This programme, designed for engineers and technicians, gives you the tools to write clear and coherent technical proposals, and is especially beneficial if English is your second language.
You will be guided in the process of formulating a technical proposal through interactive and hands-on activities. These proposals will be based on your interests or issues that you face at your workplace.
Upon successful completion, you will be awarded a “Technical English for Engineers” Certificate from Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak.
This program is HRDF SBL-Khas Scheme claimable.
– Course objectives, course content, course modules and trainer information.
Upon completion of the programme, you will be able to:
You will be required to attend all 3 days of the programme where you will be guided from A to Z from researching a topic, to planning the work and finally writing the proposal. The topics covered during the programme include:
Researching and writing a project proposal
Finding secondary resources: Literature review
Paraphrasing and Summarising Skills, Referencing systems
Planning the work: Gantt chart
Writing a project report
– Trainer information.
Ms. Cassandra Lau has been teaching English for Specific Purposes for the past 10 years. She is currently teaching Innovation and Change and constantly challenging her students to think critically and innovatively. She has an M Ed (TESOL) from Deakin University.
– Admission requirements and application process.
To be eligible for this course, you need to be in an engineering profession, either as a technician or engineer, and be interested in problem-solving or proposing an innovative solution or idea.
As the main language of instruction is English, you will also be required to have at least basic proficiency in the language.