Tajikistan:  Managing a Modern TVET Institution - The Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) Experience (for Leaders)

1 to 5 March 2021


Mr Shopulodov Alisher (Deputy Director of Technical Vocational Construction Lyceum in Dushanbe):

“The latest technologies at NYP were very interesting.”


Ms Pirzoda Savriniso (Deputy Director of Project Administration Group):

“The design of the program was perfect and comprehensive; and covered all aspects of the TVET and education.”


Ms Shokirova Marifat (Specialist of Project Administration Group):

“The program is well managed.  Students Engagement Strategies and Academic Quality Assurance were most beneficial to me.”


Bhutan:  Strategic Development & Management of TVET Institutions

1 to 5 February 2021

Dr Cheki Dorji (President of College of Science and Technology):

“Teaching Factory Concept and overall TVET Reform of NYP are most interesting and beneficial to me.”


Ms Tshewang Peldon (Principal of IZC Thimphu):

“It was an enriching program especially the dialogue sessions with the former Principal, Mr Chan Lee Mun.  All topics are well covered.”


Mr Sangey Tenzin (Vice Principal of Punakha Central School):

“Staff reprofiling, people engagement and academic quality assurance were most interesting and beneficial to me.”


Mr Jamyang Tashi (Jigme Namgyel Engineering College):

“It was great listening to the best practices at Nanyang Polytechnic International.  It would be more interesting if all participants could visit NYP and Singapore and it would really help when we start to work on reform work in Bhutan.”


Ms Tashi Lhamo (TTI Khuruthang):

“The program was enriching and I would personally like to attend the lifelong learning course such as social skills.  Staff reprofiling, capability development, assessment and student development should be increased.”


Mr Sangey Pasang (College of Science and Technology):

“The program enlightens my understanding of Teaching Factory Concept.”


Mr Ugyen Namdel (Paro College of Education):

All the topics were useful and wonderful.  Learned a lot.” 


TVET Leaders Program

for Directorate of Technical Education, Ministry of Education, Bangladesh

12 to 18 October 2018

Newaz Hossain Chowdhury, Senior Assistant Secretary (Private Secretary to the State Minister), Bangladesh Ministry of Finance & Ministry of Planning:

“All the topics covered in the training program are well designed and very helpful for me. We need more collaboration with NYP to enhance and improve our TVET system in Bangladesh.”


Innovation in Teaching and Learning Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

Specialist Teachers Program

for Department of Science and Technology, Philippines

3 to 21 September 2018

MS. Elizabeth M. Perfecto, Curriculum and Learning Management Division Chief, Department of Education Regional Office:

“The STEM program has been very organised. The speakers are well prepared, enthusiastic and friendly. The topics of sharing are very interesting and engaging. The focus to different places which are related to the STEM program are fantastic and overwhelming. The experience is GREAT!  THANK YOU NYP. We hope to be with all of you in future training.”


Innovation in Teaching and Learning Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

Specialist Teachers Program

for Department of Science and Technology, Philippines

3 to 21 September 2018

Mr. Paul Randy P. Gumanao, Head of Chemistry, Philippines Science High School Soccsksargen Region Campus:

“There is excellent facilitation of the training activities. The staff are very generous and approachable. The topics are relevant for the enhancement of my skills as a teacher of STEM. The pacing of the training is also very conducive to learning as we were given enough time both for work and for rest.”


Innovation in Teaching and Learning Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

Heads of Department Program

for Department of Science and Technology, Philippines

18 to 29 June 2018

Mr. Carlo Chris S. Apurillo, Chief of Curriculum and Instruction Division, Philippines Science High School,  Eastern Visayas Campus:

“The STEM program was truly excellent. I learned many things which we can apply in our practices later. The schedule was good as it allowed us to be exposed to almost all pedagogies and research practices of NYP. Thank you very much!”


Train-the-Trainers Program on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

for Ministry of Education & Culture, Indonesia

3 to 23 March 2019

Ms. Dwi Arisma W., Teacher of SMK Muhammadiyah 7 Gondanglegi:

“The most benefited topics are Flipped-learning and Engaging in Millennial Generation. As a teacher of secondary school, we have to know how to engage our students according to the era.”


Train-the-Trainers Program on Big Data Analytics and Cyber Security

for Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education (MORTHE), Indonesia

12 August to 6 October 2018

Prof. Nove Eka Variant Anna, Airlangga University (Information Management):

“The program is well organized and prepared. Everything goes on schedule and internal hands-on is very good and useful. We can easily use and bring home.”


Urban Public Health Leaders Programme for Ministry of Health, Indonesia

26 to 30 August 2019

Mrs Roostiati S. Wanda, Center for Human Resources Health Training, Board for Development and Empowerment Human Resources of Health:

“The content of the training was comprehensive. NYP gave us an introduction to healthcare training and education in Singapore, inter-professional education, rapid curriculum adjustment and update, developing lecturer competencies, and market oriented education. We learnt about the overall situation in social protection models, especially regarding healthcare landscape, medical insurance, social assistance, long-term care, and more. The theoretical knowledge was closely combined with practical work.


Public Health Care Leaders Programme for Ministry of Public Health, Thailand

3 to 7 September 2018

Miss Siriporn Chudjuajeen, Boromarjonani College Of Nursing, Suphanburi:

“As the participant in this program, I have learned an excellent provided resources from experienced speakers. I have some benefits from learning and visiting the healthcare center to maximise my ideas to improve and share with changing with my colleagues in the near future through my proposed project.”

For International Training, Capability Development and Capacity Building Programmes, please contact:

Ms Esther Bay, Director

Tel: (65) 6550 0094


Mr Chua Gim Peng, Senior Manager

Tel: (65) 6550 0031


For Application of Full-Time Diploma Courses:

NYP’s Information & Service Centre, i@Central

Tel: (65) 6451 5115