Delivery Rider Kit

GrabFood x NTUC: Delivery Rider Kit

With the recent LTA regulation on PMDs, many of you, our delivery-partners, have switched over to using Power Assisted Bicycles (PABs) and Bicycles. 

To help you with this transition, we’ve partnered NTUC to bring you the Delivery Rider Kit. 

What is it?

The Delivery Partner Kit is a 5 day programme for delivery-partners who have just switched to using Bicycle/ Power Assisted Bicycles. The programme will aim to cover the basics of safety, service management and first aid.

The programme will cover 5 modules:

Module 1: Starting my Bicycle/Power-Assisted Bicycle (PAB) Journey
Module 2: Digital and Me
Module 3: Service from Me
Module 4: Safe Riding on Pedal and Power-Assisted Bicycle (PAB)
Module 5: Safety for All

NTUC Union members receive an allowance of $52.50 and non-Union members will receive $32.50 for each module attended.

As a bonus, Module 4 attendees will receive a Grab x Lumos Helmet worth $180 FREE*
*Each partner is only eligible for ONE Lumos Helmet in their GrabFood journey.

Grab x Lumos Helmet

  • Award winning design
  • Extensively tested to ensure the highest standards of safety. 
  • Equipped with turn signals.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will each module last?
Each module will be a full day programme, lasting 7 hours. 

Will I get an allowance for attending the programme? 
Each delivery-partner will receive an allowance of $52.50 for each module attended if they are NTUC Union members. Non-Union members will receive $32.50.

How do I know if I’m eligible for the programme?
If you are a Singaporean or Permanent Resident, and have received the ETG grant, you are eligible for the programme. 

Where do I get more details of the programme?
You can find more information HERE. Details of the programme, such as location and dates, will be confirmed at a later time. 

Komsan Chiyadis

GrabFood delivery-partner, Thailand

Komsan Chiyadis

GrabFood delivery-partner, Thailand

COVID-19 has dealt an unprecedented blow to the tourism industry, affecting the livelihoods of millions of workers. One of them was Komsan, an assistant chef in a luxury hotel based in the Srinakarin area.

As the number of tourists at the hotel plunged, he decided to sign up as a GrabFood delivery-partner to earn an alternative income. Soon after, the hotel ceased operations.

Komsan has viewed this change through an optimistic lens, calling it the perfect opportunity for him to embark on a fresh journey after his previous job. Aside from GrabFood deliveries, he now also picks up GrabExpress jobs. It can get tiring, having to shuttle between different locations, but Komsan finds it exciting. And mostly, he’s glad to get his income back on track.