Improves trainees ability to constantly provide quality service, improve effectiveness
and reduce overall business cost

Industrial trainings related to construction, marine, oil & petro-chemical and oil & gas industry are now essential for all trades and different level of expertise. The growing number of workforce coming from these industries are required to be equipped with basic and advanced fundamental knowledge through tailored industrial LSP courses. In line with this concept, ASTC goes an extra mile in providing one-on-one coaching and guidance for slow learners with a weak understanding capabilities. 


Who Should Attend

All levels directly involved in field works

Key Benefits

  • Orientated towards the needs of learners and other customers
  • Reduces industrial accidents / incidents
  • Motivates and Involves in change and improvement processes
  • Focused towards competency developments and continuous improvement
  • Development of internal quality assurance skills


WSH Courses (LSP)

 

About The Course


At the end of the course, participants besides helping their companies meet the MOM requirements will also be familiarized with safety and health legislation, safety and health hazards in the construction industry, how to prevent construction accidents, as well as the implementation of safety management system.


Course Overview:


To familiarize participants on:

WSH Act & Subsidiary Legislation Safety and Health hazards in the Construction Industry How to prevent accidents in Construction Worksites Implementation of Safety and Health Management system


Legal Requirement:

The CSCPM is a mandatory training course for individuals assigned to manage any construction project exceeding $10 m in contract value.

The course would be appropriate for individuals with job titles such as: Project managers, project directors, construction managers, project engineers in the construction industry.

 

Course Outline:


Understanding Workplace Safety and Health legislations WSH (WSH Committees) Regulations 2008 WSH (Construction) Regulations 2007 General Worksite Safety Mechanical Material Handling and Scaffold Excavation, Tunneling Work and Compressed Air Environment Occupational Health An Overview of Risk Management Accident Prevention and Investigation Safety and Health Management System


Target Audience:

Manager, Project Engineer, Superintendent or equivalent post to be eligible to attend this course.


Entry Requirements:

Knowledge of the construction industry activities ESS Workplace literacy and numeracy Level 6 and above or equivalence Must be holding the position of Chairman of Safety Committee, Project Manager, Project Engineer,superintendent or equivalent post to be eligible to attend this course.


Methodology:

Power Point Slides & Videos Class Discussions How Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities


Assessment:

  • Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activity Assessment (Formative)
  • Written Question Exam (Summative)


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

Only participants with at least 75% attendance will be eligible to sit for the assessment.
Certificates will be awarded to participants who successfully complete the course and pass the assessment.


SDU Points:

34


PDU Points:

27


Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $380


Course Duration

34 Hours(Including assessment)


Course Fees:

S$ 380.00  


Skill Future Funding Details : Skill Connect>Advanced Search> Type Course Reference Number> CRS-N-0048702

 Business Description Grant Amount 
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr  190.00 
Coy, Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training 342.00 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr  361.00 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalCourse Fees - 80% of course fee up to $17 per training hr  190.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $50 per training hr 342.00 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr  135.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, External Absentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 135.00
 Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 135.00
Coy, SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $7.50 per training hr 342.00 
Coy, SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $50 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $7.50 per training hr 342.00
Coy, SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 361.00
Coy, SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 361.00
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 80% of course fee up to $17 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 190.00
Coy, Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $25 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 342.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $8.50 per training hr + $8.50 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 361.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr + $8.50 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 361.00

 

Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $25 per training hr




About The Course


Aim of this course is to provide course participants with the requisite WAH knowledge.This knowledge will enable them to perform their WAH activities properly and safely

Please note that it is COMPULSORY for trainees to wear safety shoes, full length pant and long sleeve shirt.


Course Overview


The Work-at-Height Worker course is to provide course participants with the requisite WAH knowledge that they can perform their WAH activities properly and safely.


Course Outline


  • Identify relevant Workplace Safety & Health (WSH) legislations /approved codes of practice /Singapore standards applicable to WAH and roles and responsibilities.
  • Conduct risk assessment for WAH and implement preventive measures related to WAH.
  • Implement a Fall Prevention Plan (FPP)
  • Demonstrate competency in donning, checking and correcting of Individual Fall Protection equipment and first line response in emergency.


Legal Requirements:

The Workplace Safety and Health (Work At Heights) Regulations was enacted on 1 May 2013, with the key requirements such as Fall Prevention Plan (FPP) and Permit-to-Work (PTW) System coming into effect one year later on 1 May 2014.


Target Audience:

This course is designed for all workers who are required to work at heights. The participants will be taught the hazards and the safe practices of working at height.


Entry Requirements:

100% attendance is required. Latecomers are STRICTLY NOT ALLOWDED into the class. Trainees must bring along one of the following documents (photocopy or original) to be allowed to attend the class;

  • Valid work permit
  • In Principal Approval (IPA) with Passport
  • NRIC / S Pass / Employment Pass


Methodology:

  • Lectures
  • Practical lessons


Assessment:

  • Multiple Choice Questions(MCQ)
  • Practical Assessments


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

Upon successful completion of the course, a safety pass endorsed by Active Synergy Training & Consultancy Pte Ltd will be issued to all participants. The validity of the pass with range from 2 to 4 years depending on the years of working experience in the related industry in Singapore.


Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $90.00


Course Duration

7.5hrs(Including assessment)


Course Fees

S$90.00

Skill Future Funding Details : Skill Connect>Advanced Search> Type Course Reference Number> CRS-N-0042437 

 

Business Description Grant Amount
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 42.00
Coy, Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 42.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr 85.50
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalCourse Fees - 80% of course fee up to $17 per training hr 72.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $25 per training hr 81.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 27.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, External Absentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 27.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 27.00
Coy, SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $7.50 per training hr 81.00
Coy, SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 85.50
Coy, SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 85.50
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 80% of course fee up to $17 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 72.00
Coy, Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $25 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 81.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $8.50 per training hr + $8.50 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 51.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr + $8.50 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 85.50



About The Course


At the end of the course, participants should be able to erect and dismantle metal scaffolds in accordance with the legislative guideline and statutory requirement.


Course Overview


At the end of the course, participants should be able to erect and dismantle metal scaffolds in accordance with the legislative guideline and statutory requirement.


Legal Requirements:

Under the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) 2006 Act, all persons who perform metal scaffold erection in the building and construction industry must take the metal scaffold erector course and be certified to ensure safety on the job.


Course Outline:

  • Introduction to Metal Scaffolding
  • Introduction to Ties and Braces
  • Introduction to Static and Mobile Towers
  • Erection and Dismantling of Scaffolds


Target Audience:

Workers who are required to erect and dismantle metal scaffolds


Entry Requirement:

Physically fit and above 18 years of age Comprehend Basic English


Course Duration:

  • 38 hours, inclusive 7 hours Practical Assessment and 1 hour Written Assessment
  • Only participants with 100% attendance will be eligible to sit for the examination
  • Maximum class size: 18 participants


Methodology:

Classroom instruction, Case studies, Videos and photographs, other e-resources and instructional media


Assessment:

  • Written Test – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) 60% passing
  • Practical Test – Practical Demonstration

 

Medium of Instruction :

English


Certification:

Upon completion of the course, a safety pass and certificate of Successful Completion endorsed by Active Synergy Training & Consultancy Pte Ltd will be issued to all participants.


SDU Points:

Pending Approval.


Price (excluding GST):

Full Course Fee: $300.00


Course Duration

37.5 Hours


Course Fees

S$300.00


Skill Future Funding Details : Skill Connect>Advanced Search> Type Course Reference Number> CRS-N-0042736

 Business Description Grant Amount 
Coy, Mid Career Enhanced Subsidy, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $7 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr  210.00 
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 80% of course fee up to $7 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr  210.00 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr  285.00 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalCourse Fees - 80% of course fee up to $17 per training hr  240.00
 Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $25 per training hr 270.00 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr  135.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr  135.00
 Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 135.00
 Coy, SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $7.50 per training hr 270.00 
Coy, SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $25 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $7.50 per training hr 270.00
Coy, SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 285.00
Coy, SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 285.00
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 80% of course fee up to $17 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 240.00
Coy, Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $25 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 270.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $8.50 per training hr + $8.50 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 255.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr + $8.50 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 285.00



About The Course


The aim of this course is to train personnel in the knowledge and skills in supervision of erection.

Course Overview:


Upon completion of the course, trainees will be able to identify and clearly explain the following

Material requirements for scaffolding Safety in erection and dismantling of scaffold including hazard identification and risk assessment The WSH Act 2006 (Scaffolds) Prepare and implement the scaffold inspection checklist Requirements, purposes and key points for consideration when selecting different types of scaffolds


Legal Requirements:

Under the WSH Act 2006 (Scaffolds) Regulations: “ The scaffold supervisor shall be a person who has undergone a course of training approved by the Commissioner” – Regulation 6(1).

This course of training is the “Supervision of Metal Scaffold Erection Course”.


Course Outline:


The course comprises the following modules:

Introduction to Scaffold Systems Scaffolding Materials & Parts Frame Scaffolding Requirements Birdcage Scaffolding Requirements Suspended Scaffolding Requirements Scaffolding regulations in Singapore Preparation & Formulation of inspection checklist Basic Risk Assessment on Scaffolding Safety

 

Target Audience:

This course is suitable for all Metal Scaffold Erectors who want to be Metal Scaffold Supervisors


Entry Requirement:

Physically fit and above 18 years old Successfully completed and passed MSEC (Metal Scaffold Erection Course)


Course Duration:

75 hours, inclusive 4 hours Practical Assessment and 2 hours Written Assessment. Only participants with 100% attendance will be eligible to sit for the examination Maximum class size: 12 participants


Methodology:

Classroom instruction, Case studies, Videos and photographs, other e-resources and instructional media


Assessment:

  • Written Test – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) Written short/long questions 65% passing.
  • Practical Test – Practical Demonstration


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

Upon completion of the course, a safety pass and certificate of Successful Completion endorsed by Active Synergy Training & Consultancy Pte Ltd will be issued to all participants.


SDU Points:

Pending Approval


Price (excluding GST):

Full Course Fee: $750.00


Course Duration

75 Hours


Course Fees

S$750.00

 

Skill Future Funding Details : Skill Connect>Advanced Search> Type Course Reference Number> CRS-N-0042762

Business Description Grant Amount
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 375.00
Coy, Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 675.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $53 per training hr 712.50
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr 375.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $50 per training hr 675.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 303.75
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 303.75
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 303.75
Coy, SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $7.50 per training hr 675.00
Coy, SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $25 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $7.50 per training hr 675.00
Coy, SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 712.50
Coy, SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $53 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 712.50
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 375.00
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 675.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hr Absentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 712.50
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $53 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 712.50

 



About The Course


The course will cover the following underpinning knowledge (Refer to Course Outline). Hope that end of the training participants are able to perform their job as a Formwork Supervisor with due diligence of Safety & Health aspects at work-site.


Course Overview:


The course will cover the following underpinning knowledge (Refer to Course Outline). Hope that end of the training participants are able to perform their job as a Formwork Supervisor with due diligence of Safety & Health aspects at work-site.


Legal Requirement:

This Course is a mandatory training course for individuals who are appointed to supervise the construction, erection, alteration or dismantling and inspection of formwork structures at any work-site. WSH (Construction) Regulations 2007 Regulation 60(3) stipulates that “No person shall be appointed as a Formwork Supervisor in a worksite unless he has received adequate safety and health training to familiarize him with the hazards associated with the construction, erection, alteration or dismantling of the formwork structure and the precautions to be observed.”


Course Outline:


  • Fundamentals of Formwork and Falsework Construction
  • Roles and Responsibilities of Formwork Supervisor
  • WSH legislation and Codes of Practice
  • Interpretation of Working Drawings
  • Construction Strength of Materials and Shoring
  • Work At Height and Excavation
  • Inspection of Formwork and Falsework
  • Risk Assessment for Formwork Construction
  • Respond to Failure in Formwork Structure, Fire and Emergencies

Target Audience:

This course is designed for personnel appointed to supervise the construction, erection, alteration or dismantling and inspection of formwork structures at any work-site.

 

Entry Requirements:

Assumed Skills and Knowledge: Workplace Literacy & Numeracy Level 4.

 

Course Duration:

36 hours (including assessment)

 

Methodology

  • Classroom instruction
  • Case studies
  • Videos and photographs

 

Assessments

  • Written Test
  • Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
  • Role Play/ Case Study

 

SDU Points:

36

 

Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $350.00

 

Course Duration

32 Hours

 

Course Fees

S$ 350.00

 

 Skill Future Funding Details : Skill Connect>Advanced Search> Type Course Reference Number> CRS-N-0042735

Business Description Grant Amount
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 175.00
Coy, Mid-Career, Enhanced Subsidy, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hr Absentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 315.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $53 per training hr 332.50
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr 175.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $50 per training hr 315.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 144.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 144.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 144.00
Coy, SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $7.50 per training hr 315.00
Coy, SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $25 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $7.50 per training hr 315.00
Coy, SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 332.50
Coy, SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $53 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 332.50
Coy, SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $53 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 332.50
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 175.00
Coy, Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $50 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 315.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, In-House Course Fees - 95% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 332.50
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $53 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 332.50



About The Course


The SOC (Tunneling) for workers is a mandatory training course for an employee who carries out work in a tunnel in building and engineering construction work-site. The learners should be able to recognize the safety hazards working in a tunnel, know the preventive measures to be adopted and understand the importance of observing safety signs and safe work procedures.


Course Overview:


The SOC (Tunneling) for workers is a mandatory training course for an employee who carries out work in a tunnel in building and engineering construction work-site. The learners should be able to recognize the safety hazards working in a tunnel, know the preventive measures to be adopted and understand the importance of observing safety signs and safe work procedures.

Legal Requirement:

Workplace Safety and Health (Construction) Regulation 2007 R88 stipulates that It shall be the duty of

  • The employer of any person who carries out any work in a tunnel in a work-site; or
  • The principal under whose direction any person carries out any work in a tunnel in a work-site, to ensure that the person does not carry out the work unless the person has received adequate safety and health training to familiarize himself with the hazards associated with such work and the precautions to be observed.


Course Outline :


  • General Safety in Tunneling Works
  • Working Hazards in Tunneling
  • Tunneling Equipment and Machinery
  • Confined Spaces
  • Hot Work
  • Working in Compressed Air
  • Procedures for Safe Work
  • Other Safety Precautions


Target Audience:

This course is designed for all workers who carry out work in a tunnel in building and engineering construction work-site in the construction industry.


Entry Requirements:

Learners must have completed and passed CSOC to be eligible to attend this course.


Course Duration:

4 hours 15 Minutes (including assessment) and 100% attendance is required


Methodology:

  • Lectures by using PPT (Classroom Instruction)
  • Case study
  • Videos and photos


Assessments:

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

Upon successful completion of the course a safety pass endorsed by Active Synergy Training and Consultancy Pte Ltd will be issued the participants.


Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $35.00


Course Duration

4 Hours 15 Min


Course Fees

S$35.00

 

About The Course


This course is designed to meet the minimum standard for working at height training for supervisors, assessors or managers in Singapore, as recommended in the WSH (Work At Heights) Regulations 2013 and the Approved code of practice for working safely at height (2011). The aim of the course is to provide learners with the requisite WAH knowledge to manage WAH activities, so that work can be carried out safely.

Course Details Please note that it is COMPULSORY for trainees to wear safety shoes, full pants and long sleeve shirt.


Course Overview:


The aim of the course is to provide course participants with the requisite WAH knowledge so that they can perform their WAH activities properly and safely.


Legal Requirement:

The course is designed by MOM/WSHC to meet the minimum standard for WAH training for supervisors, assessors and managers in Singapore, as recommended in the (WSH WAH) Regulations 2013 and ACOP (Approved Code of Practice for working safely at heights).


Course Outline:


  • Identify relevant Workplace Safety & Health (WSH) legislations / approved codes of practice / Singapore standards applicable to WAH.
  • Identify and explain the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders, competent and responsible persons.
  • Identify hazards, evaluate the risk, and implement control measures for WAH activities.
  • Review the necessary fall preventive / protective control measures for safe execution of WAH activities.
  • Establish, evaluate, review and implement a Fall Prevention Plan.
  • Establish and implement a system for effective monitoring and control of WAH risks.
  • Demonstrate competency in donning, checking and correcting of Individual Fall Protection equipment and responding to a fall emergency.


Target Audience:

Target audience are: Site foreman & Supervisor, Site engineer, safety assessor and manager for WAH activities. The participant who passes the course will be deemed a competent persons for working at height only. It does not replace the other industry / trade specific safety and supervisory training requirements.


Entry Requirements:

WSQ ESS WPLN level 4 and above or equivalent and ability to carry out hazards identification, risk assessment and risk control measures. (Have a basic knowledge of workplace processes, procedures, activities and practices).


Course Duration:

  • 20.5 hours (including 5hours of assessment).
  • Only participants with 100% attendance will be eligible to sit for the examination
  • Maximum class size: 20 participants for course.


Methodology:

  • Lecture
  • Practical sessions


Assessment:

  • Written Test
  • Practical Performance


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

Upon completion of the course and passing the examination, a Certificate of Successful Completion and safety pass will be issued to all participants.


SDU Points:

20


Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $380.00


Course Duration

20.5 Hours


Course Fees

S$380.00  




About The Course


This is a WSH training course for all formwork workers to facilitate and safely construct, erect, alter and dismantle the formwork structures at any work-site.


Course Overview:


This is a WSH training course for all formwork workers to facilitate and safely construct, erect, alter and dismantle the formwork structures at any work-site.


Legal Requirement:

The Workplace Safety and Health (Factories, Safety Training Courses order – clause 2 (6)) stipulates that “Any worker employed in manual labour to carry out construction work in building and engineering construction work-sites must undergo a safety and health training course approved by the Commissioner for Workplace Safety and Health.”

WSH (Construction) Regulations 2007 Reg. 9 stipulates that any person who carries out manual work in a work-site shall have received adequate safety and health training for the purpose of familiarizing the person with the hazards associated with such work and the precautions to be observed.


Course Outline:


  • State the applicable legal and other requirements for formwork and working-at-height
  • List the roles of a worker in formwork installation, alteration and dismantling
  • State the types of formwork used in the industry
  • Apply basic risk assessment for formwork activities
  • Identify hazards associated with formwork activities
  • Observe safety and health measures for formwork activities formwork activities
  • Use appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for formwork activities and Working-At-Height


Target Audience:

This course is designed for personnel appointed to perform formwork activities which include formwork workers/tradesmen.


Entry Requirements :

  • Workplace Literacy & Numeracy Level 3
  • Trainees must bring along any one of the following documents (photocopy or original) to be allowed to attend the class
  • Work permit/IPA and Passport


Course Duration:

  • 7 hours (including assessment)
  • 100% attendance is compulsory


Methodology:

  • Classroom instruction
  • Case studies
  • Videos and photographs, other e-resources and instructional media


Assessments:

  • Written Assessment
  • Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

Upon successful completion of the course a safety pass endorsed by Active Synergy Training and Consultancy Pte Ltd will be issued to the participants.


Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $90.00


Course Duration

7 Hours


Course Fees

S$ 90.00

 

Skill Future Funding Details : Skill Connect>Advanced Search> Type Course Reference Number> CRS-N-0042734

 Business Description Grant Amount 
Coy, Mid Career Enhanced Subsidy, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $7 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr  42.00 
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 80% of course fee up to $7 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr  42.00 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr  85.50 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalCourse Fees - 80% of course fee up to $17 per training hr  72.00
 Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $25 per training hr 81.00 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr  27.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr  27.00
 Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 27.00
Coys,SME, Non-WTS, In-Coy, SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $7.50 per training hr 81.00 
Coy, SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 85.50
Coy, SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 85.50
Coy, SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 285.00
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 80% of course fee up to $17 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 72.00
Coy, Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $25 per training hr + $7 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 81.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $8.50 per training hr + $8.50 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 51.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr + $8.50 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 85.50



About The Course


At the end of the course, participants will have a good understanding on:

  • Common Safety and health hazards in manholes.
  • Safe work procedures in manhole and other confined spaces.


Course Overview:


To ensure that all supervisors:

  • Understand their safety and health duties and responsibilities
  • Understand the regulatory requirements related to various types of work activities in the Shipyard and ensure compliance
  • Identify hazards and implement risk control measures for various activities in the shipyard
  • Develop and implement safe work procedures
  • Carry out regular safety inspections at Shipyard
  • Regularly emphasize safety and health rules and regulations to all their workers
  • Conduct investigation of incidents and implement corrective and preventive actions


Legal Requirement:

No person shall supervise any process or work carried out in a shipyard or on board a ship in the harbor unless he has undergone a Shipyard Supervisor Safety Course approved by MOM.”


Course Outline:


  • Identify the Workplace Safety and Health Act, subsidiary legislation and industrial code of practice relevant to the marine industry
  • List the roles and responsibilities of a Shipyard Supervisor
  • Conduct a safety briefing for shipyard workers and contractors
  • Coordinate the implementation of safe work procedures in the marine industry
  • Provide inputs for drawing up a risk assessment matrix
  • Formulate occupational health programme.
  • Conduct investigation and prepare an incident report


Target Audience:

  • The SSSC is designed for individuals who are to undertake the role of a supervisor in the marine industry
  • The Workplace Safety and Health (Shipbuilding and Ship-Repairing) Regulations 2008 (Reg. 6(8) stipulates that: “It shall be the duty of every person not to oversee or supervise any work (including any process) in a shipyard or on board a ship in a harbor unless he has received adequate safety and health training to ensure that the work that he oversees or supervises can be carried out safely


Entry Requirements:

Employability Skills System (ESS) Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) Level 4 and above, or equivalent.


Course Duration:

  • 32 hours including 3 hours of assessment
  • 75% attendance


Methodology:

  • WSH (Shipbuilding and Ship-Repairing) Regulations 2008
  • Subsidiary legislation pertaining to marine industry and occupational health
  • Code of practice for the shipyards
  • Types of hazards – Chemical, electrical & mechanical, physical including confined space, safe access, falling from height, surface treatment, fire & explosion.
  • Occupational health hazards – Industrial toxicology, SDS, noise, vibration, heat, radiation, lighting.
  • General safety in shipyard
  • Vessel Safety Co-ordination Committee (VSCC)
  • Permit to work (PTW) systems
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Risk assessment
  • Safety audits
  • Accident investigation procedures
  • Accident reporting procedures


Assessment:

There will be a MCQ and case study assessment


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

Upon successful completion of the course a safety pass endorsed by Active Synergy Training and Consultancy Pte Ltd will be issued to the participants.


Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $320


Course Duration

32 Hours


Course Fees

S$320.00

Skill Future Funding Details : Skill Connect>Advanced Search> Type Course Reference Number> CRS-N-0048778

 Business Description Grant Amount 
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr  160.00 
Coy, Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training 288.00 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $26.50 per training hr  304.00 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr 160.00
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $50 per training hr 288.00 
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Normal, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr  130.50
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 130.50
Self-Sponsored (only for nett fee course), WTS, ExternalAbsentee Payroll - $4.50 per training hr 130.50
Coy, SME, Non-WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $7.50 per training hr 288.00 
Coy, SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 304.00
Coy, Non-SME, Non-WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 50% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 160.00
Coy, Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy, ExternalCourse Fees - 90% of course fee up to $50 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 80% of hourly basic salary up to $4.50 per training hr 288.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, In-houseCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $15 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 304.00
Coy, Non-SME, WTS, ExternalCourse Fees - 95% of course fee up to $53 per training hr + $15 per OJT hrAbsentee Payroll - 95% of hourly basic salary 304.00

 



About The Course


At the end of the course, participants will have a good understanding on:

  • Able to understand Safety signs.
  • Able to react during evacuation in case of a fire.
  • Able to identify Falling hazards & Health hazards.
  • Shipyard Safety Instruction Course For Workers - General Trade

 

Course Overview:


  • To provide participants with the basic understanding of workplace safety & health hazards in the ship building and repair industry.
  • To highlight the measures to prevent incidents / accidents in the ship building and repair industry.


Legal Requirement:

The Workplace Safety and Health (Shipbuilding and Ship-repairing) Regulations 2008 Reg. 6 (2) stipulates that “It shall be the duty of every person not to carry out any hazardous work in a shipyard or on board a ship in a harbor unless he has undergone a safety and health training course approved by the Commissioner for Workplace Safety and Health.”


Course Outline:


  • Understand legal obligations in workplace safety and health
  • Identify hazards in a shipyard
  • Recognize all types of industrial safety signs
  • Understand application process for safety permit prior to hot work
  • Competent in wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Know and take safety precautions when working with different hazards
  • Able to respond in case of fire or emergency


Target Audience:

This course is designed for all workers working in the Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing industry.


Entry Requirements:

Learners must be able to apply numbers, listen, read, speak & write English at a proficiency level equivalent to the Employability Skills System (ESS-Level-2).

 

Course Duration:

  • 8 hours
  • 100% attendance


Methodology:

  • The course comprises the following modules
  • Recognise the common safety and health hazards
  • Chemistry of fire and types of combustible materials (Fuel)
  • Shipyard Permit-to-Work systems for prevention of fire and explosions
  • Causes of fires and explosions and their prevention
  • Safety signs
  • Evacuation in case of a fire
  • Specialized operations· Material handlingg
  • Mechanical and electrical hazards
  • Falling hazards
  • Health hazards


Assessment:

  • Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
  • Medium of Instruction:
  • English


Certification:

Upon successful completion of the course a safety pass endorsed by Active Synergy Training and Consultancy Pte Ltd will be issued to the participants.


Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $35.00


Course Duration

8 Hours


Course Fees

S$ 35.00



About The Course


  • At the end of the course, participants will be able to :
  • Recognise their roles and duties in shipyard works.
  • Implement safety measures and procedures for hot works.
  • Shipyard Safety Instruction Course For Workers - Hotwork Trade


Course Overview:


  • Identify the Characteristics of flammable substances
  • How vapours/gases can accumulate in confined spaces
  • How fires/explosions are caused
  • Safety measures for preventing fires/explosions


Course Outline:


  • Introduction to Shipyard Safety Instruction Course for Workers (Hot-Work Trade)
  • Know characteristics of flammable substances
  • Understand how vapours/ gases can accumulate in confined spaces
  • Understand how fires/ explosions are caused
  • Understand case studies on two shipyard fire and explosion accidents
  • Know and take safety measures for preventing fire/ explosions


Target Audience:

This course is designed for all workers working in the Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing industry.


Entry Requirements:

  • Learners must be able to apply numbers, listen, read, speak & write English at a proficiency level equivalent to the Employability Skills System (ESS-Level-2).
  • The learner must have completed and passed the Shipyard Safety Instruction Course for Workers (General Trade) to be eligible to attend this course. Proof of this entryrequirement must be submitted to the LSP. The LSP must retain the proof for future verification and audit.

Course Duration:

  • 2.5 hours
  • 100% attendance


Methodology:

  • The course comprises the following modules:
  • Recognise the common safety and health hazards
  • Recognise their roles and duties in shipyard works
  • Implement safety measures and procedures for hot-work works
  • Types of hot-work
  • Characteristics of flammable substances
  • Causes of fires and explosions
  • Case studies on shipyard fire and explosion accidents
  • Safety measures for preventing fires and explosions
  • Permit-to-Work systems


Assessment:

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

Upon successful completion of the course a safety pass endorsed by Active Synergy Training and Consultancy Pte Ltd will be issued to the participants.

The expiry date of the LSP Certificate that is issued to a successful participant for this course is 5 years.


Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $25.00


Course Duration

2.5 Hours


Course Fees

S$ 25.00



About The Course


At the end of the course, participants will be able to :

  • Recognise their roles and duties in shipyard works.
  • Implement safety measures and procedures for painting works.
  • Shipyard Safety Instruction Course For Workers - Painters Trade


Course Overview:


Able to understand their roles and duties needed in shipyard works

Able to implement safety measures at work

Have knowledge on procedures for painting works


Course Outline:


  • Case studies of major fire and explosion accidents
  • Develop a positive attitude towards safety
  • Causes of fires and explosions (relating to painting activities) and their prevention
  • Health Hazards and Preventive Measures
  • Permit-to-Work systems (focus will be on Painting-Permit)
  • Responsibilities and duties of painters


Target Audience:

This course is designed for all workers working in the Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing industry.


Entry Requirements:

  • Learners must be able to apply numbers, listen, read, speak & write English at a proficiency level equivalent to the Employability Skills System (ESS-Level-2).
  • The learner must have completed and passed the Shipyard Safety Instruction Course for Workers (General Trade) to be eligible to attend this course. Proof of this entryrequirement must be submitted to the LSP. The LSP must retain the proof for future verification and audit.


Course Duration:

  • 2.5 hours
  • 100% attendance


Methodology:

  • The course comprises the following modules:
  • Introduction to Shipyard Safety Instruction Course for Workers (Painters Trade)
  • Understand fire and explosion hazards & safety measures
  • Understand airless spraying hazards and safety measures
  • Understand health hazards and preventive measures
  • Know the proper usage of Personal protective equipment
  • Understand safe storage of paints and solvents on board vessels
  • Know Vessel Safety Coordination Committee (VSCC) Meetings
  • Understand Permit-to-work system – Application for a painting permit
  • Know Worker’s safety checklist for painting works


Assessment:

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

  • Upon successful completion of the course a safety pass endorsed by Active Synergy Training and Consultancy Pte Ltd will be issued to the participants.
  • The expiry date of the LSP Certificate that is issued to a successful participant for this course is 5 years.


Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $25.00


Course Duration

2.5 Hours


Course Fees

S$25.00



About The Course


The aim of the course is to provide course participants with the requisite WAH knowledge to supervise and manage work at height activities so that they are carried out properly and safely.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to :

  • Identify the various Workplace Safety & Health (WSH) legislations/Codes of practice/Approved codes of practice/Singapore standards applicable to WAH.
  • Identify use and care for the various fall arrest systems and equipment.
  • Conduct risk assessment on Safety & Health hazards and Implement preventive measures related to WAH.
  • Develop and implement a Fall Prevention Plan.
  • Work-at-Height Course for Supervisor (In-House)


Course Subjects:


  • Identify the WSH legislations and references related to WAH.
  • Conduct Risk Assessment on Safety & Health Hazards and implement prevent measures related to WAH.
  • Identify use and care for Fall Prevention Systems and Equipment.
  • Develop and Implement Fall Prevention Plan.


Theory Exam format:

  • 10 short questions (30 marks) & 2 scenario based questions (70 marks)


Theory Exam duration:

2 Hours.


Passing Criteria:

  • Written test - 65% & above
  • Practical Performance - 100%
  • This course is a non-MOM accredited course.
  • However, the trainees, who successfully completes this course, fulfills the MOM training requirements to be a WAH Supervisor, to carry out Supervision over WAH activities, as per WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (WORK AT HEIGHTS) (AMENDMENT)REGULATIONS 2014.
  • Please refer to WAH Training requirements for more information.


Entry Requirements:

  • Assumed skills & knowledge: ESS WPLN level 4
  • Participants are required to wear their safety boots for the practical session.
  • Only participants with 100% attendance will be eligible to sit for the examination.


Legal Requirements:

WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (WORK AT HEIGHTS) (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS 2014


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

Upon completion of the course and passing the examination, a Certificate of Successful Completion and safety pass will be issued to all participants.


Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $150.00



About The Course


The aim of the course is to train individuals to recognize a medical emergency situation at a workplace.

At the end of the course, trainees will be able to:

  • Recognize a medical emergency situation at workplace 
  • Activate the appropriate emergency response system and follow the emergency action principles
  • perform the necessary and correct first aid treatment to a casualty based on their injuries
  • perform CPR for adult victims with the appropriate use of the AED
  • Recognize the hazards of Industrial Toxicology 
  • Understand Safety Measures And Legal requirements of First Aid within the workplace

Course Objective:


  • Enable trainees to meet the Workplace Safety & Health (WSH ) Act requirements.
  • Prepare trainees with the necessary skills in identifying , planning and managing an emergency situation.
  • Equip trainees with the skills in rendering first aid to common accidents, its related injuries and medical emergencies. 
  • Equip trainees with the skills in providing resuscitation (CPR ) and the proper use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED ) in safe, timely and effective manner..
  • Update trainees on the safety protocols and regulations at the workplace.

Legal Requirement:

Workplace Safety and Health (First Aid) Regulations (Cap. 354A, Rg 4) Reg. 5 stipulates that “every person appointed as a first-aider shall (a) have successfully completed a training course acceptable to the Commissioner; and (b) undergo such subsequent re-training in first-aid treatment as the Commissioner may require”.


Target Audience:

Manager, Project Engineer, Superintendent or equivalent post to be eligible to attend this course.


Entry Requirements:

ESS Workplace literacy and numeracy  Level 5 and above.

 

Course Duration:

24 hours, including of assessment (3 full days OR 4 evenings with 1 Saturday OR 6 Evenings)

Theory - Facilitator : Learner Ratio is 1:18

Practical - Facilitator :Learner Ratio is 1:6


Methodology:

Power Point Slides & Videos Class Discussions How Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities.


Assessment:

  • Theory Assessment (Multiple Choice Questions - 70% To Pass)
  • Practical Assessment
  • 75% Attendance for Entire Course
  • 100% Attendance for CPR + AED


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

Occupational First Aid Course Certification Card 

CPR & AED Certification Card- Accredited by National Resuscitation Council 

2 years (Certificate Validity)


SDU Fresh Points:

22 - Fresh (Pending Approval)

18 - Refresher ( Pending Approval)

 

Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: $320 ( Fresh ) 

Full course fee: $200 ( Refresher )

 



About The Course


The aim of the course is to train individuals to recognize a medical emergency situation at a workplace.

At the end of the course, trainees will be able to:

  • To understand the rescuer's role in the chain of survival.
  • To perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) effectively for adult and infant casualties.
  • To relief foreign body airway obstruction in a conscious and unconscious  adult and infant casualties. 

Course Objective:


  • Understand the rescuer's role in the chain of survival.
  • Perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) effectively for adult and infant casualties.
  • Relief foreign body airway obstruction in a conscious and unconscious adult and infant casualties

 

Course Overview:


  • The Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) Course will equip participants with knowledge and skills in resuscitating collapsed victims.
  • It is a very comprehensive course encompassing critical life saving skills , ranging from the rescuing of a chocked victim ( conscious and unconscious ) , to performing quality CPR, for both adults and infants according to the guidelines provided by the National Resuscitation Council (NRC) , Singapore.
  • Relief foreign body airway obstruction in a conscious and unconscious adult and infant casualties

Legal Requirement:

Workplace Safety and Health (First Aid) Regulations (Cap. 354A, Rg 4) Reg. 5 stipulates that “every person appointed as a first-aider shall (a) have successfully completed a training course acceptable to the Commissioner; and (b) undergo such subsequent re-training in first-aid treatment as the Commissioner may require”.


Target Audience:

  •  Healthcare providers
  •  Non-healthcare providers who are identified to be BCLS providers
  •  Members of the public


Entry Requirements:

ESS Workplace literacy and numeracy Level 5 and above.

 

Course Duration:

Recommended course duration : 8 hours

BCLS - 6-7hours  
BCLS + AED - 8hours   
CPR + AED -  4hours  

Adult one-man CPR

Relief of foreign body airway obstruction in an adult-conscious and unconscious situation

Infant CPR

Relief of foreign body airway obstruction in an infant - conscious and unconscious situation 

Mode of Assessment 

Theory Assessment (MCQ)

 

Methodology:

Power Point Slides & Videos Class Discussions How Participatory “Hands-On” Practical Activities.


Assessment:

  • Theory Assessment (Multiple Choice Questions - 70% To Pass)
  • Practical Assessment
  • 75% Attendance for Entire Course
  • 100% Attendance for CPR + AED


Medium of Instruction:

English


Certification:

CPR & AED Certification Card- Accredited by National Resuscitation Council

2 years (Certificate Validity)

 

Price (excluding GST):

Full course fee: BCLS  - $180

Full course fee: BCLS + AED -  $270

Full course fee:CPR + AED - $140