Demand for urban infrastructure and services is expected to grow strongly, with infrastructure investments in developing Asia projected to be US$20 trillion (S$28.5 trillion) from 2016 to 2030¹. The ISCA Infrastructure & Project Finance Qualification (ISCA IPFQ) is developed with inputs from industry experts and leads to the conferment of the ISCA Infrastructure & Project Finance Professional (ISCA IPFP) credential.
¹Report of The Committee on the Future Economy, 2017
Overview of Qualification
Launched in July 2019, the qualification aims to reduce the barriers of entry for individuals entering job roles within the infrastructure and project finance industry through structured training, and hence enhancing productivity for enterprises.
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ISCA Infrastructure & Project Finance Professional (ISCA IPFP) Credential
Upon completion of all modules, ISCA IPFQ graduates who have acquired at least three years of recent and relevant work experience in infrastructure and project finance-related fields can apply for ISCA Associate membership, subject to meeting the prevailing membership admission requirements, and be conferred the ISCA Infrastructure & Project Finance Professional (ISCA IPFP) credential.
ISCA is offering a one-off grandfathering scheme until 31 December 2020 in recognition of experienced infrastructure and project finance professionals. Please click here for more information.
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