GoGet’s vision to empower gig talent meets pandemic induced shift in Malaysia’s job market
Francesca Chia sees a day when it is normal to have multiple employers Ultimately, goal is to bring gig work to same level as full time employment
Futurise unveils drone sports centre of excellence
Futurise Sdn Bhd (Futurise) has officially announced the launch of the National Academy for Drone Sports Excellence (AKSADRON), located in Kuantan, Pahang.
Tencent Cloud, KinderWorld to develop smart campus in SEA
Tencent Cloud collaborates with KinderWorld International Group in the areas of smart campus development, innovation and digitalisation, as well as training development in the education sector in Southeast Asia.
airasia academy, Google in push to educate SMEs
airasia academy, (formerly known as Redbeat Academy), announced a collaboration with Google Malaysia as part of its BINA Digital programme initiative to provide free digital courses for small and medium local enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia.
JLL launches talent programme to support S'pore real estate industry
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.
TCS Malaysia Expands Jobs Creation and Graduate Training Programme
Listed 400 high-skilled jobs, including cybersecurity specialists, cloud engineers Hired 100 fresh grads across 4 intakes via its Initial Learning Programme during pandemic
Grab, Microsoft to upskill Malaysian drivers, delivery partners
Grab and Microsoft announce partnership in Malaysia with training and development programmes designed to empower driver and delivery partners with digital skills.
MTDC, SG Akademi ink MoU to develop drone tech, talent
Both parties will collaborate in capacity building, training and tech development in IoT and drone technology.
Microsoft Azure Women in AI Programme now opened in Malaysia
The program sponsors women data scientists for certification training in a bid to decrease the gender gap in artificial intelligence
Top in Tech: Wrong leadership structure cripples Malaysia’s TVET
TVET would strongly benefit from being industry-led, not by bureaucrats Crafted by industry, curriculum would be more relevant, costs cut by half