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THE SINGAPORE CERTIFIED ENERGRY

MANAGER PROGRAMME (SCEM)

About the SCEM programme

The programme envisions a SCEM (Singapore Certified Energy M anager) as a competent


energy professional equipped to perform technical & managerial functions as a qualified
person in energy auditing works (at level III), energy performance contracting and project
management, energy efficiency analysis, energy economics and financial assessment. He
or she is also expected to carry out data analysis, identify saving potentials and make sound
recommendations and proposals.

The programme is recognized and endorsed by the US-Association of Energy Managers


(AEE). Candidates who successfully obtained the Professional SCEM certification are pre-
qualified to sit for the CEM certification exam without attending AEE’s CEM preparatory
course.

Eligibility for SCEM Certification

Candidates must possess degree with at least 2 years of relevant experience, and
successfully complete the SCEM course within 1 year, which comprises of 4 compulsory
modules and any 2 from the elective list. For more information regarding the NEA’s training
grant and certification scheme, please log-on to
http://www.e2singapore.gov.sg/scem.html

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THE SINGAPORE CERTIFIED ENERGY MANAGER (SCEM) PROGRAMME - 2011

The whole SCEM programme takes 18 days in total to complete and on an average,
candidate would need to complete at least 1 module per month. Candidate needs to take
4 core modules and 2 elective modules to complete the SCEM programme.

REGISTRATION FOR FULL SCEM PROGRAMME ONLY (Individual module application not available)

Registration and confirmation of training places is based on first-come-first-serve basis.


Interested and qualified applicants please submit the registration form, NEA’s training grant
application form and photocopy of relevant degree to BCA Academy.

REGISTRATION OPEN

Placement will be subject to meeting entry requirements (for SCEM certification) and on first-
come-first-serve basis. Applicants who are eligible shall be offered placement in the next
available intake. Our enrolment officer will inform eligible applicants once their schedule
dates are confirmed.

DEFERMENT OF MODULE

An administration fee of 10% of the original module fee is chargeable if notice in writing is
received by BCA Academy at least 2 weeks before the module commencement date. An
administration fee of 25% of the module fee is chargeable if the notice is received by BCA
Academy less than 2 weeks but more than 3 working days before the module
commencement date.

No deferment is allowed if the notice is received by BCA Academy 3 working days or less
before the module commencement date. Under this circumstance, the case will be treated
as a withdrawal unless the registered participant decides to proceed with the original
course.

BCA Academy reserves the right to amend the course details, revise the course fee without
prior notice, to cancel, postpone or change the venue of the course in the event of any
unforeseen circumstances.

ENQUIRIES:

For enquiries, please call 62489999 or email to bca_academy@bca.gov.sg


For details and contents of each module, please visit our website @ www.bcaa.edu.sg.

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The Singapore Certified ENERGY
MANAGER (SCEM) PROGRAMME
Accredited By
Core Module
PEB : Pending for approval
Air-Conditioning and
Mechanical Ventilation
Course Objectives
At the end of this module, participants
should be able to:
System (ACMV)
9 Understand the functions and Module Dates: 2nd half of 2011, to be confirmed
components of the ACMV systems Time: 8.30am to 6pm (3 x 8 hrs = 24 hrs)
9 Understand and recognize ACMV Venue: BCA Academy,200 Braddell Road
systems energy performance Exam will be conducted on separate days, dates will be
characteristics and be able to analyze advised at later stage.
the potential energy saving in ACMV
systems COURSE FEES
9 Be able to operate and maintain Full SCEM suite fees : $ $5,885.00 (incl. GST)
energy-efficient chilled water and air Fees payable after NEA grant : $963.00 (incl. GST)
distribution systems, resulting in optimum
ACMV system performance
(Fee includes course materials, lunches and refreshments.)
[Module Fee: $963.00 (incl GST)]
For Whom
This training module is aimed at Facility /
Building Managers, Engineers, Energy Course Outline
Serv ices Consultants who are involved or
wish to widen their career opportunities in • Heat flow and heat flow calculations for ACMV system
the field of building energy services work • ACMV system, design, installation and operation & maintenance
and management. • Air distribution systems: coils, dampers, filters and air cleaners,
Methodology ductwork, valv es, fans etc
Lectures, small-group discussions and • Comparison of different ACMV systems’ types and new
analysis of case studies to reinforce technologies
concepts. • Vapour-compression cycle and the components necessary for
operation
Course Assessment and Award
A Certificate of Successful Completion will • Determining the air-conditioning loads
be issued to participants who achieve a • Refrigerant management, rules and regulations
minimum of 80% class attendance and • Considerations for energy- and resource-efficient ACMV design
passed the course examination. • Concepts of indoor air quality and its relationship with ACMV
system
Course Registration
• Methods of optimizing and reducing energy consumption in
Participants must register for the full
SCEM suite. ACMV systems Commissioning of ACMV System
• Instrumentation for monitoring central chilled-water plant
efficiency
Training Grant • ACMV control system design
Participants pursuing the full SCEM
programme may apply for course fee Course Trainer
subsidy under NEA’s training grant. To be
eligible for the training grant, participants Mr Joseph Loh, Business and Operator Director ,
must have a relevant degree in engineering G-Energy Global Pte Ltd
or science with at least 1 year of relevant
Joseph obtained his B. Eng. in Mechanical Engineering from
engineering experience, and is a
Singaporean or Permanent resident. Please Univ ersity of Glasgow in 1995. He has been working in the HVAC
refer to SCEM Form 1A for more details and and Energy Conservation related industries for more than 10 years
the application form and possesses in-depth knowledge about air-conditioning relates
to Energy Conservation opportunities. As an accredited KQP and
Absentee Payroll Subsidy for Employers Director of G-Energy Global, he leads a team in executing energy
This course is approv ed by WDA for solutions demand generation programs that complement the
Absentee Payroll Funding, for more
current green building portfolio with focus on Energy
information, please v isit their website:
www.srp.org.sg management and Green Mark Advisory Serv ices.

The education and research arm of the Building and Construction Authority
200 Braddell Road Singapore 579700 Tel: (65) 6248 9999 Fax: (65) 6258 0558 www.bcaa.edu.sg
The Singapore Certified ENERGY
MANAGER (SCEM) PROGRAMME
Accredited By
PEB : Pending for approval Core Module
Energy Management
Course Objectives and Economics
At the end of this course, participants should
be able to:

9 Understand how to set up a successful Module Dates: 2nd half of 2011, to be confirmed
energy management program Time: 8.30am to 6pm (3 x 8 hrs = 24 hrs)
Understand the Singapore Energy
9
Venue: BCA Academy,200 Braddell Road
Market and its pertinent market Exam will be conducted on separate days, dates will be
components and rules advised at later stage.
9 Understand the energy economic
fundamentals and life cycle cost COURSE FEES
concept and Full SCEM suite fees : $ $5,885.00 (incl. GST)
9 Be capable to carry out financial
Fees payable after NEA grant : $963.00 (incl. GST)
analysis and cost prediction for energy
sav ing assessment (Fee includes course materials, lunches and refreshments.)
[Module Fee: $963.00 (incl GST)]
For Whom
This training module is aimed at Facility /
Building Managers, Engineers, Energy Course Outline
Serv ices Consultants who are involved or 9 Introduction to Energy Management System
wish to widen their career opportunities in
the field of building energy services work • Energy management concepts
and management. • Tool for appraising Energy Management Performance of
Organization
Methodology • Methodology for setting up an Energy Management System
Lectures, small-group discussions and
• Energy monitoring, targeting and reporting
analysis of case studies to reinforce
concepts. • Integration of Energy Management System into Business Practice
• Case studies of Energy Management Program
Course Assessment and Award
9 Energy Market Overview
A Certificate of Successful Completion will
be issued to participants who achieve a • General energy costs for different energy sources
minimum of 80% class attendance and • Pertinent energy market rules
passed the course examination. • Discussion on components of utility rates
• Rev iew of vesting contracts with energy retailers
Course Registration
Participants must register for the full 9 Economic Analysis in Energy Efficiency Investments
SCEM suite. • Life cycle cost concept in economic analysis
• Time v alue of money concept
Training Grant • Cost effectiveness analysis
Participants pursuing the full SCEM • Economic models of optimal energy use
programme may apply for course fee • Energy policies (e.g. tax refunding and so on)
subsidy under NEA’s training grant. To be
eligible for the training grant, participants • Rev iewing roles of energy performance contracting and case
must have a relevant degree in engineering studies
or science with at least 1 year of relevant • Case studies
engineering experience, and is a
Singaporean or Permanent resident. Please
refer to SCEM Form 1A for more details and
Course Trainer
the application form Mr. Choong Chow Neng, Deputy General Manager, G-Energy Global.
Chow Neng obtained his B. Eng. in Mechanical Engineering from
Univ ersity of Arizona State Univ ersity and has been in the HVAC and
Absentee Payroll Subsidy for Employers related industries for more than 10 years. He has been inv olved in
This course is approv ed by WDA for numerous Energy Sav ing Projects, which helped the building owners save
Absentee Payroll Funding, for more
significant costs. Chow Neng is an accredited Key Qualified Personnel by
information, please v isit their website:
www.srp.org.sg the Energy Sustainability Unit of NUS.

The education and research arm of the Building and Construction Authority
200 Braddell Road Singapore 579700 Tel: (65) 6248 9999 Fax: (65) 6258 0558 www.bcaa.edu.sg
The Singapore Certified ENERGY
MANAGER (SCEM) PROGRAMME
Core Module

Energy Measurement
Accredited By & Appraisal
PEB : Pending for approval
Module Dates: 2nd half of 2011, to be confirmed
Time: 8.30am to 6pm (3 x 8 hrs = 24 hrs)
Venue: BCA Academy,200 Braddell Road
Exam will be conducted on separate days, dates will be
Course Objectives advised at later stage.
At the end of this course, participants will
be able to lead detailed energy audit, COURSE FEES
perform energy performance diagnosis Full SCEM suite fees : $ $5,885.00 (incl. GST)
and analysis, prepare and provide sound Fees payable after NEA grant : $963.00 (incl. GST)
recommendation and report.
(Fee includes course materials, lunches and refreshments.)
[Module Fee: $1,070.00 (incl GST)]
For Whom
This training module is aimed at Facility /
Building Managers, Engineers, Energy Course Outline
Serv ices Consultants who are inv olved or 9 Introduction and definition of different Energy Audit Level
wish to widen their career opportunities
in the field of building energy serv ices • Differences between these three (3) levels
work and management. 9 Scope of Works of the Three (3) Audit Levels
• Level I Audit–Preliminary / Lev el II Audit–Standard / Lev el III Audit–Detailed
Methodology • Energy audit work at level III- Case Studies
Lectures, small-group discussions and
9 Energy Measurement and Verification (M&V)
analysis of case studies to reinforce
concepts. • Introduction of International Performance Measurement and Verification
Protocol (IPMVP), ASHRAE 14P and other relevant internationally
Course Assessment and Award recognized protocols
A Certificate of Successful Completion • M&V methods, processes and planning
will be issued to participants who
• Common pitfalls
achieve a minimum of 80% class
attendance and passed the course • Case studies on process of designing a proper M&V program for
examination. projects, including cost/accuracy tradeoffs, baseline adjustments and
the role of v erifiers.
Course Registration
9 Instrumentation and Measurement Accuracy
Participants must register for the full
SCEM suite • Need for measurement
• Instruments and sensors for building and industrial systems
Training Grant • Thermography / Data acquisition system / Calibration
Participants pursuing the full SCEM • Impact of measurement accuracy on audit results, practical considerations
programme may apply for course fee and case studies
subsidy under NEA’s training grant. To be 9 Audit Reporting
eligible for the training grant, participants
• Financial analysis for predicted sav ings
must have a relevant degree in
engineering or science with at least 1 • Scope and contents of audit report, with case studies
year of relevant engineering experience, 9 Workplace Occupational Safety and Health
and is a Singaporean or Permanent • Local regulations and codes of practice
resident. Please refer to SCEM Form 1A • Workplace safety management system
for more details and the application
form Course Trainer
Absentee P ayroll Subsidy f or Mr Joseph Loh, Director Business & Operation, G-Energy Global Pte Ltd
Employers Joseph obtained his B. Eng. in Mechanical Engineering from University of Glasgow
This course is approv ed by WDA for and has been working in the HVAC and Energy Conservation related industries for
Absentee Payroll Funding, for more more than 10 years. As an accredited KQP and Director of G-Energy Global, he
information, please v isit their website:
leads a team in executing energy and green building serv ices with focus on energy
www.srp.org.sg
management and green building energy efficiency.

The education and research arm of the Building and Construction Authority
200 Braddell Road Singapore 579700 Tel: (65) 6248 9999 Fax: (65) 6258 0558 www.bcaa.edu.sg
The Singapore Certified ENERGY
MANAGER (SCEM) PROGRAMME
Accredited By
PEB : Pending for approval Core Module

Course Objectives
At the end of this course, participants should
Motor Driven Systems
be able to:

9 Understand and recognize motor driven Module Dates: 2nd half of 2011, to be confirmed
systems energy performance
Time: 8.30am to 6pm (3 x 8 hrs = 24 hrs)
characteristics
9 Be able to analyze the potential energy
Venue: BCA Academy,200 Braddell Road
Exam will be conducted on separate days, dates will be
sav ings in motor driven systems/
advised at later stage.
processes
COURSE FEES
Full SCEM suite fees : $ $5,885.00 (incl. GST)
For Whom
This training module is aimed at Facility / Fees payable after NEA grant : $963.00 (incl. GST)
Building Managers, Engineers, Energy
Serv ices Consultants who are involved or (Fee includes course materials, lunches and refreshments.)
wish to widen their career opportunities in [Module Fee: $963.00 (incl GST)]
the field of building energy services work
and management.
Course Outline
9 Potential energy saving opportunities with energy efficient
Methodology
Lectures, small-group discussions and motors
analysis of case studies to reinforce - Introduction to different type of motors
concepts.
- Case studies of motor selection and sizing
9 Motors’ rewinding and replacement issues
Course Assessment and Award 9 Factors affecting the efficiency of motor driven systems
A Certificate of Successful Completion will
be issued to participants who achieve a 9 Calculation of motor driven systems’ efficiency / Definition
minimum of 80% class attendance and and minimization of the losses in the motor driven systems
passed the course examination. (including partial load)
9 Optimization of the motor driven systems
Course Registration 9 Case studies
Participants must register for the full
SCEM suite. Course Trainer
Er Chan Heng Lim, Vice-President (M&E), CPG Consultants Pte Ltd
Training Grant Er Chan receiv ed a B.Eng (Hons) degree in Electrical & Electronic
Participants pursuing the full SCEM Engineering, from the Univ ersity of Aberdeen, UK. He also holds a
programme may apply for course fee postgraduate certificate in Teaching in Higher Education. Er. Chan has
subsidy under NEA’s training grant. To be acquired considerable experience in Power Plant Operation, Electrical
eligible for the training grant, participants
System Planning and Factory Automation projects in this region. Currently,
must have a relevant degree in engineering
or science with at least 1 year of relevant he serves as a Vice-President (M&E) with CPG Consultants Pte Ltd. Er.
engineering experience, and is a Chan is a Qualified Person (QP) and responsible for designing and
Singaporean or Permanent resident. Please managing electrical building serv ices systems for infrastructural
refer to SCEM Form 1A for more details and developments, healthcare facilities, as well as commercial and
the application form residential buildings.

Er Chan is a registered Professional Engineer (Electrical) in Singapore,


Absentee Payroll Subsidy for Employers Chartered Engineer, International Professional Engineer (UK), Chartered
This course is approv ed by WDA for Professional Engineer (Australia), APEC Engineer and European Engineer
Absentee Payroll Funding, for more (EurIng). He is a Licensed Electrical Engineer registered with EMA,
information, please v isit their website: Singapore
www.srp.org.sg

The education and research arm of the Building and Construction Authority
200 Braddell Road Singapore 579700 Tel: (65) 6248 9999 Fax: (65) 6258 0558 www.bcaa.edu.sg
The Singapore Certified ENERGY
MANAGER (SCEM) PROGRAMME
Elective Module
Accredited By
PEB : Pending for approval
Lighting Systems &
Building Envelope
Course Objectives Module Dates: 2nd half of 2011, to be confirmed
At the end of this course, participants Time: 8.30am to 6pm (3 x 8 hrs = 24 hrs)
should be able to understand the Venue: BCA Academy,200 Braddell Road
performance characteristics of different Exam will be conduct ed on separate days, dates will be
types of lamps and making decision on advised at later stage.
choice of lamps. Analyze new and
existing lighting systems and make COURSE FEES
improv ement to energy use. Know the Full SCEM suite fees : $ $5,885.00 (incl. GST)
impact of building façade systems on Fees payable after NEA grant : $963.00 (incl. GST)
the indoor environment conditions and
building energy, and discuss strategies to (Fee includes course mat erials, lunches and refreshments.)
reduce the building ETTV v alue. [Module Fee: $963.00 (incl. GST)]

For Whom
This training module is aimed at Facility / Course Outline
Building Managers, Engineers, Energy Lighting System
Serv ices Consultants who are involved or • Factors affecting lighting system performance
wish to widen their career opportunities  Luminous flux (lumen); Luminous intensity (candela); Illuminance (Lux); Lux (lx)
in the field of building energy serv ices and the concept of perfect diffusing surface
work and management.  Comparison of the different types of lamps and fixtures

 Definition and significant of luminous efficacy


Methodology
Lectures, small-group discussions and • Designing energy efficient lighting system
analysis of case studies to reinforce  Luminance and power density requirements for different room types and

concepts. usage in accordance to SS531 and SS530 standards respectiv ely


 Selection and design of lighting system for specific building types

Course Assessment and Award  Introduction and significance of daylighting in the design of new lighting

A Certificate of Successful Completion system


will be issued to participants who  Examples and case studies on different lighting system design

achiev e a minimum of 80% class


• Upgrading & improving of existing lighting system
attendance and passed the course
 Analysis of the considerable factors which will reduce the lighting energy
examination.
consumption
 Introduction and selection of high efficiency lamps
Course Registration  Improv ement of energy performance by introducing lighting controls
Participants must register for the full  Operation and maintenance of the lighting system
SCEM suite.  Case studies of lighting system efficiency improv ement

Building Envelope
Training Grant • Definition and components of building envelope
Participants pursuing the full SCEM • Components affecting the performance of building envelope
programme may apply for course fee • Understanding Building Envelope Thermal Transfer Value (ETTV) and Roof
subsidy under NEA’s training grant. To be Thermal Transfer Value (RTTV) [2]
eligible for the training grant, participants  Definition and calculation of ETTV
must hav e a relevant degree in  Use and significance of ETTV on efficient building design including case
engineering or science with at least 1 studies
year of relevant engineering experience,  Walls, roofs, and fenestration energy sav ing measures
and is a Singaporean or Permanent  Env elope analysis for new and existing buildings
resident. Please refer to SCEM Form 1A
for more details and the application
Course Trainers
form
 Mr Kelvin Kan, Associate, Arup Façade Engineering, Arup Singapore Pte Ltd.
Absentee Payroll Subsidy for  Mr Wu Xuchao, Senior Sustainable Design Consultant , Arup Singapore Pte Ltd
Employers
This course is approv ed by WDA for  Mr K. Seshadri, CEO of Gritti Consulting
Absentee Payroll Funding, for more Chairman of Singapore Standards for Lamps and related equipment,
information, please v isit their website: SS531-1 lighting for Work (Indoor) and CP19 for Emergency lighting in
www.srp.org.sg buildings.

The education and research arm of the Building and Construction Authority
200 Braddell Road Singapore 579700 Tel: (65) 6248 9999 Fax: (65) 6258 0558 www.bcaa.edu.sg
The Singapore Certified ENERGY
MANAGER (SCEM) PROGRAMME

Elective Module
Accredited By
PEB : Pending for approval Integrative Design for
Energy Efficiency
Course Objectives
At the end of the course, participants will be
able to understand the practicality of the
total building performance concept and Module Dates: 2nd half of 2011, to be confirmed
mandates. Analyze the integrated building Time: 8.30am to 6pm (3 x 8 hrs = 24 hrs)
performance using computer simulations. Venue: BCA Academy,200 Braddell Road
Know the integrated design approach and Exam will be conducted on separate days, dates will be
manage the integrated team process. advised at later stage.

COURSE FEES
For Whom
Full SCEM suite fees : $ $5,885.00 (incl. GST)
This training module is aimed at Facility /
Building Managers, Engineers, Energy Fees payable after NEA grant : $963.00 (incl. GST)
Serv ices Consultants who are involved or
wish to widen their career opportunities in (Fee includes course materials, lunches and refreshments.)
the field of building energy services work [Module Fee: $963.00 (incl GST)]
and management.
Course Outline
Methodology
Lectures, small-group discussions and 9 Total building performance mandates:
analysis of case studies to reinforce thermal, v isual, acoustic, indoor air quality, spatial and building
concepts. integrity.
9 The four sub-systems that affect building performance:
Course Assessment and Award the building-envelope, mechanical, interior and structural
A Certificate of Successful Completion will systems
be issued to participants who achieve a 9 Integration to meet the building performance criteria, with case
minimum of 80% class attendance and studies
passed the course examination. 9 Introduction on the use of total building performance simulation
tools
Course Registration 9 Discussions on the new design mentality:
Participants must register for the full expanding returns, “tunneling through the cost barrier”
SCEM suite. 9 The integrated design process
- Components of whole building design - The integrated
design approach and integrated team process
Training Grant - Planning and Conducting Integrated Design Charrettes
Participants pursuing the full SCEM - Case studies
programme may apply for course fee
subsidy under NEA’s training grant. To be
eligible for the training grant, participants Course Trainer
must have a relevant degree in engineering Dr Uma Maheswaran Cheyyar Ramanathan
or science with at least 1 year of relevant
engineering experience, and is a Dr Uma Maheswaran holds a Doctorate in Building Science and is
Singaporean or Permanent resident. Please currently the Director of ZEB-Technology Pte Ltd, Singapore. He
refer to SCEM Form 1A for more details and specialises in the use of "Building Performance Simulation Tools" and
the application form is a green building consultant to a number of projects in Singapore
and the region. His research focus areas include tropical facades,
Absentee Payroll Subsidy for Employers green and high performance building design. Currently, he is
This course is approv ed by WDA for working on collaborative research projects with MOE and BCA. He
Absentee Payroll Funding, for more is a research collaborator for the Zero Energy Building design. He is
information, please v isit their website: a green building consultant for many projects in Singapore
www.srp.org.sg
including Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, New Port Hospital and KL Sentral
in Malaysia.

The education and research arm of the Building and Construction Authority
200 Braddell Road Singapore 579700 Tel: (65) 6248 9999 Fax: (65) 6258 0558 www.bcaa.edu.sg
About the SCEM programme
The programme env isions a SCEM (Singapore Certified Energy Manager) as a competent energy professional equipped to
perform technical & managerial functions as a qualified person in energy auditing works (at level III), energy performance
contracting and project management, energy efficiency analysis, energy economics and financial assessment. He or she
is also expected to carry out data analysis, identify saving potentials and make sound recommendations and proposals.
This programme is recognised by the Association of Energy Engineers (US-AEE) as equivalent to their Certified Energy
Manager (CEM) certification programme. Applicants who process the SCEM certification at professional lev el are eligible
to apply for AEE-CEM® through IES.

Eligibility for SCEM Certification


Candidates must possess degree with at least 2 years of relev ant experience, and successfully complete the SCEM
course within 1 year, which comprises of 4 compulsory modules and any 2 from the elective list. For more information
regarding the NEA’s training grant and certification scheme, please log-on to www.e2singapore.gov.sg/scem.html

SCEM Core Modules


• Air Conditioning & Mechanical Ventilation Systems (ACMV)
• Energy Measurement & Appraisal
• Motor Driven Systems
• Energy Management & Economics

SCEM Building Electives (Select any 2*)


• Integrative Design for Energy Efficiency
• Lighting Systems & Building Envelope
*Holders of Certificate Course for Green Mark Managers (GMM) will be exempted from taking one SCEM elective module

Event Code: SCEM


REGISTRATION FORM – FULL SCEM PROGRAMME

Course Dates: To be confirmed Time : 8.30am to 6pm Venue : BCA Academy

Full SCEM suite fees : $5,885.00 (incl. GST)


Fees payable after NEA grant for full SCEM suite : $963.00 (incl. GST)

PEB
Participant’s Name NRIC/Passport No Designation HP no. Email

(Please √ accordi ngly)


Yes, I would like to receive course / seminar updates via email __________________________________________________________

Company Name: Company UEN no.


Mailing Address:

CONTACT PERSON PARTICULARS


Name: DR/Mr/Mrs/Ms: Email:
Designation: Hp no:
Telephone No: Fax no:

PAYMENT
Enclosed is a cheque no.________________ (Cheque should be crossed, marked “account payee only” and payable to ‘BCA Academy’) for S$____________
OR Deduct from GIRO acc. No ________________________________________________________________
(should be the same bank account number as indicated in the Direct Debit Authorisation form submitted to BCA)

Company Stamp
Name/Signature ( *Company / individual applicant) (For company application)
* Delete wherever necessary
Note: Administration fee is chargeable for deferment of module.

ENQUIRIES: REGISTRATION:
Please call 6248-9999 Seats are limited, registration is on a first-come-first-served basis. Training places will be confirmed upon
or email to: bca_academy@bca.gov.sg the payment of the seminar fees before the commencement date.
Please fax application form to facsimile: 6258-0558
For other seminars/courses details, please visit our Cheques with original application should be mailed to:-
website @ www.bcaa.edu.sg
BCA Academy, 200 Braddell Road, Singapore 579700
Format for Company’s Letter of Support

[Letterhead of Company]

[Date]

SCEM Training Grant Administrator

Dear Sir,

Singapore Certified Energy Manager (SCEM) Training Grant Application

This is to certify that [employee’s name] of NRIC No. [ ] is currently employed


by [company’s name] as [employee’s designation] since [date ].

[Employee’s name] is involved in [Provide description of job scope]. [And explain


the energy management role of the candidate in the organization]

The Company supports him/her in the enrollment of the full SCEM Training
Programme at the professional level and application for the SCEM Training Grant
provided by NEA.

Should you have any queries on the above, please do not hesitate to contact [
] at telephone no. [ ]/email [ ].

Yours faithfully

_________________________
[Name & Designation]
for and on behalf of
[company’s name]

Enc. CV*

* Attached CV of employee (state education qualifications and related work


experiences). Limit to 2 pages.
FORM SCEM 1A

APPLICATION FOR SCEM TRAINING GRANT


The SCEM Training Grant is a co-funding scheme administered by NEA to dev elop local expertise and capability
in professional energy management.
Eligibility for SCEM Training Grant
Candidates who sign up for the full SCEM Programme at Professional Lev el are eligible for the Training Grant.
In addition, Candidate must:
• be a Singaporean or Permanent Resident
• hav e a relev ant degree in engineering or science; and
• hav e at least 1 year of relev ant engineering experience
(Applicant must furnish a company's letter of support, from current employer. Please refer to sample attached or
download from BCAA website @ www.bcaa.edu.sg.)
Conditions
• Qualifying candidate need only pay a one-time fee of S$963.00 (with GST) upfront for the full 144-hour professional
lev el SCEM Programme, which consists of 4 core and 2 electiv e modules.
The NEA would subsidize the rest of the fees.
• Candidate must achiev e at least 80% class attendance and attended the course examination.
Instructions to Candidates
• Candidate will need to complete Section ONE, TWO & THREE below.
• Completed form must be sent to Enrollment Officer (SCEM programme), BCA Academy, 200 Braddell Road,
Singapore 579700 at least two week before the course commencement date.
• Successful candidates will need to issue a cheaue, should be crossed and marked “account payee only”,
payable to ‘BCA Academy.’
• A photocopy of candidate’s NRIC, CV & academic degree and/or other qualifications achiev ed should
be attached to this application.

SECTION ONE – INFORMATION ON CURRENT EMPLOYMENT


Registered company name with Unique Entity Number (UEN)

Correspondence Address

Tel

Fax
Candidate’s Designation Years with company
Name of Contact Person
Brief description of candidate’s duties

Designation

Tel

SECTION TWO – PARTICULARS OF PROGRAMME CANDIDATE


Name in BLOCK LETTERS as in NRIC, please underline your Surname/Family name

NRIC No: Citizenship Date of Birth Age

Gender Male Female Qualifications attained

Email: Mobile:
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SECTION THREE – DECLARATION

The declaration is compulsory. The programme candidate must sign the application form to constitute
valid application.

a) I hereby declare that all information and particulars prov ided in this form are true, complete and
accurate; and that I hav e not withheld or distorted any information or particulars. I understand that
the application will be disqualified if any information giv en is found to be untrue and any fees paid
will be forfeited.
b) I declare that I meet the eligibility requirement and shall abide the requirements stipulated under the
“Eligibility for training grant and Conditions tied to training grant" in this form.
c) I accept that the application for subsidy is subjected to NEA’s approv al.
d) I agree that NEA reserv es the right to rev oke the subsidy if I fail to meet any of the funding criteria
before, during or after the completion of the programme. In such ev ent, BCA re serves t he ri ghts t o
reclaim the subsidised sum from the candidate.

I hereby agree and accept all the abov e terms and conditions in relation to the application for the
training grant.

SIGNATURE OF CANDIDATE_____________________________________________

NAME OF CANDIDATE_________________________________________________

DATE: __________________________________________________

SECTION FOUR – (TO BE COMPLETED BY BCA ACADEMY)

Note:
(i) Faxed application are not acceptable.
(ii) Application form must be signed by the candidate.

Enrolment entry reference number: ________________________________________

Enrolment Officer’s Name: ______________________________ Signature: ____________________ Date: _____________

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