* Namun, ia masih bergantung kepada senate universiti masing-masing dan keperluan syarat kemasukan program masing-masing.
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).
Without these hard workers, Valentine’s wouldn’t be the same.
Each February, our shopping centers are flooded with pink and red as people try to imagine new ways to show their affection for one another — knowing how to make Valentine’s Day special can be difficult. Unfortunately for some with Valentine’s Day jobs, the big day means a long day of work, not romance.
It’s not as bad as you might think. Many of those people who are working on Valentine’s Day have an opportunity to make someone else’s holiday extra special. Just like a accountants prepares for tax season, these professionals know that the season of love is their time to shine. Here are five Valentine’s Day jobs and how those who do them help make the day amazing for other people.
1. Florist (HT-071-3:2014)
“I seldom think about my limitations, and they never make me sad. Perhaps there is just a touch of yearning at times; but it is vague, like a breeze among flowers.” — Helen Keller
This one seems like the most obvious of Valentine’s Day jobs, right? But that doesn’t mean it’s simple. A great florist doesn’t just run a sale on a dozen red roses — they will help you think outside of the box and perhaps suggest a different flower that will dazzle your significant other. A great florist knows their stuff.
For example, did you know that nearly every flower has a symbolic meaning? Some of them overlap, so there are several flowers that indicate love besides roses. Chrysanthemums and carnations also signify love. Gardenias represent a secret love.
Don’t take your local florist for granted. They know their flowers and the ideal arrangement doesn’t happen by accident. It’s a trained skill. With a great florist’s help, you can find the flower that says exactly what you want it to say and then build a gift idea around it.
While you’re at it, make sure to say thank you. They work like crazy this time of year!
2. Massage therapist (MP-082-3:2011)
“I take a massage each week. This isn’t an indulgence, it’s an investment in your full creative expression/productivity/passion and sustained good health” — Robin S. Sharma
Who doesn’t love a great massage? The feeling of someone digging deep into the muscle tissue and releasing all of the pent-up tension and chronic aches can be heavenly.
It’s no coincidence that professional massage sessions are a popular Valentine’s Day gift. Want to dial up the romance? Get a couple’s massage where you can both enjoy the same experience at the same time.
Like a great florist is more than a flower picker, a great massage therapist is more than just a person who rubs your calves. The massage therapists can read your body and your body language to adjust the level of pressure and find your trouble spots.
Sound like one of the easy Valentine’s Day jobs? When was the last time you gave your significant other a good shoulder rub? How long did you last? Five, ten minutes? Try doing that for an hour and then when that person leaves, start on your next one. Then repeat it for days on end during the season of romance.
Not into flowers or massage? Facial treatment can be a popular Valentine’s Day gift.
An Aesthetician’s primary goal is to help clients with their skin care needs which can range from acne to aging.
Like a massage therapist is more than a massager, a good Aesthetician will not only help with treating the visible concerns you may be having but will also take into account your whole well being such as diet, exercise, stress, etc.
” To put it rather bluntly, I am not the type who wants to go back to the land; I am the type who wants to go back to the hotel. ” — Fran Lebowitz
Are you thinking of a trip out of town with a stay at a luxurious hotel? Go for it — it’s one of the best ways to make Valentine’s Day special! Hotels love holiday visitors and Valentine’s Day is no exception. One hotel employee in particular is perfectly suited to help you make the most of your little getaway.
If you are in a new town, chances are you don’t know where to find the best cheesecake or scenic views. Luckily for you, most hotels have just the person to help you out. Your hotel concierge specializes in knowing the area. They know where to find the best food, drinks, dancing, and quiet spots. Need a ride? They can call a cab or recommend a service.
You don’t have to go crazy trying to research and reserve everything for your trip. The hotel concierge is like having Google right there in the lobby. Take advantage of their skills and watch your evening unfold spectacularly. Just make sure you know what you want to ask before you talk with them.
“For me, a great meal is a collision of company, environment, ambient temperature, the waiters, where you are emotionally” — Sue Perkins
Restaurants make a killing on Valentine’s Day. Does that mean working there is an easy Valentine’s Day job? Absolutely not. A great waiter can make your night.
Have you ever left a restaurant and felt overwhelmingly happy with the experience? Chances are that the food was only a part of the equation. A great waiter is fun and friendly, maybe even a little bit playful. They know their menu and wine lists inside and out. They know when to embellish and when to be honest. (Don’t tell us that the salmon is exquisite when it’s really average!)
When it comes to having the perfect romantic meal, pay attention to your waiter. They’re there to help your evening go well. And if you’re on a date with a relatively new romantic interest, be aware that you’re being watched. How you treat waitstaff says a lot about you as a person. Interested to be one? Register your interest here.
Must read till the end on the comment section if you seriously consider the TVET pathway or: 1. Already a TVET graduate with SKM/SVM/DKM/DVM 2. Has been working in a particular TVET/skills industry for more than 3 years.
SPM school leavers must know what they want to become one day, what programmes to pursue, and what qualifications are needed to get into the programmes.
WITH Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) results expected to be announced next month, school leavers should begin planning their future and start looking at study options.
There is no lack of choice in terms of programmes at public and private higher-learning institutions that cater to hands-on students and the academically-inclined.
Education Ministry Higher Education Department deputy director-general Professor Datuk Dr Mohd Saleh Jaafar said there are many options for SPM school leavers.
“They include certificate courses, foundation studies, matriculation and diploma programmes at private and public universities, colleges, polytechnics, community colleges and skills training institutes.
“Others include degrees offered by the Malaysian Institutes of Teaching Education (IPGM),” he said.
“There is also Form 6, where school leavers can enter university after sitting for Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM).”
He said each option has its own merits.
“School leavers, either with SPM or STPM (or equivalent) qualification, must have in-depth discussion with their parents, family members, their counselling teachers and seniors, perhaps, to gain information and gauge which option is best.
“They must take into account their own interest and what the future holds,” he said.
Chen Ai Koon, a counselor at SMK Seri Serdang in Seri Kembangan, Selangor, said there are basically two pathways after SPM.
The first is the pursuit of professional careers like medicine, accounting, engineering and architecture. Second is for those who are keen on skills-based jobs.
The first pathway, she said, provides a faster route to getting a degree, which involves taking up pre-university programmes like matriculation, foundation studies or Form 6. The second is the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) pathway, which involves taking up certificate and diploma courses.
“The main aim of a diploma programme is to produce a semi-professional workforce.
“A diploma gives an opportunity for SPM school leavers who did not qualify for pre-university studies to be trained for the working world.
“However, if the diploma student can prove that he or she is able to excel in studies, he or she will have the opportunity to continue to a bachelor’s degree. It is important to note that this is not an automatic process.”
To decide on the pathway, Chen said SPM school leavers must know what they want to become one day, what programmes to pursue, and what qualifications are needed to get into the programmes.
Saleh said when choosing between a public and private university, both have their own strengths and specialties.
“The quality of universities can be seen in the QS World University Rankings and local MyQuest Rating.
“Students should choose their programmes wisely by looking into the prospective university’s QS World ranking and MyQuest Rating scores. The quality of programmes should be a key factor.
“In addition, students should consider their financial ability to ensure that they are not burdened with problems during studies and after graduation.”
Saleh said tuition fees at public universities are subsidised by the government to help students obtain high-quality education at a low cost.
There are also sponsorships provided by government agencies, such as the Public Service Department and Education Ministry scholarship department.
“Besides those, private entities like Yayasan Tenaga National, Petronas, Telekom Malaysia and Bank Negara Malaysia also offer their own scholarships.
“This initiative will help poor, deserving students obtain a higher education,” he said.
On the prospects of SPM school leavers enrolling directly in higher education institutions, Saleh said looking at the past three years’ trend, there is a better success rate.
“A total of 50.1 per cent of eligible SPM candidates were offered a seat in the 2017/2018 academic session. This percentage increased to 86.5 in the 2018/2019 academic session.
“However, for the 2019/2020 academic session, only 69.09 per cent were offered places in certificate, foundation and diploma programmes at public universities, polytechnics, community colleges and skills training institutes,” he said.
This year, with the implementation of the “Single-window, single-offer” concept — where matriculation and places for the Bachelor of Education (PISMP) at IPGM will also be offered via UPUOnline — the university enrollment of SPM school leavers is expected to increase.
“For 2020, I am expecting to see higher demand for TVET programmes since the government is focusing on initiatives that produce highly-skilled workers to cater to the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
“This is the time for school leavers to grab the opportunities. Choose what is best for you,” he said.
To assist students in making their choices, Higher ED will be running an in-depth series on choices after SPM over the coming weeks. Don’t miss it!
Comment: Based on mid-term review of 11th Malaysia Plan, Graduate employability rate for higher education has improved steadily over the years from 76.1% in 2015 to 79.1% in 2017. Nevertheless, feedback from industry highlighted that graduates lacked problem solving and communication skills. Moreover, the percentage of graduates employed in the semi-skilled job category increased from 28.2% in 2015 to 35.2% in 2017 implying a mismatch and underemployment.
And later on, they can always pursue further diploma or degree after working. And if you’re in private sector, there’s now a faster & easier way to pursue a (professional) diploma or (executive) degree if you are a TVET graduate with SKM/SVM/DKM/DVM qualification, even without SPM!
PUTRAJAYA: Penawaran program pengajian Pendidikan Teknikal dan Latihan Vokasional (TVET) akan dikaji dan dijajarkan semula mengikut kehendak industri bagi menyediakan graduan berdasarkan bidang tumpuan ekonomi mengikut wilayah atau lokaliti yang dikenal pasti dalam Wawasan Kemakmuran Bersama (WKB) 2030.
Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yang juga pemangku Menteri Pendidikan berkata, selari dengan Wawasan Kemakmuran Bersama, TVET dijadikan sebagai antara pemboleh daya yang dapat menyumbang ke arah pembentukan negara membangun yang makmur dan inklusif.
Bagi tahun 2020, katanya Kementerian Pendidikan (KPM) dan semua kementerian penyedia TVET yang lain akan memberi penekanan terhadap pelaksanaan Peta Strategi Pemerkasaan TVET yang telah dihasilkan oleh Jawatankuasa Kabinet Pemerkasaan TVET.
Ia bagi menghasilkan graduan TVET yang seimbang, holistik dan berciri keusahawanan seterusnya menjadi pekerja berkemahiran tinggi yang menyumbang terhadap produktiviti dan pertumbuhan ekonomi negara, katanya.
“Kesemua pihak terbabit perlu memastikan wawasan TVET yang diterajui industri bagi mengurangkan permasalahan ketidaksesuaian kemahiran, kebergantungan kepada buruh asing dan akhirnya menghasilkan graduan TVET yang memenuhi keperluan industri dapat kita capai,” katanya pada majlis amanat dan aspirasi bersama warga Kementerian Pendidikan di sini, hari ini.
Dalam pada itu, Dr Mahathir berkata bagi menyediakan murid mengharungi Revolusi Industri Keempat, KPM akan memastikan peningkatan pendidikan Sains, Teknologi, Kejuruteraan dan Matematik (STEM) dari pelbagai segi.
Peningkatan itu termasuklah bilangan murid yang mengambil mata pelajaran STEM, kemahiran penyampaian guru, aktiviti kolaboratif bersama pihak industri dan penglibatan ibu bapa dalam memupuk minat murid untuk mengambil STEM, katanya.
“Untuk menarik lebih ramai murid menyertai bidang STEM, mulai tahun ini, kementerian telah menyediakan lebih banyak opsyen untuk murid memilih mata pelajaran elektif di bawah pakej STEM selain sastera dan kemanusiaan,” katanya.
Dr Mahathir berkata Pelantar Pembelajaran Digital Kementerian yang dibangunkan pada 1 Julai 2019 akan terus digiat dan dimantapkan tahun ini sebagai pemangkin pengajaran dan pembelajaran digital dalam kalangan guru dan murid melalui kebolehcapaian bahan yang lebih mudah dan meluas.
“Kandungan kurikulum juga dirangka merangkumi elemen-elemen seperti Objek Rangkaian Internet (IoT), pengekodan, robotik dan data raya atau big data dalam mata pelajaran di sekolah rendah dan menengah untuk menarik minat murid dan memudahkan penguasaan ilmu yang hendak disampaikan,” katanya.
Untuk makluman semua, pihak JPK TIDAK AKAN CETAK lagi sijil induksi PP-PPD-PPB, PP-PPT & PPL mulai tahun 2020. Para peserta dikehendaki untuk cetak sendiri dari www.skkm.gov.my, tulah sebabnya semua peserta perlu daftar dalam sistem dulu, sebaik-baiknya 2 minggu sebelum tarikh kursus kerana perlu masa untuk disemak oleh pihak urusetia.
Anda boleh cetak sijil induksi anda setelah keputusan telah ada (biasanya 1-3 bulan lamanya) dan telah dikemaskini dalam www.skkm.gov.my. Kertas yang digunakan boleh je A4 70gm, 80gm, kadbod…. suka hati andalah.
Adakah ini akan menyebabkan isu sijil palsu berlaku? Ya, mungkin juga pada pendapat min. Jadi, nak tahu betul ke tak, perlu la juga semak dalam sistem skkm.gov.my nanti.
Apa komen anda?
Selain daftar di skkm.gov.my, anda juga kena isi borang permohonan & buat bayaran kepada penganjur sebanyak RM350 atas Maybank 514589385943, ISE Education Sdn Bhd untuk pengesahan tempat.
Bagi yang ingin jadi Pegawai Penilai, pengambilan kursus VTO separa masa juga ada bulan Feb 2020. Daftar cepat sebab lepas ni, pengambilan Julai/Ogos pula.
Komitmen masa anda sebagai calon VTO separa masa: 360 jam: 6 bulan hujung minggu sahaja 720 jam: 6 bulan di PB program kemahiran anda
REALISING the indispensable role of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) skills to meet labour market demands, Yayasan Sime Darby (YSD) has extended its provision for the YSD Skill Enrichment Programme.
This is in line with the ongoing reform in the TVET sector which focuses on equipping the youth with employable skills in Malaysia.
Through YSD’s collaborations with its TVET partners, the fields of vocational study opportunities offered under the programme are broadened to support more Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and creative arts courses.
Since 2012, the foundation has been awarding scholarships and bursaries worth over RM34 million to more than 1,300 students under this category.
“With the YSD Skill Enrichment Programme launched today, YSD’s annual allocation for TVET bursaries has increased more than 10-fold from 35 to 400, and we remain focused on assisting needy students,” he said last Wednesday.
Tunku Imran added that it was reported that currently, almost 90 per cent of TVET graduates have been able to get a job after graduation. With the support of the foundation’s TVET partners, YSD intends to push the number higher.
The event also saw YSD hosting its annual Scholarship Award Ceremony with the foundation awarding over RM21 million worth of various scholarships and bursaries to 584 deserving individuals, a majority of which are from underprivileged households.
In line with the government’s agenda to enhance TVET skills among Malaysian youth and recognising TVET as one of the keys to fulfil the country’s aspiration to become a developed nation, YSD is working with four strategic partners: The Department of Polytechnic and Community College Education under the Education Ministry, Sime Darby Industrial Academy, Ramsay Sime Darby Healthcare College and KRU Academy.
Under YSD Special Needs Bursary Programme (undergraduate and diploma bursaries for persons with disabilities), 29 recipients received more than RM1.04 million.
The YSD Special Support Bursary programme (undergraduate and diploma bursaries for students with monthly household income of RM4,000 and below) saw 216 recipients with bursaries worth RM7.56 million.
39 students with outstanding academic achievement and strong leadership qualities were awarded excellence scholarships worth RM4.75 million to pursue pre-university, undergraduate and postgraduate studies at universities in Malaysia, United Kingdom and China.
YSD also celebrated individuals with compelling stories who have weathered many challenges to beat the odds. Among the YSD scholars celebrated this year are individuals with compelling stories who have weathered many challenges to beat the odds. One of them is YSD’s TVET scholar Muhammad Afiq Aminuddin, who was awarded the YSD Role Model Award 2020. .
Afiq, 29, who hailed from a single-parent B40 household in Penang completed his Certificate in Heavy Equipment from Sime Darby Industrial Academy in 2011. He worked at Sime Darby Industrial – Tractors Malaysia as a mechanic and electrician in heavy equipment maintenance and is now an accomplished field mechanic for Baker Hughes, an international energy technology company.
Muhammad Firdaus Abu Hassan, 29, the recipient of YSD Inspirational Award 2020, has proven that success is not beyond reach despite disability and poverty. Being completely blind since the age of 14, he remained ambitious and tenacious in chasing his goals.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology & Sociology, and then a Master of Professional Counselling, both with flying colours. His life story was documented and analysed in a postgraduate study to understand the development of resilience in the underprivileged.
Education has been the main thrust of YSD since its inception in 1982 to offer wisdom, expertise and assistance at all levels of education to promote and advance what people believe they can achieve, especially the underprivileged. To date, YSD has committed over RM289.7 million for scholarships and bursaries, benefitting a total of 4,441 students from diverse backgrounds.
Induksi PP-PPT – Nak dilantik sebagai: 👫 PP-PPT (>10 tahun pengalaman kerja dlm bidang kemahiran yang sama & SKM3) ataupun 👫 Penyelaras di PB-PPT ataupun 👨🏻🍳 Nak tahu lebih lanjut mengenai kaedah permohonan SKM-PPT)
📅Tarikh: 8-9 Feb ⏰ Masa: 8.30-5pm 🏫Tempat: I Smart Educare (PB VTO) di Kepong Metro Prima, KL
Induksi PP-PPD-PPB – Nak dilantik sebagai: 👨🏼🎓 PP (Pegawai Penilai) 👨🏼🎓 PPD (Pegawai Pengesah Dalaman) ataupun 🤵🏻 PPB (Pengurus Pusat Bertauliah) di Pusat Bertauliah JPK 👨🏻🍳 PPL (perlu lulus induksi PP-PPD-PPB dulu)
📅Tarikh: 15-16 Feb ⏰ Masa: 8.30-5pm 🏫 Tempat: I Smart Educare (PB VTO) di Kepong Metro Prima, KL
Induksi PPL – Nak dilantik sebagai: 👩🏻🍳 PPL-SLaPB (>10 tahun pengalaman kerja dlm bidang kemahiran yang sama, sijil induksi PP-PPD-PPB & SKM3) 👩🏻🍳 PPL-SLDN (>10 tahun pengalaman kerja dlm bidang kemahiran yang sama, sijil induksi PP-PPD-PPB & SKM3)
📅Tarikh: 28-29 Mac ⏰ Masa: 8.30-5pm 🏫Tempat: I Smart Educare (PB VTO) di Kepong Metro Prima, KL
Yuran: RM350 setiap kursus.
😃 Berminat? Boleh muat turun borang dari sini (mod serta butiran bayaran juga ada di sini) –http://jpkmalaysia.com/borang-induksi-vto/
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 18 — Empowering Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) by developing a more relevant new policy in implementing TVET’s agenda in line with industry needs was part of the Ministry of Human Resources’s plan throughout 2019.
This was outlined in the Ministry of Human Resource’s 2019 achievement report to strengthen the various sectors under the ministry led by M. Kulasegaran, while also committed to championing the rights of workers in the country.
Touching on issues related to workers including skills upgrading, TVET education, security, law and others in the 32-page report card, the Ministry of Human Resources is committed towards improving every aspect in line with fulfilling the promises contained in the Pakatan Harapan’s manifesto.
According to Kulasegaran, the new system is responsible for accrediting TVET programmes offered by public and private TVET institutions based on the Second Edition Of The Malaysia Qualification Framework (MQF 2.0) which was approved at the MQA Council Meeting in December 2017.
“To date, there are 42 NOSS related to IR 4.0 as a result of TVET’s National Master Plan Development Study towards a developed nation and the direction until 2030 will be used by policy makers in the process of reforming TVET implementation in Malaysia,” he said. The efforts to empower the TVET field did not stop there when the ministry took the initiative to expand its field of study by signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Private Secondary School (SUWA) on May 23, 2019 at Kolej Universiti New Era in Kajang.
“The collaboration between the two entities led to the ministry’s involvement in allowing SUWA students to attend training programmes at 32 Department of Human Resource Training Institutes (ILJTM) and enabling the ministry to consider loan applications or scholarships to eligible students for further study in TVET programmes, Vocational Training Officers (VTO) and so on,” he said. — Bernama
* Ya, anda akan dapat RM30 dari kerajaan melalui inisiatif e-tunai rakyat. Jadi mengapa tidak gunakannya untuk mendapatkan sesuatu (beli NOSS) yang boleh membantu anda dari segi:
1. Pembangunan diri (kaji NOSS, buat penilaian kendiri serta kumpul bukti ketrampilan yang cukup untuk mohon Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM)secara PPT supaya anda ada persijilan yang diiktiraf oleh kerajaan Malaysia serta luar negara. 2. Perkembangan perniagaan latihan (Kaji NOSS untuk menentukan samada latihan kemahiran yang anda sedang/ingin tawarkan memenuhi keperluan NOSS. Jika hampir sama, pusat latihan anda patut pertimbangkan untuk mendapatkan pentauliahan dari Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK) supaya para pelatih anda dapat Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) nanti setelah tamat program latihan di tempat anda.
Panduan Permohonan SKM secara PPT (yang telah dipermudahkan serta disertakan dengan sampel dokumen supaya lebih memudahkan pemahaman anda). Ia termasuk: 1) Format kandungan dan susunan portfolio 2) Sumber bukti ketrampilan 3) Kategori bukti ketrampilan 4) Contoh dan sampel surat perakuan tempoh pengalaman kerja 5) Pemilihan tajuk LPKT (untuk permohonan DKM & DLKM) 6) Ciri-ciri penulisan laporan yang baik (untuk permohonan DKM & DLKM) 7) Format laporan (untuk permohonan DKM & DLKM)
Baik, ringkasan kod produk (semua cuma RM30):
1. NOSS 01 NOSS sedia ada (sila rujuk sini – ada >65 ) – Boleh dapat 2 tahap bernilai RM40 tapi cuma bayar RM30. 2. NOSS 02** NOSS yang tiada dalam simpanan/sedia ada boleh buat tempahan (1 program/tahap sahaja. Jika ada tambahan, cuma tambah RM20 setiap program/tahap). 3. PSKM-PPT Panduan Permohonan SKM secara PPT (yang telah dipermudahkan serta disertakan dengan sampel dokumen supaya lebih memudahkan pemahaman anda)
** Petrol, tol, caj bank draf serta masa yang diperlukan untuk beli NOSS sendiri di JPK pasti melebihi RM10 (caj perkhidmatan).
Tunggu apa lagi? JOM scan sekarang!! Lepas scan, sila whatsapp ke 012-3123430 atau emel ke email@example.com;
1. Screenshot bayaran 2. Kod produk serta kod NOSS yang dikehendaki
Since so many people still message, call or email to ask the same question, over and over again, can I advise you something?
Almost everything you need to obtain with that involves SKM, it would be NOSS dependent. So, please refer to the NOSS directory to: 1. Determine the exact code of the skills program that you intend to offer in your training centre (to be Accredited by Department of Skill Development (DSD) or better known as JPK), 2. Apply to get your Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) via PPT or 3. Search for any SKM programs to study in any of the JPK Accredited Centres.
How To Be A JPK Accredited Centre (to offer SKM/DKM/DLKM certification)?
2. How To Apply for SKM/DKM/DLKM via PPT? a) Self application via www.skkm.gov.my – Download & read MANUAL PENGGUNA PPT 2018 OR b) Learn from a 2 days course – kursus induksi PP-PPT* that’s organised from time to time (average 3 times a year) c) Consultation** – Please contact/whatsapp 012-3123430
* 2020 PP-PPT Induction Course Date: 8-9 Feb Time: 8.30-5pm Venue: ISE Education Sdn Bhd, Kepong Metro Prima, KL Fees: RM350 (includes notes, morning tea break, lunch & certificate from Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK) Maybank 514589385943, ISE Education Sdn Bhd.
So, please read thoroughly before you chat with us asking the same question, thanks.