Course Registration Fees

Across all funding categories, students are required to pay a one-time tools & registration fee ($100) for a full course sign-up. For WSQ Course individual unit sign-ups, a registration fee of $20 is chargeable per unit.


Tools will be on loan for individual sign-ups.

Course Fee Funding

You will be eligible for funding if:

  1. You are a Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident;

  2. You are aged 21 years and above*;

  3. You are attending a SSG-supported certifiable course on nett fee payment mode

  4. You have achieved at least 75% attendance; and

  5. You have sat for and passed the examinations/ assessments


You will be advised on the amount of course fee funding and the nett fee which you will have to pay. This is dependent on your eligibility and the course selected.


Grants and funding do not apply to all JFAS courses.

All Singaporeans aged 25 and above may also use their $500 SkillsFuture Credit from the government to pay for approved skills-related courses Visit the SkillsFuture Credit website ( to choose from the courses available on the Training Exchange course directory.

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By 1 Jan 2022, all Singaporeans/PRs aged 21 years old and above will receive subsidies of up to 50% of course fees, capped at $17 per hour for WSQ Courses at June Floral Art School.


SGD $2,165

Incl. of registration fees

& tools

Higher Certificate

SGD $3,005

Incl. of registration fees

& tools



By 1 Jan 2022, all Singaporeans aged 40 years old and above will be eligible for MCES, receiving subsidies of up to 70% of course fees, capped at $25 per hour for WSQ Courses at June Floral Art School.


SGD $1,339

Incl. of registration fees

& tools

Higher Certificate

SGD $1,843

Incl. of registration fees

& tools

SkillsFuture Credit

Singaporeans aged 25 and above will be eligible for an initial credit of $500 in their SkillsFuture Credit accounts upon receiving their account activation letter.


The credits can be used to pay for or offset the course fees for WSQ Courses at June Floral Art School. They can also be used on top of existing course fee grants. 

Use of this credit is limited to self-sponsored Singaporean applicants. All applications must be submitted via the SkillsFuture Portal using SingPass, and must be done 30 days before commencement of the course. 

You may make an application to use your SkillsFuture Credit at the following link:


Education Account


Initiated by the government to encourage completion of one’s studies beyond secondary school, the Post-Secondary Education (PSE) Scheme allows Singaporeans additional support in funding for further studies. An account is automatically opened for all Singaporeans by the Ministry of Education.


If a Singaporean is eligible for a Child Development Account (CDA) and has unspent balance in his CDA, a PSEA will be opened for him/her:


  • In the year he/she turns 7 years old for a child born between 2001 and 2005

  • In the year he/she turns 13 years old for a child born in or after 2006.

WSQ Course applicants at June Floral Art School may use their own, or their siblings’ PSEA funds to pay for approved fees. Current account balances can be checked using the MOE Autophone service at +65 6260 0777 with your NRIC number.

Awards and Allowances

Training Commitment Award (TCA)

Training Allowance

Under the Workfare Skills Support Scheme (as of 2 July 2020), the Training Commitment Award (TCA) will be automatically awarded to eligible individuals upon achieving any of the following below:


  • Individuals will receive $100 for every 2 Statements of Attainment completed. (capped at $200 per WSS eligibility year)

  • For full WSQ Qualifications attained, individuals may receive up to the following:


1st Full Qualification: $500

2nd Full Qualification: $300

A total cap of $1,000 will apply to these awards within the WSS validity period.


Payment details will be included in the Workfare letter (together with information on the Workfare Income Supplement (WIS), if any).

Training Allowance will only be applicable for the following module at our school:

Comply With Workplace Safety and Health Policies and Procedures (ES-JS-101G-1)

Training Allowance is available for Singapore Citizens aged 35 to 39 years and earning ≤ $2,300/month under the Workfare Skills Support Scheme. You may be eligible for training allowance at $6 per hour, capped at 180 training hours in addition to course fee subsidies.

If you are employed, regular CPF contributions will be made by your employer to your CPF account, and you are not required to apply for TA.

If you are self-employed and hence do not have CPF contributions, you may submit your TA claims online here. Please refer to the step-by-step guide on how to file your TA online here. Should you require assistance with e-submission, you may visit either Workforce Singapore (WSG) Careers Connect at Lifelong Learning Institute or Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) centre at Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability for on-site assistance to submit your TA claims online.


More information can be found at

SkillsFuture Qualification Award

This award encourages workers to attain full WSQ qualifications, which equips them with a comprehensive and robust set of skills to perform their jobs competently, pursue career progression and explore new job opportunities. 

Individuals eligible for the award must possess the following: 

  • Singapore Citizens who have attain a WSQ Diploma, WSQ Specialist Diploma, WSQ Graduate Certificate or WSQ Graduate Diploma will be eligible for a cash award of S$1,000.

  • Those who attain a WSQ Certificate, WSQ Higher Certificate or WSQ Advanced Certificate are eligible for a cash award of S$200.

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