Technical Engineer Diploma
Direct Entry Scheme to Polytechnic Programme (DPP)
Joint Intake Exercise 'N' (JIE 'N')
Joint Intake Exercise 'E' (JIE 'E')
Joint Intake Exercise 'O' (JIE 'O')
ISC Progression to Nitec
Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE)
Nitec Progression to Higher Nitec
ITE Early Admissions Exercise ( ITE EAE)
Nitec & ISC
Train The Trainer
Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ)
General Education Programme
Approved Training Centre (ATC)
Certified On-The-Job Training Centre (COJTC)
Replacement of Certificate
Replacement of Transcript or Statement of Results
Online Application for Module Certificate for full-time Higher Nitec and Nitec Early Leavers
Online Verification of ITE Certificates
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Top 5 Most Popular FAQs
What courses are available in the General Education Programme?
The General Education Programme offers part-time courses from S1N to S5N. Subjects include English Language, Mathematics, Science, Principles of Accounts, History, Geography, Literature etc. These courses are suitable for adult learners who seek to upgrade their qualifications up to the GCE 'N' or 'O' levels for skills upgrading and career opportunities. Courses are typically conducted from February/March to September/October, with lessons held once a week per subject.
In the General Education programme, how many subjects must I take to get a 'full' certificate for the GCE 'N' or 'O' levels?
Students will be issued a certificate for each sitting of the GCE 'N' or 'O' level subject(s), and there is no 'full' certificate requirement.
Are certificates awarded upon completion of the course?
You will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement at the end of the course if you attain an attendance of at least 75%.
How do I check that I have the entry requirements for the part-time
The entry requirements are stated at the ITE Website and in the ITE Part-Time Prospectus available at our Customer & Vistor Centres.
How do I apply for the course?
You may apply personally at the Customer Service Centres, by post or through the Internet. Details are at
(click on 'Application for Short Courses').
If you are unable to find an answer to your query, please email
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Institute of Technical Education