This allows them to develop their passion for the field and to have a better understanding of the community care sector.

Meet Ng Yi Sum, one of the youths working with us as part of the Civic Service Programme (Community Care) by Youth Corps Singapore! Here’s what he had to say about the programme.


NTUC Learning Hub Attachment Programmes


At the end of the SkillsFuture Career Transition Programme (SCTP), NTUC Health provides learning and attachment opportunities for graduating students.

  • Aspiring Therapy Assistants can have hands-on experience and a better understanding of different community care work settings (i.e. Nursing Homes and Day Rehabilitation Centres) before graduating from the course.

There are a lot of things I have learnt from the attachment programme. It's been very beneficial for me as we go through real life situations guided by experienced staff. This is very useful and important apart from theory and practicals that we have attended in class.

Nurasikin Bte Abdullah

Therapy Assistant

As a fresh career transition (Logistics to Healthcare) candidate, I had very little to no knowledge of Physiotherapy. As part of the course, I was attached to NTUC Health Day Rehabilitation Centre (Jurong Spring) for my internship. It was an eye-opener for me as I was introduced to the full range of duties as a Physiotherapist. I was also guided by the professional Therapists there to administer various types of physio intervention for the clients. It was insightful and definitely a good place to learn hands-on skills on Physiotherapy.

Richard Ng

Therapy Assistant


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