Institute of Brunei Technical Education

The Institute of Brunei Technical Education (Malay: Institut Pendidikan Teknikal Brunei; abbreviation: IBTE) is a post-secondary institution providing technical and vocational education in Brunei. IBTE was created on May 27, 2014[3] from the merger of the Department of Technical Education and seven technical and vocational schools nationwide.[4]

Institute of Brunei Technical Education
Institut Pendidikan Teknikal Brunei
Institute of Brunei Technical Education logo.png
Motto in English
Inspiring Bruneians Towards Excellence
TypeVocational
Established2014[1]
ChairmanRomaizah Salleh[2]
CEOZamri Sabli[2]
Location,
CampusSultan Saiful Rijal, Nakhoda Ragam, Mechanical, Business, Jefri Bolkiah, Sultan Bolkiah & Agro-Technology
Websiteibte.edu.bn

InstitutionsEdit

Since 2016, the seven schools under IBTE have been restructured into two cluster of schools, namely IBTE Central and IBTE Satellite.[5] The schools have also been renamed so as to reflect better their merger under one umbrella institution, taking up the terms 'IBTE' and 'Campus' as part of the new names.[6]

Cluster Name Name Former Name Location (District)
IBTE Central IBTE Sultan Saiful Rijal Campus Sultan Saiful Rijal Technical College Brunei-Muara
IBTE Nakhoda Ragam Campus Nakhoda Ragam Vocational School
IBTE Mechanical Campus Mechanic Training Centre
IBTE Business Campus Business School
IBTE Satellite IBTE Jefri Bolkiah Campus Jefri Bolkiah College of Engineering Belait
IBTE Sultan Bolkiah Campus Sultan Bolkiah Vocational School
IBTE Agro-Technology Campus Wasan Vocational School Brunei-Muara

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ministry of Education, Brunei Darussalam - Post Secondary Education". moe.gov.bn. Retrieved 2016-06-26.
  2. ^ a b IBTE. "IBTE : Institute of Brunei Technical Education - Inspiring Bruneians Towards Excellence". ibte.edu.bn. Retrieved 2016-06-26.
  3. ^ "Post Secondary Education". Ministry of Education, Brunei Darussalam. Retrieved 2016-06-26.
  4. ^ "eProspectus". Institute of Brunei Technical Education. Retrieved 2016-06-26.
  5. ^ "IBTE restructures school networks". The Brunei Times. Retrieved 2016-06-26.[permanent dead link]
  6. ^ "IBTE Network of Schools". Institute of Brunei Technical Education. Retrieved 2016-06-26.

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