The subsidiary of Secura Group, Secura Training Academy (STAPL) says it has received a notice of intent from the SkillsFuture Singapore Agency (SSG) that it will be suspending STAPL from all funding schemes administered by SSG.

SSG had conducted an audit and assessment on the claims submitted by Secura Training Academy (STAPL) and found five breaches including the incorrect declaration the course end date for seven claims, and the submission of 25 claims before the cheque was cleared.

Despite STAPL's appeal to the SSG on July 23, the SSG subsequently informed STAPL that the appeal was unsuccessful and that it had decided to suspend STAPL’s funding granted under the contract between SSG and STAPL for 12 months with effect from August 18.

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