The main objective of the establishment of CETA is to provide an institution of further learning which is niche to the petroleum and Oil & Gas industry with the intent to produce quality “industry ready” graduates. It is also the aim of the institution to create a capable oil and gas resource centre in Miri, Sarawak, for worldwide requirements, thus creating job opportunities for locals, especially those who did not excel in their secondary education.
To achieve its objectives, CETA will:
offer programs of apprenticeship to produce graduates that have the skills, knowledge, and competencies that meet the needs of Oil & Gas industries;
practice and infuse in our students the highest standards of health, safety, and environmental awareness;
manage the content, quality, design and continuous innovation of its academic programs in a manner that creates and sustains a reputation for institutional excellence and earns local, regional and international accreditation;
provide programs of study leading to relevant fields and foster the creation and dissemination of knowledge that is pertinent to the needs of industry and enriches the academic programs of CETA;
provide professional outreach and continuing education programs that serve the on-going needs of practicing professionals;
operate as a center of excellence for education and professional service that interconnects globally with regional and international industrial constituents, and with international partners in education and professional societies;
It is also the objective of CETA to change the negative societal perception and low image usually associated with skill-based careers, as these career paths are perceived to be pursued only by those who could not excel academically. With this program offered by CETA, it seeks to give greater recognition to the skilled workforce which it rightly deserves in view of its important contribution to the national economy and the Malaysian society of today as a whole.
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Lot 10170, Block 10, Kuala Baram Land District (KBLD), Jalan Pujut 7, 98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia (O) : Tel - 085 – 664600 / 664009 (Fax) : 085 – 620168 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org