3rd Year Option: Facilities Management
Facilities Management Modules
Renewable Energy & ApplicationsMore
Provide an understanding and practical knowledge of renewable energy and its applications. Topics include solar energy, wind energy and tidal energy.
Facilities Maintenance Engineering & ServicesMore
Examines the mechanical principles of thrill-experience activities in resorts. Typical facilities include vertical transportation, lighting, water supply and sanitation. Maintenance of joy rides, life-safety concepts and energy monitoring are taught with emphasis on environmental considerations.
3rd Year Core Modules
Communicating for Professional EffectivenessMore
We have introduced the Employability Skills (ES) WSQ Framework which aims to equip the workforce with generic and portable skills to adapt and be resilient to challenges posed by a globalised and dynamic working environment, into our curriculum. WSQ is a national credential system and more importantly, training programmes developed under the WSQ system are based on skills and competencies validated by employers, unions and professional bodies.
Two ES WSQ modules which are aligned to and introduced in CPF include “Maintain Personal Presentation & Employability at Operations Level” and “Apply Emotional Competence to Manage Self and Team at the Workplace”.
In the first ES WSQ module, the learner will acquire knowledge and skills to identify jobs that match their interests, capabilities and qualifications, develop career planning skills and prepare resumes that are unique and customised for job requirements. In the second ES WSQ module, the learner will understand and be able to apply self-awareness techniques including applying emotional intelligence principles to manage oneself at the workplace. Students who are deemed competent through assessments, will be awarded SOA (e-certificate) for issued by SSG.
Internship Equivalent (22 weeks)More
Provides students with an opportunity to work in small groups to apply the knowledge and experience gained in their foundation stages to conceive, design, fabricate, test and commission a project. Students will have the chance to work with the industry on real-world projects.
Internship Programme (22 weeks)More
This semester long (22 weeks) internship
module aims to provide students with work
experience to a relevant industrial sector and
with opportunities to relate what is taught in
the classroom to actual working environments.
The internship module creates a valuable
opportunity for students to learn and contribute
to the participating organisations. This would
also prepare them to be work-ready by
acquiring knowledge on current industrial
practices and by sharpening their skills.
Develops a basic understanding of material strength in the design of machine elements and structures. The module supports the design stage of the final-year project.
Provides further knowledge of steam cycles and gas turbine cycles, steam nozzles and heat transfer.
Provides knowledge on fluid flow and piping systems, centrifugal and positive displacement pumps as well as industrial hydraulics.
Quality Engineering & ManagementMore
Provides basic concepts of quality management, ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System and inspection and quality improvement techniques.
Imparts concepts of organisation structureand management in terms of performance and productivity. Topics include structure and development, roles and functions, motivating people, leadership, communication skills, group dynamics, teamwork and the business environment.
Workplace Safety & Health ManagementMore
Provides an appreciation of the safety and risk management inherent in resorts and mega buildings. The Workplace Safety & Health Act, related statutory legislations, risk assessment and hazards analysis are covered.