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Project Manager Development

Certified Construction
Manager (CCM)

Introduction ObjectiveAccreditation RequirementsApplicantMode Of AccreditationProgram OutcomeOther Information

Program For Industry

Introduction Objective

To realise the success of a construction project, the industry needs competent project managers. It is in recognition of this need that the industry, through CIDB, developed the Construction Industry Competency Standard (CICS) for Construction Managers. The CICS for Construction Managers was developed on Level 5 of the National Occupational Structure. Those who have been evaluated as competent, having achieved sufficient knowledge and skills will be awarded with a Level 5, Construction Skills Competency Certificate.

The Construction Managers Accreditation Program’s objective is to allow the Malaysian Construction Industry accreditate competent construction managers through an accreditation means that is in line with the MALAYSIA CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD ACT 1994 (Act 520) (Amendment 2011) and the Construction Industry Transformation Program (CITP).

The objectives for the Construction Project Manager certification program are:

  • To accredited construction managers serving in the Malaysian construction industry as Certified Construction Managers.
  • To render support for the initiative of elevating the Malaysian construction manager’s competency towards a global level.
  • To back up the implementation of the CIDB Act, Part VII – Section 33(1) in the registration of Certified Construction Managers.
  • To record and store certified construction managers data in a single data base.

Accreditation Requirements

Categories Minimum Academic Qualification Years of Experience in related construction field
Mode I(a) Mode I(b) Mode II (RPLE)
1 Registered Professional (e.g Ir., Ar., Sr.) 3 5
2 Degree in Project Management, Construction Management and construction related field 3 5 5
3 Bachelors Degree in Construction Management and construction related field 3 6 6
4 Bachelors Degree in non-consruction related field 5 7 8
5 Diploma in Construction Management and construction related field 5 8 8
6 Diploma in Non-construction related field 8 10 10
7 Certificate in construction related field 10 12 12
8 Malaysia Skills Certificate Level 5 in construction related field 10 12 12
9 School Leavers (SPM, SRP, etc.) 10 15 15

Applicant

Accreditation is now open to all construction personnel/individual who are directly or indirectly involved in construction management who fulfil eligibility requirements for application and accreditation.

Accreditation Method

The Certified Construction Manager Program (CCM) is implemented in three (3) assessment modes:

  • Mode I(a) – Training & Assessment,
  • Mode I(b) – Assessment only, and
  • Mode II (RPLE) – Accreditation via Level of Education and Experience (Recognition Prior Learning and Experience, RPLE).

The Modes and their Assessment processes are as follows:

Categories Minimum Academic Qualification Years of Experience in related construction field
Mode I(a) Mode I(b) Mode II (RPLE)
1 Registered Professional (e.g Ir., Ar., Sr.) 3 5
2 Degree in Project Management, Construction Management and construction related field 3 5 5
3 Bachelors Degree in Construction Management and construction related field 3 6 6
4 Bachelors Degree in non-consruction related field 5 7 8
5 Diploma in Construction Management and construction related field 5 8 8
6 Diploma in Non-construction related field 8 10 10
7 Certificate in construction related field 10 12 12
8 Malaysia Skills Certificate Level 5 in construction related field 10 12 12
9 School Leavers (SPM, SRP, etc.) 10 15 15

Successful candidates having passed through any mode will be accredited with a Level 5 Construction Skills Competency Certificate (CSCC) with the accredited Certified Construction Manager’s (CCPM) duties and responsibilities printed on the reverse of the certificate. Subsequently, a Certified Construction Manager is required to update his registration details with the Board.

Program Outcome

The learning modules that have been developed are:

Module (M) Module Name
Module 01 (M01) Fundamentals of Construction Management Competencies
Module 02 (M02) Tendering Management
Module 03 (M03) Site Mobilisation Management
Modul 04 (M04) Construction Planning and Implementation
Module 05 (M05) Cash Flow Management
Module 06 (M06) Construction Quality Management
Module 07 (M07) Safety and Health Management
Module 08 (M08) Environmental Protection Management
Module 09 (M09) Project Personnel / Staff Management
Module 10 (M10) Construction Materials Management
Module 11 (M11) Construction Labour Management
Modul 12 (M12) Sub-Contractors Management
Modul 13 (M13) Plant & Machinery Management
Modul 14 (M14) Sundry Construction Management Duties
Modul 15 (M15) Site Office Management
Modul 16 (M16) Contract Administration
Modul 17 (M17) Project Handover Management

Other Information

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Technology

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Quality

Environmental Sustainability

Construction Information

Global Mission

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