Frequent Asked Questions

We accept a number of payment methods, including Cash, Cheque, Electronic Bank Transfer, and PayNow. Please fill out the registration form(s) for the course(s) you’ve chosen, and then choose your preferred payment option at the bottom of the form – Cash, Cheque, Electronic Bank Transfer, or PayNow.

PayNow:    Please Enter 201923421R as the UEN (please indicate your name and/or the invoice no. under Reference No.)
Electronic Bank Transfer :    OCBC CURRENT ACCOUNT NO. 582-441-465-001 (please indicate your name and/or invoice no. under Transfer Remarks)
Cheque payment:    Cheques should be crossed and made payable to INTERNATIONAL SPORTS ACADEMY PTE LTD
Cash payment:    Cash payment may be made to our office Mondays to Saturdays, 9 am to 6 pm (excluding public holidays)

Please email your proof of payment to along with the name of the enrolled participant, and we will confirm your registration by email or phone.

Visit our ISA main office at 1 Stadium Place, #01-11, Singapore 397628 to make a cash or check payment.

To enroll in the course you’re interested in, email us at or go to our website here. Inform us how many SkillsFuture Credits you want to use to help offset the cost of the course as well as your entire name (as it appears on your NRIC).

Visit this page on the SkillsFuture website after receiving the invoice from us and log in using your SingPass.

Please click here to view the detailed claim processing, or get in touch with our team if you have any problems.

For NTUC members, UTAP is a benefit that helps cover the cost of their training. This incentive is intended to motivate more NTUC members to pursue skill development. Students can get up to a 50% discount on e2i-approved courses! T&C’s apply; Click here for more information.

UTAP, or the Union Training Assistance Programme, is a scheme in Singapore that provides training support for workers to upgrade their skills and enhance their employability. Here are the steps to apply for UTAP funding:

  1. Find a training course or programme that you would like to attend from the list of approved UTAP training providers.
  2. Check your eligibility for UTAP funding. You must be a union member, and your course or programme must be relevant to your job, contribute to your professional development, and be conducted by an approved training provider.
  3. Apply for the course or programme through the training provider.
  4. Attend the course or programme and pay for the course fee upfront.
  5. Submit your UTAP claim within 6 months after the course or programme end date. You can apply for up to 50% of the course fee, capped at $250 per year.
  6. Wait for the approval of your UTAP claim. This process usually takes up to 6 to 8 weeks.
  7. If your claim is approved, you will receive a reimbursement for the amount approved. The reimbursement will be credited directly to your bank account.

Note that there are specific UTAP eligibility criteria and terms and conditions that you need to meet. You can find more information about UTAP on the NTUC website or by contacting the NTUC membership hotline.

The courses listed under SkillsFuture Credit and UTAP can be claimed for both SkillsFuture credit and UTAP.

You may claim the remaining amount from UTAP (up to 50% of the unfunded course charge), provided you haven’t used all of your SkillsFuture Credit to cover your course fees. Please take note that UTAP claims can only be made after you have attended the course, whereas SkillsFuture Credit claims must be made before the course even begins.

We regret to inform you that none of our courses qualify for the $500 “Mid-Career Support” credit. You can read more about the “Mid-Career Support” credit here.

Continuing Education Credit is referred to as CEC. For professionals having credentials or licenses to practice the fitness profession, a CEC is a unit of credit that corresponds to a specific number of hours of participation in a recognized program. Depending on the accrediting organization you are under, each CEC value will be different.