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What You Will Learn

Building Information Modeling (BIM) has been successfully implemented in the design and construction of building and related facilities for many years. The development has moved onto exploiting the vast amount of information embedded in BIM model for facilities management (FM). Interested to find out how this trend will impact the FM industry, but do not have the time or the need to take a full BIM course, this short course is designed for you. The objectives of this course are to: 

  • Introduce the basic concept of BIM to facilities management professionals 
  • Enable participants to gain a basic understanding of how BIM models are developed
  •  Enable FM personnel to manage the large amount of BIM files 
  • Enable FM personnel to make use of the vast amount of information available in BIM files to improve productive 

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Course Information At A Glance
Application Period 21 Jun to 10 Sep 2018
Course Date 11 & 12 Oct 2018
Class Time 9am to 6pm. 2 days - Mon & Tues.
Venue
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Assessment/ Award

In-class assessment(s) required. 

Certificate of Performance will be awarded to participants who have achieved at least 75% in attendance and passed all required assessment(s).

Course Fees

Singapore Citizens (SC) & PRs: $192.60
SC Qualified for WTS (Promo code: WTS): $42.60
SC Aged 40 and Above: $72.60
SC & PR Sponsored by SME: $72.60

Full course fee: $642.00 

Course fee is payable upon acceptance. It is inclusive of 7% GST and subject to review. ‚Äč

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SkillsFuture Credit Eligibility
Eligible   (Course reference number: NP-SFE03)


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Ngee Ann Polytechnic reserves the right to reschedule / cancel any programme, modify the fees and amend information without prior notice.

Entry Requirements
  • Applicants should have undertaken GCE 'O' Levels course of study