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Permohonan SKM-PPT PERCUMA – Tajaan Khas PSMB

Permohonan SKM-PPT PERCUMA? Betul ke?

Sebelum anda lihat apakah syarat serta T&C permohonan SKM-PPT Percuma ini, mari kita lihat apa faedah Persijilan Kemahiran Malaysia

1. Persijilan Kemahiran diiktiraf oleh industri di Malaysia

Bagi 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.

2. Persijilan Kemahiran Malaysia menyediakan suatu laluan kerjaya dan pembangunan diri yang menarik setanding dengan laluan kerjaya berasaskan kelayakan akademik. Ini dah terbukti dengan kebolehpasaran graduan TVET negara melonjak lebih 90% manakala Jabatan Perangkaan Malaysia melaporkan pada suku pertama 2019, negara merekodkan seramai 516,600 penganggur dimana seramai 238,286 penganggur termasuk 174,327 siswazah, mendaftar sebagai pencari kerja aktif dengan JobsMalaysia di bawah Jabatan Tenaga Kerja (JTK) Semenanjung

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 Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK).

Jadi, jelas bahawa nilai SKM/DKM/DLKM ini amat besar, cuma ramai yang masih tidak tahu menghargainya.

Persijilan Kemahiran Malaysia menawarkan lima (5) tahap persijilan:

  • Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) Tahap 1, 2 & 3
  • Diploma Kemahiran Malaysia (DKM) Tahap 4
  • Diploma Lanjutan Kemahiran Malaysia (DLKM) Tahap 5

Tetapi permohonan SKM-PPT PERCUMA tajaan khas PSMB ni hanya untuk Tahap 3 & terhad kepada 8 bidang SAHAJA

permohonan SKM-PPT percuma
permohonan SKM-PPT percuma

Sekiranya bidang kemahiran anda tiada dalam senarai ini dan ingin mohon SKM secara PPT (tanggungan sendiri), boleh baca lebih lanjut dari Panduan Permohonan yang boleh dimuat turun dari sini.

Jika dah baca panduan pun masih kabur/tak yakin mohon sendiri, bolehlah belajar melalui bengkel yang kami jalankan (secara online masa PKPB).
Bengkel untuk pembangunan LPKT (Tahap 4 & 5) serta VTO-PPT juga dijalankan. Sila Daftar CEPAT 👇👇👇. Bengkel SKM-PPT mula 12/12/20

Daftar Bengkel SKM-PPT
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Panduan Gaji Permulaan 2020 – 200 Pekerjaan Terpilih Berasaskan Kemahiran

Panduan Gaji Permulaan 2020

Penerbitan buku Panduan Gaji Permulaan 200 Pekerjaan Terpilih Berasaskan Kemahiran, Edisi Kedua (Tahun 2020) merupakan langkah berterusan Kementerian bagi menyokong strategi memperkukuh penjenamaan dan profil TVET seiring dengan Revolusi Industri 4.0.

Pengenalan semula kadar gaji pokok permulaan yang setimpal dengan kemahiran yang dimiliki oleh lulusan Sijil dan Diploma Kemahiran Malaysia kini dimurnikan kandungannya. Panduan ini sebagai satu pengiktirafan kepada graduan TVET yang memaparkan kemahiran bertaraf
antarabangsa dan gaji pokok permulaan berdasarkan kadar gaji minimum RM1,200.00 sebulan di wilayah bandar-bandar utama mulai 1 Februari 2020.

DATO’ AMIR BIN OMAR
Ketua Setiausaha,
Kementerian Sumber Manusia

200 PEKERJAAN TERPILIH INI ADALAH BERASASKAN KEMAHIRAN

  • Berdasarkan pekerjaan yang popular dalam pasaran buruh semasa
  • Disertakan deskripsi tugas am
  • Disertakan pekerjaan dengan kelayakan yang dipersijilkan oleh Jabatan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan

Perbezaan Panduan Gaji Permulaan 2016 Vs 2020

Panduan Gaji Permulaan 2020
Anda boleh rujuk Panduan 2016 di sini

Sekiranya anda buat perbandingan, adalah sedikit pertambahan dari segi gaji permulaan 2016 & 2020.
Pertambahannya meningkat dari 8.4% (DLKM T5) sehingga 17.7% (SKM T1)

Ingat, faktor lain@kompetensi lain seperti kejujuran, disiplin, kelayakan akademik (jika ada) serta soft skills seperti kemahiran komunikasi, penguasaan bahasa lain (terutamanya English) juga amat penting dalam menentukan permulaan gaji anda serta kenaikan pangkat & gaji seterusnya.

Pensijilan Kemahiran Malaysia adalah berdasarkan kepada Standard Kemahiran Pekerjaan Kebangsaan (National Occupational Skills Standard, NOSS). Setiap pelajar akan dinilai dan dikehendaki untuk memenuhi syarat-syarat NOSS sebelum dianugerahkan dengan Pensijilan
Kemahiran Malaysia.

Melalui Pensijilan Kemahiran Malaysia, lulusan sijil dan diploma kemahiran dapat meningkatkan tahap kemahiran mereka daripada separuh mahir kepada mahir seterusnya ke peringkat Penyeliaan dan Pengurusan dan Reka Bentuk.

Kumpulan Sasar

  • Pencari Kerja
  • Agensi Kerajaan
  • Majikan
  • Kesatuan Sekerja
  • Pelajar
  • Penyedia Latihan
  • Graduan
  • Kaunselor Kerjaya
  • Pengajar
  • Ibu Bapa

Sekiranya anda tidak dapat masuk ke Institusi Latihan Kemahiran Awam yang tersenarai dalam panduan ini, anda boleh cuba mohon di Institusi Latihan Kemahiran Swasta.

Sekiranya anda dah ada pengalaman kerja tetapi tiada Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM), bolehlah mohon SKM secara Pengiktirafan Pencapaian Terdahulu (PPT). Kiranya dah baca Panduan permohonan yang diberikan pun masih tidak faham atau yakin untuk mohon sendiri, boleh pertimbangkan untuk ikuti bengkel SKM-PPT (3-5 hari)

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Persamaan dan Perbezaan Pegawai Penilai dan Tenaga Pengajar

(PP vs TP) Pegawai Penilai dan Tenaga Pengajar

PP vs TP: Tahukah anda persamaan dan perbezaan pegawai penilai (PP) dan tenaga pengajar (TP)?

Pertama sekali, mari kita lihat apakah takrif kedua-dua istilah ini.

“Pengajar Penilai@Pegawai Penilai” ertinya personel di pusat bertauliah yang memenuhi kelayakan dan diperakui oleh Ketua Pengarah untuk mengajar dan menilai keterampilan pelatih di pusat bertauliah yang ditetapkan;

“Tenaga Pengajar” ertinya personel di pusat bertauliah yang memenuhi kelayakan dan diperakui oleh Ketua Pengarah untuk mengajar pelatih di pusat bertauliah yang ditetapkan;

PANDUAN PELAKSANAAN DAN SYARAT PENTAULIAHAN SISTEM LATIHAN PROGRAM BERTAULIAH (SLaPB) DI BAWAH SISTEM PERSIJILAN KEMAHIRAN MALAYSIA BERASASKAN STANDARD KEMAHIRAN PEKERJAAN KEBANGSAAN
(PERSONEL PENTAULIAHAN
)
Ha, nampak tak perbezaannya? Ataupun nampak sama je?

Kepentingan Pengetahuan Mengenai Pegawai Penilai dan Tenaga Pengajar

  1. Paling penting sekali, anda tahu apakah kriteria lantikan PP dan TP supaya tidak silap mengikuti kursus dan membazir wang dan masa mengikutinya!
PP vs TP: Kritiria Lantikan PP
PP vs TP: Syarat Kelayakan PP
PP vs TP: Kriteria Lantikan TP

a) Dari 3 jadual di atas, jelas menunjukkan kedua-dua PP dan TP WAJIB lulus kursus induksi PP/PPD/PPB.

b) Dari segi pemilikan Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM), Diploma Kemahiran Malaysia (DKM) atau Diploma Lanjutan Kemahiran Malaysia (DLKM), adalah TIDAK WAJIB untuk TP tetapi WAJIB untuk PP.
Sekiranya anda ada pengalaman kerja dalam bidang kemahiran anda (> 3 tahun ke atas secara amnya) tetapi masih tiada SKM lagi, bolehlah mohon SKM secara PPT (Berdasarkan pengalaman kerja & bukti ketrampilan, tak perlu ikuti kursus berbulan/tahun lamanya)

c) Juga, PP WAJIB ada Sijil Pegawai Latihan Operasi/Vokasional (I-031-3:2014) @ VTO (yang merupakan syarat asas lantikan sebagai Pengajar Vokasional) atau Sijil Teknik Mengajar yang diiktiraf oleh JPK (rujuk jadual di bawah).

Harap maklum, sijil NCS TTT adalah TIDAK setaraf. Ia cuma boleh dijadikan untuk kelayakan sebagai PP program Modular sahaja.

2. Kedua, ketahuilah peranan & tanggungjawab PP vs TP. Bolehlah katakan peranan & tanggungjawab PP jauh melebihi TP tetapi itulah yang menjadikan PP lebih diperlukan oleh Pusat Bertauliah JPK (awam & swasta) berbanding TP.

4.6.1 Peranan dan tanggungjawab Tenaga Pengajar (TP)
a. Mengajar pelatih dengan kebolehpercayaan, telus dan sahih;
b. Mematuhi arahan yang ditetapkan oleh PP

Gabungan PP & TP

Sekarang, mari kita lihat bagaimana untuk menggunakan PP & TP untuk mengoptimumkan kapasiti pelatih di Pusat Bertauliah SLaPB anda.

Jadual seterusnya pula menunjukkan lantikan PP untuk program SKM/CU bagi program sepenuh masa (FT) & separa masa (PT)

Akhir sekali adalah jadual lantikan PP & TP di PB yang berlainan.

Kesimpulannya, skop Pegawai Penilai adalah jauh lebih besar berbanding dengan Tenaga Pengajar. Oleh itu, permintaannya (peluang kerja PP) lebih tinggi di PB berbanding TP.

Kursus Percuma Penjana Kerjaya

Jika anda berminat jadi Pegawai Penilai (PP) tetapi masih tidak memenuhi mana-mana syaratnya, berikut adalah pautan ringkas untuk mendapatkan kelayakkan yang diperlukan.

  1. Sijil induksi PP-PPD-PPB
  2. Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM)
  3. Sijil VTO

HELLO. CANNOT. What You CANNOT do if you fail SPM

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FAIL SPM?

Now, since GSC admin said this phrase “HELLO. CANNOT.” and popularized by netizens, let’s see what you CANNOT do if you fail SPM.

1. Generally, you are not able to work in any government agency@appointed to any government position as most of it requires a min pass in SPM or equivalent, except for very few positions that only require PMR/PT3 or talents.

Fail SPM - No Government Job at SPA

2. You CANNOT further your study directly to an MQA accredited diploma program in higher education institutions. However, there are few other options for you to further study, to be shared later.

3. You CANNOT be an air stewardess/steward@cabin crew@flight attendant. As I know, SPM is a MUST. Not sure things have change or not.

Fail SPM - CANNOT be Cabin Crew

4. Your chances of employment in Singapore is at a disadvantage as the government of SG requires a min in SPM or equivalent for employers to hire you at a lower levy. Here are some figures for you (2016 data)
If foreign workers account for 25-40% of your company, and if you don’t have SPM, then the levy would be S$700. 10-25% would bring it to S$550, and those below 10% would be S$420. (With SPM, the amount would be cut by S$100, and so on) – according to Verna Ling, a Malaysian’s experience working in Singapore.

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How to Overcome it?

1. Well, if you really insist to be in the public sector@government servant, you only have once choice. Resit for whichever paper that you failed in your SPM (usually it is BM or Sejarah). My personal opinion, just forget about it. Be a freelancer, self made entrepreneur or join the private sector. Work harder in the field that you like, it should be more rewarding than being a ‘clean’ government servant.

2. This is the core of this website’s focus, skills/TVET education. Further study options if you fail SPM in BM version can be found here. So, what can you do if fail SPM?

a) Take up a skills/TVET program that you have interest/good at.
Eg. you may like cooking, repairing electronic items at home, heavy interest with cars and it’s mechanics. So naturally, courses that suits you could be culinary, industrial electronics and automotive technicians respectively. You could still have a good career, if not brighter than those academic graduates.

b) So what’s next after getting skills certificate@Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM)? Good news is that you can also further to an executive degree or academic Bachelor or Masters degree later in life.

c) With SKM, the world is yours. Not just Singapore, you will be surprised that it’s widely accepted worldwide, by countries like UAE, China, Australia (basically Commonwealth countries)

d) If you don’t intend or have the heart to study now, no problem. You may work for few years first to gain industry experience and when ready to further study, you may take up APEL A examination to gain entry to study Bachelors (21 yeas old and above) or Masters Degree (30 yeas old and above) at selected University.

Recession-proof TVET Jobs/Business With Early Childhood Education Course

Early Childhood Education Course
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Early Childhood Education Course Malaysia

We believe that early childhood education course (ECE) or also known as early childhood and care education (ECCE) (Pengasuhan dan Pendidikan Awak Kanak-kanak – T982-001-3:2017) & Preschool Teaching (Pendidikan Pra Sekolah – ET-012-3:2012) is a good choice, as a recession-proof career or business.

There is always a need

In a good economy, people send their children to preschool and early childhood education centre because they have some disposable income and have a need for child care and be educated, regardless of whether or not they’re a dual-income family. Conversely, if the economy is in a downturn, families that may not have been dual-income earners may suddenly need full-time child care due to a parent returning to the workforce. So the bottom line is, there is always a need.

The ability to grow regardless of the state of the economy

Not only is early childhood education and care a recession-proof business, but it also offers excellent growth opportunities. If you work hard to be found by parents searching for exceptional early childhood education and care, and give them a reason to entrust you with their children, then you will always be successful.

Introduction

Early Childhood Care and Education

Early childhood care and education (ECCE)

In Malaysia, it is divided into two age groups, which is 0-4 years and 4-6 years old.

The first group (0-4 years), comes under the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development (MWFCD) which coordinates national programmes on the growth and development of children. Through its Department of Social Welfare, MWFCD keeps a register of all childcare centres (also known as taska) in the country.

Pre-school education for the second group (4-6 years) comes under three ministries/agencies, i.e. the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Rural and Regional Development, and the National Unity Department.

The Malaysian government places a strong emphasis on early childhood care and education (ECCE) and has formulated the National Policy for Early Childhood Education. Under this policy, programs have been introduced to meet the diverse needs of the crucial early years of newborns until the age of six. These programmes provide a solid foundation for healthy growth and development which expose them to activities in nation-building and enhance their readiness for primary school education. The government’s involvement in early childhood care and education (ECCE) is evident from its numerous initiatives to make early childhood programmes more accessible especially for less fortunate children and those in rural areas. A significant amount of funds is also allocated for early childhood care and education (ECCE) every year.

Types of early childhood education and care Institutions

ECCE programmes in Malaysia are offered by two types of institutions, namely:

  • Childcare centres or nurseries or taska
  • Preschools or kindergartens or tadika

(A) Childcare Centres or Nurseries (Taska)

Childcare Centre Act 1984 has been reviewed and passed by the Parliament giving rise to the Childcare Centres (Amendment) Act 2007. Government-supported community childcare centres, subsidised workplace childcare centres and Quality Improvement Accreditation System (QIAS) have also being implemented.

In Malaysia, a legislative-approved childcare centre is defined as a premise at which four or more children under the age of four years from more than one household are received to be looked after for reward.

Childcare centres in Malaysia fall into four categories:

  • Government-owned childcare centres (Taska dalam komuniti since 2006)
  • Workplace childcare centres
  • Institution-based childcare centres with 10 children or more
  • Home-based childcare centres with fewer than 10 children

Under the law, all childcare centres need to be registered with the Department of Social Welfare (DSW) or more popularly known as Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat Malaysia (JKM) under the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development (MWFCD). MWFCD is responsible for the approval and establishment of childcare centres in the country whilst JKM serves as the main regulator and coordinator of ECCE programmes.

In the plantation sector, childcare centres are provided free under the Standard Act, Minimum Housing and Workers Facilitation 1990 and monitored by the Ministry of Human Resources.

Categories of Childcare Centres

  • Workplace Childcare Centres
    With more and more women are engaged in active employment, MWFCD has been promoting the setting up of childcare at the workplace. For example, the government provides incentives in the form of a RM80,000 grant for the renovation and furnishing of childcare centres set up within government offices. Also, to encourage working mothers to utilise these centres, a subsidy of RM180 per month is given to government servants with monthly salaries below RM2000 who send their children to these centres.

    MWFCD also encourages the private sector to provide childcare facilities at the workplace for their employees. Incentives include 10% tax exemption on the cost of building the childcare centres for a period of 10 years.
  • Community Childcare Centres
    MWFCD has been setting up community childcare centres in urban and rural areas with the objective of providing quality childcare services that is more accessible and affordable to the local community. It aims to set up 10 new community childcare centres throughout the country every year. The centres use a curriculum set by MWFCD and is based on the active participation of the local community, parents, children, governmental agencies as well as private organisations. MWFCD has also proposed that every parliamentary area set up a community childcare centre.

    Families who send their children to community childcare centres would receive a monthly subsidy of RM180 per child if the family’s income is below RM2000 or RM1200 in urban and rural areas respectively. A grant of RM55,000 will also be given to those interested in setting up a community childcare centre.
  • Permata Negara Early Childhood Education and Care Centres
    The Permata Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) programme was initiated by YABhg. Datin Paduka Seri Rosmah Mansor and was introduced after it was approved by the Cabinet on 21 June 2006 with a grant of RM20 million. Themed ‘Every Child a Jewel’ (Setiap Anak Permata), the Permata Negara pilot project was launched at 14 locations in 2006, with at least one in each state- with the curriculum and teacher training spearheaded by Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris.

(B) Pre-schools or Kindergartens (Tadika) for children aged 4 to 6

Early childhood education for children aged 4-6 years comes under three ministries, i.e. the Ministry of Education; the Ministry of Rural and Regional Development; and the Department of National Unity. The pioneer in the setting up of preschools is the Ministry of Rural Development which began in the early 1970’s. There are currently 8307 preschools set up by this ministry which are commonly known as the KEMAS preschool. KEMAS preschools are located in rural or suburban areas and are set up based on requests by local authorities.

Under the Department of National Unity, PERPADUAN preschools were established in urban areas where ‘Rukun Tetangga’ (a friendly neighbourhood scheme) existed. At present, there are 1496 PERPADUAN preschools. In 1992, the Ministry of Education (MOE) started setting up preschools as an annex to existing primary schools through a pilot project. This was extended to the entire nation in 1993 and currently, there are about 5905 of such preschools. Other providers of preschool education include also the State Religious Department and ABIM (Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia).

Table 1.1 : The Three Main Types of Public Preschools in Malaysia (as at 2007)
Types of preschoolKEMAS preschoolsMOE preschoolsPERPADUAN preschools
Number of classes8307 classes5905 classes1496 classes
Percentage (by class)52.9%37.9%9.5%
Enrolment198,275147,62538,952

What Qualifications Do You Need?

Basic childcare course (Kursus Asuhan Permata) approved by the Department of Social Welfare (JKM).

You are also encouraged (soon maybe compulsory) to pursue an early childhood education course that has the following qualifications:

Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia 3 in Early Childhood Care and Development Education (T982-001-3:2017) (1 year program) or equivalent, if you want to be an early childhood educator or taska owner.

You do not need SPM but basic 3M skills (Membaca, Menulis & Mengira is required and min age is 17 years old.
Depending on institution that you select, lectures may be delivered in BM or English)

OR

Diploma in Early Childhood Education Course (2.5 years program), if you want to teach in kindergarten

Entry Requirements:

  • 3 Credits in SPM or equivalent; or
  • 2 Credits in SPM and 3 years of working experience with young children; or
  • 1 Credit in SPM and 5 years of working experience with young children
  • Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia 3 or Sijil Kolej Komuniti (Level 3, MQF) in a related field and pass in SPM with at least credit in one (1) subject
  • Admission through Accreditation of Prior Learning Experience or APEL: 1 credit and 5 years related learning/working experience

Career Prospects:

  • Author of Children’s Books
  • Au Pair
  • Art Instructor
  • Children’s Television Broadcaster
  • Curriculum Developer /Trainers
  • Consultant
  • Journalist
  • Lecturer
  • Marketing
  • Nutritionist
  • Parenting Coach
  • Product Developer
  • Experimental Coach
  • Event Management
  • Educator
  • Entertainer
  • Instructor
  • Instructional Designer
  • Researcher
  • Social Workers
  • Teacher / Principal
  • Voice Talent
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Source: Schools of Malaysia Directory 3rd Ed, Unirazak, Dika College

Note: The demand is so high that we are also getting enquiries for colleges (IPTS) that is going for sale that offers early childhood education course.

Persijilan Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) melalui PPT – PERCUMA

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Siapa tak nak percuma kan? Cepat, ia adalah terhad. Sila wasap/hubungi no yg diberi, jangan suruh pm. Min cuma kongsi info sahaja.

Syarat umum: Pastikan anda ada pengalaman bekerja (min 2-3 tahun) dalam bidang yang anda ingin mohon, dengan adanya bukti ketrampilan.
Mungkin boleh baca dulu apa itu Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) dan cara permohonan secara Pengiktirafan Pencapaian Terdahulu (PPT).

Sekiranya anda minat mohon SKM secara PPT tetapi masih tidak tahu/perlukan khidmat runding (BERBAYAR) walaupun telah baca panduan yang diberikan, sila wasap ke no 012-3123430 dengan butiran seperti berikut:

1. Nama anda
2. Bidang kemahiran anda (sila rujuk kod bidang NOSS anda dari Daftar NOSS)
3. Pengalaman kerja dalam bidang kemahiran yang ingin dipohon.
4. Sijil akademik/kemahiran yang berkaitan dengan bidang kemahiran yang ingin dipohon.

JPK mula siasat dakwaan kolej perdaya pelajar

KUALA LUMPUR: Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK) di Kementerian Sumber Manusia sudah memulakan siasatan ke atas sebuah kolej swasta, dekat sini, yang didakwa memperdaya pelajarnya.

Ketua Pengarahnya, Nidzam Kamarulzaman, berkata siasatan itu susulan pendedahan BH hari ini selepas menerima aduan pelajar yang mendakwa menjadi mangsa apabila mengesyaki diperguna kolej swasta berkenaan sebagai tenaga kerja murah.

“Kita sudah mulakan siasatan, namun butirannya tidak dapat saya dedahkan. Kita tunggu laporan penuh nanti,” katanya kepada BH.

BH hari ini mendedahkan dakwaan pelajar kulinari kolej berkenaan mereka mengesyaki diperdaya dan digunakan sebagai tenaga kerja murah.

Kegiatan dikesan selepas beberapa pelajar mendakwa menjadi mangsa apabila dihantar menjalani latihan praktikal bersama pihak industri sehingga tempoh dua tahun, dengan hanya dibayar elaun RM700 sebulan.

Ditanya mengenai silibus pengajian di kolej itu, Nidzam mengakui ia mencurigakan, khususnya apabila mereka menghantar pelajar menjalani latihan praktikal bersama pihak industri sehingga dua tahun.

“Tempoh dibenarkan untuk menjalani latihan industri luar kolej ialah antara 20 hingga 30 peratus daripada keseluruhan program, manakala selebihnya diwajibkan dilakukan di dalam kolej.

“Kita percaya kegiatan ini seperti bersindiket. Mereka bertopengkan kolej yang menyediakan kursus seperti masakan, perhotelan dan kulinari, semata-mata untuk membekalkan pekerja kepada industri,” katanya.

Ketua Pengarah Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK), Nidzam Kamarulzaman.

Selain itu, Nidzam turut khuatir dengan status pelajar yang menjalani kursus di kolej berkenaan yang kemungkinan besar tidak didaftarkan di bawah JPK.

“Semakan dilakukan mendapati hanya 25 pelajar didaftarkan kolej berkenaan sejak ditauliahkan pada 2016, sedangkan mereka sewajarnya mendaftarkan nama semua pelajar setiap kali pengambilan dilakukan.

“Adalah mencurigakan apabila pengambilan pelajar baharu dilakukan hampir setiap bulan. Jika (pelajar) tidak berdaftar dengan JPK, risikonya ialah mereka tidak akan diberikan Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) atau Diploma Kemahiran Malaysia (DKM) selepas tamat latihan,” katanya.

Sumber: Berita Harian