Unlock your potential with CREST’s Talent and Development programs. Seamlessly bridge the gap between academia and industry, nurturing undergraduates with industry-relevant skills and experiences for key E&E clusters.
As CREST clearly focuses on growing R&D in key E&E clusters through Industry-Academia collaboration, the Talent Development programmes are streamline into nurturing undergraduate talent to have the relevant skills and experience for these clusters prior to graduation.
Customisation of industry-relevant talent programmes to specific cluster and competency domain areas are an important element of our programmes where we facilitate to bridge the gap between the learning experience in classrooms with early exposure on industry-relevant skills and competencies via workshops, projects and lectures by industry experts.
Project based learning of industry specific skills are driven through The Great Lab where students from any discipline and year of study have the opportunity to develop their own ideas into Proof of Concept (PoC) by solving specific industry problems and challenges during their internship period. These industry problems and challenges are also made available for students to pursue their design projects, final year projects and even postgraduate research (MSc or PhD).
industry relevant graduates trained
new industry relevant MSc & PHD
academic based technopreneurs nurtured
The programme has 4 certification levels consisting Awareness (Level l), Technical Workshop (Level 2), Projects (Level 3) and Industry Lectures (Level 4).
Students can participate in various talent development programmes such as workshops, bootcamps, technical training, industry/lab visits and industry lectures that are co-delivered with CREST partners. Upon completion of each level, participants are awarded certificates under the CREST – Industry Certification Programme (IndCert).
A science, engineering and technology design competition where university and high school teams compete for the best innovation project award.
Identified university and high school teams from CREST talent workshops or bootcamps are awarded project seed fund in order to design and develop their ideas until Proof-of-Concept (POC) stage.
List of industry challenge statements are offered to university students as industry challenges as well as design, Capstone, final year, research or entrepreneurship projects.
A collaborative effort between CREST, the industry and universities to increase awareness and interest among high school students in STEM education and to promote job opportunities in the Electrical and Electronics industry.