Y.B. Datuk Dr. S. Subramaniam, Minister of Human Resources Malaysia

t is my pleasure to extend my support and congratulations to Challenger Concept (M) Sdn. Bhd. for the release of the 9th edition of Training Guide Malaysia, which is complemented by the web portal www.trainingmalaysia.com.

This guidebook features Malaysian training providers and organisations, key people of the training industry, and programmes for corporate training and skill training with the purpose of promoting training opportunities in Malaysia to both the local and international market place. The effort of the publisher certainly complement the Ministry’s task in disseminating training information for the development of quality human capital.

In matters relating to human capital development for the year 2008, the Ministry will continue to develop a holistic human capital which encompasses knowledge, skills, ethics, values and attitudes; produce highly-skilled employees to meet the demands of a knowledge-based economy as well as to enable them to be more employable; encourage more training and development for those already in the workforce; and continuously improve the course curriculum and incorporate soft skills and entrepreneurship skills into the programmes in order to create more versatile trainees.

Therefore, I would like to urge all training providers to adopt the best industry practices, continue enriching the quality of training programmes, introduce innovative teaching-learning methodology, as well as benchmark the outcome of the students/trainees with the best in the world. The curriculum, teaching approach and training delivery system at the Ministry’s training institutions such as Industrial Training Institutes (ITI), Centre for Instructor and Advanced Skills Training (CIAST), Japan-Malaysia Technical Institute (JMTI) and Advanced Technology Training Centres (ADTEC) will be continuously enhanced to produce trainees who are skillful and competent.

Once again, I would like to congratulate Challenger Concept for producing a guidebook of such nature for the training industry.

Ministry of Human Resources Malaysia
Level 9, Block D3, Parcel D
Federal Government Administrative Centre
62502 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel: 603-8886 5000 Fax: 603-8889 2390
Website: http://www.mohr.gov.my/

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