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Read up on the various training write-ups which have been extracted from our latest Training Guide Malaysia directory here.

Sources:
Training Guide Malaysia 9th Edition
Training Guide Malaysia 8th Edition
Training Guide Malaysia 7th Edition
Training Guide Malaysia 6th Edition

Key Personnel Section
Key Personnel serves as a record a and recognition of their personalities in the Malaysian Training Industry.

Messages of Support

Profiles of Trade Associations

9th Malaysia Plan for Education & Training
Malaysia’s real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the past 48 years has shown a marked improvement, having grown by an average of 6.5% per annum from 1957 to 2005. 1957 being the year of independence for Malaysia, the growth is considered one of the highest growth rates achieved by sovereign nations of similar age and size. During the same period, the country’s GDP per capita in current prices grew by 7% per annum. This means substantial improvements in the people’s quality of life. Widespread advances have been made in education, health, infrastructure and industry. With strong self-determination from the nation, a national identity and national pride have been forged. more»

Training at the Workplace
Generally speaking, employee training at the workplace is a company-planned effort to facilitate its employees’ learning of their job-related competencies. Training is a continuous performance improvement process undertaken by the company for their employees. Because training provides employees with knowledge and skills to perform more effectively, preparing them to meet the inevitable changes that may occur in their jobs, it can play a key role in helping companies gain a competitive advantage so that they can successfully deal with the competitive challenges. more»

Roles of Corporate Training in Developing Human Capital in Malaysia
The development of workers and enhancement of human capital has gained much attention over the years mainly because companies have come to realise its importance as a key factor for growth and business success. This is now so in a globalised and competitive world. Properly planned and effectively implemented programmes for the development of workers have resulted in higher productivity, better financial results and wealth creation for companies. more»

Technical & Vocational Education & Training (TVET) System
In Malaysia, the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system comprises some following components:
The Coordinating Body, Majlis Latihan Vokasional Kebangsan (MLVK) & National Skills Certification System; Training Providers – public institutions and private providers and TVET Programmes; Legislations for Training Activities; Funding more»


PSMB's Human Resources Development Fund
Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB) was established under the Ministry of Human Resources. When initially-formed in 1993, it was known as the Human Resources Development Council (HRDC) or Majlis Pembangunan Sumber Manusia (MPSM), but was later incorporated and known as PSMB. more»

Roles of MLVK, National Skills Certification Framework & NOSS
Majlis Latihan Vokasional Kebangsaan (MLVK), otherwise known as the National Vocational Training Council (NVTC) in English, was established under the Ministry of Human Resources Malaysia on 2nd May 1989 as a coordinating and certification body for vocational or skill training in Malaysia. more»

Public Skill Training Institutes-Providers of Technical & Vocational Education & Training for PMR/SPM Leavers
Due to an increasing demand for technical personnel at both professional and semi-professional levels in the manufacturing and industrial sectors, technical and vocational education has evolved from very basic skills training to one which encompasses high cognitive knowledge involving the applications of mathematics and the sciences. more»

Polytechnics & Community Colleges under the Ministry of Higher Education for SPM Holders
The Department of Polytechnic and Community College Education (DPCCE) under the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia is an organisation responsible for conceptualising policies and setting the direction for polytechnic and community college education to develop human capital in the technical, commercial and service sectors. In this chapter, we are featuring what the polytechnics and community colleges have to offer to the SPM school leavers. more»

Various Articles on Corporate Training

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Ministry of Human Resource, Malaysia Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad Malaysian Institute of Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (DSD) Institut Bank-bank Malaysia MAPS
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