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Singa College of Built Environment
Founded in Singapore with the mission to offer the best in knowledge based training for the built environment industry, Singa College is focused in its offering of specially designed courses that are highly relevant and practical to the industry.
With over 12.3% of Singapore's workforce employed in the construction industry, we believe it is a necessity and obligation to develop training programmes and courses that focuses on improving the skills needed to excel and succeed in the industry. Through a unique selection of courses and programmes catered to build students' knowledge, Singa College offers plenty of practical learning opportunities to both new industry aspirants and working professionals alike.
Singa College relies on a variety of teaching tools to deliver a range of comprehensive and effective programmes based on the course requirements. Combining traditional teaching methods with the latest in digital technology education, the approach is aimed at assisting students with their learning and understanding of the programme at a deeper level.
The Built Environment
The Built Environment is a challenging and fast-changing industry, and encompasses a wide range of disciplines including construction, engineering, architecture, interior design and many others. Very often in the course of a project, the various disciplines overlap and intersect at various parts of the project, making it highly advantageous for an industry professionals to be well-versed with knowledge on the various built environment disciplines.
At Singa College, we specialise in the teaching and training of students across a multitude of built environment disciplines. Students may enrol in short professional training courses taught by industry professionals to have a practical insight to the particular discipline, picking up a few new skills that may go a long way in paving the road to a successful career in the industry.
The College is currently committed in focusing on the course programmes for the following built environment disciplines:
Occupational Health and Safety