About this Course
The content of the programmes should be based on the core curriculum that supports the appropriate specialist content for a discipline or disciplines within the construction, building services engineering pathways
Programmes and courses should develop learner’s knowledge, understanding, skills and awareness necessary to provide them with the potential to progress to technical, supervisory and managerial positions in construction, building services engineering and civil engineering.
Programmes should make provision for:
• Sufficient time to achieve consistency of learning outcome standards and, when coupled with enhanced further learning, will enable learners to achieve the educational base required for an incorporated engineer.
• Both breadth and depth of coverage to meet the needs of industry in relation to technical and personal skills.
• The development of higher-level skills.
• The foundation for subsequent study and developing a commitment to lifelong learning.
All courses should include the development of learner skills in managing and developing themselves, working with others and being part of a team, communicating, managing tasks, solving problems, applying numeracy, IT, design and creativity. An understanding of health, safety, environmental and sustainability issues, and the need to design, install and maintain safe systems of work, is essential and courses should expose learners to these issues, hazards and risk assessment, environment and legal requirements.
Modules Consist of 16 units :
- Design Principles and Application for Construction and the Built Environment
- Applied Mathematics for Construction and the Built Environment
- Management Principles and Application for Construction and the Built Environment
- Group Project in the Construction Industry
- Health, Safety and Welfare for Construction and the Built Environment
- Applied Mathematics for Complex Engineering Problems
- Building Management Systems for Building Services Engineering
- Project Management for Building Services Engineering
- Application of Scientific Principles to Building Services Engineering
- Research Project
- Work-based Training and Development in Construction and the Built Environment
- Air Conditioning for Industrial and Commercial Buildings
- Energy Utilisation and Efficiency for Building Services Engineering
- Refrigeration Technology for Construction and the Built Environment
- Power Supplies for the Building Services Engineering
- Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation
This course is assessed by outcome-based coursework which involved assessment & assignment.
There is NO Written Exam assessment.
Graduates could progress onto the FINAL Year (3rd year) degree programme.
BCA Licensing of Builders Act
Student who have successfully completed and graduated from the above mentioned program with at least
5 years in the execution of construction projects, can apply to BCA as a General Builder GB Class 2
Candidates who successfully complete all the 16 modules of this programme will be awarded the
internationally recognised Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Construction and the Built
Environment (Building Services Engineering)
Min 18 years and above
‘N’/’O’ level with Higher NITEC, ‘A’, STPM, Polytechnic Diploma or Professional certificate from
Must have credit in English (‘A’, ‘O’ or ‘N’). Those with 3years of working experience with other
qualification will be considered on an individual basis.
Duration Part Time : 3 times a week (3hrs per day)
Mode Part Time : 24 months
Contact Hours : 960 hours (Inclusive face to face, tutorial and assignment)
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- Course Provider GLOBAL SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT PTE. LTD.
- Course Category Building
- Course Price $12000