TVET students on what it’s like...


“I chose the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) pathway because of my interests. Skills training is easier for me to understand as it is hands-on rather than theory-based. This means I am able to spot my mistakes easily during training and learn from them. It is a more effective way of learning. TVET is attractive because it focuses on a specific path while we are still in school. This allows students to have a clear direction about their career prospects and only focus on the field they are studying. I’m studying electrical technology and I like the part where we have to test each type of wire – live, neutral and earth – that we instal to avoid installation error. It’s interesting because I learn that every step leads to the final outcome and a mistake can have dire consequences.”

Kolej Vokasional Keningau, Sabah, student Zurainnizah Omar, 17

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