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
Since so many people still messaged, called or emailed 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. Looking 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.
Dah baca dan masih tak faham? Ikutilah taklimat SKM-PPT yang dianjurkan oleh setiap pejabat Wilayah JPK secara PERCUMA – Persediaan kepada calon mengambil SKM-PPT.
Diadakan setiap HARI SELASA MINGGU PERTAMA setiap bulan.
Kalau dah baca Panduan, dah ikuti Taklimat PERCUMA dan masih tak faham ataupun takda masa nak buat sendiri, BAYAR lor – dapatkan khidmat runding dari min 😀
Bergantung kepada perkhidmatan apa yang diperlukan, kosnya dari beratus hingga ribu, setiap Tahap.
PS: Bagi mereka yang dah ada SKM, berpengalaman 10 tahun ke atas (atau kurang tapi bidang baru/kritikal) dan minat jadi Pegawai Penilai kaedah PPT (PP-PPT), bolehlah ikuti kursus induksi PP-PPT minggu ni, 12-13 Okt di ISE Education Sdn Bhd, Keopng Metro Prima.
1. Persijilan Kemahiran diiktiraf oleh industri di Malaysia Realitinya, tidak lagi semua industri tetapi pihak Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK) bersama Industrial Lead Body (ILB) memang sentiasa berusaha ke arah itu.
Begitu juga untuk sektor perkhidmatan kecantikan dan dandanan rambut, sesetengah pihak berkuasa tempatan seperti MPAJ & MPS dikatakan mensyaratkan pengusaha atau pekerjanya perlu ada Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) untuk memohon lesen premis.
Difahamkan juga sektor air akan mewajibkan sesetengah pekerja dalam bidang tertentu memiliki Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia menjelang 2020.
3. Persijilan Kemahiran Malaysia berupaya melahirkan pekerja mahir yang terlatih dan berkelayakan untuk mempertingkatkan daya saing industri tempatan di pasaran dunia. Ia telah terbukti bahawa Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia kita ni memang laku dan jauh lebih bernilai dari sijil-sijil lain, tak kira tempatan ke luar negeri seperti UK.
Sudah banyak kes di mana Kedutaan Negara Asing di Malaysia cuma menyokong (endorse) Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM), Diploma Kemahiran Malaysia (DKM) & Diploma Lanjutan Kemahiran Malaysia (DLKM) tetapi tidak sijil-sijil kemahiran/akademik lain, walaupun ia mungkin datang dari UK, Australia atau Germany, kecuali ia adalah dari badan professional yang dikenali dunia (seperti ACCA, CIBTAC, CIDESCO, TWI dsbgnya).
Apakah kepentingan ini? Jika anda ingin bekerja dalam industri kemahiran di Dubai, Australia, China ke mana-mana di luar Malaysia, majikan dan kedutaan rata-ratanya hanya mengiktiraf SKM/DKM/DLKM. Tak percaya? Cuba pergi tanya pegawai di Kedutaan Asing ataupun JPK.
Jadi, jelas bahawa nilai SKM/DKM/DLKM ini amat besar, cuma ramai yang masih tidak tahu menghargainya.
Sekiranya anda ada lebih info yang nak kongsi dengan admin, sila komen ya.
Ini adalah makluman terkini (belum diwawarkan secara rasmi oleh CIAST lagi) tapi bolehlah buat persiapan awal.
Prosedur pengeluaran sijil induksi mungkin bakal dicetak oleh calon sendiri melalui www.skkm.gov.my. Jadi semua calon WAJIB daftar di www.skkm.gov.my & semak keputusan serta cetak sijil sendiri kemudian. Mohon maaf atas segala kesulitan yang mungkin timbul dengan prosedur baru ini.
Nota: Ini melibatkan semua sijil yang masih tertunggak sejak persaraan Ketua Pengarah yang lalu pada bulan Mac 2019. Jika anda belum ikuti salah satu induksi PP-PPD-PPB, PP-PPT atau PPL, bolehlah rujuk jadual induksi 2019 disini.
This is the latest update (not officially announced in CIAST website yet) and you should be prepared for it earlier.
Highly possible NEW procedure of cert printing: You may need to print your own cert via www.skkm.gov.my later when their (JPK/CIAST) system is ready (estimated another 1-2 months again). So YOU MUST register yourself at www.skkm.gov.my coz they may not be printing out cert anymore. Sorry for inconveniences caused (on behalf of CIAST/JPK)
Note: This affects all outstanding certs since the retirement of the previous JPK Director General in March 2019. If you have not attended either PP-PPD-PPB, PP-PPT or PPL induction course, you may refer to 2019 induction course schedule here to plan your schedule.
At the moment, several private organisations have been offering courses in various aspects of drone operation; for mapping, facilities inspection, progress report (for property developers and construction projects), film and drama production, news, the acquisition of aerial footage and photographs.
These courses last from two days (for basic operation of a drone) to a few days covering the various aspects of drone piloting for specific purposes such as mapping.
Before the launch of the NOSS Standard, formal government-recognised certification for drone piloting courses were not available for the aspiring pilot.
As the usage of drones expands, beyond a hobby to industrial use, the need for trained pilots who have gone through structured instructions based on an accepted and recognised national standards, become increasingly pressing.
Especially now that the word ‘drone’ appears in the media daily from all over the world; both negative and positive news.
But it is always the negative aspects that capture the public’s imagination and it is up to the industry to dispel negativity and myths that surround drones.
One positive effort is the adoption of formalised training for drone operators; people who not only know how to operate them safely within the limitations of each type of craft but who are also aware of the legal and regulatory requirements in the operation of drones.
Sometime in 2017, Malaysia Unmanned Drones Activist Society (MUDAS), a non-governmental organisation devoted to the development and advancement of drones in the country, initiated discussions with the Department of Skills Development or Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK) to develop a formal curriculum for the training of drone pilots under the vocational programmes of the many polytechnics and colleges spread throughout the country.
MUDAS is a non-governmental organisation devoted to the development and advancement of drones in the country.
The NGO has been in the forefront of promoting dialogue with government agencies that are involved in regulating and controlling the nation’s airspace, the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM), the Jabatan Ukur dan Pemetaan Negara (JUPEM), the survey and mapping department, which has traditionally been the authority overseeing aerial photography, especially mapping because of its implications on national security, and other organisations that have direct and indirect interests in the operation of ‘drones’.
“MUDAS initiated contact with JPK in late 2017 to moot the idea of drone pilot training under the National Occupational Skills Standard (NOSS) programme,” said Executive Secretary William Alvisse.
“In mid-2018 an expert panel was formed comprising of representatives from CAAM, Jupem and MCMC (Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission) to create the current Curriculum,” Alvisse added.
Husni Faiz, a graduate of Electrical Power Engineering and a full-time pilot under BIP Studio and drone piloting trainer welcomes the NOSS Standards.
“It’s vital for those intending to be professional drone pilots undergo formal training such as the structure that is recommended in the NOSS standard.
“While recreational flyers may not need the entire course structure, it would be a good idea if parts or modules of that could be offered to training companies to train the hobbyists and recreational flyers,” he added.
Husni also trains pilots under his Akufly Academy.
“Having the NOSS training standard is good for the industry, said Kamarul A Muhamed, CEO of the Aerodyne Group.
Aerodyne operates in 11 countries and is regarded as the premier drone services company, providing integrated managed solutions for the petroleum, civil engineering and facilities industry.
It employs 300 people, 1/3rd of whom are drone pilots.
“A structured drone piloting course will increase the level of competence and will lead to better safety and quality of operations,” he added.
Currently, Aerodyne trains its local pilots locally and in-house following the structure set by training schools in the UK and Australia where some of their pilots and trainers have been trained. The company then structure their training based on the training syllabus of these schools.
The Aerodyne pilots operating in their international markets are trained at authorised training schools for certifications should this be available in that particular country.
As a renowned global drone services company, recruitment isn’t an issue with many would-be pilots clamouring to join the group.
“The challenge, however, is in getting good technical pilots with the right mentality for enterprise-level work,” Kamarul said.
Kamarul lists technical ability, having a global mindset, the ability to communicate well and good and diligent in report writing, and problem-solving skills as the key factors he looks for in a candidate.
Drone Academy Asia provides training for drone operators and its graduates receive a “globally recognised DJI certificate”.
A representative of the academy said that they believe a formalised course structure is needed for the industry and that they are studying the NOSS standard and framework.
Located at the Cyberjaya Innovation Hub, Drone Academy offers courses in Aerial Mapping and Surveying, Precise Aerial Mapping and a Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF) claimable Professional Drone Operator course.
The idea for a structured course, leading to certification is to produce well trained and competent workforce to meet the requirements of drone service companies to handle flights for mapping, facilities and structure monitoring, agriculture to name just three areas where drones are being increasingly used.
“There are two levels, Level 2 and 3 with 1,200 hours and 1,300 hours of training respectively,” said Alvisse.
“Upon completion of the training, candidates will be awarded an SKM (Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia) certificate,” Alvisse added.
“Just a word of caution though,” Kamarul said.
“In the long term drone piloting will be limited in requirements as the industry moves into pilotless autonomous operation.”
Which will then necessitate an overhaul of the training syllabus?
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Kementerian Sumber Manusia telah menyiapkan pelan tindakan (blueprint) 2025 di bawah Majlis Pembangunan Kemahiran Kebangsaan yang membabitkan enam kementerian untuk meluaskan lagi projek Latihan Vokasional dan Pendidikan Teknikal (TVET).
Timbalannya, Datuk Mahfuz Omar berkata, program Tahfiz TVET merupakan langkah pertama untuk meluaskan lagi latihan kemahiran kepada anak muda Tahfiz mengikut keperluan industri semasa.
Katanya, kementerian akan bekerjasama dengan Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia (KPM) untuk merancakkan TVET secara lebih baik dengan elemen Tahfiz yang dibawa.
“Kita sedang dalam memasukkan pelan ini ke dalam Rancangan Malaysia Ke 12 supaya menjadi persiapan untuk kita lebih bersungguh-sungguh menyediakan dana mencukupi terutama dalam menghadapi Industri Revolusi 4.0.
“Saya harap dengan adanya TVET Tahfiz ini, perhubungan dua latar belakang yang berbeza dapat dipertemukan di mana tenaga pengajar tahfiz sedikit sebanyak dapat mempelajari ilmu kemahiran Industri Automasi dan Robotik. Malah guru TVET juga dapat memahami tentang Tahfiz.
“Saya menyeru ibu bapa supaya tidak bimbang untuk hantar anak-anak mereka dalam program TVET Tahfiz ini malah kita harus lihat sebagai salah satu masa depan mereka untuk mendapatkan peluang pekerjaan,”katanya.
Beliau berkata demikian kepada pemberita selepas majlis Perasmian TVET Tahfiz dan Sambutan Aidilfitri Encounter Corridor Training Centre (ECTC), di Galleri Klang Sentral, hari ini.
Datuk Mahfuz Omar beramah mesra dengan pelajar tahfiz dalam majlis yang diadakan hari ini.
Turut hadir, Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif (CEO) Enter Coridor, Ahmad Radzi Yusof; Pengetua Maahad Tahfiz Al Quran Wa As Sunnah (MTAQWA’S), Ahmad Zaki Abdul Latif; dan Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (Adun) Meru, Mohd Fakhrulrazi Mohd Mokhtar.
Dalam majlis sama, beliau turut menyokong pendekatan ‘MenTVETkan tahfiz dan menTahfizkan TVET’ sebagai salah satu agenda yang dibawa oleh kerajaan untuk memperkasakan pendidikan Tahfiz.
Katanya, peluang tersebut akan membuka peluang lebih luas kepada pelajar tahfiz menceburi bidang kemahiran yang diiktiraf Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK) tanpa mengabaikan hafazan mereka.
“Saya juga berharap Jabatan Zakat dapat tampil membiayai memberikan dana kepada anak-anak tahfiz untuk program tvet yang sudah tentu akan membentuk pemikiran baru di luar kotak dimana Tahfiz tidak semestinya menjadi imam dan bilal sahaja apabila mereka keluar bekerja kelak,”ujarnya.
Sementara itu, Ahmad Radzi berkata, program TVET Tahfiz sama sekali tidak mengganggu proses pembelajaran dan penghafazan anak-anak Tahfiz.
Malah katanya, program ini dapat memberikan penekanan bersifat ‘serampang dua mata’ membabitkan latihan kemahiran dan menghafaz al-Quran kepada pelajarnya.
“Waktu belajar dan menghafaz mereka tidak akan terganggu. Program hafazan hanya akan berlangsung pada sebelah malam. Manakala program latihan TVET ini bermula jam 8pagi sehingga jam 5 petang.
“Untuk pilot project yang pertama kali di adakan ini, pengambilan pelajar tahfiz untuk sesi pertama latihan TVET seramai 35 orang,”ujarnya.
Program hari ini turut menyaksikan tandatangan memorandum persefahaman antara ECTC dan MTAQWA’S.
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SHAH ALAM: Education Minister Maszlee Malik says the Cabinet has approved a proposal for a single qualifying body for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) courses.
“This is so that every TVET institution will produce graduates who are recognised, instead of them being lumped together in the labour market without recognition from the industry,” he said in his speech at the Rise of the Asian Tiger Convention at UiTM Shah Alam today.
He added that the process of integration has begun for vocational colleges, polytechnics, community colleges, and technical universities in the country.
Previously, he said, these institutions were separate and played different functions.
“Today they are all under one roof, under the education ministry. But what we want is for them to be standardised, so there is alignment and communication between these institutions.
“We want to increase material sharing, sharing of expertise, and sharing of industry connections.”
This would also enable industry players to connect with the ministry with more ease, which would in turn provide a wider employment market for graduates, he said.
He said the ministry would ensure that TVET courses are seen as a primary choice instead of an alternative.
On a recent Bank Negara report highlighting low entry-level salaries, he said the issue is being addressed, with changes underway.
Besides widening industry participation in education, he said, the ministry will review the courses and tertiary education streams that are presently available.
This includes looking into the potential cancellation of certain courses, or the addition of new ones which are more needs-driven or based on current market needs.
“What is for certain is that the ministry is committed to ensuring that universities and graduates are capable of preparing the best products in the industry network, to face the obstacles of the fourth industrial revolution,” he said.
Maszlee also spoke of an increased collaboration among public universities.
“They will collaborate between one public university and another based on their various fields, whereby we have categorised the public universities into clusters,” he said.
“We no longer want them moving in a silo, or conducting their roles without collaboration or synergy. (This way) we can ensure that the best is given to students and the academics working at the universities.”
He said the ministry has set up different clusters to help public universities reinforce their strengths, identities and marketability of their graduates.
“We also want to stress the concept of internationalising our universities.
“We are confident that we can become leaders in our fields, and in each speciality of these universities,” he said.
The categories in question are: Malaysian Focus University, Malaysian Research University, Malaysian Comprehensive University, Malaysian Technical University and Malaysian Islamic University.
On the matter of the zero-reject policy in schools, Maszlee said schools had received 83,039 disabled students since the policy was implemented earlier this year.
For undocumented children, 2,635 students have registered with schools so far.
Comment: Wonder what took the Ministry so long. So now “Integration has begun for vocational colleges, polytechnics, community colleges, and technical universities” – no details given on the integration. And what about the ILP, IKBN, IKTBN and other Pusat Bertauliah JPK, especially the private ones?