Kursus Induksi PPL terakhir di Malaysia sebelum Hari Raya

Tarikh: 11-12 Jun 2016
Masa: 8.30-5pm
Tempat: I Smart Educare, Kepong Metro Prima
Yuran: RM350 + 10 (caj pengeposan sijil)Faedah kursus kepada peserta

Berpengetahuan mengenai Pentauliahan Persijilan melalui konsep Persijilan & Sistem Latihan Dual Nasioan (SLDN).
Peningkatan kelayakan personel untuk pembangunan kerjaya
Dapat menyediakan panduan & motivasi kepada masyarakat dan organisasi dalam aspek pembangunan & penilaian Pusat Bertauliah.

Berpeluang menjadi Tenaga pakar Industri Negara (DPIN)
Persijilan yang diiktiraf oleh pihak Awam & Swasta

Faedah kursus kepada organisasi

-Mempunyai aset dalam aspek jaminan mutu pentauliahan Pusat Bertauliah
-Mempunyai personel yang berkelayakan & diiktiraf
Kualiti Pusat Bertauliah dan daya saing dapat ditingkatkan

Siapa yang patut hadir?
a) Calon Pegawai Pengesah Luaran
b) Calon Pegawai Pengesah luaran SLDN
c) PP-PPT yang ingin dilantik sebagai PPL-PPT
d) Individu yang terlibat dengan pengendalian Pusat Bertauliah

Kenapa perlu hadir?
a) Memenuhi syarat untuk menjadi PPL
b)Memahami tugas dan tanggungjawab PPL

Syarat
a) 18 tahun ke atas
b) Warganegara Malaysia atau PR
c) Telah lulus kursus induksi PP-PPD

Untuk pengesahan tempat anda, sila isi borang permohonan yg boleh dimuat turun dari sini http://jpkmalaysia.com/?attachment_id=603, kemudian emel kembali bersama slip bayaran ke ismarteducare@gmail.com.

Butiran Bank: I Smart Educare, Maybank 514589203020
Yuran: RM350 + 10 (caj pengeposan sijil)

* Kursus VTO batch baru mula 18/6

Kursus Induksi Terakhir sebelum Hari Raya

Jika anda terlepas tarikh ni, sesi akan datang hanya akan dianjurkan pada 6-7 Ogos nanti. Jadi rancanglah baik-baik masa anda/persijilan tenaga pengajar anda supaya tidak menghadapi masalah pembaharuan lesen PB (Pusat Bertauliah) ataupun sangkut denga PTPK nanti.

Tarikh: 28-29 Mei
Masa: 8.30-5pm
Tempat: I Smart Educare, Kepong Metro Prima, Kepong
Yuran: RM350 + 10 (pos sijil)

Siapa yang WAJIB/patut hadiri?

1) Bakal PP, PPD & PPB (WAJIB, pra-syarat)
2) Bakal PPL (WAJIB, pra-syarat)
3) Pentadbir JPK Pusat Bertauliah
4) Pemilik PB
5) Tenaga Pengajar

PS: Kursus akan datang

1) Induksi PPL: 11-12 Jun
2) VTO: Mula 18 Jun

Khairy: Public perception of vocational education has improved

Khairy with Malaysian Youth Council- 1Belia 1Kemahiran graduates at their convocation ceremony in Putrajaya. - Bernama

Khairy with Malaysian Youth Council- 1Belia 1Kemahiran graduates at their convocation ceremony in Putrajaya. – Bernama

PUTRAJAYA: The perception towards technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in Malaysia has improved over the past few years, and is no longer seen as a “last option” in career choices, says Khairy Jamaluddin.

The Youth and Sports Minister said the public has grown to realise the potential of TVET due to its importance to a developing nation and its high employability level.

“In conjunction with the 2010 National Youth Day, the Malaysian Youth Council launched the 1Youth 1Skill (1B1K) programme to help youths get involved in skills training programmes and select TVET as a career choice.

“At that time, society’s perception was that TVET is only for those who didn’t complete Form Five, those who were expelled from school or those who have been sent for juvenile rehabilitation.

“But today, the public have changed their mindset towards TVET. They do not see it as a second or last option in one’s career choice.

“People acknowledge that products of technical and vocational education are highly employable and have an easier career path.

“The Government recognises TVET graduates as assets to the country that we can be proud of.

“Graduates of the National Youth Skills Institute today have a 90% employability rate, which means nine out of 10 graduates will definitely get a job.

“Compare this to degree holders, who cannot land a job after graduating. Why? It’s because their courses are not tailored to the demands of the industry.

“Those who pursue TVET in Malaysia are assured that their training is in line with what the industry wants,” said Khairy in his speech at the fourth 1B1K convocation on Tuesday.

He said Malaysia should emulate developed countries like Germany, Japan and South Korea where TVET is given top recognition.

“These are countries that are more developed than Malaysia and are well-advanced in technology, ahead of others. They make TVET a priority in their education system.

“In Germany, nearly 60% of the students are in the vocational and technical stream. The country’s economy and advances in automative technology are spearheaded by the successes of TVET graduates.

“Malaysia should emulate these countries. And that is why the Government has invested a lot in TVET. The last budget saw RM1bil allocated to enhance the quality of TVET,” said Khairy.

He said 4,967 youths have received skills training at public and private institutes since the 1B1K programme was launched.

About 500 youths received their certificates at the convocation ceremony.

Source: The Star Online, 10th May 2016

Mahdzir: Malaysia TVET programmes leading in region

TVET

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is at the forefront of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the Asia-Pacific region with three local vocational learning institutes accredited the Gold level.

Education Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid said the three institutes awarded the Asia-Pacific Accreditation and Certification Commission (APACC) were Politeknik Ungku Omar, Politeknik Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, and Politeknik Sultan Ibrahim.

“This is a testimony of the quality of our TVET programmes which has gained international recognition in terms of standards that are comparable to other countries in the region,” Mahdzir said at the Asia-Pacific Education and Training Conference (ACET) in Berjaya Times Square Hotel today.

Despite the international recognition, he said, people still perceive vocational training as less desirable than pursuing higher academic learning.

Mahdzir said Malaysia under the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) will require 2.5 times more TVET enrollment by 2025 but there is currently a shortage of such graduates.

“Currently, TVET programmes do not necessarily attract students with stronger academic qualifications. This could be due to a perception that TVET qualifications offer less attractive career and academic progression,” he said.

As such, he added, the National Education Blueprint 2015-2025 aims to promote vocational and skills training as a parallel path to success along with higher education.

Among the efforts undertaken by the Education and Higher Education Ministries are letting the industry design the curriculum in vocational schools, introducing apprenticeship, hands-on training, real-life simulations, and employer training programmes.

Another is to enhance coordination across the Ministry’s various TVET providers to eliminate redundant programmes, to provide greater specialisation in areas of expertise and improve cost efficiency.

Mahdzir added that TVET is one of Malaysia’s success stories and the ACET provides a platform for other countries to learn from it.

Source: Borneo Post Online, 1st May 2016