All industrial and manufacturing processes operate under the control of a variety of automated and computer-based control systems. As process control technology evolves rapidly, and the digital age of Fieldbus instruments emerging, it is necessary for technologists who are involved in the field of process control and instrumentation to continuously upgrade their technical skills and knowledge.
The Advanced Diploma is intended to offer post diploma training in Process Control and Instrumentation area. The curriculum is flexible, designed for self-paced learning, and has e-learning components.
Students are expected to have access to computer and internet during your study at SP eg. e-learning, writing report, etc.
The primary objective of this Advanced Diploma course is to provide working adults with the necessary skills and knowledge relevant to the Process Control and Instrumentation industry. The specialised technical modules will give a deeper understanding of knowledge and skill sets required for a graduate to work in the Process Control industry.
Graduates seeking employment in manufacturing, petroleum, chemical, pharmaceutical, food, oil and gas, petrochemical plants, refineries, power plant, research & development, maintenance and servicing industries.
The qualification equips them for positions such as engineering assistants, plant maintenance engineers and service personnel, instrumentation and process control technologists, supervisors and management executives.
Minimum Entry Requirements
Applicants must possess a relevant engineering Polytechnic Diploma from recognised institution or an equivalent qualification. Preference will be given to those with relevant working experience.
There are 4 separate modular Post-Diploma Certificates (PDC). Each PDC is designed to be completed in one academic semester and is made up of two 60 hours modules. Upon completion of four PDCs (a total of 480 hours) within a maximum period of 2 years, the participant will be conferred a qualification in the Advanced Diploma in Process Control and Instrumentation.
Participant can decide to complete 1 or 2 PDCs in an academic semester. This is to allow participants the flexibility to complete all the 4 PDCs in a minimum period of 1 year or at the maximum period of 2 years.
This course consists of 4 post diploma certificates (PDCs). Each PDC comprises two modules and the details are as follows:
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PDC 1 Certificate in Engineering Mathematics & Controls
Module 1 – Engineering Mathematics
Module 2 – Dynamics and Control
PDC 2 Certificate in Instrumentation & PLC
Module 3 – Instrumentation & Measurement System
Module 4 – Programmable Logic Control
PDC 3 Certificate in Digital Control & Computer Control Systems
Module 5 – Digital Control
Module 6 – Computer Control Systems
PDC 4 Certificate in Fieldbus Technology & Process Control
Module 7 – Fieldbus Technology
Module 8 – Process Control Engineering
Award / Certification / Accreditation
Upon completion of four Certificates within a four-year validity period, the participant will be conferred an Advanced Diploma qualification from Singapore Polytechnic.
|Advanced Diploma in Process Control & Instrumentation
|Post Diploma Certificates (PDC)
Singapore Citizens Below the age of 40
|Singapore Citizens Aged 40 and above
||Enhanced Training Support for SME scheme
||Workfare Training Support Scheme
|Certificate in Engineering Mathematics & Controls
|Certificate in Instrumentation & PLC
|Certificate in Digital Control & Computer Control Systems
|Certificate in Fieldbus Technology & Process Control
|Total Course Fees:
Other Fees Payable:
||Per semester (after GST)
||Singapore PR and others
|Statutory Licence Fee (CLASS)
- 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.
- Part-Time Diploma or 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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