Professional Sharing Series (PSS)
Launched in February 2004, PSS aims to promote a dynamic exchange of environmental knowledge between NEA and the public sector, as well as industries, academics, and businesses. PSS is a knowledge-sharing platform where SEI periodically brings in professionals across various fields to share their expertise and perspectives on environmental issues. Topics that have been covered range from emerging environmental technologies and management approaches, to good environmental practices and environmental awareness.
Notice of SEI’s transfer of Radiation Safety Courses to the Republic Polytechnic (RP) and the Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP)
As part of our continuous effort to enhance the training delivery of SEI’s industry courses, the following radiation safety courses would be transferred to our new training partners to leverage their expertise in teaching, curriculum design and training facilities. The transfer includes customised or dedicated training for corporate clients. The new arrangements shall take effect from 1 Apr 2019.
For more details on course schedule and registrations, please go to the respective polytechnic’s website.
|Training Partners||Radiation Safety Courses Offered ||Website ||Contact Person/Details for Enquiries and Course Registration |
|Republic Polytechnic ||1. Basic Ionising Radiation Safety (General) Course, including customised courses|
2. Basic Ionising Radiation Safety (Industrial Radiography) Course, including customised courses
3. Basic Ionising Radiation Safety (Security Screening)
|Click here for more firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ngee Ann Polytechnic ||1. Basic Laser Radiation Safety Course, including customised courses ||Click here for more information.||enquiryCET@np.edu.sg |
Other courses offered by our training partners:
|Training Partners||Other Courses Offered||Website||Contact Person/Details for Enquiries and Course Registration|
|Singapore Polytechnic||1. Environmental Control Officers (ECO) Course||Click here for more information.||6772 1288|
| || 2. Environmental Control Coordinator (ECC)|| Click here for more information.|
500 Dover Road
Singapore 139651 Email: email@example.com
|3. Environmental Infection Control and Management in Non-Healthcare Premises||Click here for more information.||6772 1288|
|Institute of Technical Education||1. ITE-NEA Joint Certification in Pest Management|
2. ITE-NEA Joint Certification in Pest Control
|Click here for more information.|
Click here for more information.
|1800 2222 111|
|3. Swimming Pool Maintenance & Operation||Click here for more information.||1800 2222 111|
In supporting NEA’s strategic thrust of profiling and sharing Singapore’s environmental expertise, SEI actively seeks to foster environmental capacity building and development on a regional and international scale. Besides facilitating bilateral technical exchanges, SEI regularly organises technical assistance training programmes for the ASEAN region as well as for small island developing states.
SEI does this in partnership with international organisations such as:
- Asia Development Bank (ADB)
- Asian Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Network (AECEN)
- British High Commission
- Cities Development Initiative for Asia (CDIA)
- Clean Air Initiative-Asia (CAI-Asia)
- Colombo Plan Secretariat
- Deutsche Gesellschaft Für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ)
- French Embassy
- Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF)
- Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
- Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)
- Royal Norwegian Embassy
- Thailand International Cooperation Agency (TICA)
- United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
- United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO)
- World Health Organisation (WHO)
SEI’s international programmes showcase Singapore’s experience in maintaining a clean and sustainable environment. They have enabled foreign delegates to gain practical knowledge and tools in applying sustainable solutions back home. Since SEI’s inception, it has conducted more than 520 programmes for over 10,000 government officials. These were mostly done under the auspices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ (MFA) Singapore Cooperation Programme (SCP) training framework.