The programmes offered at RETI

RETI programmes are Diploma and Degree. These programmes are highly industry oriented and accredited by Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA). Thus we believe our programmes will be suitable for all students who wish to pursue tertiary education. The areas of specialisation are:

  • Diploma in Maritime management
  • Diploma in Nautical Studies
  • Diploma in Marine Cargo Surveying
  • Diploma in Marine Engineering
  • Diploma in Offshore Engineering
  • Diploma in Logistic & Supply Chain
  • Diploma in Culinary Arts
  • Diploma in Occupational Safety & Health
  • Diploma in Integrated Management System
  • Bachelor Degree in Management

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Maritime Sector

Maritime is most everything connected to the sea or waterways throughout the world, especially in relation to navigation, shipping and marine engineering. The industry has a direct impact on much of our everyday lives.

THE maritime sector of Malaysia contributes about 40 per cent to the gross domestic product. Petronas is the biggest contributor at 14.5 per cent and the fisheries sector at 9.4 per cent. The remaining 15 per cent comes from the services sector, maritime-related industries and tourism.

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Oil & Gas Sector

The energy sector is a category of stocks that relate to producing or supplying energy. The energy sector or industry includes companies involved in the exploration and development of oil or gas reserves, oil and gas drilling, and refining.

There are over 3,500 oil and gas companies in Malaysia, including national and international oil entities, independents and firms specialising in services and manufacturing. This has created an extensive network of participants in both the services and manufacturing segments to support the needs of the oil and gas value chain, both domestically and regionally.

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Logistics Sector

Logistics refers to the overall process of managing how resources are acquired, stored, and transported to their final destination. … The term is now used widely in the business sector, particularly by companies in the manufacturing sectors, to refer to how resources are handled and moved along the supply chain

The logistics industry in Malaysia has evolved in recent years, underpinned by strong growth enablers such as better logistics infrastructure, increasing freight volumes and a structural growth in e-Commerce.

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Hospitality Sector

The hospitality industry is part of the service industry and is comprised of 5 major sub-sectors which include lodging service, food and beverage service, events, tourism & transportation. At the core the hospitality industry concerns itself with providing products and services to people which assist in recreation and supporting the well-being of people. It includes different activities, which main goal is to provide a service and customer’s satisfaction.

In Malaysia, the hospitality industry has experienced a definite increase consistent with the growth of the global hospitality industry in recent years. In our country, the hospitality industry has become the major pillars of the national economy.

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Occupational Safety and Health Sector

Occupational health and safety (OHS) are areas or workplace aspects that involve the health, safety and welfare of employees in a working environment and in their working activities. The establishment shall ensure that the core elements of OSH program are integrated in the company OSH program such as management commitment and employee involvement, workplace risk assessment, hazard prevention and control, safety and health training and education, and OSH program evaluation.

In Malaysia, the Occupational Safety and Health Act is an Act which provides the legislative framework to secure the safety, health and welfare among all Malaysian workforce and to protect others against risks to safety or health in connection with the activities of persons at work

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Business Sector

A business sector comprises various companies that produce goods and services in the economy. Companies purchase inputs from factors markets and sell their output to goods and services markets.

There is more than one way to classify businesses by sector. Some economists divide businesses by corporate, government and nonprofit organizations. But most prefer to divide the economy into three broad sectors: primary, secondary and tertiary.

  • the primary sector (producing raw materials)
  • the secondary sector (carrying out manufacturing)
  • the tertiary sector (providing sales and services)
  • the primary sector (producing raw materials)
  • the secondary sector (carrying out manufacturing)
  • the tertiary sector (providing sales and services)
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