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12th September 2019 – 14th September 2019

Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education (FPTV), UTHM.

Around 149 first-year students from the Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education (FPTV)

The Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education (FPTV) of the Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) complemented the Bachelor of Vocational Education (ISMPV), undergraduate students in driving the TVET needs of the country by implementing the Teacher-Build (BIGV) program on 12 until 14 September 2019.

The BIGV program was one of the obligatory attendance (HW) programs implemented by FPTV as an initiative to place TVET’s importance in mainstream education with the aim of producing sustainable quality TVET graduates. The program involved the participation of 194 first-year ISMPV students for three days and two nights in FPTV. According to the BIGV Program Coordinator, Mrs. Noorazman Abd Samad, the program was covered three types of modules namely (1) Lecture and theory; (2) Physical and camping; and (3) Community and spiritual services. This module also covered various aspects to ensure that FPTV students are formed from the beginning of the study so that the TVET student character can be better polished.

For the closing ceremony, the organizer held the Yasin Reading Session with the community at Parit Jelutong mosque and a religious talk entitled “If This is My Last Day” delivered by the UTHM Mosque Imam, Ustaz Abdul Aziz Ahmad.