Mr. Lim Samon
Manager of Power Plant, TELECOM CAMBODIA
Hello everybody! I’m Lim Samon. I am now working as a Manager of Power Plant at TELECOM CAMBODIA. I graduated Master Degree of Electricity Engineering at NTTI in 2009. I’d like to share some ideas related to the training in NTTI.First of all, I find that, the process and quality of training at NTTI is very good. NTTI has an up-to-date curriculum which meets the requirement of the labor market. The curriculum has adequate hours for theory and real practice work.
Miss. Hak Sereyen
Sales Engineer (Civil Engineer), Kampot Cement Co., Ltd.
The first impression that I see about NTTI is its campus and environment. NTTI has a big land area and good view that was attracted me very much. I find it’s a good place to learn because it’s far from the main street and the place is silent enough for studying.
After gaining some significant information, I decided to study at NTTI for the following reasons:
First of all, NTTI has an up-to-date curriculum extracted from many developed countries in the world such as Australia, Singapore, the United States, etc.
Mr. Khat Lom
Site Engineer, The Phnom Penh Tower, amco
Well, my name is Khat Lom. I graduated from the National Technical Training Institute in 2008 in the field of Civil Engineering. I am currently working as a Site Engineer at amco Construction Company for the project of The Phnom Penh Tower, 22. In my opinion, the learning environment at the NTTI is great. The classroom is very comfortable and modern, equipped with modern learning and teaching equipments such as Overhead Projector, LCD. The laboratory is full of modern experimental equipments, and the computer labs are equipped with high-speed computers, which help students a lot in their learning. The lecturers and staff are friendly and helpful. They always help us when we are in trouble and encourage us to study hard. Moreover, the campus is big and clean.