The Office of Industrial Liaison manages activities that are related to the technical and managerial development of students. It involves the placement of students in a career-related industrial environment, where they are employed on a full time basis and are expected to develop and hone specific engineering competencies.
The fundamental objective of Industrial Training is to adequately prepare students for employment in their chosen field of study. It helps to nurture a student's growth, enhance university- industry relationship and expose the student to technology and management techniques among other critical areas of development.
Industrial Training is an organized way of improving and enhancing attitude, knowledge and skills of students. Faculty holds responsibility to produce students with sufficient technical, professional and managerial background and assure its constituents that their industrial formation is suitable for the technical environment.
Mr. Anil James- Industrial Liaison Officer
Ms. Verlyn Klass- Dean
Mr. Basheer Khan- Asst. Dean
Dr. Anna Perreira (Architecture)
Mr. Jomo Gill (Electrical Engineering)
Dr. Kofi Dalrymple (Civil Engineering)
Mr. Elena Trim (Mechanical Engineering)
Ms. Verlyn Klass (Petroleum & Geological Engineering)
Ms. Shion Norton (Architecture)
Mr. Mahendra Kanhai (Electrical Engineering)
Mr. Maxwell Jackson (Civil Engineering)
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING DOCUMENTS
Industrial Training is important for making an engineering student work ready. Some of the main instrument used in the industrial training process are listed below and are available for download immediately below this page.
Industrial Training Application Form
Industrial Training Exemption Form
Daily Log Book
Monthly Progress Report
Quarterly Performance Appraisal Form
Industrial Training Final Report
Policy Document for Industrial Training
EXEMPTION FROM INDUSTRIAL TRAINING
A student seeking exemption from Industrial Training (IND 3000 or IPD 4000) is required to submit a completed application via e-mail (to email@example.com) at the earliest opportunity. The application for exemption form can be downloaded below this page.
Current students are advised to submit an application for exemption upon completion of the Associate of Science Programme.
STUDENTS ON INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (2018-19 and 2019-20)
Please see pdf file below (in attachments) for list of students who completed Industrial Training in academic year 2018/2019. The current batch (2019/2020) of students information is also shown.
For additional information, please contact:
Industrial Liaison Officer
Room TC-2, Faculty of Engineering & Technology.
Ms. Timetra Lord
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– Benjamin Franklin