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The digital economy has forever changed the way we build. With the need for an increased measure of safety to be in place. Building projects are only set to become more complex in achieving profitability and timeliness. Building Information Modelling (BIM) has become an important tool to help building professionals meet the project milestones.

Through this course, one can expect to:
• Develop core BIM competences to support integrated design and delivery approaches
• Practice BIM software and collaborative techniques
• Be equipped with the skills necessary to coordinate roles and responsibilities for the financial, environmental and social performance
• Kept abreast with the digital transformation practices impacting building projects today


Four (4) intakes a year – January, April, July, October


Full-Time: 10-months Continuous study without term holidays

  • Regular Class: 3-hour classroom lesson daily.
  • Weekday Lessons – Monday-Friday, 10am-1pm or 2pm-5pm or 7pm-10pm
  • Saturday Lessons– 2:30pm-5:30pm or 6pm to 9pm

Part-Time: 12-months Continuous study without term holidays

  • Regular Class: 3-hour classroom lesson – 2 times per week.
  • Weekdays lessons start: 7:00pm to 10:00pm
  • Saturdays lessons start: 2:30pm to 5:30pm (or) 6.00pm to 9.00pm
  • Sunday lessons (if necessary)


Construction TechnologyProcurementAdvanced Construction Technology and ServicesR.C. Construction and Steel ConstructionSustainable Design and ConstructionConstruction Site ManagementREVIT and BIM TheoryBIM in Development DesignBIM in Construction ManagementBIM and New Technologies
  • Development Process
  • Site investigation, Construction Process & Excavation
  • Foundations
  • Basement & Waterproofing
  • Superstructure & Formwork
  • Floors, Roofs, Stairs
  • Cladding, Walls & Partition, Doors & Windows, Finishes
  • What is Procure and its definition?
  • An overview of the procurement process
  • Construction Project participants and their roles
  • Client’s requirement in the project
  • Traditional Procurement route
  • Design and Built procurement route
  • Design, Operate and Transfer route
  • Construction Management route
  • PPP procurement route
  • Multi-storey structural frames.
  • Buildings and Fire.
  • Service Integration.
  • Sustainable, Intelligent Buildings.
  • Refurbishment Technologies.
  • Building Services.
  • Health and Safety.

Building structural design:

  • Structural requirements
  • Structure types
  • Structural materials
  • Selection of the generic type of structure                                                                                                                                   

Steel structures: 

  • Introduction
  • Factors which affect the decision to select steel as a structural material
  • The properties and composition of steel
  • Structural steel products
  • Performance of Steel in fire
  • Structural forms
  • Methods of Steel Structure Construction

Reinforced concrete structures

  • Introduction
  • Factors affecting decision to select reinforced concrete as a structural material
  • A brief introduction to concrete technology
  • Structural forms for reinforced concrete
  • Methods of R.C Structure Construction
  • Sustainability: Definition, origins, nature and requirements of sustainability.
  • Sustainable building design: Basic principles of fuel consumption, plant efficiency, effects of occupancy periods, building thermal inertia,
  • U-values, energy auditing, tariff analysis, and energy monitoring and targeting.
  • Basics of building design dynamics and their impact upon the quality of the indoor environment: in terms of thermal comfort, the nature and level of noise in the workplace, and the quality of lighting on the working plane.
  • Low and zero carbon technologies for energy generation and renewables.
  • 4 R’s of waste management: reduce, repair, reuse and recycle.
  • Building regulations and Green Mark standards.
  • Structure of construction management organizations, per-sonnel, management systems for financial, quality, envi-ronmental and h&s risks.
  • Pre-tender & Pre-contract production planning, site visits, site layouts, traffic & waste management planning.
  • Programming activity durations and sequencing, prece-dence diagrams, resource planning.
  • Cash flow forecasting for construction projects.
  • Site establishment: layout, site procedures, organization, approvals, initial works.
  • Temp. works: scaffolding, formwork, false work, excavation support road works.
  • Plant management: Inc planned preventative maintenance, plant utilization, selection safety.
  • Plant: hoists, transport, cranes, excavators, material handling.
  • Safe systems of work. Work method statements, risk assessments and safety method statements
  • To apply the use of Revit software in the design and project management of buildings
  • To be able to apply the Revit features in the visualization and manipulation of BIM models
  • To understand the interoperability, concept and various dimensions of BIM
  • To be able to explain how BIM can improve construction productivity and be applied as a collaborative tool
  • To be able to articulate critical building codes and standards in the design of development
  • To be able to deploy BIM techniques to validate design with building codes / standards
  •  To be able to conduct simple building simulation and analysis using BIM
  •  To understand the issues and challenges in the digital delivery of design
  • To be able to use BIM in the planning, visualizing and executing of construction management
  • To demonstrate proficiency in the use of BIM as a communication and reporting tool in project management
  • To understand the issues and challenges in digital construction management
  • To explore the interoperability of Revit with other technologies and software
  • To appreciate the use of drones, Augmented Reality and other software applications
  • To be able to articulate the rationale for mindset change in digital construction

*Modules are subjected to change by the College

Assessments / Written Examinations

Coursework and Written Examinations 

Progression Requirements

  • A minimum of 90% attendance is required for international students and 75% attendance is required for local students 
  • Minimum mark of 50% is required to pass each module

Admission Criteria

  • Minimum Age :18
  • Academic Level : At least PASS in any TWO (2) GCE ‘A’ Level subjects, IB pass or equivalent qualifications OR
  • Minimum Polytechnic Diploma from local polytechnics (3-years) OR
  • Diploma or Advanced Diploma from PEIs equivalent to Trent Global College qualifications OR
  • Foundation programme or Diploma from BCA Academy OR
  • International Diploma or Advanced Diploma equivalent to UK RQF Level 3
  • Language Proficiency: C6 in GCE ‘O’ Level English or equivalent qualifications or a pass in the English placement test by the college
  • Mature executives who do not possess the above-mentioned qualifications but are at least 30 years of age with 8 years of relevant working experience may be considered on a case-by-case basis

Part Time

S$ 7,500 (Exclusive GST)

    • Application Fee: S$250(non-refundable)
    • Administrative Fee: S$150- S$400

*Fees are subjected to change without notice

Full Time

  • S$ 9,000 (Exclusive GST)
    • Application Fee: S$250(non-refundable)
    • Administrative Fee: S$150- S$400

*Fees are subjected to change without notice

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