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2 2 Training - TVET Malaysia as International Hub for Skills Training - TVET

3 3 The Federation of Malaysia comprises Peninsular Malaysia (or West Malaysia), and the states of Sabah and Sarawak which are located on the island of Borneo. The country has a total land area of 329,758 square km and is made up of 13 states and three Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur (the capital), Putrajaya and Labuan. In the areas of education and training, Malaysia has become a trusted destination for international students. Malaysia has modern infrastructure and a well structured education system that cater to the needs of both local and international students. There are more than a million Malaysian students studying at higher education institutions. In addition, Malaysia is currently home to more than 120,000 international Students. Quick Fact Population28,334,135 [ (2010) [ Temperature23 °C (73.4 °F) and 32 °C (89.6 °F)

4 4 Introduction to DSD Malaysian Skills Certification System SkillsMalaysia Partnership SkillsMalaysia INVITE SkillsMalaysia INVITE - Event

5 Department of Skills Development (DSD) is an agency under Ministry of Human Resources (MOHR) responsible to manage, coordinate and promote skills training program and career development based on skills competencies. DSD is regulated under the National Skills Development Act 2006 (Act 652) DSD formerly known as; National Vocational Training Council (NVTC/MLVK) (1989 – 2006) National Industrial Trade Training Certification Board (NITTCB/LLPPKK) (1971 – 1989) 5

6 1989 1993 2009 1971 National Industrial Trade Training and Certification Board (NITTCB) National Vocational Training Council (NVTC/MLVK) 2005 2006 2008 10 th MP 2007 Malaysian Skills Certification Systems (L1-L5) National Dual Training Systems (NDTS/SLDN) Department of Skills Development (DSD) NASDA 2006 (Act 652) 6 Regional offices & CIAST Skills Dev. Master Plan SDT 2008-2009 Cyberjaya Office Toward MSD & MSAD recognition 2010 6

7 7 Skills accreditation and certification Expert development Standard and curriculum development Industry-driven training National Occupational Skills Standard (NOSS) Skills upgrading, Instructor development, capacity building, Industrial experts engagements, Skills Competition Accreditation of Training Organisation Student > Assessment > Cert’n Reg. National Dual Training System – NDTS 1 2 4 3

8 8 1.BASED ON OCCUPATIONAL REQUIREMENTS A SPECIFICATION OF THE COMPETENCIES EXPECTED OF A SKILLED WORKER WHO IS GAINFULLY EMPLOYED IN MALAYSIA FOR AN OCCUPATIONAL AREA AND LEVEL AND PATHWAY TO ACHIEVE THE COMPETENCIES MAIN CHARACTERISTICS 2. DIRECTLY RELATED TO CAREER STRUCTURE OF AN OCCUPATION. 3. DEVELOPED BY INDUSTRIAL PRACTITIONERS AND SKILLED WORKERS WHO DIRECTLY INVOLVE IN THE OCCUPATION. 1

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10 PROCEDURE WHERE DSD ASSESS AND APPROVE SKILLS TRAINING PROGRAM UNDER MALAYSIAN SKILLS CERTIFICATION SYSTEM 3

11 The National Dual Training System is an industry- oriented training that combines workplace and institutional training NATIONAL DUAL TRAINING SYSTEM (NDTS) 11 Industry (70% - 80%) Accredited Centre (20% -30%) 4

12 12 DSD NOSS DEVELOPMENT, NATIONAL SKILLS CERTIFICATION, CO-ORDINATION,PROMOTION. INDUSTRY/ EMPLOYERS EMPLOYMENT TRAINING INSTITUTIONS TRAINING SKILLS NEEDS NOSS TRAINING GUIDES QUALIFIED/ COMPETENT WORKFORCE TRAINED WORKFORCE DSD AS COORDINATING AGENCY

13 MEETING INDUSTRY NEEDS 13 Implementation (Training Delivery) Implementation Policy Labor Market Analysis NOSS DEVELOPMENT Training Curriculum Development Development OccupationalAnalysisOccupationalAnalysis Competent Graduates & WorkersCompetent Workers Industries & Business Business Skill Development AdvisoryCommittee AdvisoryCommittee Employers/ Practitioners ‘Industry Expert’ Employers/ Practitioners ‘Industry Expert’ Verification & Quality Assurance Verification & Quality Assurance

14 1. Japan Malaysia Technical Institute 2.Advanced Technology Training Centre 3.Institute Latihan Perindustrian 4.Institute Kemahiran Tinggi Belia Negara 5. Institute Kemahiran Belia Negara. Some of them delivering also DKM but not reclassified yet as IKTBN. 14 institutes + 1 private center Pontian 6. Kolej Kemahiran Tinggi MARA 7. German Malaysia Institute 8. Institute Kemahiran MARA 9. Not all GiatMARA delivering SKM certificates – about 70 out of 202 institutes currently delivering SKM. 10. Community colleges: 42 main campuses + 15 branch campuses = 57 total. Source: Data request from ministries, JPK, BCG analysis BEng Tech Adv Dip Tech Polytechnic diploma Diploma Technology DLKM DKM Sijil Teknologi SKM 1,2,3 SKM 1 & 2 JMTI 1 ADTEC 2 Private Accredited Center ILP 3 IKBN 5 Private Accredited Center IKTBN 4 IKM 6 GiatMARA 9 Universiti Kuala Lumpur KKTM 6 GMI 7 Polytechnics Community College (KK) Technical and Vocational School Certificates offeredMOHRMOYSMORRDMOEMOHE TEVT delivery system (overview) MOACIDBStates MOA institute (CAM) 1 MOA Institutes 5 CIDB (Private) 6 States institutes 31 27 57 10 88 212 12 1 9 1 1 15 1 4 22 500-600 ~1,000 institutes in total: ~45% public, 3% State and 52% Private with 70% of students in public institutes SPM - technical, vocat. &skill streams Sijil Kolej Komuniti 14 * Refer to appendix slide for acronym

15 * Appendix (Acronym) 15 NoAcronym 1MOHRMinistry of Human Resources 2MOYSMinistry of Youth and Sport 3MORRDMinistry of Rural and Region Development 4MOEMinistry of Education 5MOHEMinistry of Higher Education 6MOAMinistry of Agriculture 7CIDBConstruction Industry Development Board

16 Malaysian Skills Certification System MALAYSIAN OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS QUALIFICATION

17 Source: Malaysia Qualification Accreditation (MQA), Act 655 17

18 18 Skills & Job ability Knowledge & Technology MSC L1 MSC L2 MSC L3 MSC L4 ( Diploma )‏ Operation & Production Supervisory Management & Design Knowledge Diploma Advanced Diploma Academic Skill Qualification Qualification Academic Skill Qualification Qualification Core Abilities & Supervisory MSC L5 ( Advanced Diploma )‏ Certificate

19 19 MSC Level 1MSC Level 2MSC Level 3MSDMSAD COMPETENT IN PERFORMING A RANGE OF VARIED ACTIVITIES, MOST OF WHICH ARE COMPETENT IN PERFORMING A RANGE OF VARIED ACTIVITIES, MOST OF WHICH ARE ROUTINE AND PREDICTABLE. COMPETENT IN PERFORMING A SIGNIFICANT RANGE OF VARIED WORK ACTIVITIES, SOME OF THE ACTIVITIES ARE COMPETENT IN PERFORMING A SIGNIFICANT RANGE OF VARIED WORK ACTIVITIES, SOME OF THE ACTIVITIES ARE NON-ROUTINE AND REQUIRED INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTONOMY COMPETENT IN PERFORMING A BROAD RANGE OF VARIED WORK ACTIVITIES, PERFORMED IN VARIETY OF CONTEXTS, MOST OF WHICH ARE. THERE IS CONSIDERABLE RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTONOMY AND IS OFTEN REQUIRED COMPETENT IN PERFORMING A BROAD RANGE OF VARIED WORK ACTIVITIES, PERFORMED IN VARIETY OF CONTEXTS, MOST OF WHICH ARE COMPLEX AND NON-ROUTINE. THERE IS CONSIDERABLE RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTONOMY AND CONTROL OR GUIDANCE OF OTHERS IS OFTEN REQUIRED COMPETENT IN PERFORMING A. RESPONSIBLE FOR THE WORK OF OTHERS AND ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES IN OFTEN PRESENT. COMPETENT IN PERFORMING A BROAD RANGE OF COMPLEX TECHNICAL OR PROFESSIONAL WORD ACTIVITIES PERFORMED IN A WIDE VARIETY OF CONTEXTS AND WITH A SUBSTANTIAL DEGREE OF PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTONOMY. RESPONSIBLE FOR THE WORK OF OTHERS AND ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES IN OFTEN PRESENT. COMPETENT IN APPLYING RANGE COMPETENT IN APPLYING RANGE OF FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES AND COMPLEX TECHNIQUES ACROSS A WIDE AND OFTEN UNPREDICTABLE VARIETY OF CONTEXTS. VERY SUBSTANTIAL PERSONAL AUTONOMY AND OFTEN SIGNIFICANT RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE WORK OF OTHERS AND FOR THE ALLOCATION OF SUBSTANTIAL RESOURCES FEATURE STRONGLY, AS DO PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITIES FOR ANALYSIS AND DIAGNOSIS, DESIGN, PLANNING, EXECUTION AND EVALUATION

20 Training curiculum Sufficent Facilities/Equipment Qualified Trainers 20

21 QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM 21 DSD AC Head office External Verifier ACCREDITED CENTRE (AC) Centre Manager T Internal Verifier A Assessor Industry Advisory Committee A TT I V A IAC A T Trainee

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23 STRATEGIC ALLIANCE DEVELOPMENT partnership

24 SKILLSMALAYSIA PARTNERSHIP 24 SkillsMalaysia Partnership Industry Lead Body (ILB) Collaboration with Collaboration with Professional Body Collaboration with Collaboration with Professional Body Skills Development Advisory Committee Skills Development Advisory Committee 171620

25 BilSector 1.Automotive 2.Aviation 3.Childcare 4.Cleaning Services 5.Cosmetology 6.Electrical, Electronic, Broadcasting & Telecommunication 7.Engineering & Machinery 8.Hospitality & Tourism 9.Interior Decoration 10.Landscaping & Enviroment 11.Maritime 12.Mechanical/Electrical Maintenance & Services 13.Oil, Gas & Petrochemical 14.Plastic 15.Printing 16.Sourvenirs & Small Enterprise 17.Textile & Apparels 18.Non Destructive Testing 19.Steel Making & Foundry 20.Biotechnology SKILLS DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE 25

26 NoSectorILB 1AgricultureNational Argiculture Training Council (NATC) 2 Communication, Content & infrastructure (CCI) Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) 3Building & ConstructionConstruction Industry Development Board (CIDB) 4BiotechnologyMalaysian Biotechnology Corporation (BiotechCorp) 5Tourism and HospitalityMalaysian Association of Hotel (MAH) 6Financial ServicesAsian Institute of Finance 7Electric & ElectronicThe Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia (TEEAM) 8Resources Based (Wood)Malaysian Timber Industry Board (MTIB) 9Palm OilMalaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) 10Oil & GasMalaysian Oil & Gas Services Council (MOGSC) 11EnergyTenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) / ILSAS 12NDTMalaysian Society for Non-Destructive Testing (MSNT) 13Engineering & MachinaryMalaysian Iron and Steel Industry Federation (MISIF) 14Textile & ApparelMalaysian Textile & Manufacturer Association (MTMA) 15Care & CommunityJabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat 16Business ServicesMalaysian Institute of Human Resources & Management (MIHRM) INDUSTRY LEAD BODY (ILB) 26

27 NoProfessional Body 1 QT Hightech Malaysia Sdn Bhd 2Communication Convergence Society (CCPS) 3The Technological Association of Malaysia 4The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) 5LCCI International Qualification (M) Sdn Bhd 6KRU BROS Sdn Bhd 7City & Guilds (MALAYSIA) Sdn Bhd 8Open University Malaysia 9TWI Training & Certification (S.E. ASIA) Sdn Bhd 10Universiti Malaysia Perlis 11Universiti Tun Abdul Razak 12Vocational Education Training Academy 13Times Academy Sdn Bhd 14Perbadanan Hal Ehwal Bekas Angkatan Tentera (PERHEBAT) 15The Malaysian Association of Accounting Administrators (MAA) 16The Institute of Image & Cosmetology Industry (IICE) 17The Institute of The Motor Industry COLLABORATION WITH PROFESSIONAL BODIES 27

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29 Malaysian government has decided on December 2 nd, 2005 to make Malaysia as a Centre of Excellence for Education and Vocational Training at regional and international levels. -Dato’ Seri Najib Razak Prime Minister of Malaysia SkillsMalaysia 29 Mainstreaming Vocational Skills Training

30 CERTIFICATIONS SKILLSMALAYSIA INVITE - OBJECTIVES 30 New dimension of learning skills in the Malaysian Skills Certification System Skills based training for employment or entrepreneurial skills Opportunities for trainees to obtain gainful employment as skilled employees or entrepreneurs

31 SKILLSMALAYSIA INVITE - BENEFITS 31 Qualification are recognised by Malaysian and International certification bodies. International Accredited Centres (IAC) are well equipped facilities, and highly skilled and experienced trainers. National Occupational Skills Standard (NOSS) which is developed by industrial experts. A structural and systematic industrial attachment at recognised companies in Malaysia. Strong links and a collaborative relationship with industry partners.

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33 WHY STUDY IN MALAYSIA? 33

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35 35 SKILLSMALAYSIA INVITE PACKAGE ITEM \ PACKAGE NAME SKILLSMALAYSIA INVITE TRAINING PACKAGE SM INVITE PACKAGE A SM INVITE PACKAGE B SM INVITE PACKAGE C SM INVITE PACKAGE D Level Up to MSC2 (L2) Up to MSC3 (L3) Up to MSD4 (L4) Up to MSAD5 (L5) Training Duration Up to 1 year1-2 years1-3 years1- 5 years 1 year for L1 & L2 ; or2 years for L1,L2, & L3; 3 years for L1,L2,L3 & L4; 4 years 6 month for L1,L2,L3,L4 & L5; 6 months for L2 only 1 year 6 months for L2 & L3; or 2 years 6 months for L2,L3 & L4; 4 years for L2,L3,L4 & L5; 1 year if only L3.2 years for L3 & L4; or 3 years 6 months for L3,L4 & L5; 1 year if only L4. 2 years 6 months for L4 & L5; or 1 year 6 months if only L5; Internship/ Industry Attachment/ On- the-Job Training Optional (max 3 months). Compulsory (min 3 months for MSD at the end of training). Compulsory (min 6 months for L4 and L5 at the end of training).

36 36 SKILLSMALAYSIA INVITE PACKAGE – CONT. ITEM \ PACKAGE NAME SKILLSMALAYSIA INVITE TRAINING PACKAGE SM INVITE PACKAGE A SM INVITE PACKAGE B SM INVITE PACKAGE C SM INVITE PACKAGE D Certification Up to MSC2 (L2)Up to MSC3 (L3)Up to MSD4 (L4)Up to MSAD5 (L5) L1 & L2; orL1, L2 & L3;L1, L2, L3 & L4;L1, L2, L3, L4 & L5 ; L2 only L2 & L3(if NOSS started fr L2); or L2, L3 & L4 (if NOSS started fr L2); L2, L3, L4 & L5 (if NOSS started fr L2); L3 (if NOSS started fr L3 or cont fr L2). L3 & L4 (if NOSS started fr L3 or cont fr L2); or L3, L4 & L5 (if NOSS started fr L3 or cont fr L2); L4 (if NOSS started fr L4 or cont fr L3). L4 & L5 (if NOSS started fr L4 or cont fr L3); or L5 (if NOSS started fr L5 or cont fr L4). Entry Requirement 18-35 year old -Age - Min Qualification (eg. Work Experience / Education) Min 9 years schooling or 3 years working experience in related field Min 9 years schooling or 3 years working experience in related field or MSC2 holder to further MSC3 Min 9 years schooling or 3 years working experience in related field or MSC3 holder to further MSD4 Min 9 years schooling or 3 years working experience in related field or MSD4 to further MSAD5

37 37 SKILLSMALAYSIA INVITE PACKAGE – CONT. ITEM \ PACKAGE NAME SKILLSMALAYSIA INVITE TRAINING PACKAGE SM INVITE PACKAGE A SM INVITE PACKAGE B SM INVITE PACKAGE C SM INVITE PACKAGE D Delivery modeEnglish Fees (Inclusive of Certificate, exam, tools, student pass, insurance, hostel) RM10k-RM20kRM15k-RM30kRM30k-RM60kRM40k-RM70k Course offered Refer to International Accredited Program Others Certification Offered by IAC (eg. City & Guild / TWI/ etc) Refer to International Accredited Centre (IAC)

38 Quick fact (since 2011) SKILLSMALAYSIA STATISTICS 38 International Accredited Centre (IAC) 66 International Students 1367 Program offered 1400

39 PROGRAMME OFFERED 39 SECTORPROGRAMME 1 TransportationAutomotive 2 BeauticianAesthetician 3 PrintingGraphic 4 HospitalityF&B, Cooking, Bakery, Pastry 5 Technical & Vocational Training Vocational Training Instructor 6 Information SystemComputer System, Networking 7 Machinery and EquipmentTool and Die, Machining, Welding, etc 8 FurnitureCabinet Making 9 TourismTourist guide 10 AerospaceAircraft Maintenance 11 ElectricianWireman, Chargeman

40 SKILLSMALAYSIA INVITE WEBSITE 40 www.SkillsMalaysia.gov.my/INVITE

41 41 www.SkillsMalaysia.gov.my/INVITE - IAC

42 SKILLSMALAYSIA INVITE - PROGRAMME 42 www.SkillsMalaysia.gov.my/INVITE - Programme

43 FURTHER QUIRIES 43 www.SkillsMalaysia.gov.my/INVITE

44 SKILLSMALAYSIA INVITE - EVENT EVENT

45 International Education & Training Expo 2012 13th to 15th November 2012 Gramedia Expo, Surabaya – Indonesia EVENT 45 See you there !!!

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