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Course Content

Apply statistical analysis techniques for reviewing existing workforce to forecast BTMICE industry’s manpower demand, and to implement elasticity of substitution in headcounts and people strategies in the BTMICE industry workforce.

  • Review workforce execution plans needed to meet project and/or functional objectives

  • Adapt mathematical models to conduct statistical analysis of manpower demand

  • Review productivity metrics of existing contractors

  • Develop manpower forecast based on job roles and positions required


Lessons are conducted in a structured yet pragmatic manner as lectures are blended with group discussions, role-plays and individual assessments. The group discussions give participants the opportunities to share their experience while role-playing helps the practice and application of concepts and approaches learned through the course.

Learning Outcome

  1. Analyse the factors influencing venue operations manpower demand, and the manpower plan to meet event (project) objectives

  2. Employ techniques of manpower modelling based on job roles and positions required

  3. Interpret the parameters for accurate manpower forecasting

  4. Apply the statistical analysis techniques for reviewing capability of existing workforce

  5. Implement the methods to identify elasticities of substitution in manpower substitution

  6. Organise organisation’s human resource capabilities and people strategies

Suitable for

  • Event, Project, Venue Operations Manager / Assistant Manager, Supervisor, Team Lead in planning, organising and implementing events.

  • PMEs who have the relevant work experience within the sector or from other related industries or sectors wanting to enhance their skills and knowledge pertaining to the BTMICE venue management and operations

  • Career switchers with managerial or leadership experience, or individuals in other related industries or sectors (List 1) wanting to expand their job portfolio or are seeking national Certification / Qualification

Course Fee

Funding Source
Course Fees
SkillsFuture Funding
Total Nett Fee
GST (8%)
Total Fee Payable to SCCIOB
SME-sponsored Local Employees (i.e Singapore Citizen & Permanent Residents)
SkillsFuture Enhanced Training Support for SMEs
Employer-sponsored and Self-sponsored Singapore Citizens aged 40 years and above
SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy
Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents
SkillsFuture Funding (Baseline)


In-Classroom Training
Synchronous e-learning
TGS Code
Course Support Period
28 Nov 2020 to 30 Sep 2024
07 Jun 2020 to 06 Jun 2024


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During the development of the profession, we will help you find an internship to consolidate the acquired skills and gain practical experience.

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