KUCHING, Jan 7: Sarawak Timber Industry Development Corporation (STIDC), through its wholly-owned subsidiary company, Sarawak Design Centre (Saradec), intends to offer design-based subjects for the future intakes of SayD’SignerSarawak.
Saradec intends to expand its collaboration with other higher learning institutions.
Yesterday, the company conducted a briefing session for the top management team led by Miri Community College director Hazatta Morshidi.
The briefing, conducted by Saradec chief executive officer Dayang Nena Abang Bruce, which 32 final year students also attended, received a positive response and showed great interest from the top management and students to participate in Saradec’s Sarawak Young Designers Programme.
The Sarawak Young Designers (SayD’SignersSarawak) programme is a training programme developed by STIDC in collaboration with Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) and Fakultas Seni Rupa dan Desain (FSRD) of Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Bandung Indonesia since 2018.
Thirty-two fresh graduates from Unimas have been trained, with 21 completing the two-year training programme.
Effective January 2022, the programme is being implemented by Saradec Management Sdn Bhd. ― DayakDaily