SIGNATURE COURSES

INTEGRATED PUBLIC PROJECT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION (3PAB)

 

Brief Introduction

In 2014 INTAN introduced a new course Pensijilan Pengurusan Projek Awam Bersepadu (Integrated Public Project Management Certification) course or 3PAB, aimed at improving public officers’ knowledge and skills in the field of project management. This initiative was in line with the Public Service Department's (PSD) Transformation Programme that calls for a comprehensive and high impact project management course specifically designed for public officers as recommended in the annual Auditor General’s Report. This course is conducted in collaboration with the Economic Planning Unit (EPU), Implementation Coordination Unit (ICU) of the Prime Minister’s Department, Public Works Department (PWD), MARA University of Technology (UiTM) and Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB).


3PAB was designed as an integrated course employing a variety of methods for teaching and learning, through which participants are evaluated before certification can be awarded. 3PAB’s training methods incorporate lectures, case studies, simulations, site visits and project placements. For project placement, participants are assigned to various ministries/departments/agencies or PWD’s projects, where they are to prepare a formatted analysis of the projects while being monitored and evaluated by appointed supervisors. 3PAB is conducted in two modes, that is modular and a four-week course.

 

Module

The course consists of 26 modules covering the entire cycle of public project management as well as general modules.

Phase 1: Identify and prepare the project based on programme output

  1. Concept of Development Planning and Preparation of Master Plan in Malaysia
  2. Project Financing
  3. Selection of Site Project and Land Management
  4. Project Identification using the Logical Framework Approach (LFA)

Phase 2: Feasibility study

  1. Feasibility Study: Technical & Design Analysis
  2. Feasibility Study: Economic & Market Analysis
  3. Feasibility Study: Environment Analysis
  4. Feasibility Study: Financial Analysis

Phase 3: Evaluation, selection and approval

  1. Project Brief
  2. Project Risk Management
  3. Value Management

Phase 4: Project Activation

  1. Management of Tender Document
  2. Contract Management
  3. Project Scheduling
  4. Contract Management from Attorney General’s Chamber Perspective

Phase 5: Implementation and monitoring

  1. Project Scheduling and Monitoring Using Microsoft Project 2010
  2. Project Regulatory (Contract Administration)
  3. Project Monitoring
  4. The Role of CIDB in the Malaysian construction industry

Phase 6: Evaluation and feedback

  1. Project Hand Over
  2. Outcome-Based Project Evaluation

General modules:

  1. Introduction to Project Management
  2. Project Governance
  3. Work Ethics & Values
  4. Integrity in Project Management
  5. Project Management From Auditor General’s Perspective
  6. Application of Project Management System: e-Perolehan and SPP II