| Wani Roslan |
RIMBA Secondary School (SMR) in collaboration with the Counselling and Career Guidance Unit at the Ministry of Education (MoE) organised a ‘Career Exploration and Path Programme’ at the school’s multipurpose hall and library recently.
A total of 155 Year 11 students attended briefing sessions organised by government and non-government agencies, while Year 7 to Year 10 students visited career exhibits learn about career planning.
Parents of Year 11 students also attended the briefing.
Participating agencies included the Royal Brunei Armed Forces, Royal Brunei Police Force, Prisons Department, Institute of Brunei Technical Education, Kemuda Institute, Cosmopolitan College of Commerce and Technology, Laksamana College, Micronet International College, Kolej International Graduate Studies, Brunei Darussalam Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Fire and Rescue Department, and Ministry of Health.
The programme’s main objectives were to provide knowledge on courses offered by higher institutions in the country; to help students choose careers based on academic qualifications; to raise awareness on the importance of academic achievement and assist parents and teachers in guiding students to achieve their ambitions.