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Jadual Bersemuka – Perlu Tak Untuk Penarafan Bintang 2019?

Jadual Bersemuka tidak diberi markah masa penarafan bintang tetapi perlu ada untuk rujukan pembangunan Pelan Mengajar, tu yang min faham dari penjelasan ringkas unit Penguatkuasaan JPK.

Tak faham apa yang min maksudkan? Sila rujuk Panduan Pembangunan WIM terkini (2017)

Screenshot sebahagian dari Panduan Pembangunan WIM 2017

Kalau anda dah baca Panduan pun masih tak tahu atau takda masa nak bangunkannya, sila hubungi kami untuk khidmat runding (Syaratnya anda mesti sudah ada Jadual Pembangunan WIM)

STAR RATING 2019 PENGESANAN GRADUAN KELUARAN SKM & DKM PENTING UNTUK KUOTA PTPK PB !!

Penarafan Bintang 2019 telah memperkenalkan dua (2) jenis maklumbalas pelatih yang telah tamat menjalani latihan terhadap Pusat Bertauliah dan pengesanan graduan. Bekas pelatih atau graduan diminta untuk membuat penilaian bermula 1hb Mac 2019 hingga 22 Mac 2019.

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TAKLIMAT PENARAFAN BINTANG PROGRAM BERTAULIAH 2019

Imej: Salah satu slaid yang dibentangkan semasa taklimat di Philea Mines Resort, KL & Sel Zon 3

Penilaian kendiri akan mula 1/3/19-31/3/19 dan Penarafaan Bintang (Star Rating) akan mula 1/4/19.
Pastikan personel anda LAYAK (ADA sijil induksi PP-PPD-PPB untuk semua personel, SKM untuk PPD & SKM+VTO untuk PP) serta WIM cukup baik  (penekanan kepada kurikulum untuk kali ni).

Berikut adalah jadual induksi anjuran ISE Education Sdn Bhd pada bulan Mac, April & Mei.
Rujuk sini untuk jadual tahun 2019

Induksi PP-PPD-PPB
Tarikh: 2&3 Mac / 30&31 Mac

Induksi PP-PPT
Tarikh: 16&17 Mac

Induksi PPL
Tarikh: 27&28 April

Lokasi: I Smart Educare, Kepong, KL

Sekiranya ada 10-15 peserta dari Pusat Latihan anda yang ingin mengikuti mana-mana kursus di atas, kami boleh pertimbangkan untuk anjur di tempat anda untuk memudahkan staf PB anda, dengan syarat kami boleh tambah peserta dari luar tanpa sebarang caj/sewa tempat. 

Kursus Pembangunan WIM PERCUMA – Daftar cepat sebelum penuh, sila rujuk dengan CIAST ya

Kursus Pembangunan WIM PERCUMA

Kursus Pembangunan WIM ini bertujuan memberi pendedahan kepada tenaga pengajar Pusat Bertauliah Awam dan Swasta berkenaan pembangunan Pelan Mengajar, Kertas Penerangan, Kertas Tugasan dan Kertas Kerja berasaskan NOSS (DESCUM).

KANDUNGAN KURSUS

  1. Pengenalan JPK
  2. Pengenalan NOSS
  3. Carta Alir Proses Pembangunan Bahan Pengajaran Bertulis
  4. Carta Profil Kompetensi – CPC
  5. Profil Kompetensi – CP
  6. Kurikulum Unit Kompetensi – CoCU
  7. Bahan Pengajaran Bertulis (WIM) Teori
  8. Bahan Pengajaran Bertulis (WIM) Amali

KUMPULAN SASARAN

Terbuka di kalangan tenaga pengajar Pusat Bertauliah Awam dan Swasta sebagai persediaan sebelum melaksanakan bengkel pembangunan WIM.

KEMUDAHAN

Kursus ini adalah percuma. Penginapan dan makan minum disediakan. Kursus akan dijalankan di Institut Latihan Awam (ILA)/1MTC/Hotel dengan menggunakan fasiliti penginapan dan kemudahan premis berkaitan.

MUAT TURUN

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Malaysian private education: A neglected and over-regulated industry — National Association of Private Educational Institutions

JANUARY 24 — At the recent Majlis Amanat Tahun 2019, it was encouraging to see the minister of education showing a forward direction towards education in the new government. Providing greater autonomy for the public universities and less administrative load for teachers in the public school system, and thereby enabling teachers to focus more on teaching and learning, was part of Amanat 2019.However, it is very disappointing to note that the role of private higher education, private school education and TVET was not mentioned at all.

The private education sector has been supplementing and complementing the government in providing education for more than 80 years, since 1936. Based on current data, more than 51 per cent of post-secondary education is provided by private higher education institutions, saving the government billions of ringgit in expenditure in education. In addition, private education contributes to the economy of the country in the range of RM50 billion, of which close to RM17 billion is derived from enrollment revenue of international students. And not forgetting that all our graduates are gainfully employed and sought after by industry

However, the private education sector is becoming a sunset industry as many institutions are facing massive losses due to reduced student enrollment with some in the process of closure.

How has this come about? Past statistics showed that close to 25 per cent percent of school leavers each year do not enroll in any form of education or training. A majority of them belong to the B40 group (the group where annual household income is below RM40,000). Presently the percentage has increased from 25 per cent to more than 40 per cent. This is due to the requirement of a pass in Sejarah at SPM level. This has prevented and penalised students who have passed in other subjects including mathematics and science but failed in Sejarah. This has made a large number of SPM students ineligible to enroll for further post-secondary programmes like Pre University (Foundation, Matriculation, A-Level) as well as diploma programmes, and critically affected the enrollment of SPM school leavers in private educational institutions.

When the global focus is on science and technology and Industry 4.0, we are depriving our school leavers of the opportunity to continue on to post-secondary education and training and losing much needed talent in the workforce. NAPEI proposes that the requirement of a pass in Sejarah be reviewed. If not addressed, we believe this will also cause socioeconomic problems among the youth in the country.

In addition to the above, retarding policies and regulations set by overzealous bureaucrats related to administration and operations have further caused barriers to the progress of private education.

The enrollment of international students has dropped by about 32 per cent in 2018 due to policies and regulations that deter international students from choosing Malaysia as a study destination. Countries like Japan and Canada, which are already study destinations of choice by students, have made changes to their immigration policies and regulations in order to attract more international students. One of the more effective policies for Malaysia to attract more international students is to allow up to 20 hours a week of part time employment while studying. Another factor causing a decrease in recruitment of international students is the revocation of KDN’s licence to recruit international students. And in many cases, the KDN licences were revoked for reasons beyond the control of the institutions.

We will not be able to reach the target of 200,000 international students by 2020 and 250,000 students by 2025 if we are not serious in reviewing the existing policies and regulations.

With reference to Amanat 2019, the public education system will enjoy greater autonomy under the new proposal, but the private education sector is given less autonomy through retarding policies and over regulation of the Ministry, thus making it difficult for it to grow further. The private education industry wishes to work closely with the Ministry of Education to continue providing quality education. NAPEI suggests an impact analysis be done before any policy or regulation is rolled out, as per MPC guidelines. We are looking for more engagement with the Ministry of Education in further enhancing the human capital development of the country and to be an integral part of the new agenda outlined in Amanat 2019.

We hope related agencies and ministries like EPU, Miti and the Ministry of Finance too could be engaged to look at the bigger picture in terms of economic development of the nation and contribution to the GDP by the revenue derived from the international student market.

Source: https://www.malaymail.com

* This is the personal opinion of the writer or publication and does not necessarily represent the views of Malay Mail.
Comment: Despite all the gloom, there are still demand to purchase either a pure TVET centre or higher education centre (college and university college).
So before your college/TVET centre run into high debts, quickly sell off your license to some others who thinks that they can run & manage a college/TVET centre.
Kindly email to ismarteducare @ gmail.com or whatsapp to 012-3123430 on what you have to offer (or what you want to purchase – we already have a lilsting) with as much details as possible.

TVET, a stepchild no more

Students of Politeknik Ungku Omar get hands on training on automotive engineering at the workshop at their campus in Ipoh.

Students of Politeknik Ungku Omar get hands on training on automotive engineering at the workshop at their campus in Ipoh.

A framework has been proposed to address the long-standing problems of our TVET system

A NEW framework for technical and vocational training is in the pipelines.

If approved, the proposal will see a more streamlined, effective, and industry-relevant, Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) system.

Proposed by the National TVET Movement to the Economic Planning Unit last month, the framework aims to address the country’s ailing TVET system.

“Our focus is on upper secondary school students. We want to create a TVET champion.

TVET students being trained to be industry-ready. — File photo

TVET students being trained to be industry-ready. — File photo

“We want students to have better access to choices between academics and something more hands-on like TVET. This is what’s happening in other countries,” said Ahmad Tajudin, who recently retired as the Education Ministry deputy director-general.

Among those part of the Movement are the Federation of Human Resources Ministry’s Department of Skills Development (JPK) Accredited Centres (FeMac), National Council of Professors, and the National Parent-Teacher Associations’ Vocational and Technical Consultative Council.

For too long, TVET has been the “troubled stepchild” of the education system, he said.

This framework tackles long-standing problems like the:

> Overlapping of programmes and certifications;

> Misguided focus on post-secondary TVET students instead of upper secondary students;

> Existence of multiple accreditation bodies and agencies implementing TVET;

> High operations cost resulting from the many ministries involved;

> Weak policies; and

> Private TVET providers being treated as competitors.

“All TVET institutions should be streamlined, rationalised, and consolidated, under the Education Ministry.

“This ensures that teachers and trainers are better taken care of under one scheme of service. And, there won’t be a need to close down any institutions if all facilities and resources are under one roof,” he said, adding that it would also be more cost effective for the Government while ensuring smoother communication between the industry and institutions.

Other reforms proposed by the Movement include:

> Reducing existing certifications to an important few;

> Having a single accreditation body for TVET;

> Establishing two educational pathways for students to choose from;

> Allowing industries to take the lead;

> Enhancing TVET apprenticeship programmes based on models from other developed countries; and

> Formulating policies and legislations to enhance careers in TVET.

Greater emphasis, and an overview, of TVET implementation is needed, Ahmad Tajudin said.

There should be training provisions to facilitate contributions from private TVET providers, and there must be closer collaboration between the industry and these providers.

“Our TVET system needs stronger institutional coordination, and greater transparency among the multiple public agencies.

“TVET restructuring is a small part of a holistic solution, but it’s a start to the reform,” he said, adding that strong political will from the Government was crucial to ensure the country’s TVET success.

Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik said the Government would continue enhancing the capabilities of TVET institutions and systems to remain competitive and meet industry demands.

Speaking during his annual new year address in Serdang on Monday, he said the ministry would implement a harmonised accreditation and quality assurance system to enable student mobility in TVET institutions, which includes the Malaysian Technical University Network (MTUN).

The launch of Limkokwing TVET International, a TVET Malaysia Training Centre at Limkokwing University.MOHD SAHAR MISNI/The Star

The launch of Limkokwing TVET International, a TVET Malaysia Training Centre at Limkokwing University.MOHD SAHAR MISNI/The Star

MTUN, he said, should move in the direction of Fachhochschule – Germany’s tertiary education institution specialising in topical areas.

MTUN, he added, shouldn’t be evaluated solely based on publications, but also on the ability of the graduates produced to solve technical issues.

He said the ministry plans to increase the quality and delivery of TVET by enabling the industry to lead the curriculum development, avoid overlapping of programmes and resources, improve cost effectiveness, and widen the funding to increase enrolment.

He said the ministry was also in the midst of addressing recognition issues involving controversial vocational colleges.

He assured polytechnics and community colleges that they wouldn’t be sidelined in the reform process.

“To ensure the employability of our graduates, closer collaboration between these institutions and the industry – especially with the big players – will be prioritised,” he said, adding that these were part of the ministry’s efforts in making sure that TVET, polytechnics, vocational colleges, and community colleges, are no longer seen as second choice options.

In June last year, Dr Maszlee appointed Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar to chair a special TVET task force.

The duties of the task force, said Dr Maszlee, was to conduct research across all ministries that provide TVET education and training, and recommend how the country’s TVET system can be improved. This includes a review of TVET education and training laws, and the possibility of a TVET commission.

However, the TVET industry was left reeling following Nurul Izzah’s resignation as PKR vice president on Dec 17, and her decision to no longer serve the federal government in any capacity.

“We’ll continue advocating for a sustainable and effective TVET implementation,” said Ahmad Tajudin.

Source: www.thestar.com.my

Comment: It’s good that the Ministry has identified the weaknesses & looking to implement the reforms (personally, I see that our TVET sector would soar to much greater heights compared to now, if reforms are implemented effectively & correctly).

But I have a doubt whether they would reform this particular weakness – Private TVET providers being treated as competitors.

It seems that there are plans to gradually “KILL” the private TVET providers based on their proposed plans (hearsay, so take it with a pinch of salt).


These include but not limited to:

1) Closing all TVET providers that are 2 stars and below after the impending 2019 star rating process (as early as March 2019). It generally affects the smaller private TVET providers who has very limited resources (manpower & finances) vs the public TVET institutions.
2) Closing/revoke Vocational Training Operation (VTO) programme of any private TVET institutions that has does not meet a min of 4 stars and above for that particular programme. Eventually, it would be just offered by the multiple satellite campuses of CIAST, nationwide,
3) Restrict the organising of the JPK’s various induction courses (PP-PPD-PPB, PP-PPT, PPL) to only  CIAST satellite campuses, nationwide.
4) and BEYOND – perhaps you can comment if you think what they are doing/planning to do is gonna KILL the private TVET providers.

PINDAAN PEMAKLUMAN BERKAITAN PEMANSUHAN PELAKSANAAN KELULUSAN PENTAULIAHAN PROGRAM SECARA BERSYARAT DI BAWAH SISTEM PERSIJILAN KEMAHIRAN MALAYSIA MULAI 1 JANUARI 2019

Ruj     :        JPK/702/1/10 JLD 14 (36)

Tarikh :        18 Disember 2018

Adalah dimaklumkan bahawa Jabatan telah mengkaji semula keputusan pemansuhan pelaksanaan kelulusan pentauliahan program secara bersyarat di bawah Sistem Persijilan Kemahiran Malaysia mulai 1 Januari 2019 yang telah dihebahkan melalui arahan pentadbiran (No. Rujukan : JPK/702/1/10 JLD 14 (18) bertarikh 30 Julai 2018.

Selaras dengan ini, Jabatan telah memutuskan supaya tiada lagi kelulusan pentauliahan program secara bersyarat akan dikeluarkan mulai 1 Januari 2019, kecuali untuk dua (2) keadaan berikut :

  1. Pentauliahan program bagi NOSS / NCS baharu; dan
  2. Pentauliahan pembaharuan program untuk menyelesaikan pelatih sedia ada sahaja.

Sehubungan itu, selain dua keadaan di atas, Penyedia Latihan Kemahiran / Pusat Bertauliah hendaklah mematuhi semua kriteria pentauliahan program kerana tiada lagi kelulusan secara bersyarat akan diberikan selepas tarikh kuatkuasa.

Justeru, hebahan yang telah dikeluarkan melalui rujukan JPK/702/1/10 Jld. 14 (18) bertarikh 30 Julai 2018 adalah terbatal.

Sekian dimaklumkan. Terima kasih.

“BERKHIDMAT UNTUK NEGARA”

“Pekerja Berkemahiran Peneraju Kecemerlangan Negara”

Ketua Pengarah
Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran
Kementerian Sumber Manusia

Sumber: www.dsd.gov.my

Adakah PERUNDING (pasal induksi/SKM/VTO/pentauliahan pusat) anda bercakap benar??

If you don’t understand Malay well, can always email or call us for further explanation.
如果您不太了解马来语,可以随时发送电子邮件或致电我们进一步了解详情

Selama 17 tahun min berkecimpung dalam bidang latihan kemahiran ni (terutamanya yang berkaitan dengan JPK), macam-macam kes penipuan telah min jumpa/dengar.

Berikut adalah senarainya, tak terhad kepada ini sahaja (mungkin min lupa atau tak pernah dengar/jumpa tapi memang berlaku):

1. Sijil induksi PALSU – Sebelum ni, tahun 2000an, memang ada sesetengah penganjur yang hit & run, cetak sijil sendiri & JUAL kepada peserta (tak perlu ikuti kursus). Ia samalah seperti penjualan sijil/diploma/ijazah di universiti ataupun sijil cuti sakit. Namun, pihak Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK) telah mengambil langkah untuk membendung perkara ni dari berlanjutan dimana:
a) Penganjur tidak boleh cetak sijil sendiri lagi
b) Sijil telah ada ciri-ciri keselamatan (bukan setakat no siri sijil sahaja) – itu yang menyebabkan kekadang sijil dapat lambat sebab JPK kehabisan sijil & perlu tunggu stok dari Percetakan Nasional Malaysia

TIPS: Cari penganjur yang sudah lama (> 10 tahun kalau boleh) & kerap menganjur (lebih 6 kali setahun) kerana mereka tidak berani bertindak sebarangan & juga senantiasa mengikut perkembangan terkini.

2. Bukti PALSU – Ini kerap berlaku terutamanya dalam permohonan SKM secara PPT.
Ini mungkin salah sesetengah pemohon, ada yang sememangnya tahu dia tak layak tapi BAYAR perunding untuk kaodim, biasanya beribu-ribu.
Macam mana min tahu? Sebab ada kisah benar yang diceritakan oleh PPL-PPT (Pegawai Pengesah Luaran yang mengesahkan penilaian PP-PPT).
Cth: Ada seorang lelaki yang langsung tak pernah terlibat dengan kecantikan (cuma ada perniagaan dalam bidang ni) mewujudkan bukti palsu (gambar/invois/sijil) tapi telah digagalkan oleh PPL-PPT yang jujur tu. Apa yang menggeramkan min adalah dengar khabar setelah calon (melalui perunding) minta PPL-PPT ditukarkan, calon tu LULUS.
Geram betul, calon/perunding/PP-PPT seperti nilah yang menjahanamkan kualiti SKM #^@*%

TIPS: Baca Panduan Permohonan SKM secara PPT @ ikuti kursus induksi PP-PPT – jadual disini supaya anda ada sedikit idea apa yang diperlukan dan sekiranya dah faham, mohon terus dengan JPK, cuma RM300/setahap.

Kebelakangan ni, ada perunding yang menjanjikan calon yang tiada pengalaman mengajar bidang kemahiran bahawa mereka layak mohon VTO secara PPT.  Agak-agaknya buat bukti PALSU lagi kot. Ni juga kisah benar,  dimana 2 juruteknik auto yang tidak pernah mengajar dijanjikan oleh perunding bahawa mereka boleh dapat VTO secara PPT!

Itu yang menyumbangkan kepada banyak isu pemegang sijil VTO yang tidak boleh mengajar dengan baik ataupun tak tahu sangat tentang WIM (bahan pengajaran bertulis). Min tak nafikan juga ada Pusat Bertauliah VTO tertentu yang bagi ‘lesen terbang’, sehinggakan ada beberapa PB VTO yang telah ditarik pentauliahannya dan menyebabkan permohonan PB VTO baru/penambahan program VTO ni dibekukan.
Untuk pengetahuan anda, pengalaman mengajar minima adalah 4 tahun kalau nak mohon VTO secara PPT

3. Penjualan WIM yang tidak menepati format ataupun jumlah jam yang sepatutnya
Ha, ni berlaku bukan sahaja dalam dunia latihan kemahiran tapi syarikat gergasi MNC pun ada juga yang melakukan kesalahan sebegini.

Biasa lihat ni kan?

Sudah banyak PB/pembeli yang kantoi dengan janji-janji manis individu/perunding bahawa WIM yang mereka beli memenuhi spesifikasi/format JPK tetapi sebenarnya tidak.
Antara isu yang kerap timbul adalah:
1. Format (tidak mengikut format terkini)
2. Jumlah jam yang tidak menepati kehendak NOSS (sudah banyak kes untuk ni, terutamanya untuk program yang ada kes khas seperti FB-024-2 (1200j dan bukannya 800j)
3. Jadual Pembahagian WIM yang tidak menggunakan ayat yang betul ataupun setara dengan WIM yang dibangunkan

TIPS: Suruh penjual emelkan sampel WIM lengkap (ada Kertas Penerangan/Kerja/Tugasan, Pelan Mengajar Teori/Amali, Kertas Penilaian Pengetahuan (KA)/Prestasi (PA), lepas tu cross check dengan format WIM terikini (2017)  dan juga NOSS.

Cukuplah setakat ni, kalau anda ada sebarang lagi kes penipuan/janji tidak serupa bikin yang nak dikongsi (tak kira pasal SKM, induksi, pentauliahan PB, WIM ke apa) supaya orang ramai lebih berhati-hati dan tidak tertipu,
sila emel ke ismarteducare@gmail.com, terima kasih.

Tips mencari perunding yang jujur:

1. Dah lama berkecimpung dalam bidang latihan kemahiran (ni pun tak menjamin apa-apa)
2. Cuba dapatkan testimoni/pengesyoran dari 2-3 pihak, kalau ada.
3. Dapatkan pandangan/nasihat dari 2-3 individu/syarikat.
4. Sekiranya masih rasa was-was, sila rujuk dengan min atau lebih baik, JPK di 03-88865589.

* singkatan min bermaksud admin ya 😀

PEMAKLUMAN PELAKSAAAN SISTEM SEMAKAN STATUS PENGELUARAN SIJIL KEMAHIRAN MALAYSIA DAN DIPLOMA KEMAHIRAN MALAYSIA(DKM)

PEMAKLUMAN PELAKSAAAN SISTEM SEMAKAN STATUS PENGELUARAN SIJIL KEMAHIRAN MALAYSIA DAN DIPLOMA KEMAHIRAN MALAYSIA(DKM)

Tarikh :  12 November 2018

Assalamualaikum dan Salam Sejahtera.

YBhg. Prof./Dato’/Datin/Tuan/Puan,

PEMAKLUMAN SEMAKAN STATUS PERSIJILAN KEMAHIRAN MALAYSIA

Dimaklumkan PB/Pemohon bolehlah membuat semakan status permohonan persijilan SKM/DKM melalui link di bawah :

https://www.skkm.gov.my/esijil/semak-status

Sekiranya terdapat sebarang permasalahan pada sistem tersebut, pengguna boleh membuat aduan pada Sistem Aduan IT dengan menghantar emel skkm@mohr.gov.my atau hubungi helpdesk di talian 03-88862468/2335/5516.

Kerjasama dari semua amatlah dihargai.

Sekian, terima kasih

Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran
Kementerian Sumber Manusia

PEMAKLUMAN PENGGUNAAN SKKM BAGI PERSIJILAN KEMAHIRAN MALAYSIA MELALUI KAEDAH PENGIKTIRAFAN PENCAPAIAN TERDAHULU (PPT)

PEMAKLUMAN PENGGUNAAN SISTEM KREDIT KEMAHIRAN MALAYSIA (SKKM) BAGI PERSIJILAN KEMAHIRAN MALAYSIA MELALUI KAEDAH PENGIKTIRAFAN PENCAPAIAN TERDAHULU (PPT)

Adalah dimaklumkan bahawa, penggunaan Sistem Kredit Kemahiran Malaysia (SKKM) akan bermula pada 1 Oktober 2018 bagi Persijilan Kemahiran Malaysia melalui kaedah Pengiktirafan Pencapaian Terdahulu (PPT) untuk menggantikan proses secara manual yang digunakan sekarang.

Semua permohonan Pengiktirafan Pencapaian Terdahulu (PPT) boleh dibuat secara atas talian dengan menggunakan capaian url: – https://www.skkm.gov.my . Pemohon hendaklah mendaftar sebagai pengguna SKKM terlebih dahulu sebelum proses seterusnya boleh dilakukan. Untuk permulaan, permohonan PPT secara Mengikut Tahap (MT) & Single-Tier (ST) boleh dipohon melalui sistem ini.

Penggunaan sistem ini juga akan melibatkan peranan Personel PPT iaitu PP-PPT dan PPL-PPT. Oleh itu, Personel PPT juga perlu mendaftar sebagai pengguna SKKM supaya proses Penugasan PP-PPT dan Penugasan PPL-PPT berjalan lancar.

Sekiranya terdapat sebarang permasalahan pada sistem tersebut, pengguna boleh membuat aduan pada Sistem Aduan IT dengan menghantar emel ke jpkpptgp@mohr.gov.my atau hubungi helpdesk di talian 03-83214769.

Kerjasama dari semua amatlah dihargai.

Sekian, terima kasih
 
Cawangan Pengiktirafan Pencapaian Terdahulu
Bahagian MOSQ
Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran