Why you need to attend
Singapore’s 3rd Green Building Masterplan has identified the need to measure the environmental impact of buildings through its carbon footprint. The BCA Green Mark scheme will thus introduce the reporting of embodied carbon as a criteria for new buildings.
SGBC’s Singapore Green Building Product (SGBP) labelling scheme will be supporting the changes to the BCA Green Mark scheme by including the carbon emissions of building products as a key criterion for assessing the environmental performance of products.
Jointly organised by SGBC and BCA’s Centre for Sustainable Buildings and Construction (CSBC), the course is specially designed for the Building Industry. It provides an in-depth understanding of the carbon footprint of buildings and the products and materials therein. The course will impart the skills to enable participants to assess the environmental impact of their buildings and products. Delivered through both classroom and hands-on practice, participants will learn robust and reliable methodologies in compliance with international standards to effectively communicate environmental performance of building projects and products.
THE CARBON EXPERTS
Dr. Song Bin is a Senior Scientist at SIMTech. He leads a team of researchers on Sustainability and Lifecycle Management. He is also an expert in the ISO TC207/SC7 on ISO/TS 14067 development and related standards. His current research focus is on carbon, energy and resource efficiency management in manufacturing operations. In recent years, he has initiated and led many projects on life cycle assessments for multi-national as well as small and medium sized companies. He holds a B.Eng. in mechanical engineering from Northeast University, China, and a PhD in mechanical engineering from Queen Mary College, University of London.
Mr. Ng Ruisheng is a Senior Research Engineer at SIMTech and one of the pioneers in providing carbon footprint consultancy services for organizations. Recognized in his field, he has been invited as a speaker for a number of
sustainability-related events and has published widely in the area of sustainability. Mr. Ng has received a number of awards such as the MTI and A*STAR Borderless Award in 2011and the SIMTech Merit Prize in 2008 for his contributions in sustainability-related research and initiatives. He has an MBA (Distinction) from University of Birmingham and a B.Eng. (Hons) in computer engineering from NTU.
DR. JONATHAN S.C. LOW is a Scientist at A*STAR SIMTech. He received his B.Eng. (Hons) and M.Eng.Sc. from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia, and his Ph.D. from the National University of Singapore (NUS). Over the years, Dr Low has been involved in numerous R&D and consultancy projects, and actively publishes in the field of sustainability. He has received a number of awards for his contributions, such as the SIMTech Award (2008), A*STAR Graduate Scholarship Award (2009), A*STAR Borderless and MTI Borderless Awards (2011). Dr Low’s current research focuses on developing decision support tools for managing resource efficiency.
Course Dates / Times
- 12 & 13 Jan 2016 ; 2 & 16 Feb 2016 – 9.00am to 5.00pm
- 21 Jan & 23 Feb 2016 – 9.00am to 1.00pm
Gallery @ AGC Asia Pacific, 460 Alexandra Road, #32-01 PSA Building
1) The course fee is $4,000 before WDA funding & GST
2) Singaporeans and PRs are entitled 70% funding of course fee from WDA
3) Enhanced SME funding support of 90% of the course fee available for companies with at least 30% local shareholding AND annual sales turnover of <$100 million or with less than 200 staff strength
Register Online: http://skyapps.scei.a-star.edu.sg/KTOCourseRegistration//
For enquiries, please contact:
Registration Enquiries – 67325518 or email@example.com
WDA & SME Funding – 6793 8430 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Organised by: Singapore Green Building Council
Developed by: SIMTech
Funding Agency: WDA