What makes Administrative Professionals different ?
Welcome To Saap
The Singapore Association of Administrative Professionals (SAAP) is a non-profit professional body representing administrative professionals and secretaries in Singapore.
SAAP works in partnership with employers and organisations to promote and enhance the skills of the administrative professionals and secretaries to position them in the context of modern management.
SAAP also serves as a platform for administrative professionals and secretaries to participate, contribute and learn from the various talks and activities organised. It is also an avenue for administrative professionals and secretaries to network, interact and relate their work experience with the peers.
Do you know a stomach bulge and having brown spots (pigmentation) appearing on face and skin are signs of poor liver function?
Join us in this interactive live webinar (via zoom) to learn how to tackle it naturally without steroids and chemical medications. Get to know TCM perspective on how to improve liver health and gain knowledge to care and strength your liver
For those who love baking, let’s join Lucy Tan from Miracle Bakes for a LIVE Demo session as she shows the step-by-step baking and end product. Lucy will share tips on how to bake tasty Christmas Cookies, demonstrate how to decorate it and Christmas packaging.
The Annual Management Council Installation (MCI) Ceremony is an important and traditional event for the Association. A honorable transfer of authority and responsibility from current council to newly elected Management Council 2020/2021. This year, SAAP member and guests can choose either physical or virtual attendance.
Singapore Association of Administrative Professionals’ President Josephine Kwan tells us about the evolving roles in the administrative industry.
Day-to-day matters of the Association
A team of council members manages the day-to-day matters of the Association. These members are full time working administrative professionals/secretaries and their services to the Association are voluntary.