Two Bruneian students have visited Cambodia for the ASEAN Moving Project

Two students from the Brunei Institute of Technical Education (IBTE) left for Cambodia yesterday to participate in the ASEAN-ROK Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Mobility Program in Brunei.

’HNTec in Electronic and Communication’ student Mohammad Iqmal Wafi bin Nordani and 'HNTec in Building Service Engineering’ student Hazif bin Haji Kefli will receive 83 days of training and study at Preah Kosomak Polytechnic.

In an interview with the media, Mohamed Ikmal Wafi said he hopes to use his software programming knowledge at the Cambodian school and gain more experience in the field.

„The language barrier will be a challenge for us as classes are often held in Khmer, the Cambodian language, rather than English,” said Mohd Ikmal Wafi.

He also said that he was encouraged to apply for the program by his teacher and was selected because of his participation in academic and co-curricular activities at school.

IBTE Satellite Campus Acting Principal Dr Suhaimi bin Haji Abdul Wahab welcomed the students at the Brunei International Airport.

The project, which is fully supported by the ASEAN-ROK Cooperation Fund, aims to reduce skills gaps in priority occupational skills in Southeast Asia. The mobility program consists of theory and practical classes and four weeks of on-the-job training at host institutions. – Lena Mohammed. Borneo Bulletin

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