Sheltered workshops for persons with disabilities are usually focused on packing, craft work, data entry and F&B. To keep up with changing times (i.e., digitalisation and automation), there is a need to provide persons with disabilities with the opportunity to explore new opporutnities in the new sectors such as e-commerce logistics operations.
Bizlink Centre's train-and-place programme provides learning and employment opportunities to persons with disabilities in the growing e-commerce industry, within a simulated training environment.
This programme aims to train and place suitable persons with disabilities in the e-commerce and logistics sector to empower them to pursue their career aspirations, be financially independent and remain relevant in changing times.
GranteeBizlink Centre Singapore Ltd
BeneficiariesPersons with Disabilites
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Bizlink is a social service agency established in 1986 to provide vocational assessment and training to persons with disabilities. They run two programmes currently – Sheltered Workshop and Day Activity Centre.
Day Activity Centre provides activities, training and care programmes to persons with disabilities; while Sheltered Workshop provides training and sheltered employment opportunities supported by its social enterprises for services such as packing and fulfillment, cleaning services, Data Management Centre, etc.