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Public Skill Training Institutes-Providers of Technical & Vocational Education & Training for PMR/SPM Leavers
[Source: Training Guide 8th Ed.]

  • Introduction - Technical & Vocational Training Opportunities
  • Criteria of Technical & Vocational Courses
  • Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Academic Pathway
  • Providers of Technical & Vocational Qualifications (Pre-Employment Courses)
  • Public Skill Training Institutions
    - Ministry of Human Resources : ITI, ADTEC, JMI, CIAST
    - Ministry of Youth and Sports : IKBN, IKTBN, National Youth Apprenticeship Scheme
    - Ministry of Entrepreneurship & Cooperative Development
    - Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry : Agriculture Institutes
    - MLVK : National Dual System Training
    - MARA Vocational Education & Training Division : IKM & KKTM
    - Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) : Akademi Binaan Malaysia (ABM)
    - PSMBs Apprenticeship Schemes
    - Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia
    - Pilot Licensing
  • Conclusion
Introduction
Due to an increasing demand for technical personnel at both professional and semi-professional levels in the manufacturing and industrial sectors, technical and vocational education has evolved from very basic skills training to one which encompasses high cognitive knowledge involving the applications of mathematics and the sciences.

Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Malaysia are offered by both public institutions and private providers. Generally, providers conduct TVET via two modes:
  • Students are prepared through pre-employment training and education to join the work force by institutions which conduct TVET programmes
  • Workforce competencies are enhanced through TVET programmes (workplace training & education) conducted at the workplace
To read more of this article, please purchase the Training Guide Malaysia 8th Edition here.
 
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