SCHOOL OF LIFE 2022
PETRONAS School of Life (PSOL) is back!
With the success of our first year's program in 2021 (read our PSOL 2021 report here), we are coming back bigger and more exciting in 2022!
3 Key UPGRADES to PSOL this year:
PSOL will be hosted onsite in respective institutions every month
PSOL will be opened to up to 100 students per class.
PSOL will involve both CORE and General Participants to provide a maximum impact for those who want to learn more.
What is PSOL?
PSOL is a community project by PETRONAS Carigali Brunei Ltd (PCBL) in collaboration with Curious Mind to educate Youth on the essential life skills beyond the classroom. PSOL will be conducted once a week for 3 hours over 4 weeks for each module.
In 2022, the program is designed to harness the essential leadership skills for the post COVID Era with the following focuses:
1. Adaptability & Problem Solving capability
2. Leadership & Communication skills to influence others
3. Social Responsibilities to impact the community.
Read our FAQ here!
Apply for YOUR Free Scholarship here!
Launching Ceremony | 5 Aug 2022
Mr Johan Ariff Supian Country Head PETRONAS Carigali Brunei Ltd Opening Address
Presentation of Scholarship Certificates to Institution Representative by Guest of Honour, YM Dr Hj Azman bin Ahmad Permanent Secretary, MOE (Higher Education)
VIP Guests Dr Hazri bin Hj Kifle, VC, UBD Mr Johan Ariff, Country Head, PCBL GOH, Dr Hj Azman, Permanent Secretary, MOE HE Dato Raja Reza, Malaysian High Commissioner Hj Zakaria bin SEruddin, Permanent Secretary, MCYS Pg Hj Jamra Weira, Deputy Permanent Secretary, DoE
Guests and Students @ the launch of PETRONAS School of Life
Shaun Hoon Program Curator Introductory Remarks
PETRONAS Carigali Brunei Ltd Team with GOH
"The topics are important especially for the young generations nowadays, because it is so relatable."
Nurul Amalina Ashikin binti Ali
"The workshop has a transformative capability especially on one’s mindset, how you perceive others and the world around us."
Educator & Artists
"Very good workshop in which the topics delivered are not taught in class."
Hj Mohd Fadzillah Bin Hj Abdullah
Senior Officer, Ministry of Education
"It inspired me a lot since I am from a broken family, it gave me courage and understand more, makes me stronger!"
Cosmopolitan College Student
"The snakes and ladders analogy puts life into perspective (a genius one too!). This example helps me to identify my ‘snakes and ladders’ in life. I agree that some people are born privileged to have certain ladders lined up for them, thus ranking them higher ups. But as we know in life, they’re even bound to stumble upon their snakes along the way as well. Each of us may have different ‘snakes’, but in the end its how our attitude would help us, either to bounce back or just dwell deeper and further in the situation."
Dk Nurun Najeebah Tashim
"I really enjoyed the part where we were split into different groups and were able to discuss about being "in their situation" (of different adversity scenarios). It really helped me think in a different way.
Ever since I joined the workshop, the way think has changed 180°. My point of view and the way I approach others have also improved."
Nurafiqah @ Syasya binti Abdullah Asmalina
Cosmopolitan College Student