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How to Tackle This MCO and Come Out Significantly Richer with More Students

Malaysia has been imposed with Movement Control Order (MCO) since 18th March 2020 and now has been extended to 14th April 2020. Will it be extended? Yes, there’s a possibility for another 2 weeks, depending on when our numbers peak.

Some of the higher learning institutions, such as the highly renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology or even local private universities like Universiti Tun Abdul Razak does offer online/online distance learning or blended learning (URise program) even before the outbreak of the coronavirus. If you are an IPTS/IPTA and have not embrace technology as part of your delivery, better use this opportunity to do it now.

What about TVET institutions? Though it’s harder, it’s not totally impossible with AR/VR technologies that are available (though cost maybe an issue since it’s not widely adopted yet). TVET institutions should also harness video conferencing technology like Zoom to conduct lectures, esp theoretical in nature. Google Classroom may also be used to deliver lecture notes and assignments (There is a variety of suitable online and social media platforms to plan, instruct and assign homework to students)

Zoom: Host online meetings from anywhere | finder Malaysia
Great video conferencing tool, free up to 100 participants at any time but limited to 40 minutes/session
Classroom: manage teaching and learning | Google for Education
Great tool to manage teaching & learning

However, there are differences in accessing technology among teachers, parents and students. In considering students with limited Internet access, teachers can assign them activities using textbooks, workbooks, exercise books and activity books, ensuring no student is left behind in their studies.

That’s in terms of delivery to existing students. What about recruitment of future students? Economy looks bleak & world recession seems unavoidable.

What’s a recession? It’s a constriction of economy activity which means people are spending less money & companies are making less profits. Now normally it takes many months for people’s confidence to come back, for them to spend money again. But this time is different. It is not a financial crisis, not an economic crisis, it’s a health crisis!

So people are not spending money because they can’t go out, they are stuck at home@stayathome, they are quarantined!
What do you think would happen when this crisis is over?

That’s right, there’s gonna be a lot of pent up demand! People are going to run out there, going back to their favourite kepci (KFC) & mekdi (McD), travelling or going cruise again. And for those students who has been unable to visit institutions during the Open Day in March, they would be hungry to visit your institution, provided you have built the awareness and done enough tele-marketing or online marketing during this MCO!

Now how long will it take this crisis to be resolved? No one can be sure but let’s look at China. They managed to resolved the crisis in less than 3 months, because they shut the cities down. And I believe with Malaysia’s tough measures on the MCO, we will be able to overcome this within the same period, or even faster.

But are you ready when the MCO is over? If you’re not, too bad. Opportunity goes to those who are prepared.

So, if your marketing staffs is doing nothing at home now due to low/no leads, you better take action now! Grab quality student datas FAST before your competitor does it.

Take action before it is too late… – Samaagraha

Call/whatsapp or email to ismarteducare @ gmail.com to supercharge your institution/college NOW!

Kursus kemahiran/TVET – Awam ke Swasta?

Mengikut kaji selidik ringkas yang dilakukan di 3 kumpulan Facebook yang bertemakan TVET, didapati berikut adalah 5 faktor utama mengapa pelajar pilih pusat latihan kemahiran swasta berbanding awam.

1. Pelajar rata-ratanya tidak tahu kewujudan PB Awam tersebut (Berita baik, anda boleh rujuk di laman ni – SILA HUBUNGI Institutsi Kerajaan tersebut sendiri untuk tanya program yang anda minat nak ambil, JANGAN tanya min ya kerana min telah beri senarai tu di bawah. Kalau takda link/no diberi, sila Google untuk dapatkan lebih maklumat)
2. PB Awam yang diingini/dipilih tidak menawarkan program yang diminati oleh pelajar
3. PB memilih pelajar tertentu sahaja walaupun pemohon memenuhi kriteria yang telah ditetapkan (ni min sendiri pun tak faham kenapa??)
Mungkin ke pasal syarat lulus SPM BM/Sejarah?
4. Pelajar tak tahu beza PB awam dan swasta??
5. PB swasta di lokasi yang strategik serta mengeluarkan graduan yang lebih berdaya saing

* Untuk 2,3 & 4, jika anda ada bajet/mampu untuk bayar yuran kursus ataupun sanggup ambil pinjaman PTPK (kalau ada kuota), sila isi Borang Permohonan Kursus Kemahiran – Berbayar  atau emel kepada admin butiran anda seperti berikut:
a. Nama
b. Emel & Tel
c. Bajet
d. Nama program yg diminati (maksimum 3)
e. Lokasi kursus yang diingini
f.  Kelayakan akademik/kemahiran
g. Perlu Pinjaman PTPK tak

Berminat untuk menyambung pengajian dalam bidang kemahiran di ILKA melalui permohonan UPU 2020 online? Berikut dikongsikan Senarai ILKA iaitu nama Institusi Latihan Kemahiran Awam Di Malaysia buat panduan pelajar. Empat (4) institusi kemahiran yang digolongkan dalam ILKA adaah Institusi Latihan Kemahiran Belia dan Sukan (ILKBS), Institusi Latihan Jabatan Tenaga Manusia (ILJTM), Bahagian Latihan Kemahiran Pertanian (BLKP) dan Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA).

Permohonan kemasukan ke ILKA dibuat dalam 2 kali setahun iaitu sesi Januari dan Jun/ Julai. Kursus pengajian yang ditawarkan adalah untuk Program bertaraf Sijil dan Diploma yang berbentuk kemahiran mengikut bidang tertentu.

Senarai ILKA

Institusi Latihan Kemahiran Awam (ILKA)

Berikut dikongsikan senarai ILKA yang terdapat di Malaysia. Klik link yang berwarna merah untuk mendapatkan maklumat lanjut seperti nama dan alamat institusi, kursus yang ditawarkan serta panduan memohon.

Senarai ILKA Di Malaysia

Berikut adalah senarai Institusi Latihan Kemahiran Awam (ILKA) yang terdapat di Malaysia untuk mereka yang berhajat menyambung pengajian kemahiran peringkat Sijil dan Diploma.

i) Institusi Latihan Kemahiran Belia dan Sukan (ILKBS)

Bahagian Pembangunan Kemahiran Belia (BPKB) melalui Institusi Latihan Kemahiran Belia dan Sukan (ILKBS) menawarkan latihan amali serta praktikal bagi menyediakan golongan belia dengan kemahiran-kemahiran yang diperlukan untuk terus menyertai kerjaya terpilih setelah tamat pengajian.

ILKBS dibahagiakan kepada IKBN, IKTBN dan AKBG

  • Kursus kemahiran sepenuh masa di Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara (IKTBN/IKBN)
  • Kursus Bina Insan (kepimpinan, keusahawanan, disiplin) kepada belia
  • Kemahiran Jangka Pendek khas yang disesuaikan kepada belia
  • Kursus Kemahiran di institusi swasta (program tajaan pelatih)

Senarai ILKBS

ii) Institusi Latihan Jabatan Tenaga Manusia (ILJTM) : Senarai ILKA

JTM diwujudkan untuk melahirkan tenaga mahir negara dari peringkat sijil latihan hinggalah Diploma Lanjutan dalam pelbagai bidang kursus kemahiran. Oleh kerana dengan perubahan teknologi yang begitu pesat dan keperluan tenaga kerja mahir yang mendesak, maka JTM telah menubuhkan beberapa institusi latihan diseluruh negara.

Senarai ILJTM

iii) Bahagian Latihan Kemahiran Pertanian (BLKP)

iv) Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA)

Objektif institusi kemahiran di bawah MARA adalah :-

  • Membangun dan melaksanakan Program Pendidikan Teknikal dan Vokasional yang berkualiti serta diiktiraf ke arah menyediakan kerjaya berpendapatan tinggi
  • Menambah bilangan penglibatan bumiputera dalam pelbagai bidang teknikal di industri
  • Menyediakan kemudahan latihan dan infrastruktur yang selari dengan perkembangan teknologi dan keperluan semasa
  • Meningkatkan kompetensi pengajar bagi memenuhi keperluan i-pengajar
  • Melahirkan potential technopreneur yang berdaya saing dan berdaya tahan
  • Menyediakan peluang pembelajaran sepanjang hayat

Senarai IPMa

Senarai ILKA Institusi Latihan Kemahiran Awam Di Malaysia

Cara Membuat Permohonan Kemasukan Ke ILKA

  • Permohonan kemasukan ke ILKA dibuat dalam 2 sesi iaitu sesi Jun/ Julai melalui permohonan UPU online dan sesi Januari melalui Laman web ILKA yang berkenaan.

Semoga perkongsian Senarai ILKA Institusi Latihan Kemahiran Awam Di Malaysia boleh dijadikan panduan buat pelajar yang ingin menyambung pengajian di sini. Selamat membuat permohonan kemasukan melalui UPU online dan secara terus ke ILKA yang berkaitan mengikut tarik yang diumumkan.

Sumber: https://www.infoupu.com/senarai-ilka-institusi-latihan-kemahiran

Huge potential in new collar jobs for Malaysians

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 13): Malaysians should capitalise on new collar job opportunities to earn higher salaries and improve their long-term prospects.

In an interview with Bernama recently, Human Resources Minister M Kula Segaran said new collar vocations have great potential in terms of income and future prospects.

“Take plumbing as an example. We tend to view it as a low-class job but these days, we have to make an appointment with them (in case a plumber’s services is needed). This is because plumbing is a very specialised field.

“And recently, I met a journalist who is in his 30s and who is taking up a part-time course to become a chargeman due to his interest in that field. He would work during the day and study at night. He told me he could earn more as a chargeman,” he related.

In an article titled New-Collar Workers — Who are They and How are They Contributing to Our Labor Shortage? in the January 2019 edition of Forbes magazine, the writer Scholley Bubenik defined new collar worker as an “individual who develops the technical and soft skills needed to work in technology jobs through non-traditional education paths”.

New collar workers, wrote Bubenik, do not have a four-year degree from a college. “Instead, the new collar worker is trained through community colleges, vocational schools, software boot camps, technical certification programs, high school technical education and on-the-job apprentices and internships.”

FOUR PROCESSES

Malaysia is currently focusing on technical and vocational education and training (TVET) programmes to equip its human capital with the necessary technical and vocational skills. It is imperative that Malaysia increases its skilled workforce because it is projected that 60% of jobs created under the 11th Malaysia Plan (2016-2020) will require human capital with technical and vocational skills.

Currently, Malaysia’s skilled workforce stands at 28%, whereas advanced nations like Germany’s has reached 51%.

Under the Shared Prosperity Vision (SPV) 2030 launched by the government last October, the nation hopes to raise its skilled workforce to 35% in 10 years.

Kula Segaran said: “We must take note of what the ILO (International Labour Organisation) has said… it said 15 years from now, there is a great possibility that 15% to 30% of courses currently offered by universities may not be needed in the employment sector.

“However, the interesting thing is that the ILO has guaranteed that TVET courses will (continue) to remain relevant.”

The minister also reiterated the importance of skilling, upskilling, reskilling and cross-skilling, pointing out that today’s job landscape allowed employees to enhance their value by acquiring skills, improving their existing skills, learning new skills and mastering skills across fields.

He said the four processes would be among the areas of focus under SPV 2030 and it is expected to benefit some 15 million workers who wish to add value to their employability.

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

According to Kula Segaran, 96% of students graduating from skills training institutes are offered jobs soon after completing their studies. In fact, they often get multiple job offers.

Workers who go for further training to improve their skills are also highly employable and face better mobility in the job market.

The minister also urged Malaysians wishing to pursue TVET courses to treat the Manpower Department’s Industrial Training Institutes (ILP) as their institute of choice.

“These institutes are not only located in Kuala Lumpur but also in other towns such as Kota Bharu, Kuala Terengganu, Skudai, Ipoh, Taiping, Penang, Tawau and Sandakan. What is more, these areas have their own industrial networks,” he said, adding that the ILP students are fully sponsored by the government and are even given hostel facilities.

However, he added, despite the facilities provided, the institutes are not filled to capacity, with only 70% to 80% of the seats for its various TVET courses taken up.

Kula Segaran said he has instructed the institutes to operate until 11pm to enable working people to attend courses after work. The ministry is also busy promoting the institutes through the media, roadshows and collaborations with non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

Its efforts have borne fruit as enrolments rose to 18,000 in 2019 from about 16,000 in 2016.

“We hope the enrolment for this year will go up to 20,000,” he said, adding that the authorities were in discussions with Genting Malaysia Bhd, which requires more than 1,000 technical staff, to hire ILP trainees.

“The pay is good, the work is enjoyable and the weather is cool over there.”

TVET FOR ORANG ASLI

Kula Segaran also said his ministry is helping students from Orang Asli communities to enrol at the Industrial Training Institutes. In 2018, eight Orang Asli from settlements in Cameron Highlands, Tapah and Gerik were enrolled in the ILP in Ipoh, Perak. Presently, 17 Orang Asli students are undergoing training at the institute.

“Just recently I was told that there have been requests from Orang Asli to enrol in TVET centres in Kelantan, Negeri Sembilan and Selangor. They can enrol in any TVET centre and not necessarily in ILP. Selangor, for instance, has many centres that provide training in vocational and technical courses,” he said.

They are given the option to pursue a course in welding, hairdressing, beauty treatments, mechatronics, electronics, electrical wiring or electrical chargeman.

“I hope in future hundreds of Orang Asli will get to acquire skills at the various ILP located nationwide. It will help to improve the socio-economic status of their families,” he added.

Kula Segaran also said that every Tuesday, his ministry would have an open day to meet clients and stakeholders who needed their advisory services.

Every Tuesday, officials from departments and agencies under the Human Resources Ministry and relevant NGOs would be present at the lobby at the ministry’s building in Putrajaya to offer their services.

In fact, the minister himself makes it a point to be present to meet the people who require the services of his ministry.

“We’re trying to make it more convenient for the people. I think it’s important that we not only help people who have issues with our ministry but also other ministries because their problems could be interlinked with others.

“For example, someone has an issue concerning the hiring of foreign workers… this doesn’t involve my ministry alone but also KDN (Ministry of Home Affairs) because the approval comes from KDN. So it (the open day) is a one-stop centre kind of thing and people come from all around the country to see us. It’s challenging but there is a happy ending when we make it fruitful for them,” he added.

Source: https://www.theedgemarkets.com

Standard Kemahiran Pekerjaan Kebangsaan (NOSS) – Ciri, kegunaan & kepentingannya

Definisi NOSS

Daftar NOSS terkini (Ogos 2019)

Singkatan daripada National Occupational Skills Standard (NOSS) atau Standard Kemahiran Pekerjaan Kebangsaan. NOSS adalah dokumen yang menggariskan ketrampilan yang diperlukan oleh seseorang pekerja mahir yang bekerja di Malaysia bagi sesuatu bidang dan tahap pekerjaan serta laluan untuk mencapai ketrampilan tersebut.

Ciri-Ciri Utama NOSS

✔️ Berasaskan keperluan pekerjaan.
✔️ Mengikut struktur kerjaya di dalam sesuatu bidang pekerjaan.
✔️ Disediakan oleh pakar industri dan pekerja mahir yang menjalankan pekerjaan.

KELEBIHAN DAN KEGUNAAN STANDARD KEMAHIRAN
Standard kemahiran memberi manfaat kepada semua pihak yang berkepentingan. Kejayaan projek pembangunan standard kemahiran dan ianya berguna kepada masyarakat bergantung pada penyertaan penuh dan komitmen semua pihak yang berkepentingan.  Manfaat ini boleh digunakan sebagai penanda aras untuk menilai keberkesanan usaha bersama.

Kepentingan Kepada Majikan

  1. Menentukan tahap kemahiran tenaga kerja mahir
  2. Panduan menyenaraikan tugas dan skop kerja
  3. Menilai prestasi pekerja
  4. Menjimatkan kos dan masa melatih semula pekerja
  5. Meningkatkan kualiti produktiviti, inovasi dan daya saing

Kepentingan Kepada Pekerja

  1. Memberi maklumat skop tugas yang jelas
  2. Memberi maklumat peluang kerjaya dalam sektor yang berkaitan
  3. Membantu dalam peningkatan kerjaya
  4. Menjadi penanda aras prestasi kerja
  5. Membuat keputusan yang tepat bagi mengikut latihan yang sesuai untuk peningkatan kerjaya
  6. Membolehkan pekerja mengikuti latihan secara fleksibel berdasarkan unit kompetensi yang bersesuaian

Kepentingan Kepada Institusi Latihan Kemahiran / Pelatih

  1. Pembangunan kurikulum latihan yang tepat dan memenuhi kehendak industri
  2. Pusat latihan boleh merekabentuk program latihan sepenuh masa atau customised sejajar dengan keperluan industri
  3. Memahami dengan lebih jelas terhadap kemahiran yang diperlukan oleh industri
  4. Asas menilai keperluan latihan semula pengajar bagi memenuhi kehendak industri semasa
  5. Nasihat kerjaya yang tepat boleh diberi dengan efektif kepada pelatih

Secara ringkasnya,

Jika anda tak pasti apa kod program yang ingin dimohon untuk:

1. SKM secara PPT
2. Belajar kursus kemahiran/TVET (Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia – SKM)
3. Pentauliahan sebagai Pusat Bertauliah JPK /TVET atau SLDN

Sila muat turun DAFTAR NOSS (NOSS Registry) dan KENALPASTI
kod program anda.
Samada nak beli di Putrajaya/ Cyberjaya atau pejabat wilayah, ATAU dari admin (emel sahaja jika admin ada stok), jika anda tidak ingin bersusah payah pandu ke sana, bayar tol dan penat cari tempat letak kereta yang sangat terhad dan kena jalan jauh!
Admin cuma menyediakan khidmat nilai tambah ni, jadi sila BELI NOSS anda dari JPK tapi kalau nak cepat, takda pilihan lain dalam tempoh Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan (Restriction Movement Order)

NOTA: Mulai 1/6/19, NOSS adalah RM20/Tahap

BARU – NOSS yang berkaitan dengan IR 4.0

Halatuju Lepasan SPM – Akademik atau TVET?

Tahniah kepada anda jika lulus SPM 2019 dengan cemerlang. Dengan keputusan yang baik, pilihan anda memanglah banyak.
Laluan akademik seperti Matrikulasi, Program Asasi, STAM/STPM dan Diploma Akademik adalah antara pilihan anda.
Namun, laluan TVET/program kemahiran yang menganugerahkan SKM. juga boleh dipertimbangkan.
Ya, jangan ingat program kemahiran cuma untuk mereka yang gagal/tidak cukup kredit untuk SPM.

Sejak keputusan SPM keluar pada 5 Mac 2020, ramai pelajar dan ibu bapa telah mesej, whatsapp atau hubungi min berkenaan kursus yang boleh diambil, terutamanya mereka yang tidak cukup kredit/gagal SPM Sejarah/BM.

Untuk pengetahuan anda, kursus kemahiran rata-ratanya cuma perlukan kemahiran 3M, boleh Membaca, Mengira & Menulis. Ini kerana fokus adalah pada kemahiran tangan/hands-on (70%) berbanding dengan teori (30%).

Dan untuk membantu anda/anak anda memilih kursus kemahiran/TVET, pertama sekali tanya anda/anak anda sendiri apakah minat atau hobinya.
Adalah lebih penting pemilihan kursus berdasarkan minat anda/anak anda, bukannya berdasarkan kursus apa yang paling panas/popular.

Berikut adalah beberapa contoh lazim pemilihan program (pencarian kursus di Pusat Bertauliah JPK adalah mengikut nama/kod program) berdasarkan minat:

Automotif – G452-002-2:2018 atau kod lama TP-300-2/2:2013 Servis Diagnostik – Kenderaan Ringan
Kimpalan – MC-024-2:2012 Proses Kimpalan Arka Kepingan Logam
Masakan/kulinari – HT-012-2:2012 Penyediaan & Pembuatan Makanan
Bakeri – HT-013-2:2011 Pembuatan Roti 
Kecantikan – MP-060-2:2013 Perkhidmatan Estetik
ECE – T982-001-3:2017 atau kod lama
CC-011-3:2012 PENDIDIKAN & PENJAGAAN AWAL KANAK-KANAK
Drone – H512-001-2:2019 (Drone Piloting/Mission Commanding) 

Anda juga boleh muat turun Daftar NOSS untuk mengetahui semua standard pekerjaan yang telah dibangunkan setakat ini (namun, tidak semua program ada penyedia latihannya).

Sekiranya anda tidak tahu di mana nak belajar kursus kemahiran tertentu, boleh isi borang tunjuk minat di sini (Swasta dan BERBAYAR shj).

Jika anda tiada bajet dan cuma mampu belajar di institut kemahiran awam, sila rujuk sini.

Akhir sekali, sekiranya anda dah ada SKM3 dan ke atas (DKM, DLKM) atau pengalaman industri >3 tahun, anda juga berpeluang untuk melanjutkan ke ijazah eksekutif (program URise) dari Universiti Tun Abdul Razak ataupun diploma, ijazah sarjana muda (Bachelors) & ijazah sarjana (Masters) melalui laluan APEL jika dah berumur 20,21 & 30 tahun masing-masing.

Jadi, SPM sudah bukan segala-galanya. Tanpa SPM juga boleh lanjutkan sehingga ke Universiti ya.

Is TVET route better since more and more graduates (academic) are facing unemployment in Malaysia?

Image credit: Unirazak

Referring to the article published by NST on 3/3/2020, our 21 public-sector universities and 38 private-sector universities produce something like 51,000 graduates a year, but nearly 60% remain unemployed one year after graduation, according to a study in 2018 conducted by the Minstry of Education Malaysia’s Graduate Tracer Study.

There are many factors contributing to this, such as mismatch of skills (most academic programs are based on theory only but not practical in the real world), poor language skills (especially English), interpersonal & communication skills etc.

However, those who studies TVET courses may have a better chance of being employed @ high marketability. There’s already pathway for TVET graduates to further study to University level (despite failing/no credit for History or BM for SPM, whether for management related programs like those offered by Unirazak or pure technical degrees leading to Bac of Technology, offered by the 4 public universities collectively known as MTUN.

So, even if you excel academically, academic route may not be the best choice except for certain professional programs like law, medicine, pharmacy etc where academic pathway is the only option.

There are hundreds of TVET/skills programs for you to choose from, you may refer to the National Occupation Skills Standards (NOSS) for a start/guide. However, not all programs are offered by the public & private TVET/skills centres, accredited by Department of Skills Development (DSD)@Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK).

If you need further counselling on what TVET/skills courses to pursue or consultation to set up a TVET/JPK accredited centre (make sure your program is at least 6 months – 1 year and available in the NOSS, feel free to contact us at various channels stated here.

Poor SPM Results? Here’s What You Can Do Next To Further Your Education, ALL The Way to DEGREE! (Updated from 2019)

Updated from 2019’s post

So, the day of reckoning is over and you’ve gotten your SPM results.

If your results aren’t as you expected, or if you fell short on some subjects that you thought you could have scored, it’s okay to feel gloomy or guilty that you didn’t utilise more of your time to study.

But after a week of being down in the dumps, it’s probably time for you to pick yourself up again. After all, SPM is just a small test in the grand scheme of things. Chances are, no one is going to harass you about it before the year ends.

So instead of crying about it, here are 5 things you can do if your SPM results are not as good as you anticipated.

#1. Appeal your grades

Poor spm result what to do next - 1 Appeal your grades

If you are seeking to meet the entry requirements for your desired pre-university course, or if you think your grades are right below the borderline to a higher grade, you can try getting your paper marked again.

With a fee to part with (RM100 per subject), you can have your papers remarked and hopefully (fingers crossed!), you will be able to attain a higher grade that will open doors to various opportunities.

To submit an appeal, you will need to fill up a form called Borang Permohonan Penyemakan Semula Keputusan Peperiksaan/Kes T, which is on the Board of Examination Malaysia (Lembaga Peperiksaan Malaysia) website. You can also find it at any of these places:

  • Your school
  • Assessment and Examination Unit / Sector (Sektor / Unit Penilaian dan Peperiksaan)
  • State Department of Education (Jabatan Pendidikan Negeri)
  • Examination review counter in the Board of Examination Malaysia in Putrajaya (Kaunter Semak Semula Lembaga Peperiksaan Putrajaya)

You need to make sure that your form reaches the Board of Examination Malaysia’s office within 30 days after SPM results are announced or else it will not be processed. Your reviewed results will be posted to you 2 months after the appeal deadline. Ensure that you attach the following required documents:

  • verified copy of your official SPM 2019 results
  • verified certificate or copy of your pentaksiran berdasarkan sekolah (PBS) or school-based assessments by your school principal or Pegawai Kerajaan Kumpulan A

*Incomplete forms will not be processed.

#2. Retake your subjects

Poor spm result what to do next - 2 Retake your subjects

If you are not confident that having your papers reviewed will improve your grades, or if you want to aim for a higher grade, perhaps you can choose to resit your papers.

For a step-by-step guide on repeating your SPM subjects, click here.

Do note that for SPM Ulangan in Junethere are only 3 subjects that you can register for. These include:

  • Mathematics
  • Bahasa Melayu
  • Sejarah

If you’d like to retake papers for other subjects, you will need to register as an SPM private candidate and sit for the papers with the rest of the present year SPM students in November / December.

You will need to consider this option thoroughly as it will take another year for you to obtain better grades. By then, your peers may have already completed a year of their pre-university studies so be sure to make it count!  

Resitting papers is usually for students who are looking to enter specific pre-university or degree courses. So if you are looking to study a foundation course and you’re just shy of one credit, this is an option you can consider!

#3. Pursue diploma or certificate courses

Poor spm result what to do next - 3 Pursue diploma or certificate courses

If you’re missing a couple of credits from your SPM slip, you can also consider other pathways, such as pursuing a diploma or certificate. After all, they can still lead you to selected degree courses.

For a start, a diploma only requires 3 credits at SPM. Upon completion, you can then progress to the second year of a relevant degree. This makes your total study duration similar to taking a foundation then a degree.

Certificate courses, on the other hand, typically require only 1 credit, as long as you pass Bahasa Melayu and History. Completing a certificate will allow you to progress to a diploma and subsequently a degree.

So if you think retaking your papers will not change your grades, you may consider these alternatives, provided that you meet the entry requirements.

#4. Pursue skills/TVET certificate & diploma courses

If you don’t have enough credits but intend to pursue an academic diploma, some University or University Colleges also accept Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) as an entrance requirement.

No worries, if you don’t have any credit or worse still, failed in your SPM (parents force you to complete SPM despite your interest is in skills based programs), you can always pursue your interest in skills/TVET courses.

Remember, pursuing skills/TVET courses should not be your last resort but must be your interest. Studies has shown that graduates with skills are much more employable – 80 to 90 per cent of them are able to get a job after six months upon graduation (vs graduates from academic background. Those taking cert/diploma/degree in business studies, marketing, information technology, social science courses will find it hard to land a job, unlike those who take Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) courses.

#5. Contact us

If you are undecided on what course or where to pursue your TVET/skills courses, you can get in touch with us here or call us at +6012 3123430. We will be happy to help!

At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter if your SPM results are good or bad because it’s not the end of the road yet. There are still plenty of things you can do to secure your future. Many have managed to become successful, even without a string of As.

Credit: https://eduadvisor.my (Points 1-3 are from them)

Kursus Induksi PP-PPD-PPB & PPL Mac 2020

Sila daftar awal kerana tempat adalah terhad
(PP-PPD-PPB Siri D19/03/2020 di www.skkm.gov.my)

Who should attend? / Siapa yang patut hadir?
a) JPK Accredited Centre Personnels / Calon Personel Pusat Bertauliah:
i) Assessor / Pegawai Penilai (PP)
ii) Internal Verifier / Pegawai Pengesah Dalaman (PPD)
iii) Centre Manager / Pengurus Pusat Bertauliah (PPB)
b) Individuals that’s involved with managing the JPK Accredited Centre / Individu yang terlibat dengan pengendalian Pusat Bertauliah
c) External Verifer candidate (need to pass PP-PPD-PPB induction course first / Calon Pegawai Pengesah Luaran (PPL) (kena lulus kursus induksi PP-PPD-PPB sebelum ikuti induksi PPL) – Need to attend PPL Induction Course
d) Individual that is interested with the Malaysia Skills Certification System / Individu yang berminat dalam Sistem Persijilan Kemahiran Malaysia (SPKM)

Sila daftar awal kerana tempat adalah terhad
(PPL Siri L4/02/2020 di www.skkm.gov.my)

Siapa yang boleh ikuti (tak sama dengan lantikan):

  1. Warganegara Malaysia atau PR DAN
  2. 18 tahun ke atas
  3. Lulus induksi PP-PPD-PPB

Syarat lantikan (tambahan kepada syarat di atas):

  1. Pengalaman kerja 10 tahun (jika bidang kritikal, tak sampai 10 tahun pun boleh dipertimbangkan) ke atas dalam bidang kemahiran anda secara amnya.
  2. SKM/DKM/DLKM

Peluang sebagai PPL

Peluang memang banyak, ada yang mungkin dapat rezeki 5 angka sebulan jika buat dengan baik secara sepenuh masa.

(PP-PPD-PPB Siri D19/03/2020 di www.skkm.gov.my)
(PPL Siri L4/02/2020 di www.skkm.gov.my)

Graduan DVM perlu pengecualian lulus SPM Sejarah? Laluan DVM ke IPTA/IPTS

INFO TERKINI – Syarat kredit BM SPM & lulus Sejarah SPM, dah DIGUGURKAN, mulai 20 Nov 2019.
Harap maklum.

* Namun, ia masih bergantung kepada senate universiti masing-masing dan keperluan syarat kemasukan program masing-masing.

Walaupun ini bukan perkara baru, namun masih ada lagi pembaca yg tanya tentang penyetaraan SVM & SPM. Jadi bacalah kenyataan dari KPM ini.
Ingat, graduan KV boleh ambil ijazah Sarjana Muda di IPT dengan 2 keadaan, sila rujuk atas

Nota: Sekiranya anda ada apa-apa pertanyaan mengenai kemasukan ke IPTA, sila rujuk dengan UPU atau IPTA berkenaan.

Min cuma ada maklumat jika anda berminat untuk sambung belajar di IPTS@Unirazak, KL:

Diploma – Pengurusan, Pendidikan Awal Kanak-Kanak, Perakaunan

Ijazah Sarjana Muda – Perniagaan, Pengurusan, Pendidikan, Pendidikan Awal Kanak-Kanak, Perakaunan (akreditasi CPA), Percukaian & Kepimpinan.

Namun, sekiranya anda tiada DVM, SVM ke SPM tetapi ada SKM sahaja, masih ada peluang melanjutkan ke IPTS.
Program yang layak diambil adalah Diploma Professional & Bachelor Eksekutif (boleh dibiayai dengan KWSP).

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