Singapore Certified Energy Manager

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Singapore Certified Energy Manager

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A SCEM is envisioned as:

A competent energy professional equipped and qualified to perform technical and managerial functions in the areas of:

  • Energy audits, management and measurements
  • Energy retrofitting services
  • Financial advisor for energy efficiency measures and contracting
  • Consultation and Procurement services
  • Facility and energy management
  • Energy engineering works

The Singapore Certified Energy Manager supports the Energy Conservation Act as the interface between the company and National Environment Agency (NEA).

ECA

Energy Conservation Act (ECA)

The Energy Conservation Act mandates energy efficiency requirements and energy management practices to promote energy conservation, improve energy efficiency and reduce environmental impact, and to make consequential and related amendments to certain other written laws.

Eligibility

  • 2 years working experience, ideally in energy or energy efficiency
  • A regonised engineering degree by SCEM registry

The list of regonised institutes from the SCEM registry can be downloaded here:

Course Fees

Singaporeans and Permanent Residents are eligible for E2I funding of 40% off full course fees.

Total course fees after funding: $3,340 (Please note that funding for SCEM core modules have been exhausted, registrants may only claim for elective modules only)

*All fees are quoted before GST

*Funding shall be on a reimbursement basis, course fees of $5500 are paid in full

SCEM Application Form

 

Please send the following documents to training@seas.org.sg

SCEM Application Form

Latest Resume or CV

Engineering degree certificate

Signed Terms and Condition

Company Supporting Letter (if company sponsored)

A Programme for Engineering Professionals

Summary of Singapore Certified Energy Manager Programme

The Singapore Certified Energy Manager programme is designed for engineering professionals who intend to build their career as energy managers. It gives a thorough understanding of key energy issues either in the building or industry sector. The Singapore Certified Energy Manager course will help participants develop the technical skills and competencies to manage and track energy usage within organisations.

This course is suitable for engineering personnel who want to discover relevant skills in the energy industry. Singapore Certified Energy Manager programme provides a thorough and comprehensive understanding of critical energy issues in the energy and building sector. It gives them a leg up and helps them accelerate their career.

Course Objective

The SEAS Singapore Certified Energy Manager programme seeks to help engineering professionals accelerate in their career by giving them extra insight and training in energy engineering as well as management. 

A competent energy professional has to be equipped and qualified to perform technical and managerial functions in the areas of:

  • Energy audits, management and measurements
  • Energy retrofitting services
  • Financial advisor for energy efficiency measures and contracting
  • Consultation and procurement services
  • Facility and energy management
  • Energy engineering works

Each individual undertakes 4 core modules and 2 elective modules, pass the respective examinations and acquire relevant working experience to qualify for the Singapore Certified Energy Manager certification. The course will also incorporate both classroom-style learning as well as hands-on exercises.

Upon completion of the course, participants will receive Singapore Certified Energy Manager certification from the SEAS.  

Course Makeup

Core Modules

  1. Energy Measurement & Audit
  2. Energy Management & Economics
  3. Air-Conditioning and Mechanical Ventilation Systems
  4. Motor-Driven Systems

Elective Modules

  1. Combined Heat & Power Systems
  2. Steam & Compressed Air Systems
  3. Lighting Systems and Building Envelopes

SCEM Modules

Below are the modules to be completed under SCEM, learners complete 4 core & 2 elective modules

SCEM-P: Motor Driven Systems

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Next Course Date: 11 - 13 Jan 2021

SCEM-P: Building Envelope and Lighting Systems

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SCEM-P: Aircon and Mechanical Ventilation Systems

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SCEM-P: Steam & Compressed Air Systems

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Next Course Date: 16 - 18 November 2020

SCEM-P: Energy Measurement & Audit

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Next Course Date: 2 - 4 December 2020

SCEM-P: Integrative Design for Energy Efficiency

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SCEM-P: Energy Management & Economics

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Next Course Date: 8 - 10 Feb 2021

SCEM-P: Combined Heat & Power Systems

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Next Course Date: 8 - 10 Mar 2021