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Industrial Training
Supervisory Visit
 
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With the current semester underway, industrial training supervisory visits are also at its peak. On the 4th and 5th of August 2016, Technology College Sarawak (TCS) lecturers Dygku Nurul Atika, Nur Azri, Dayang Nor Zarina, and Priscilla Batai Gomez flew to Sabah on a two-day trip to visit TCS students who are currently undergoing their industrial training – otherwise known as internship.

This is followed by lecturer Siti Nur Zanah and Siti Raufa Sufrina’s trip to Sibu with the same objective of finding out the students’ progress at their respective placements. Other locations for supervisory visits include Kuching, Bintulu, Miri, Sri Aman, Mukah, and many more, most of which are scattered all over East Malaysia.

The purpose of the industrial training, which is a 20-week mandatory course that every UTM Diploma and Degree student takes, is to expose them to real work-life situations that give them the opportunity to observe, understand, and take part in, while simultaneously allowing them to utilize and practice the knowledge acquired from theoretical lessons in the classroom.

As TCS currently has more than 280 students undergoing their industrial training, the College will be seeing its lecturers heading out to begin the observation and assessment of the students, especially on their quality of work, technical and communication skills, commitment to the tasks assigned to them by their organisations, their adaptability to the new environment, as well as their discipline and work ethics.

At the end of the industrial training, the students will then present their report to their supervisors and a panel of evaluators from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM).
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