Diploma (Conversion) in Web and Programming

Introduction

The Infocomm Media 2025 Master Plan has highlighted that software development is one of the key job areas that requires manpower. According to the master plan, our infocomm manpower pool must widen to include graduates from Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and other fields and through programmes that convert them to tech specialists to take on jobs in the emerging tech fields. With the growing pervasiveness of infocomm technology, the workforce will increasingly need to go beyond the basic usage of computers and mobile devices to use infocomm technologies to solve day to day business problems and improve efficiency and productivity. With the increased demand for infocomm technology, many roles in the 21st century will require coding and computational thinking skills to develop software and applications for both the infocomm sector as well as for non-infocomm sectors.

Course Objectives

The course aims to provide focused training to equip participants in the fundamentals of web development. There are 3 objectives to be achieved:

From the design perspective, participants will receive training on optimizing website design and creation.

From the technical perspective, participants will receive training in

  • client side programming and
  • fundamentals of programming.

Suitable for

This course is suitable for adults in non-IT industry who wish to pick up skills and knowledge in web and programming.


Minimum Entry Requirements

Applicants should have a polytechnic diploma or university degree to apply for the Diploma (Conversion) in Web and Programming.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Applicants who do not meet the entry requirements may be considered for admission to the course based on evidence of at least 5 years of relevant working experience or supporting evidence of competency readiness.  Suitable applicants who are shortlisted will have to go through an interview and/or entrance test. The Polytechnic reserves the right to shortlist and admit applicants.


Course Outline

This course consists of two post diploma certificates (PDC). The first PDC will consist of 3 modules and the second PDC will consist of 2 modules. The details are as follow:

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Semester One
PDC 1: Certificate in Web Development Fundamentals

Module 1: Fundamentals of Web Development Technology
Module 2: Fundamentals of Programming 1
Module 3: Visual Interface Design


Semester Two
PDC 2: Certificate in Web Programming

Module 1: Fundamentals of Programming 2
Module 2: Web Programming
 


Award / Certification / Accreditation

Upon completion of two Certificates within a two-year validity period, the participant will be conferred a Diploma (Conversion) qualification from Singapore Polytechnic.


Course Fees

Diploma (Conversion) in Web and Programming
Post Diploma Certificates (PDC) Singapore Citizens Below the age of 40 Singapore Citizens
Aged 40 and above
Singapore PR Enhanced Training Support for SME scheme Workfare Training Support scheme Others / Repeat Students
Certificate in Web Development Fundamentals $354.39 $236.26 $945.03 $243.99 $133.59 $2,362.56
Certificate in Web Programming $354.39 $236.26 $945.03 $243.99 $133.59 $2,362.56
Total Course Fees: $708.78 $472.52 $1,890.06 $487.98 $267.18 $4,725.12

Other Fees Payable:

Fee Description Per semester (after GST)
Singapore Citizens Singapore PR and others
Examination Fee - $16.05
Miscellaneous Fee $7.49   $7.49
Statutory Licence Fee (CLASS) $0.94   $0.94
Insurance Fee (GPA) $0.85   $0.85
Total $9.28 $25.33

- The fees shown (inclusive of 7% GST) are indicative as they are based on prevailing funding policies and subject to review.

- Post Diploma Module Certificate fee is payable on a semester basis.

- Post Diploma course participants who submit the withdrawal notification 2 weeks before course commencement, an administrative fee of $50 (before GST) would be levied.


 

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COURSE DETAILS

Date of Course Commencement:
16 Oct 2017

Registration Period:
1 Jun - 31 Jul 2017

* Registration may be closed once seats are filled up

 

Class schedule:
Up to 2 evenings a week
Mon, Tue or Thu
7.00pm to 10:00pm


Duration: 
240 hours (1 year)

PDC to start with:
PDC1

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ELIGIBLE FOR SKILLSFUTURE CREDITS

 

Enquiries

Email:

[email protected]

For course specific details, please contact the course manager:

Name: Mr Low Jin Kiat

Email: [email protected]