Technical Education & Vocational Training (TEVT) for Youths - Nidzam bin Kamarulzaman

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Technical Education & Vocational Training (TEVT) for Youths - Nidzam bin Kamarulzaman

  1. 1. TVET & You Nidzam bin Kamarulzaman
  2. 2. ContentsTVET in MalaysiaAssessment & CertificationACCCIM & JPK Collaboration
  3. 3.  TVET in Malaysia AFTER SCHOOL ? WORK “WHAT CHOICES DO I HAVE?”
  4. 4.  TVET in MalaysiaWelder, Automotive Technician, Machinist,Tailor, Hairdresser, Stylist, Cook, Electrician,Photographer, Chargeman, Waiter, HotelReceptionist, Retailer, Baker, Bricklayer,Computer Programmer, Draughtsman, BeautyTherapist, etc. etc. etc.
  5. 5. TVET in Malaysia 349 PUBLIC TEVT PROVIDERS 645 PRIVATE TEVT PROVIDERS
  6. 6. NEW DEMANDS ON TVETIN MALAYSIA
  7. 7. 4 Major Thrusts to Transform the Malaysian Economy
  8. 8. Economic Transformation Programme: 12 National Key Economic Areas (NKEA) require 1.3 million TVET jobs Persons in 000 595 600 553 536 497 Non-TEVT 49 TEVT 400 386 350 435 275 246 449 181 200 157 229 192 49 209 203 114 75 52 43 42 132 101 52 25 23 46 53 43 20 20 21 0 23 27 NKEA Retail Greater Education1 Tourism Financial Business Healthcare2 Electrical Agricultur Oil, Gas CCI Palm Oil KL dev. Services Services Eng. e and sectorsIncremental Energy2020 GNI 108 392 34 67 121 59 35 53 29 131 36 125in RM Bn 1.3 Mn (~41%) of NKEA jobs to be filled by TVET; top 5 sectors make up 82% of TVET jobs 1. Refers to clerical, service and technical staff & lower management positions 2. ~71% of jobs are production supervisor, administrative staff and production line leader Source: PEMANDU; BCG analysis
  9. 9.  TEVT in MalaysiaFundings? – Public TEVT Providers • Free (Almost) – Private TEVT Providers • Perbadanan Tabung Pembangunan Kemahiran (PTPK) www.ptpk.com.my – If your company contributes to the HRDF, then you can access training using those contributions
  10. 10.  Assessment & Certification• Training can be undertaken by different approaches: – Full-time training at approved TEVT providers – Using Dual Training System – HRDC trainings• All trainings are subjected to assessment prior to certification• Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) > Penilaian Pencapaian Terdahulu (BM: PPT)
  11. 11.  Assessment & Certification• Issuance of Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM)• Levels 1 to 5, with Level 4 being equivalent to a Diploma and Level 5 an equivalent of an Advanced Diploma• Certificates are issued by JPK only.
  12. 12. BACK TOAPL (ACCREDITATION OF PRIOR LEARNING)PPT (PENILAIAN PENCAPAIAN TERDAHULU)
  13. 13.  ACCCIM & JPK Collaboration• Enabling APL (PPT) within ACCCIM• ACCCIM identified 35 candidates to be appointed as “Internal Verifiers” (known as “PP”) for the APL (PPT) process• ACCCIM will act as a JPK’s conduit to provide verification services to its members in order to get the appropriate SKM certification
  14. 14.  ACCCIM & JPK Collaboration• For a start, JPK has agreed on the following 4 areas: 1. Machinery and Land Transportation (Automotive Tyre Service Technician) 2. Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning (Air- Conditioner) 3. Electrical (Electrician) 4. Civil Engineering (Plumbing)
  15. 15. THANK YOU

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