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Certificate of Competency in Earth Control Measures For Construction Site Personnel (CoC ECM) - 160th Run

Date(s):
25th Feb 2020
Time:
8:30AM - 7:00PM -
Venue:
IES Academy@Jurong East
80 Jurong East Street 21, #04-10, Devan Nair Institute For Employment and Employability 609607
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Costs:

Members: $256.80
Non-Members: $299.60

CPD:
0.00
Description:

This 1-day course is designed to train the contractor’s representative to understand the principles of
ECM and to allow them to properly implement ECM as designed by the QECP, operate ECM in
accordance to the ECM plan and maintain the ECM properly.


COURSE OBJECTIVE
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to understand and appreciate the system of
ECM in place and be competent in assisting the QECPs in monitoring and/or carrying out daily
operational activities at the site.

 

Information on COC ECMO Registry & Requirements Please click HERE

Earth Control Measures Officer (ECMO) Registry

PIC: Mr Victor Tham

Emaill: victor.tham@iesnet.org.sg

Contact no.: 64611249 for further assistance.

 

COC ECM Course Information and Schedule Please click HERE

For those who are interested in the course, please email to request for the manual registration form.

 **Registration Closed**

Supported by:

**UTAP Funding & SFC Funding**

** Must read Information for SFC/UTAP claim, please click HERE**

Course Coordinator: Verline Chiam
Coordinator contact no.: 64639211
Coordinator e-mail:

 verline.chiam@iesnet.org.sg

Remarks:

-This course come with written exam on the same day itself, only upon passing will receive a Cert.

-Exam results will only be out in 6 weeks time.

-Only those who passed the exam can proceed to register to become ECMO.

-Once you get the Cert, you must register within 2years, else the Cert will expire.

-Fee inclusive of GST, course materials & light refreshments

-Limited seats available (first-come-first-served basis)

   

Yet to be allocated
Ref: IESA-P0000001-417
 
 

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