Fee Waiver and Subsidized Schemes
Corporate Training via ERB Enterprise-based Training Scheme
The Employees Retraining Board (ERB) is an independent statutory body established in 1992 under the Employees Retraining Ordinance. The ERB co-ordinates, funds and monitors training courses and services that are market-driven and employment-oriented so as to meet the changing needs of the employment market. The ERB Enterprise-based Training Scheme provides on-the-job training for serving employees on enterprise or business association basis. To leverage on the ERB resources, CityU SCOPE can design and offer training courses for organizations to meet their training needs.
For more information about the ERB Enterprise-based Training Scheme, please visit here For more information about the Employees Retraining Board, please visit: http://www.erb.org
Corporate Training via Reindustrialisation and Technology Training Programme (RTTP)
Reindustrialisation and Technology Training Programme (RTTP) is a funding scheme under the Innovation and Technology Fund which subsidises local companies on a 2:1 matching basis to train their staff in advanced technologies, especially those related to "Industry 4.0".
Registered Public course (local or non-local training) refers to a training course that is open to the public for enrolment. Applications for registering public courses are made by course providers, while applications for training grants are made, via the online system, by eligible companies separately.
For more information about RTTP, please visit here