CITREP+ Data Science Bootcamp
Citizens and permanent residents of Singapore may be eligible for a subsidy of SGD 3000 after completing Data Science Bootcamp.
Strengthen Your Data Science Skills
Data Science Dojo’s Bootcamp is endorsed by the Critical Infocomm Technology Resource Programme Plus (CITREP+) — a program under IMDA’s TechSkills Accelerator (TeSA) initiative to support the ICT workforce in keeping pace with technology. With our top-quality program, we have helped thousands of professionals in attaining valuable data science skills. If you’re a citizen of or a permanent resident in Singapore, the program is even more attractive where you can get a subsidy of up to SGD 3000.
Earn a Verified Certificate
Earn a certificate from the University of New Mexico (UNM), verifying your skills. Step into the market with a proven and trusted skillset. After completing the Bootcamp, you will receive a verified certificate from UNM worth 7 Continuing Education Credits.
How It Works
Register for the Bootcamp
Attend the Bootcamp
Be a part of the instructor-led trainings and maintain at least 75% attendance to earn a verified certificate.
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Starting June 10, 2021
Weekly classes on Thursday, 8AM – 11AM SGT
Summer 2021 CohortCITREP+ Data Science Bootcamp
- • Instructor-led training
- • Course Material
- • Restricted access to our learning platform
- • Verified Certificate
Frequently Asked Questions
Claiming CITREP+ Benefits
Trainees who wish to claim for CITREP+ funding must submit their online claim applications to IMDA via ICMS upon course or certification completion. Please refer to the claim application guide for detailed application procedures.
For Organisation-Sponsored Trainees, the claim application will be submitted by the sponsoring organization.
For Self-Sponsored Trainees, the claim application has to be completed by the individual.
All claims for CITREP+ disbursement must be submitted to IMDA within three (3) months from the completion date of the last examination or final post-training assessment. Late submissions will not be accepted. Applications with incomplete supporting documents will be rejected for processing.
Yes, we provide the necessary documents required to file your claim. We provide the following documents:
- Payment Confirmation/Invoice/Receipt
- Attendance sheet with instructors signature
- Certificate of completion
We can accommodate reasonable requests for documents to support your claim application with IMDA.
We are endorsed as a training course without any certification credit from a certification authority.
You do not have to pass a test as we are endorsed as a training course without any certification credit from a certification authority.
The amount of funding a student may receive depends on a variety of factors.
The subsidies covered by the Singapore government for CITREP depend on if you are a Singapore citizen or permanent resident, the category (are you self-sponsored or organization sponsored), type (student, working professional over 40, professional), and training course.
You can find which category you fall into, here.
According to IMDA:
“The Critical Infocomm Technology Resource Programme Plus (CITREP+) is a programme under IMDA’s TechSkills Accelerator (TeSA) initiative to support the ICT workforce in keeping pace with technology shifts, through the continuous and proactive training of technical skills sets, in order to remain relevant and productive.
To build a strong core of local ICT professionals with Smart Nation capabilities, CITREP+ has been expanded to support entry-level professionals since April 2016 to build specialized ICT skills through broad-based training courses and certifications.
IMDA will work with training providers to develop and offer quality Infocomm professional development technology courses and professional certifications that impart knowledge and skills in relevant areas.
As an extension to the existing support for classroom-based courses and professional certifications, CITREP+ will now support selected Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) that have a specific focus on developing ICT skillsets.”
Data Science Dojo’s bootcamp is endorsed under Singapore’s CITREP+ SkillsFuture Series. Citizens of Singapore and permanent residents may qualify to have their bootcamp supported by this government skills training program. You can learn more here.
The program is for eligible citizens and permanent residents of Singapore and the companies willing to upskill their eligible employees.
Currently, only our Data Science Bootcamp is endorsed by CITREP+. All our other trainings are, however, available at an affordable fee.
The CITREP package costs SGD $4999.99 (full price) and is only available for Singapore citizens and permanent residents. If you are a citizen or permanent resident of Singapore, you may have your training supported by the Singaporean government.
This CITREP+ endorsed package comes with:
- 16-week remote training
- Verified certificate from the University of New Mexico
- In-class exercises
- Daily office hours
- One-year access to learning resources
- Recordings to all live sessions
- Repository of practice material
- Tutorials for continued learning
- R/Python Jupyter Notebook
- Software Subscriptions
If for any reason, you decide to cancel, we will gladly refund your registration fee in full if notified the Monday prior to the start of the training. We would also be happy to transfer your registration to another bootcamp or workshop.
Refunds cannot be processed if you have transferred to a different bootcamp after registration. For more information on our refund policy, click here.
Transfers are allowed once with no penalty. Transfers requested more than once will incur a $99 processing fee. Transfers requested after the refund period has passed will incur a $199 processing fee.
Transferring registration to a different team member or colleague is allowed up to one week prior to the bootcamp. No exceptions. Any transfers for the new registrant will incur a $99 processing fee.
All transfer fees must be paid prior to your enrollment in the new cohort.
No-shows to a bootcamp will not be allowed a refund or transfer.