SITizens Learning Credits


This module aims to provide participants with applied knowledge and skills on the broad range of technologies and multi-disciplinary integrative strategies. This knowledge is necessary to implement more intelligent power systems of the near-future, which can be more resilient, energy-efficient, cyber-secure, interoperable and can accommodate higher penetration of renewables while enhancing the electrification experience of consumers.

The technologies include sensing & instrumentation, communications and machine intelligence, which are crucial to making power networks smart, regardless whether the power networks are large or small, grid-connected or standalone. Before the Smart Grid becomes ubiquitous, it is also important to understand cyber-security issues and implement processes to address them at the early stage.

Teaching Team

What You’ll Learn

Applied Cyber Security in the Smart Grids
  • Hacking the Smart Grid: Attack vectors motive; Target identification; Vulnerability; Attack tools and methods; Privacy concerns; Personal data; Privacy risks associated with smart grids; Privacy impact assessment; Security models for SCADA, ICS and Smart Grid: NISTIR 7628, EU M/490, SGCG, IEEE 2030-2011, ISA-62443; Mapping security requirements to smart grid environments;
  • Securing the Smart Grid: Implementing security control within Smart Grid endpoints; Establishing strong boundaries and zone separation; Protecting data and applications; Situational awareness; Case study: defending against Shamoon; Securing the supply chain in Smart Grid; Future of cyber security considerations and countermeasures;
Integration, Interconnection and Interoperation in the Smart Grids
  • Interconnection and interoperability of distributed energy resources with associated electric power systems; IEEE 1547 Standard; Conformance test procedures;
  • Monitoring information exchange; Control of distributed energy resources; New requirements for ride-through; Interoperability requirements; Microgrids and islanding operations; Power quality requirements; Impact studies;
Sensing, Communications and Intelligence in the Smart Grids
  • Smart Grid communication; Power system information theory; Communication architecture; Wireless communication; Demand response; Advanced metering infrastructure; Smart power transmission system; Wide area monitoring; Networked control; Distribution automation – protection coordination, self-healing; Standards.
  • Machine intelligence in the Grid; Computing models for smart grid; Machine-to-machine communication; State estimation and stability; Distributed state estimation; Phasor measurement unit; Synchrophasor applications; Future of Smart Grid; Future microgrids and nanogrids; Emerging technologies;

Who Should Attend

  • Engineers working in power and energy sector;
  • IT Professionals in any power and energy-related businesses;
  • Electrical and electronic engineering professionals;
  • Researchers and educators in electrical engineering and urban sustainability-related areas;

SITizens Learning Credits (SLC) - Eligible Course

SIT Alumni: Before registering for courses, please activate your SITizens Learning Credits via the email sent by SIT Alumni Team, on behalf of SITLEARN Professional Development.

Registration Closed.


  • Bachelor degree in Engineering
  • At least one-year of relevant working experience

Certificate and Assessment

A Certificate of Participation will be issued to participants who
  • Attend 75% of the module
  • Undertake the Continuous Assessment
A Certificate of Attainment will be issued to participants who:
  • Attend at least 75% of the programme, and
  • Participants who pass the Continuous Assessment and Exam Paper will earn 6 ECTS credits, which are stackable for PGCert or MSc qualifications.

Continuing Professional Development

This module is eligible for the following continuing professional development units:


Lesson Class Timings
(Mondays, 7pm to 10pm)
Lesson 1 11 Jan 2021
Lesson 2 18 Jan 2021
Lesson 3 25 Jan 2021
Lesson 4 1 Feb 2021
Lesson 5 8 Feb 2021
Lesson 6 15 Feb 2021
Recess Week 22 Feb 2021
Lesson 7 1 Mar 2021
Lesson 8 8 Mar 2021
Lesson 9 15 Mar 2021
Lesson 10 22 Mar 2021
Lesson 11 29 Mar 2021
Lesson 12 5 Apr 2021
Exam Week 13 & 14

In the event a course date falls on a public holiday, the trainer will make alternative arrangements in consultation with the students.


Category Full Fee After SF Funding After SF Mid-Career
Enhanced Subsidy
Singapore Citizen (Below 40) / Singapore PR $3,447.54 $1,034.26 Not Eligible
Singapore Citizen (40 & above) $3,447.54 $1,034.26 $389.86
Non-Singaporeans $3,447.54 Not Eligible Not Eligible

  • All figures include GST. GST applies to individuals and Singapore-registered companies.
  • You can opt for either SF Series Funding or Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy. Both cannot be combined.

» Learn more about funding types available

Terms & Conditions:

SkillsFuture Funding
To be eligible for the 70% training grant awarded by SkillsFuture, applicants (and/or their sponsoring organisations where applicable) must:
  1.  Be a Singaporean Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident
  2.  Not receive any other funding from government sources in respect of the actual grant disbursed for the programme

SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy To be eligible for the 90% enhanced subsidy awarded, applicants (and/or their sponsoring organisations where applicable) must:
  1.  Be a Singaporean Citizen
  2.  Be at least 40 years old
  3.  Not receive any other funding from government sources in respect of the actual grant disbursed for the programme

Union Training Assistance Programme (UTAP)

This is a Union Training Assistance Programme (UTAP) supported course. If you are an NTUC member, you can enjoy 50% unfunded course fee support for up to $250 each year for courses supported under UTAP. Terms and conditions apply.

SIT reserves the right to collect the balance of the programme fees (i.e. the potential grant amount) directly from the applicants (and/or their sponsoring organisations where applicable) should the above requirements not be fulfilled.

SIT reserves the right to make changes to published course information, including dates, times, venues, fees and instructors without prior notice.

Course Series

Find out more about the Modular Certification Courses - Electrical Power Engineering (EPE)

These modules are stackable towards a Postgraduate Certificate in Electrical Power Engineering (PGCert EPE) or can be taken individually as a single module as follows:

  • EEE6001 Power Systems Analysis and Control
  • EEE6002 Power Electronic Conversion
  • EEE6003 Electrification for Transportation and Built Environment
  • EEE6004 Power Systems Fault Analysis and Protection
  • EEE6005 Power Quality and Reliability
  • EEE6006 Smart Grids and Cyber Security
  • EEE6007 Analysis and Design of Electrical Machine Systems
  • EEE6008 Condition Monitoring in Power Engineering
  • EEE6009 Energy Resources, Market and Economics
  • EEE6010 Professional Practices in Power Engineering

Each module carries 6 ECTS credits which are stackable for graduate qualification of PGCert EPE. Candidates who pass any of the above 4 modules (totalling 24 credits) with a CGPA of 2.5 or more will be awarded the Postgraduate Certificate in Electrical Power Engineering (PGCert EPE) by SIT. All the above modules are subsidised by SkillsFuture Singapore. Eligible individual may enjoy up to a maximum of 5 subsidised modules.

The above modules have been renamed from EPE60XX to EEE60XX for modules starting from Sep 2019. There is otherwise no change in stackability towards the Postgraduate Certificate in Electrical Power Engineering

SITizens Learning Credits

Key Info

Venue SIT@NYP, 172 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Singapore 567739
Time 07:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Date 11 Jan 2021 (Mon) to
19 Apr 2021 (Mon)
Registration is Closed.

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