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The Internal Audit (QEHS) course (based on requirements on Quality Management System, Environmental Management System and Occupational Health and Safety Management System) aims to equip Internal Auditors with the knowledge and skill required to assess, monitor and measure the performance of an organisations integrated QEHS Management system. As the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 have recently undergone a major review, the course includes the latest updates of the new editions and highlights the necessary revisions to ensure smooth transition from the current version.

Building and Construction Authority

6 Mar 2017 to 13 Mar 2017

In the construction industry, it is known that application for extension of time and claims for prolongation cost can be a contentious issue in the industry. Though standard conditions of contract like SIA and PSSCOC have provisions for extension of time, there are issues pertaining to the proper procedures for application of EOT, claims for loss and expenses or prolongation cost and documentation for evidence of delays and justifications that need to be addressed.This course is designed and structured to provide insights and depth into the factors that will affect the success of EOT application and the recovery of prolongation cost.

Building and Construction Authority

8 Mar 2017 to 8 Mar 2017

The FIDIC (Fdration Internationale des Ingnieurs-Conseils) publishes a suite of standard forms of contract which are generally recommended for international construction projects.Under the FIDIC Conditions of Contract for Construction for use in traditional build-only project delivery, the Employer appoints an Engineer to carry out the duties under the contract with the assistance of suitably qualified engineers and other professionals in strict compliance with an administrative protocol.

Building and Construction Authority

14 Mar 2017 to 15 Mar 2017

With advent of BIM, the design and installation conflicts among construction elements could be effectively identified, visualized and managed with the use of 3D BIM model. Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) coordination has been identified as one of the most complex tasks of the project delivery process. The BIM for MEP Coordination course aims to provide participants with the necessary knowledge and skills on how to achieve MEP spatial coordination through BIM with a greater degree of accuracy and collaboration. A series of hands-on, collaborative exercises will be conducted to simulate the real-world scenario of the coordination process from model review all the way to BIM translation to field. As such, participants are able to familiarize themselves with better, more efficient practices in MEP modelling, coordination, and collaboration, which will ultimately contribute to productivity and minimize reworks on site.

Building and Construction Authority

15 Mar 2017 to 15 Mar 2017

This half-day seminar serves as a platform for the experts from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) and major construction companies in Japan to share on topics ranging from policies to advanced technologies adopted by the Japanese construction industry. Participants will be kept abreast on the latest development in construction productivity methodologies and technology adopted by Japanese companies.

Building and Construction Authority

21 Mar 2017 to 21 Mar 2017

Contract drafting is both an art and science. Merely referring to templates or specimens without having the technical skills and legal knowledge to address the specific needs of a particular project could result in disastrous consequences.This workshop endeavours to provide a proper training platform for construction professionals and practitioners in the field of contract drafting by imparting the necessary technical skills and requisite legal knowledge.At the end of the workshop, the participants would be able to identify common loopholes and pitfalls in contract drafting, address critical clauses in the conditions of contract and draft contractual letters, documents and submittals.

Building and Construction Authority

30 Mar 2017 to 1 Apr 2017

BILT is a global calibre training event dedicated to mastery of BIM & VDC in the design and construction industry. This is NOT an academic event; this is 3 full days pragmatic training on "HOW you do BIM". Expert level BIM practitioners from around the world will gather at Marina Bay Sands to offer insight and instruction through a series of over 60 lectures and labs. BIM & VDC Education at this level is simply not available anywhere else in Asia at any price. If you are serious about BIM, you simply cannot afford to miss this event. Funding assistance and tax incentives are available. Please visit our event website for pricing information and registration at www.dbeinstitute.org/bilt/asia or contact secretary@rtcevents.com with questions.

Building and Construction Authority

31 Mar 2017 to 31 Mar 2017

Future development projects in Singapore require Built Environment Professionals to collaborate, using technology, at a much earlier stage to anticipate issues and solve problems. This half-day seminar enables participants to gain knowledge and understanding in using data analytics, predictive analytics, data mining, and the Internet of Things (IoT) throughout the construction process to further improve their productivity. The seminar is co-organised by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and Australian Trade and Investment Commission (AUSTRADE).

Building and Construction Authority

3 Apr 2017 to 3 Apr 2017

Computational design or parametric design approach enables the architects, engineers and industry professionals to explore wider range of design options and iterate complex solution seamlessly. The design approach also makes the creation of complex geometry possible and accurate.The half day BIM Symposium on Advanced Computational Design will focus on the sharing of the development, strategies and case study from the local and international professionals, so as to create awareness and encourage the adoption of it to improve the productivity.

Building and Construction Authority

4 Apr 2017 to 13 Apr 2017

All structures are to be supported on sound foundation for their safety and subsequent performance. A good understanding of the pile foundation design principles and construction practices is essential for every practitioner, designer, builder and supervisor involved so that structures will be built and maintained safely throughout the lifetime of the structure. This course aims to provide participants with an insight into the engineering principles of pile foundation design as well as good construction practices adopted locally with special emphasis on cast-in place reinforced concrete bored piles in compression.