'Shaping minds, developing skills'


The MYPART programme seeks to produce disciplined and skilled individuals who can make meaningful contributions to society.

It is a residential three (3) year programme which acts as a form of social intervention and involves Military and Vocational Training. The National Energy Skills Center (NESC) has for many years been actively involved in the MYPART.

In June 2012 the overall administration of the programmes was shifted from the Ministry of National Security to the NESC through the then Ministry or Teritary Education and Skills Training (MTEST).

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Contact MYPART: For more information on MYPART please send and email to ckhan@nesc.edu.tt.
MYPART Cadets at Graduation

MYPART's Objectives

The MYPART programme seeks to address the increasing despondency of youth from diverse backgrounds who are often referred to as "At Risk Youth".

It is geared toward providing a safe, structured and regulated environment in which training, certification and most critically, positive character development can occur.

Phases of MYPART

Phase 1: Induction Training

This phase lays foundation for the cadet's training and is conducted over a period of three (3) months. It provides the cadets with the basic competencies and social skills that are necessary to function in a quasimilitary environment. It includes military discipline, customs, traditions, leadership and life skills.

Phase 2: Academic & Pre-Technical Vocational Training

This phase conducted over a period of nine (9) months, equips the cadet with the pre-requisite academic foundation and attitude to be enter the technical/vocational training phase. Phase 2 includes training in social and communication skills and an orientation to technical skills at the NESC. In addition the cadet is introduced to several sporting disciplines and a Family Support Group. Completion of this second phase concludes the first year of training.

Phase 3: Skills Training and Development

This phase is conducted over a period of two (2) years where the cadet enters into skills training at a specified institution (the NESC). At this stage the cadets are also introduced to other extracurricular activities ranging from community service, environmental maintenance, culinary duties, kitchen gardening, etc. In addition, the cadets would also be periodically evaluated and monitored for shortcomings and recommendations made for remedial training.