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Career Opportunities

SCAL Academy is wholly-owned subsidiary of the Singapore Contractors Association Limited (SCAL) which was founded in 1937.

SCAL Academy was established to further address the industry's training needs. It plans, designs and conducts training and development courses to help managers and staff at all levels to upgrade their professional, managerial and technical skills and knowledge to support business needs and personal aspirations.

Positions Available


1. Associate WSH Trainer


  • 3 or more years of related working experience
  • Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA)
  • Professional Qualification (Level B / Level C / Level D / etc..
  • WSHO Licence

For this position, please submit your CV to Mr Leo Lee - Leo@scal-academy.com.sg or call 6797 8779 for further information.


2. Certified Autodesk trainer – Freelance

  • Must be Autodesk Certified Trainer
  • Experienced in training Essential level of either Autodesk Revit Architecture / Revit Structure / Revit MEP 2019 Essentials


3. Invite proposal to develop and conduct English language courses (Basic and Intermediate level) for foreigners

  • Basic and Intermediate level
  • Able to communicate in either Mandarin / Tamil / Bengali preferred


For position 3 & 4, please submit your CV to Ms Wei Xuan - weixuan@scal-academy.com.sg or call 6797 8779 for further information.

“The training provided by SCAL’s experienced and knowledgeable trainers has equipped me with an excellent grasp of construction safety and allowed me to enhance worksite safety in Woh Hup”

Govindavelalar Gunasekaran

“The course content is very relevant to my daily work and I will definitely recommend this course to my colleagues with design background at SCAL Academy.”

Daphne Yip

“SCAL Academy has a good understanding of how the industry works and the training is much better aligned with practical needs. The trainer also exhibited fantastic content knowledge and this enabled me to apply the concepts to my work.””

Kenn Tan