Event code: 78029
BCA has been campaigning actively to promote productivity within the construction industry. We have various incentive schemes for all contractors to enhance its productivity through various mechanisms and embrace the latest technology in construction methods. This half day course on Basic Concept in Construction Productivity Enhancement (BCCPE) is meant to drive productivity awareness to mostly small companies registered under BCA’s Contractors Registration System (CRS) in selected categories and specific grades.
• Explain the definition and concepts in measurement of site productivity,
• Learn the strategies to improve construction productivity during planning, design and
• Illustrate how site layout, site deployment planning and site coordination can help to enhance construction productivity.
• Understand the importance of good site management practices and quality control.
• Comprehend the financial incentives scheme administered under the Construction Productivity and Capability Fund (CPCF),
• Share examples of successful cases on productivity improvement.
1. Definition and Measurement of Productivity
2. Improvement in Construction Productivity during Planning, Design and Construction stage
a. Buildable design upstream that result in efficient labour usage
b. Constructability Planning for more labour-saving construction methods and technologies
downstream that reduces the industry’s reliance on foreign workers
c. Areas for possible productivity improvement for trades such as civil &structural trades, finishing trades, MEP trades, etc
3. Use of Construction Productivity and Capability Fund (CPCF) to enhance Productivity
4. Site layout, deployment planning and site coordination
a. Planning of site layout such as material and equipment storage
b. Emphasize the importance of site coordination as keys to project success
c. Use of project planning tools to allocate resources and manage manpower (with Case Study)
d. Pre-planned for inspection to avoid time wastage on last minute scheduling of inspections with clients, QP and authorities.
5. Good Management practices & Quality Control
a. Manpower and resource management, with examples on use of technologies
b. Provide adequate facilities such as toilets, washing points, tools resources collection points
c. Key quality issues and the recommended practices to be adopted.
This public run is specifically targeted for new CRS contractors wanting to register under the workhead CW, CR, ME, MW02, MW03, TR, SY04 and SY08 with grades B2 to C3, L5 to L1 and Single Grades who are required to send one of their Technical Personnel (TP) in order to be registered under CRS. Besides TPs, Directors of companies, without the necessary qualification but registered with ACRA, can attend this course to fulfil the BCCPE requirements for CRS registration. For an existing contractor, if their existing TP resigns, they are required within 3 months to re-employ a full-time relevant TP and attend the BCCPE course. This public run will also be opened to anyone who are interested in gaining the basic knowledge to improve site productivity as well as understanding the various BCA incentive schemes to enhance productivity.
Statement of Attendance (SOA) will be awarded to participants who meet the attendance requirement.
Date: 9 Jan 2019
Duration: 0.5 day
Time: 2.00pm to 5.30pm (PM Session)
Venue: BCA Academy
Fee (incl of GST): S$85.00
Refreshments will be provided.
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1) The company and individual applicant has read and understood the terms and conditions. 2) The company and individual applicant warrant that the particulars given are accurate. 3) The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) can disclose to other government agencies any information relating to this application. 4) Payment for the course must be made to BCA before the course commencement date. 5) Any Direct Debit and Direct Credit Authorisation for GIRO applications previously signed and passed to BCA will apply to payments made under this course. 6) BCA reserves the right to accept or reject the application for whatever reason. 7) BCA shall at its discretion allocate a space to the registered applicant, based on availability. 8) BCA reserves the right to amend any details relating to the course, revise the course fees without prior notice, cancel or postpone the course. 9) No deferment is allowed. 10) Request for withdrawal must be made in writing. Requests are subject to approval by BCA and administration fee: Written request for withdrawal that reaches BCA - At least 2 weeks before the course commencement date: 10% of course fee is payable. - Less than 2 weeks but more than 3 working days before the course commencement date: 25% of course fee is payable. - 3 working days or less before the course commencement date: full course fee is payable. 11) No Replacement is allowed for funded participants. 12) The Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points indicated for any course offered by BCA is subject to change and final approval by the relevant professional accreditation bodies. 13) Funding and subsidies offered by BCA or third party organisations for the courses are subject to approval. The company must make the application for funding and subsidies. BCA is not to be held liable and the company agrees to pay BCA the applicable funding amount if funding and subsidies are either granted at a reduced amount, not granted at all or if funding is revoked, for whatever reason. 14) All information, materials, services, intellectual property and other property and rights provided by BCA during the course are provided on an “as is” basis. BCA makes no warranties of any kind, either express or implied, as to any matter, and all such warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are expressly disclaimed. 15) The materials supplied to the company and individual applicant for the course (“Materials”) are for their personal reference only and the company and individual applicant is not supposed to otherwise use the Materials. The company and individual applicant shall defend and indemnify BCA and its officers, employees and agents from and against any and all liability, damage, loss or expense (including reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses) imposed upon BCA in connection with any claim arising out of the company and individual applicant’s use of the Materials. 15) Re-assessment fee is applicable for those who are required to re-take the assessment. 16) I consent to BCA, BCA Academy, and BCA’s employees contacting me via my contacts (including email addresses and mobile numbers) to market future courses, seminars, conduct surveys, circulate publications (i.e. magazines, periodicals etc). If you wish to withdraw your consent to any use or disclosure of your personal data as set out above, you may contact us. PLEASE NOTE: All correspondence and notices addressed to BCA are to be sent to BCA Academy. Photographs of attendees will be taken at the event for our publicity materials, newsletters and other publications.