Wednesday, 20th June 2018,7:30:08pm

PAM Professional Practice Course (PPPC) 2018

The PAM Professional Practice Course (PPPC) is a course offered by PAM, developed from the past and current programs in response to on-going issues within the architectural professional practice, building legislation and regulations, and contract administration. The course consists of 6 Modules run over a period of 6 weekends and each module conducted by at least two experienced facilitators. PPPC focuses on issues closely related to Part III Professional Examination especially on the topics that have been highlighted as challenging to the candidates.

Participants for Intensive Workshop are expected to have the basic body of knowledge and will be conducted on problem/solution based, highlighting on the complexity of the topics. The Intensive Workshop prioritized candidates who are taking LAM Part III Exam 2018. The titles indicated in the program are subject to variants by the respective facilitators.

The PPPC mode of delivery are lectures, workshops and in-class assignments. There will be an assessment for each participant based on the following criteria :

  1. Attendance, participation during the workshop, and in-class assignment.
  2. Program
Date Module
30 June & 1 July 2018 M01: Professional Legislation & Professional Bodies & Architect’s Role in Society
7 & 8 July 2018 M02: Architect’s Practice
14 & 15 July 2018 M03: Building Legislation & Regulation – Construction Permit
21 & 22 July 2018 M04: Building Legislation & Regulation – Fire Safety
28 & 29 July 2018 M05: Building Legislation & Regulation – Housing Development Act & Strata Titles
5 & 6 Aug 2018 M06: Building Contract Administration: Architect’s Practice

Time: 9.00am – 6.00pm (Saturday and Sunday)
Venue:

  • PAM Centre, Jalan Tandok, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.
  • PAM Northern Chapter, Penang.
  • PAM Southern Chapter, Johor Baru.
  • PAM Sabah Chapter, Kota Kinabalu.
  • PAM Sarawak Chapter, Kuching.

* Venue and schedule are subjected to change / subject to a min. no. participants for each module at each centre : 15