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Old 01-08-2003, 02:18 PM   #16
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any of u guys come to this forum more often than mod
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Old 01-08-2003, 04:34 PM   #17
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Old 04-08-2003, 03:06 AM   #18
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How CITREP works

There are 3 kinds of applicants.
-Sponsoring Organisation for their staffs
-Self-sponsored Applicant (Individual)
-Retrenched Applicant (Individual and retrenched)

To qualify for CITREP
One has to be Singaporean or Local PR

Must at least have a Diploma in Inforcomm or at least 1 year of working experience in the Inforcomm industry.
(Those without academic qualification will need to show a letter of resume from their employer to prove that they have at least of 1 year experience in the Inforcomm industry)

Those who are currently studying or serving National service are not allow to apply for this grant.
(Fresh grad can apply for this grant, but they must show theircertificate)

Those who are currently under another government grant (e.g SDF or SRP) are not allow to apply for this grant.

Those who has not exceeded the 1 year window when they last applied for CITREP are not allow to apply for this grant.
Meaning, if you had applied CITREP before, you will need to wait at least 1 year from your last application to be eligible for CITREP grant again.

I presume you are self-sponsored and not retrenched.
Coz if I were to cover all it may be too long.

For individual who wish to apply, the above conditions must be met.

There are 2 kinds of claims under this.

-Claims which includes Course and Exam Fees.
-Claims which only includes the Exams Fees.

Under the claims which includes Course and Exams Fees
-Up to 70% of the nett payable course and exam fees (if any) capped at S$3,500 per trainee per course, subject to one course per year

Meaning
In 1 year, you can only claim for 1 course and its exams fees. (E.g MCSE only and not MCSE and CCNA together)

You can claim up to 70% of the course and exam fees.
E.g
MCSE + exams = $6000
70% of it = $4200 (exceed the capped level of $3500)
Therefore, you can claim only $3500 for this course.
They will choose which is lower, whether 70% or $3500 to be your claimable amount.

Under the claims which includes only the Exams Fees
Up to 70% of the nett payable exam fees capped at S$1,000 per trainee per certification exam per year.

Meaning
In 1 year, you can only claim for 1 certification exams fees. (E.g MCSE exams only and not MCSE and CCNA exams together)

You can claim up to 70% of the exam fees.
E.g
MCSE exams = $1600
70% of it = $1120 (exceed the capped level of $1000)
Therefore, you can claim only $1000 for this exams.
They will choose which is lower, whether 70% or $1000 to be your claimable amount.

To claim, you will need to register yourself with a course provider. (Course Provider's course must be endosed by CITREP)

Upon registration and payment of course and exam fees.
The course provider will issue you a receipt.
Make sure you don't lost this as you will need it for your claim.

You will attend your lessons and attendance must be at least 75%.
They will calculate this based on per module basis and not the whole course.
Meaning for every MCSE module, you must clocked at least 75% attendance.
Your trainer will clocked it by hourly basis, so make sure you clock at least 75% for each modules. Else no claim.

You also need to complete your course and exams within 6 months from the commencement date of your course. No extention is allow, or else no claim.

You can only take your exams after you have completed your course. So it is advisable to check for exams schedules early, so that you can complete in time.

After which you have completed every thing within 6 months. You must summit your claim within 1 month upon completion from your course and exams.

You will need to fill up the claim form.
Summit together with
-Receipt
-Copy of NRIC
- Copy of Certificates (Diploma or Degree)
-Letter of Resume from company (those without qualification)
- Copy of your exams results
-Copy of your MCSE cert
-Copy of Cert for attendence or attendence achieved from your course provider.

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Old 04-08-2003, 08:55 AM   #19
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Old 04-08-2003, 11:59 AM   #20
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hi Guys,

It is has become a "sticky" as per request
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Old 04-08-2003, 01:06 PM   #21
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Originally posted by ifiron
hi Guys,

It is has become a "sticky" as per request
Thanks ifiron
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Old 04-08-2003, 04:36 PM   #22
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so long then its sticky
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Old 05-08-2003, 03:44 PM   #23
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Re: FAQ

legal: study and take exam
illegal: use some 'help' such as TK
Why is test king considered illegal way?
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Old 05-08-2003, 08:06 PM   #24
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coz its actual qn from the exam
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Old 06-08-2003, 09:31 AM   #25
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& also don't know how they managed to get it commercialised without law suit against them
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Old 06-08-2003, 11:13 AM   #26
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Originally posted by The_Davis

Woah, the "mod" has finally shown up
I am always in the background
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Old 06-08-2003, 11:14 AM   #27
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Originally posted by Tucksoon


Thanks ifiron
No problem dude!!
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Old 06-08-2003, 01:47 PM   #28
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post in other threads also leh
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Old 09-08-2003, 10:38 PM   #29
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Originally posted by Tucksoon
Contributing my bit

Quoted from CourseConsultant

How CITREP works

There are 3 kinds of applicants.
-Sponsoring Organisation for their staffs
-Self-sponsored Applicant (Individual)
-Retrenched Applicant (Individual and retrenched)

To qualify for CITREP
One has to be Singaporean or Local PR

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Thanks for clearing my doubts!
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Old 10-08-2003, 01:28 AM   #30
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Re: FAQ

Originally posted by cool_lai
Q: How do i book the exam?
A: www.2test.com for prometric
www.vue.com for vue, be sure to
provide real information or else the
cert won't reach you
Any difference between the 2? Going for CCNA.
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