MDEC has announced the third installment of the Let’s Learn Digital, an upskilling programme covering a wide array of digital tech courses.
By end 2022, 700 Malaysians will have received training and job placement Partnership with Khazanah over Malaysia Short-Term Employment Programme 2022
EY says the majority of Malaysian businesses are prepared to live with Covid-19 (86%) and are prioritising technology adoption in the immediate term (77%) as they fast track their adaptation to the new normal.
MDEC, LinkedIN sign MoU to further enhance the digital presence of businesses and develop digital talents for Malaysia.
JLL announced the launch of its USD$1.91 mil (RM5.93mil) Future Skills programme aimed at creating a strong local talent pipeline and advancing career opportunities for Singaporeans.
Both parties will collaborate on talent development and talent enhancements initiatives with the goal of improving graduate marketability
Workers must be equipped for shift in skills demand in job market Need to resolve glaring gap between talent graduating & digital skills sought
“In times such as these, resting on our laurels is not an option and continuous learning is crucial,” said President of RedBeat Ventures, Aireen Omar.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad believes that Malaysia Inc2.0 depends on all sectors of the country working together to achieve national development goals and a more robust economy.
Career management platform JobKred has officially launched, saying it uses big data to help individuals “find the right career, learn the right skills, and get the right jobs.”