Course Code: 74033
Specialist Diploma in M&E Coordination
The growing complexity of Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) services in commercial, residential, industrial and infrastructural projects have made the role of an M&E coordinator increasingly important. Proper planning and coordination of M&E services are central to the success of building projects, playing key roles in building aesthetics, operational efficiency and optimal building maintenance.
The Specialist Diploma in M&E Coordination designed to meet the increasing sophistication in building design as demanded by the market. It aims to equip individuals with the technical knowledge of industry best practices as well as managerial skills to undertake both conventional and specialised building projects. The Specialist Diploma in M&E Coordination is recognised by BCA as a technical qualification that is acceptable for M&E work head registration under BCA’s Contractors Registry.
Upon graduation, participants can look forward to become M&E engineers, property executives and facilities executives. The Specialist Diploma also serves as a stepping-stone to technically advanced positions such as project managers or M&E managers.
This 9-month part-time specialist diploma programme aims to familiarise participants with the Design & Build concept, BCA’s CORENET e-submission, safe practices related to M&E works, M&E services, building structures and architectural construction, specifications, negotiating skills etc. The course emphasizes training on CAD coordination drafting and active learning via class discussion.
Who Should Attend
Project managers, engineers, system specialists, project coordinators, M&E coordinators and building trade supervisors.
23rd Intake: Starting in Jul/Aug 2015
(Application closing date: 12 Jun 2015)
Frequency: 2 to 4 times a week from 6.30pm to 9.30pm on weekdays
(there may be lessons conducted on Saturdays)
Time: 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Venue: BCA Academy
Fee (inclusive GST): S$5,500.00.
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