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Kursus Induksi PP-PPD, PPL & PP-PPT bulan Feb/Mac 2017

PP-PPD
Tarikh: 18-19 Feb 2017
Masa: 8.30-5pm
Tempat: I Smart Educare, Kepong Metro Prima
Yuran: RM350 + 10 (caj pengeposan sijil)

Siapa yang patut hadir?
a) Calon Pegawai Penilai, Pegawai Pengesah Dalaman & Pengurus Pusat Bertauliah
b) Individu yang terlibat dengan pengendalian Pusat Bertauliah

Kenapa perlu hadir?
a) Memenuhi syarat untuk menjadi PP, PPD atau PPB (WAJIB)
b) Memahami tugas dan tanggungjawab PP, PPD & PPB
c) Memahami sistem pentauliahan persijilan kemahiran Malaysia – perlaksanaan melalui Pusat Bertauliah

Syarat
a) 18 tahun ke atas
b) Warganegara Malaysia atau PR

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PPL
Tarikh: 4-5 Mac 2017
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
c) WAJIB untuk perlantikan sebagai PPL, PPL-PPT, PPL-SLDN

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

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

* Kursus VTO batch baru mula 5/3
* Kursus PP-PPT 18-19 Mac

Degree no longer a ticket to jobs, says Malaysia’s Deputy Education Minister

PUTRAJAYA – A university degree is not a ticket to get jobs and it may even be a stumbling block at times.

Deputy Education Minister Senator Chong Sin Woon said some graduates had to use their SPM qualifications to apply for jobs after their degrees literally led them nowhere.

“This is very sad but a reality,” he said.

He added that they do not even dare to reveal that they were degree holders for fear of being deemed “over qualified”, which could reduce their chances of being taken in by prospective employers.

In a interview with The Star yesterday, Chong said there were various factors for graduates failing to get jobs.

Apart from an increasingly competitive job market and a slowing economy, he said other reasons included a mismatch between the supply of the types of graduates and the availability of jobs relevant to their qualifications.

“The trend is to go for prestige-sounding courses like engineering, law and accountancy besides medicine and pharmacy for instance.

“Most parents and their children are either ignorant of the problems of mismatch later or they just follow the trend.

“Some of the graduates also find out later that they just do not make the cut for their chosen field,” he said, with many opting to do all sorts of sales jobs to survive.

While many, if not all parents, want their children to have a university degree, Chong advised them to be pragmatic in their choices.

He pointed out that some people were more suited to be a skilled worker and thus vocational or technical training was suitable for them.

“But sad to say, not many people in Malaysia turn to vocational or technical training.

“They do not see such courses as a choice but a last resort,” he said, advising Malaysians to review their perception on this.

In fact, Chong said vocational and technical training was already very popular in advanced countries, comprising 70 per cent of students in Germany and 60 per cent of students in Taiwan.

“Those with training in a field they have interest in can go far in their career. Opting for a course just because it was trendy could spell the beginning of many disappointments,” he said.

– See more at: http://business.asiaone.com/news/degree-no-longer-ticket-jobs-says-malaysias-deputy-education-minister#sthash.7nqbS7YP.dpuf

Penang inks RM2m German skill training programme to meet industry needs

Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said Penang’s unemployment figures have remained encouraging with the lowest unemployment rate in Malaysia now at 1.2 per cent. — Picture by K.E. OoiPenang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said Penang’s unemployment figures have remained encouraging with the lowest unemployment rate in Malaysia now at 1.2 per cent. — Picture by K.E. OoiGEORGE TOWN, Oct 6 — In a bid to meet the high demand for skilled workers in the state, Penang introduced today the first ever RM2 million German Dual Vocational Training (GDVT) programme with the signing of the training programme agreement.

Penang Skills Development Centre (PSDC) signed the agreement with the Malaysian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MGCC) and several host companies for an international training programme aimed to train students on-the-job.

“The vocational schools by the Education Ministry have failed to deliver in terms of quality graduates and this GDVT will fill the needs by the industry for skilled workers,” Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said, after witnessing the signing.

The DAP-led Penang government sponsored RM2 million towards the programme which will be conducted on-the-job at participating companies such as B Braun, Bosch, Carsem (M) Sdn Bhd, Dynacraft Industries, Inari Technology, Osram and Southern Steel.

“This is a German dual vocational training system and the first of its kind to be introduced in Malaysia,” Lim said at his speech during the signing ceremony at PSDC today.

He pointed out the uniqueness of the programme in which the students are hired by the training company as regular staff with a monthly salary while they are also getting trained concurrently at PSDC.

The first programme under the GDVT scheme in Penang is for mechatronics with a first batch of 22 students.

“We hope to open application for students not working in companies because the state government hopes to take in 500 to 600 students through our sponsorship,” Lim said.

He said the programme will also serve to reduce income inequality in Penang while improving the skills of a segment of the workforce.

“I hope more programmes such as this will be offered in future to result in more specialists in the local labour market,” he said.

Lim also said Penang’s unemployment figures have remained encouraging with the lowest unemployment rate in Malaysia now at 1.2 per cent.

Earlier, PSDC chairman Dr Juergen Schloesser said the GDVT programme is designed to upskill the existing technical workforce, especially from the operator and junior technician levels.

The main objective is to give employees an opportunity to acquire a recognised Malaysian Skills Diploma with a German Chamber (AHK) accreditation, he added.

PSDC will also be rolling out new modules to cover other industry sectors under the GDVT programme by next year.

– See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/penang-inks-rm2m-german-skill-training-programme-to-meet-industry-needs#sthash.r6KGPVIX.dpuf

Vocational education mooted as girls leave behind ‘lost boys’

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 24 — Putrajaya has launched a pilot programme for vocational training in a bid to narrow the education divide between both sexes as girls continue to outnumber and outshine boys in secondary school. Singapore’s Straits Times (ST) reported today the government’s “taster programme” was this year introduced in 15 schools to “expose academically weak male pupils starting from the age of 13 to vocational skills in areas such as carpentry and electrical wiring” and as a means to keep them in schools. “We are trying to catch potential dropouts before they fall out of the system,” Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong was quoted as saying by the Straits Times today. He added those in the scheme earn certificates for each year of study completed, with the Form Four certificate being the vocational equivalent of the usual Form Five school certificate. The ST report said its purpose was to teach these “lost boys” work and life skills, and keep them in school long enough that they do not end up on the streets. The “lost boys” phenomenon was raised in the preliminary National Education Blueprint launched this month which warned of the risk of creating a “community of educationally marginalised young Malaysian men”. Referring to the blueprint, the ST article noted reports on interviews with parents and teachers suggest that some boys struggle with mainstream academic curricula and would benefit from vocational training. This in turn reflected UNICEF’s report last year that from 2005 to 2009, 34 per cent of 500,000 primary pupils a year in Malaysia did not move on to secondary school. Most were boys, with 85 per cent from poor families. Girls now make up 70 per cent of intake at some major universities and performed better in school examinations from primary school onwards. Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) educationist Dr Abdul Jalil Ali said shifting towards vocational education could be one way to ensure that all young Malaysians learn some useful skills. “Not everyone thrives in the academic world. The country also needs highly skilled workers,” he told the ST. However, he explained the government now needs to review teaching methods to keep boys interested as research has shown that girls and boys learn differently — girls tend to learn well in classrooms while boys are less likely to enjoy passive learning.

Kursus Induksi PP-PPD (bulan September) di KL

Salam sejahtera semua,

Berikut adalah butiran induksi PP-PPD akan datang (terdekat):

Tarikh: 8-9 September 2012
Masa: 8.30-5pm
Tempat: Kolej ISBA UK
Level 9, Suite 9-03 Brem Mall, Jalan Kepong, 52000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Dapatkan Borang Permohonan Kursus Induksi PP-PPD di sini. Lepas isi borang dengan sepenuhnya, tolong faks ke 03-62429999 atau pos ke:

I Smart Educare
8-1, Blok A, Jalan Prima, Vista Magna, Metro Prima Kepong, 52100 KL

Sekian, tq.

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