Training the students and graduates of vocational institutes and intermediate diploma holders spiritually for the church service. They are also trained scientifically, intellectually, and psychologically develop their skills and qualifications (professional and technological qualifications) to cope with the requirements of both the current and the future job market and for the service of their society and country.
Raising the spiritual, scientific, intellectual and cultural levels through:
a. Updated and simplified curricula: Including intellectual, spiritual and scientific knowledge.
b. Developed teaching methods: Depending on self-learning or participating in workshops to acquire technical and everyday life skills.
c. Qualified teachers: To teach the updated curricula and apply the educational methods, which highlight the talents of the students or the graduates enrolled, or allows for the discovery of these talents while they are being taught, or through the workshops and discussions.
d. Theoretical and practical choices: Ensuring that these students and graduates, after finishing these courses, have actually acquired theoretical knowledge, practical skills, daily life skills and technological skills, which qualify for the job market requirements.
The students and graduates of technical diplomas and intermediate institutes
Delivering a spiritual curriculum, along with applicable sciences to students and graduates of technical diplomas and intermediate institutes to develop them spiritually, scientifically and culturally. Improving their financial lives by equipping them with life skills to boost their chances to find jobs, if unemployed, or be promoted to higher positions with better salaries.