Course Description

Basic Construction Orientation Course

  • Course Duration: 01 Month (100 Hours)

Certified Course in Construction Office Management

  • Course Duration: 03 Months (300 Hours)

Certified Course in Construction Site Management

  • Course Duration: 03 Months (300 Hours)

Diploma in Construction Engineering

  • Course Duration: 06 Months (600 Hours)

Course Development

The course we offer is designed within the institution and curated to be the most suitable for engineering candidates entering the constantly growing industry of construction. This training ensures that you excel as a professional who possesses the skills and knowledge that are benchmarked within international engineering practices. In achieving our goal of elevating students with merely pedagogical knowledge to professionals with practical experience, we further acknowledge the fact that motivation and inspiration are the primary necessities an engineer requires to flourish and become a success.

Each course AS APT offers will upgrade the knowledge of the candidates, enhance their skills, sharpen their aptitude, and brighten their future. On the successful completion of the course, the candidates will be placed before a certifying agency for examining their skill and awarding the credential certificates

Certifications offered by Professional Bodies

Certificate Issued by the Scientific and Technical Development Council (STED Council)

The STED Council is an autonomous body and a national level educational organisation registered since 2005 under the Government of Kerala and an Indian NGO under District Central, National Capital Territory (Govt. of N.C.T), New Delhi. It is certified by the Government of India and registered under the department of labour, Delhi and recognised by the ministry of MSME, Government of India, New Delhi. Registered under the NGO Partnership System, Planning Commission (Govt. of India). Regd. under TM Act-1999 Section 23(2) Rule 62(1) Class 41 by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion Controller General Patents Designs and TM No. 1491711 dated 2006 under Govt. of India and also accredited as Facilitation Centre under NIELIT (formerly DOEACC) Dept. of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of India

STED CERTIFICATION

Students who pass the final examination with 40% marks and over will be eligible to receive ISO 9001: 2015 certified course completion merit certificates with a mark list that is internationally designed with high security press by using imported papers and containing several security features such as a unique identification number to check the authentication, dynamic QR bar code, guilloche pattern/void pantograph, and a special kind of hologram with a punched stamp golden foil to avoid duplication and tampering.

The merit certificates issued by the STED COUNCIL are accredited and recognised by globally renowned consultants, institutions and quality management, and international accreditation organisations, thus making our certificate valid across the world and creating extensive opportunities for every graduate from our institute in the global job market. Our course/merit certificate is registered under the C.R Act 1957, MHRD, Department of Higher Education, Government of India and under the TM Registry, Chennai. Employment exchange registration all over India on behalf of the STED COUNCIL certificate

The certificate holder can apply for public or private sector jobs in India and abroad. Such certification will boost the chances of an already qualified/employed person and improve their candidature for better private/government jobs and skill-based jobs. Our certificates have received high credibility among employers in India and abroad, especially in the Middle East and other parts of the world. All certificates issued by the STED COUNCIL can be attested by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India and by the embassies of almost all countries

Eligibility requirements

  • Master/ Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering under any recognised university or Institute
  • 3 Yrs Civil Engineering Diploma under any recognised institute (Basic Construction Orientation Course)

Course Syllabus

OFFICE ENGINEERING
MODULE # MODULE DESCRIPTION
1. Quantity Surveying
2 Planning and Coordination
3 Contracts Management
4 Cost Control and Budget
5 Tendering and Rate Analysis
6 Resource Management and Inventory Control
7 Statutory Compliance
SITE ENGINEERING
8 Design Coordination and Document Control
9 Quality Assurance and Quality Control
10 Survey
11 Safety Health and Environment Management
12 Work Coordination and Project Reporting
13 Billing – Running Account/ Sub-Contract/ IPC/ Final
14 Contracts and Disputes Managment

Competency Matrix

Module 1 Quantity Surveying

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the requirements of construction projects, work breakdown, and comparative designing of structures, bill of quantities, units and measurements, brief and detailed specications, standard data and observed data, standards and accepted practices of QS and evaluation, preparation of measurement sheet/ book, quantity take-off from drawings, collection of market-rate, collection of resources, turnouts, rate analysis, estimates, charts, value engineering etc.

Module 2 Planning and Coordination

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the requirements of construction planning, schedule preparation such as WBS, calendars, working time, types and properties of activities, fixing durations based on their outputs, relations and linking, resource data, resource properties, resource assignment, resource levelling, milestones, PERT and critical path method, network diagrams, updating progress, decision making etc

Module 3 Contracts Management

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to comprehend the fundamentals of contracts management, such as understanding the various types of construction contracts, concepts and conditions of contracts, strategies to be adopted to benefits best from the contracts, contractual procedures such as serving notices, particulars, claims, follow-ups, correspondences and documentation in order to ensure that contractual entitlements such as extension of time, prolongation costs, variations such as extra items, added/altered/allied/substituted items, excess work change of scope, price adjustments and price escalations, eligible payments, additional claims and interests.

Module 4 Cost Control and Budget

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the fundamentals of cost control of construction projects, including BOQ, rate analysis, unit costs, preparation of budgets constituted by variable costs such as materials, machinery, and manpower along with time related/fixed costs such as overheads, salaries, infrastructure, taxes, finance charges etc. and monitoring the day to day costs incurred in order to understand the cost overruns on a real-time basis to adopt corrective actions and ensure the completion of the project within the limits of the budget.

Module 5 Tendering and Rate Analysis

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the fundamentals of making and quoting a tender for construction projects, different types of tenders and contracts, prequalification and eligibility, earnest money deposit and performance security, instruction to tenderers, general conditions of contract, special conditions of contract, international standards, pre-bid meetings, standards and accepted practices, tender drawings, bill of quantities, site visits and market-rate collection of resources, resource mapping, construction methodology, equipment costing, overhead calculation, and profits and taxes etc.

Module 6 Resource Management and Inventory Control

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the fundamentals of budget provisions, procurement, purchase, rental, hiring, lead time, loading, unloading and transportation, quality specifications, inviting bids, making comparative statements, Weightages and track record, prequalification, client feedbacks, negotiations, revised comparative statements, decision making and fixing, preparation and issue of work order, preparation and issue of purchase order, preparation of agreements, insurance, scope of work, liquidity damages, warranty, guarantee, defects liability period, coding, inventory analysis, inventory turnover, installation of inventory control, tracking and management systems, storage of resources, ware house layout and operation, Requisition for Resources, Transportation and Distribution, Minimum stock, Perishable Goods, Checking the Quantity & Quality of Goods, Goods Receipt Note, Damages, Return of Goods, Stocking, Stock updating & Stock checking etc

Module 7 Design Coordination and Document Control – Off-Site

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the fundamentals of document control, controlled processes and practices for the creation, reviewing, modification, issuance, distribution, and accessibility of documents, ISO 9001:2015, various domain interactions involved in the construction management viz., architectural, structural, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, fire and rescue etc

Module 8 Statutory Compliance

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the fundamentals of Rules of Land viz., NBC, KMBR, KPBR, KSPCB, KSEB, Aviation, etc.

Module 9 Quality Assurance and Quality Control

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the fundamentals of QA/QC, the combination of quality assurance, the process or set of processes used to measure and assure the quality of a product and quality controls. Furthermore, this module also extensively discusses the process of ensuring products and services meet consumer expectations, industry standards, Indian and international codes, field and laboratory tests and frequency of testing, and non-destructible testing, etc

Module 10 Survey

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the fundamentals of the technique, profession, and science of accurately determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional position of points and the distances and angles between them that is commonly practiced by licensed surveyors and members of various building professions. These points are usually on the surface of the Earth, and they are often used to establish land maps and boundaries for ownership, locations (building corners and the surface location of subsurface features), or other government-mandated or civil law purposes (property sales)

Module 11 Safety Health and Environment Management

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the fundamentals of the coordination of all health and safety aspects of construction projects, draft health and safety plans, verify any existing or proposed plans, comply with the relevant HSE construction regulations and requirements, ensure the health and safety of workers, decrease accident risks, improve onsite productivity, gain expert advice and recommendations for future safety maintenance, create a long-term safety culture, and ensure full compliance.

Module 12 Work Coordination and Project Reporting

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the fundamentals of the coordination of resources, equipment, meetings, and information and to enhance their knowledge regarding organising projects to ensure their completion in a punctual, within the budget, and quality-constraints adhering manner

Module 13 Billing – RA/ SC/ IPC/ Final

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the fundamentals of creating progress bills or interim payment certificates for the work undertaken.

Module 14 Contracts and Disputes

End state vision: This module is designed to develop the ability of the learner to understand the fundamentals of different types of contracts and disputes that are a common feature of the construction sector and can potentially have far-reaching impacts on the project in the form of costs, delayed completion, and opportunity costs. It will also shed light on dispute resolution techniques such as negotiation, non-adjudicatory third party intervention, adjudicatory dispute resolution, arbitration, dispute boards, expert determination, litigation, etc.