Precision Engineering & Electronics - Employment and Employability Institute


The Precision Engineering Industry saw an output of S$32 billion in 2014 and is a core enabler for many industries such as complex equipment, marine, aerospace, oil and gas and medical devices. With close to some 2,700 companies from SMEs to large MNCs the sector employs about 22.6% of the total manufacturing workforce.

Source: Econimic Development Board

How does e2i support the Electronics& Precision Engineering (EPME) industry?

EPME Symposium (EPME month 2018)

Navigate the new age of connectivity as the industry prepares itself for 5G technology Sharpen your skills and expand your knowledge in the annual EPME Week!

Read moreThis is the third run of EPME Week organised by NTUC’s e2i, supported by the EPME Cluster Unions, NTU Centre for Professional and Continuing Education, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association (SSIA) and many more.


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