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ITE College Central (ITE CC) (former Name; ITE East Network) is a vocational institute and a name of the former ITE East Network division of the Institute of Technical Education. By 2013, a single campus will be built in the new town of Ang Mo Kio to replace its five smaller network campuses as part of ITE's "One ITE System, Three Colleges" plan.

Mission: To Create Opportunities for School Leavers and Adult Learners to Acquire Skills, Knowledge and Values for Lifelong Learning in a Global Economy.

College Focus: A College of Creativity and Innovation.

Desired Outcome: Creative Learners, Innovative Workforce.

There are five network campuses in ITE College Central:

  • ITE College Central (Balestier Campus)
  • ITE College Central (Bishan Campus)
  • ITE College Central (MacPherson Campus)
  • ITE College Central (Tampines Campus)
  • ITE College Central (Yishun Campus)

CCAs

Personal Empowerment

  • St John Ambulance
  • Library Club
  • Photography Club
  • Greenery Club
  • Culinary Club
  • Lion Dance

Technological Enrichment

  • Facility Technology Club
  • Business & Services Club
  • Electronics Club
  • Info Com Club
  • Mechatronics Club
  • Mechanical Engineering Club
  • Design and Media Club

Sports Development

  • Archery
  • Athletics
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Billiards
  • Bowling
  • Fitness
  • Floorball
  • Netball
  • Outdoor Adventure Club
  • Sepak Takraw
  • Skatesports
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Karate
  • Wushu
  • Silat
  • Taekwando
  • Rock Climbing
  • Swimming

Arts & Cultural Enrichment

  • Centre for Music and the Arts (CeMTA)
  • Arts & Craft

Entrepreneurship Development

  • Entrepreneur Club
  • Co-op Shop

Community Service Engagement

  • Community Service Club
  • Interact Club


ITE College Central (Bedok Campus) (ITE CC-BK) Edit

ITE College Central (Bedok Campus)
Former name ITE Bedok
Established 1979
Closed 2010
Campus Manager Ms Song Eng Eng
Type Public
Location 71, Chai Chee Street Singapore 468981
Homepage http://www.ite.edu.sg/college_central/bk/

Known by many as "ITE Bedok", the campus was built in 1986 in Chai Chee Estate. Bedok Campus had facilities for engineering and designing. The campus was later selected to move into the ITE College West campus in 2010.

Courses

  • Nitec in Building Drafting (Architectural)
  • Nitec in Building Drafting (Civil and Structural)
  • Nitec in Building Services Technology (Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration)
  • Nitec in Building Services Technology (Mechanical and Electrical Services)

ITE College Central (Bishan Campus) (ITE CC-BS) Edit

ITE College Central (Bishan Campus)
Former name ITE Bishan
Established 1994
Campus Manager Mr Tan Thiam Siew
Type Public
Location 21, Bishan Street 14 Singapore 579781
Homepage http://www.ite.edu.sg/college_central/bs/

It used to be known as the National Institute of Commerce and located at Prince Edward Road. The institution became part of ITE and established themselves as ITE Bishan in 1994.

Courses

  • Nitec in Product Design
  • Nitec in Service Skills (Retail)
  • Nitec in Service Skills (Office)
  • Higher Nitec in Accounting
  • Higher Nitec in Business Studies (Administration)
  • Higher Nitec in Business Studies (Event Management)
  • Higher Nitec in Early Childhood Education

Facilities

  • Auditorium
  • Basketball Court
  • Dance Studio
  • Entrepreneurship Room
  • Etiquette and Grooming Studio
  • Field
  • Fitness Room
  • Gym
  • Library
  • Multi-Purpose Court
  • Multi-Purpose Hall
  • Printing and Photocopying Services Room
  • Retail Training Shop
  • Street Soccer Court
  • Student Hub

ITE College Central (MacPherson Campus) (ITE CC-MP)Edit

ITE College Central (MacPherson Campus)
Former name ITE (East) MacPherson
Established 2001
Campus Manager Ms. Song Eng Eng
Type Public
Location 201, Circuit Road Singapore 379498
Homepage http://www.ite.edu.sg/college_central/mp/

Before the Singapore Technical Institute (STI) was absorbed into ITE, the campus was known as STI Circuit Road Campus. The campus was demolished and rebuilt as part of the ITE 2000 Plan.

Courses

  • Nitec in Digital Animation
  • Nitec in Info-Communication Technology
  • Nitec in Multimedia Technology
  • Nitec in Mechatronics (Automation Technology)
  • Nitec in Mechatronics (Medical Technology)
  • Nitec in Electronics (Computer and Networking)
  • Nitec in Electronics (Instrumentation)

ITE College Central (Tampines Campus) (ITE CC-TP) Edit

ITE College Central (Tampines Campus)
Former name ITE (East) Tampines
Established 1998
Campus Manager Mrs. Lim-Sin Moy Luang
Type Public
Location 2, Tampines Street 92 Singapore 528889
Homepage http://www.ite.edu.sg/college_central/tp/

From its beginning as STI Aljunied Campus, ITE East (Tampines) was part of a five-million dollar ITE 2000 plan to improve itself. Most of its training facilities were donated by companies.

Courses

  • Higher Nitec in Advanced Manufacturing
  • Higher Nitec in Electronics Engineering
  • Higher Nitec in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
  • Higher Nitec in Information Technology
  • Higher Nitec in Mechatronics Engineering
  • Higher Nitec in Mechanical Engineering
  • Nitec in Digital Media Design (Digital Video Effects)
  • Nitec in Digital Media Design (Interactive Media)
  • Nitec in Space Design (Architecture)
  • Nitec in Space Design (Interior and Exhibition)

ITE College Central (Yishun Campus) (ITE CC-YS) Edit

ITE College Central (Yishun Campus)
Former name ITE (East) Yishun
Established 1998
Campus Manager Ms Dorothy Chew
Type Public
Location 20, Yishun Avenue 9 Singapore 768892
Homepage http://www.ite.edu.sg/college_central/ys/

Courses

  • Higher Nitec in Aerospace Engineering
  • Higher Nitec in Marine Offshore Engineering
  • Nitec in Aerospace Technology
  • Nitec in Aerospace Avionics
  • Nitec in Automotive Technology (Heavy Vehicles)
  • Nitec in Electronics (Wafer Fabrication)
  • Nitec in Electronics (Computer and Networking)
  • Nitec in Electronics (Wireless LAN)
  • Nitec in Communications Technology

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