As part of Webezact Institute policy on financial aids to newly admitted trainees, to enable them take up their offer of admission into the training programmes, Management approves the award of full tuition as well as 50% discount as scholarship on tuition in all the programmes. To qualify for the award, each candidate applying for admission MUST take the online CBAT assessment and score 60% and above to qualify. Successful awardees will be granted full tuition scholarship or be allowed to pay 50% of the tuition fee for the programme applied for.

This assessment test is for all those that wish to be trained as Automotive or Electrical/Electronic Systems Technician that will be trained based on the pedagogy of 70% practical and 30% theory in the field of Automotive Technology and will be able to diagnose and fix problems associated with electrical and mechanical systems in modern day cars and light trucks or install, repair and maintain household electrical and electronic appliances, computer hardware and solar power for the 3, 6 and 12 months training programmes.

Each candidate will be expected to answer 50 questions in 30 minutes in which he/she needs to score 60% and above in order to qualify for the scholarship award.

Terms and Conditions Apply.

Training in an Automobile Technology programme involves gaining hands-on experience working with brake systems, heating and cooling systems, engines, electrical systems, steering systems and transmissions. In general, trainees will learn how to install, maintain, repair and replace automotive parts as well as able to fix electrical and mechanical issues in modern cars and light weight trucks.

To qualify for award of 50% discount on tuition for this programme, candidates will be expected to answer 50 questions in 30 minutes and score 60% and above.

Terms and Conditions Apply.


This training provides participants with the knowledge, ability and skill to install, alter, repair and maintain all types of Electrical/Electronics Systems, Household Appliances, Computer Hardware & Solar Power Installations.   It also covers the principles of hazardous area classification, explosion – protection techniques, equipment installation requirements, inspections, procedures for breakdown and maintenance with theory and practical components.

To qualify for full tuition scholarship award for this programme, candidates will be expected to answer 50 questions in 30 minutes and score 60% and above.

Terms and Conditions Apply.