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The Energy Industry Competency Framework (EICF), established in July 2013, is a joint collaboration between the Energy Department in the Prime Minister Office (EDPMO), the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the energy industry. The objectives of the EICF are to:

  • Define the competencies required to perform jobs and roles in the workplace (Energy Industry);
  • Create alignment between training providers and industry requirements; and
  • Increase employability by up-scaling the skills obtained (by locals) to increase the number of Bruneians to work in the Energy Industry.

Please visit website EICF or contact Energy Department for further details.


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Energy Industry Competency Fair


The Energy Industry Competency Fair is an event jointly organized by the Energy Department, Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of Education in collaboration with the oil and gas industry in Brunei Darussalam.

The main objective of this Fair is to promote careers in oil and gas industry as well as vocational programs related to the industry. This endeavour is one of the activities under the Energy Industry Competency Framework (EICF) which aims to increase the required expertise for critical occupations in the industry.

During the Energy Week 2014, the Energy Industry Competency (EIC) Fair will exhibit the EICF programmes such as the Industrial Skills Qualification (ISQ) and the Higher National Technical Certificate (HNTEC), the career paths for each of the respective careers under EICF, engage with Career Role Models as well as the opportunity to engage with the Registered Technical Organisations (RTOs) as well as the oil and gas companies.

Visitors will also enjoy various interactive activities and also view live work demonstrations.

It is hoped that the close cooperation that has led to this Fair will lead to beneficial opportunities for our youth and for the country to produce quality human resources and to generate employment opportunities for locals. It is also hoped that the collective commitment and collaboration between the Government and the private sector will be further continued as this contributes to the objectives stated in Vision 2035.