Welcome to NPCC e-Learning Platform

The aim of the National Productivity and Competitiveness Council (NPCC) is to stimulate and generate productivity and quality consciousness and drive the productivity and quality movement in all sectors of the economy with a view to raise national output and achieve sustained growth and international competitiveness. Through its' Productivity and Competitiveness Learning Centre, NPCC offers a broad set of technical and soft skills programs that can be combined and adapted to the needs of your staff.

Learning Modality

We provide training content experiences  to organizations and individuals who believe in a culture of continuous learning through the three digital learning modalities below.


Our self-learning courses enable our learners to take the time they need and set their own schedule to complete the online courses.



Our webinars offers short online courses by Subject Matter Experts on tools and techniques to improve your organisation



Our tutor based online courses are delivered to a group of learners simultaneously online and are followed up and coached by NPCC trainers.


    Available courses

    Business Restart

    Most small businesses do not have an annual Business Continuity and resiliency planning process in place that larger organization might – and as a result might not have a standard and pre-planned approach for safe and secure business restart under such situations.This course deals specifically with the imperatives of such a world-wide situation and aim for a planned restart.

    Basic Productivity and Quality Course 1

    This course on productivity and Quality is basic to an on-going transformation changes in the skills of our workers so the fundamental concepts are understood and they are prepped to receive favourably more intense training and orientation into the vast realm of productivity at their respective workplace.

    Using a Prioritisation Grid to discover more opportunities for your business

    The Prioritisation Grid is a structured visual tool to help you decide which improvement ideas to test first and how to focus your activity and energy to pursue projects thereby improving productivity.

    The webinar will help you discover more opportunities for your business using the prioritisation grid and show you a method to work in collaboration with your own customers/ stakeholders/ teams to think about focus for change


    Improving your Cash Conversion Cycle

    Any business can be viewed as a cash-converting machine. Performance can be measured by how efficiently you can convert cash into operating profit. The ability to rightly manage your operations to speed up cash generation is at the essence of any business. Good management of operations will lead to increased cash generation. Employees are the engines to generate cash and managers who are able to see and harness the potential of employees understand the difference between financial profitability and cash generation.


    Yukitoshi Tanno, our expert from Japan, will explain how to harness the potential of people to generate more cash for the business through effective goal setting.


    SMEs need to go Digital

    Digitalisation is journey of business transformation journey for better productivity performance. It can be integrated in to the business model at different magnitude. SMEs can use digitalisation to outreach and engage customers via digital marketing or e-commerce, using deep learning to provide data-driven insights to improve their customer experience, and integrated software systems to improve efficiency of their business operations.

    The scale of digitalization may vary with different size, industry sector and type of SME. As such, we should be mindful about our objectives and get started on digitalisation at a manageable pace. How can SMEs start their digitalisation journey?

    Business Continuity and Resilence Plan

    This online course on will show you how to develop a Business Continuity and Resilience Plan that will ensure continuity of business while adverse incidences have caused a disturbance.