WASAN Vocational School recently received a visit from the Innova Junior College from Singapore as part of their 11-day visit to Brunei Darussalam, a press release stated.
Notably, this also marks the second time the college has visited the vocational institute since last November. There were a total of 26 delegates from the college, including instructors. The visit lasted for three hours.
Upon arrival, the guests were greeted by Wasan Vocational School’s Public Relation Officer, Mohd Mu’izzuddin bin Haji Mohd Nasir. Joining him in welcoming their Singaporean guests were four members of the school’s Student Council, and four photographers consisting of students from their Photography Club.
The guests were first led to the Conference Room, where Deputy Principal Loretta Lim was happy to once again welcome the college students to their school.
The students were then given a brief introduction about the school through a slide presentation and taken for a tour around the school.
The students and instructors of Innova Junior College were presented with the different sights, sounds, and the knowledge each of the four departments (Agrotech, Fisheries Studies, Food Science, and Applied Science) of Wasan Vocational School had to offer.
Many of the Singaporean students were captivated by different kinds of animals – from fishes to goats. The delegations learned how the instructors and students of the school work together in a unique brand of learning strategy.
The students from the Agrotech Department shared what they learned from their programmes and how it changed a lot of their views on animals as a whole, especially in the case of caring for them.
At the Fisheries Studies Department, the delegates were treated to a visit to the department’s “Wet Lab”, where they had the opportunity to see different kinds of projects the students were doing. Some of the students of Fisheries Studies were even more than happy to net some fishes for the visitors so they could get a closer look at some local marine life.
The Food Science Department welcomed the guests by offering them free samples of some of the delicacies that the students made.
The visit concluded with a promise from the delegation that they would visit the college again in the future.