The edutech platform of Capital A, airasia academy, recently welcomed a visit by the Malaysian minister of Human Resources, V. Sivakumar where they discussed uplifiting TVET talent readiness.
Modules focusing on fibre network and digital skillsets will be introduced Money will go towards scholarships and upgrading facilities, equipment
First of its kind program for an automotive TVET institution In line with Govt call to improve value of graduates in Malaysia
US$100k for scaling Skills Hub platform, US$100k worth of devices from HP Run workshops in 12 Orang Asli villages, touch 10k graduates for Skills Hub
The revised Budget 2023, unveiled by Finance Minister Anwar Ibrahim with the theme “Membangun Malaysia Madani”, is the Unity Government’s first budget which outlines its policies and priorities.
Graduating batch has an 85% employment rate on graduation Fields such as Drones, Creative Multimedia, Mechatronics, Computer Systems
Mranti MakersLab has organised 60 awareness and collaborative initiatives over the course of the year, which it claimed has impacted over 1,000 students and young innovators.
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