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On 24/10/2014, you requested the version in force on 24/10/2014 incorporating all amendments published on or before 24/10/2014. The closest version currently available is that of 15/10/2011.
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SECOND SCHEDULE
Course of Training and Practical Experience

Part i

Approved Persons

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Class of Licence
 
Course
 
Practical Experience
1.
Class 1 general builder’s licence
 
A course leading to a Bachelor’s degree or post-graduate degree in any field.
 
At least 3 years (in aggregate) of practical experience in the execution of construction projects (whether in Singapore or elsewhere) after attaining the qualifications in the second column.
 
 
A course leading to a diploma in a construction-related field.
 
At least 5 years (in aggregate) of practical experience in the execution of construction projects (whether in Singapore or elsewhere) after attaining the qualifications in the second column.
 
 
A course conducted by the Building and Construction Authority known as “Essential Knowledge in Construction Regulations and Management for Licensed Builders”.
 
At least 10 years (in aggregate) of practical experience in the execution of construction projects in Singapore.
2.
Class 2 general builder’s licence
 
A course leading to a diploma in a construction-related field, or a Bachelor’s degree or post-graduate degree in any field.
 
At least 3 years (in aggregate) of practical experience in the execution of construction projects (whether in Singapore or elsewhere) after attaining the qualifications in the second column.
 
 
A course conducted by the Building and Construction Authority known as “Essential Knowledge in Construction Regulations and Management for Licensed Builders”.
 
At least 8 years (in aggregate) of practical experience in the execution of construction projects in Singapore.
3.
Specialist builder’s licence for a class of specialist building works
 
A course leading to a diploma in a construction-related field, or a Bachelor’s degree or post-graduate degree in any field.
 
At least 3 years (in aggregate) of practical experience in the execution of construction projects (whether in Singapore or elsewhere) after attaining the qualifications in the second column.
 
 
A course conducted by the Building and Construction Authority known as “Essential Knowledge in Construction Regulations and Management for Licensed Builders”.
 
At least 8 years (in aggregate) of practical experience in the execution of construction projects in Singapore.
Part ii

Technical Controllers

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Second column
 
Third column
Class of Licence
 
Course
 
Practical Experience
1.
Class 1 general builder’s licence
 
A course leading to a Bachelor’s degree or post-graduate degree in a construction-related field.
 
At least 5 years (in aggregate) of practical experience in the execution of construction projects (whether in Singapore or elsewhere) after attaining the qualifications in the second column.
2.
Class 2 general builder’s licence
 
A course leading to a diploma in a construction-related field, or a Bachelor’s degree or post-graduate degree in a construction-related field.
 
At least 5 years (in aggregate) of practical experience in the execution of construction projects (whether in Singapore or elsewhere) after attaining the qualifications in the second column.
3.
Specialist builder’s licence for a class of specialist building works
 
A course leading to a Bachelor’s degree or post-graduate degree in the field of civil or structural engineering from a recognised institution.
 
At least 5 years (in aggregate) of practical experience in the execution of specialist building works of that class (whether in Singapore or elsewhere) after attaining the qualifications in the second column.
Note: In this Schedule, unless the context otherwise requires —
“construction-related field” means the field of architecture, civil or structural engineering, mechanical or electrical engineering, construction or project management, quantity surveying or building science, facilities or estate management;
“recognised institution” means —
(a)
the National University of Singapore;
(b)
the Nanyang Technological University; or
(c)
any other university that is specified by the Commissioner in the Authority’s Internet website http://www.bca.gov.sg.