FAQs

The following FAQ focuses on enterprise specific questions.
The following FAQ focuses on vendor specific questions.

Original Invoice, Original Delivery Note, Copy of the Cheque/Bank Transfer Details, Original Receipt, Original Bank Statement (If the vendor is providing their bank statement we will require the deposit slip as well).

Techania (TAP) and ICT Scheme: Original Invoice from the vendor issued to Tamkeen and the customer including invoice number, application number, items description, items code, items brand, customer name and address (Signed and Stamped by both Vendor and Customer) printed on a letter head.

Tasweeq (MAS) Scheme: Original Invoice from the vendor issued to Tamkeen and the customer including invoice number, application number, items description, items code, items brand, customer name and address (Signed and Stamped by both Vendor and Customer) printed on a letter head.

Tarweej (GAP) Scheme: Agreement copy from the event organizer (Duly signed and stamped), and Original invoice from the event organizer including invoice number ((Signed and Stamped by both Vendor and Customer) printed on letter head.

Istishara and Jawada (BDS and QMS) Scheme: Original invoice (issued to Tamkeen) for 50% of the consultancy fees including the invoice number (Duly signed and stamped) printed on letter head, and original invoice issued to the customer for 50% of the consultancy fees including invoice reference number (Signed and Stamped by both Vendor and Customer) printed on letter head.

Techania (TAP) and ICT Scheme: Original receipt from the supplier including the payment method, the cheque number or bank transfer details, invoice number or application number (Signed and Stamped by both Vendor and Customer) printed on letter head.

Tasweeq (MAS) Scheme: Original Receipt from the marketing agency including the invoice number or application number or service details, payment method, the cheque number or bank transfer details (Signed and Stamped by both Vendor and Customer) printed on letter head.

Tarweej (GAP) Scheme: Original receipt from the event organizer including the payment method, the cheque number or Bank transfer details, invoice number or application number (Signed and Stamped by both Vendor and Customer) printed on letter head.

Istishara and Jawada (BDS and QMS) Scheme: Original receipt from the consultancy agency including the payment method, invoice number or application number, and cheque or bank transfer details (Signed and Stamped by both Vendor and Customer) printed on letter head.

Techania (TAP) and ICT Scheme: Original delivery note (item description and code should match with invoice) (Signed and Stamped by both Vendor and Customer).

Tasweeq (MAS) Scheme: Copy of designs and proof of works done and pictures to prove the completion of the listed deliverables in the originals invoice, and delivery note (item description and code should match with invoice) (Duly signed and stamped by the customer and the vendor).

Tarweej (GAP) Scheme: Snapshots of the exhibition to show the stand in the different angels, and showing Tamkeen's logo.

Istishara and Jawada (BDS and QMS) Scheme:
For Istishara: Sign-Off Report, (Signed and Stamped by both Vendor and Customer) and report of completion and deliverables.
For Jawda: Sign-Off Report, (Signed and Stamped by both Vendor and Customer) and copy of the ISO certificate.

The following FAQ focuses on training providers specific questions.

See Funding policy table. This will depend on your training arrangement (local, online, overseas), programme structure and payment policy.

Quotation: An initial price of the course provided by the training institute. Once quotation is approved/accepted by the candidate, an invoice is issued. A quotation usually expires after a limited period of time. After which the candidate must request a new quotation (prices may be higher or lower than the initial quotation).

Receipt: Acknowledgment/Proof of a payment.

Invoice: A descriptive list of the course details (individually priced) with the total cost of the course reflected at the bottom. It is an official request for payment.

Registration fees, tuition fees (including main course books), exam and membership fees, where applicable. The scheme will not pay for any extra costs incurred by the trainee that are not required by the course for e.g. extra classes, study guides, travel expenses (in the case of overseas studies). Costs of re-sitting an exam and renewal of memberships will also have to be borne by the candidate him/herself.

In order for the customer to claim for the first 50% payment (payable to Training Provider). The Training provider should provide the customer the following documents: Original Invoice, Original Receipt and the Acceptance Letter from the Awarding Body.

The invoice must be issued by the Training Provider and addressed to the customer, the invoice should include the invoice number (in English) and date of issuance (in English). Invoice should be stamped and signed by the Training Provider and printed on a letter head.

The receipt must be issued by the Training Provider and addressed to the customer. Receipt should include the receipt number (in English) and date of payment (in English). Receipt should be stamped and signed by the Training Provider and printed on a letter head or it has the Training Provider’s logo.

The Training Provider is eligible to check the payment status for the payments which are payable to them only, they will be able to view the following details of the payment: TPCS Reference, Customer Name, CPR, Certificate Name, Amount Payable, Invoice Number, Cheque Number and Payment Status.