Budget 2022 and the JobStreet Business Springboard to create more business, employment opportunities for Malaysia
Govt, business, workforce need to move in tandem to enhance competitiveness Higher TVET allocation shows recognition as critical change agent in 4IR era
Aerodyne and Federation of Malaysian State Skills Development Centre Work Together on National Talent Initiative
Expected to hit 2k youths in 2 years, first batch of 200 trainees across five states Developing young talent equipped with knowledge and capabilities are critical
TVET would strongly benefit from being industry-led, not by bureaucrats Crafted by industry, curriculum would be more relevant, costs cut by half
Capabilities on par with Germany, US in delivering IR4.0 projects Penang CM sleeps easy thanks to talent pool’s manufacturing prowess
At BETT Asia 2017, the Malaysian education minister spoke about preparing our children for their future.
Digital entrepreneurship knowledge is now more accessible to Malaysian micro-entrepreneurs.
Celcom has signed an MoU with MDeC which will see it becoming the digital partner for the latter’s eUsahawan digital entrepreneurship programme.
Having achieved “promising results” with its pilot projects, MDeC wants to extend its eUsahawan curriculum to more technical and vocational education and training institutions in 2016.