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EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
EEP Presentation for MAH-MEF HR Committee
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Economic Empowerment Program for young Malaysians with learning disabilities to achieve lifetime employment and independent living. (A presentation to HR execs of the M'sian Assoc of Hotels and M'sian …

Economic Empowerment Program for young Malaysians with learning disabilities to achieve lifetime employment and independent living. (A presentation to HR execs of the M'sian Assoc of Hotels and M'sian Employers Federation HR Committee monthly meeting.)

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  • 1. Economic Empowerment Program For Youths with Learning Disabilities A Presentation to MAH-MEF HR Committee 11 July 2012 Updated: May 2012Contents in this document, including photographs, ideas and concepts pertaining to the stated program initiative, is the intellectual property of Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor. Unauthorised use of this document or contents is strictly prohibited without prior written consent from Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor. ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 2. SELANGOR CHESHIRE HOMEA social & welfare based NGO providingsupport services with a residential home &advocacy for the disabled community sinceDecember 1963. ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 3. SELANGOR CHESHIRE HOME is one of 6 Cheshire Homes in Malaysia, united under the National Council of Cheshire Homes Malaysia 2000 19741978 1969 1963 Selangor Cheshire belongs to an international 1960 network of disability organisations with 250 centers in 54 countries. (Leonard Cheshire International: www.lcint.org) ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 4. What is Disability?In 2011, the Welfare Department World Health Organisation estimatesof Malaysia had 350,000 that 10% of any population hasregistered people some form of disability;with disabilities one third are children below 15 years old. As such, there could be 2.8 million People With Disabilities (PWDs) with about 900,000 children with various disabilities in Malaysia. (Ministry of Education, 2009)
  • 5. Categories of PWD Disabilities recognised by Ministry of Women, Family & Community Development 1. Auditory 2. Visual 3. Speech 4. Physical 5. Learning 6. Mental 7. Multiple Disabilities (www.jkm.gov.my)
  • 6. Definition of Persons With Disabilities (PWD) “Persons with Disabilities” include those who have long-term physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairments which in interaction with various barriers may hinder their full and effective participation in society. Persons With Disabilities Act 685 (2008)
  • 7. Economic Empowerment Program For Youths with Learning Disabilities What is this program about? What are the program objectives? How is the program managed? Who are the beneficiaries? What is the our vision? Why is it important to all of us? ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 8. Meet Aizat. He is 26 years old.Born with learning disabilities, he was in a Special Education school in Kuala Lumpur until the age of 20.As one of the first students of an empowerment program in June 2007, Aizat graduated in July 2008. ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 9. Excerpt from his Job Coach’s Progress Report A SPECIAL PERSON Amongst Normal People Mohd Aizat is a cheerful guy & loves new challenges in his life… He was offered a permanent job at a hotel in April 2009… He has a manager who really understands him and all the other workers have been told about his condition… “So far he has no problems working with normal people.”©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 10. This is Aizat today He works in the Laundry Dept. at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel KL since April 2009. Aizat now brings home a minimum of RM1,400.00 per month. ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 11. EEP OBJECTIVE Empowering youths with learning disabilities through specialised skills training for independent living and life- long employment. ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 12. EEP THE PROJECT Selangor Cheshire’s Economic Empowerment Program (EEP) began as a 3 year pilot project in June 2007 for youths (age 18 to 26 years) • Initiated to support Persons with Disabilities Act 685 legislated by Malaysian Parliament in 2008; • Introduce a structured development program inline with the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, ratified by the Malaysian Government in 2010; • To complement Government and NGO efforts • To harness potential talents • To unlock potential local work resource ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 13. EEP RESOURCES & FACILITIES It is a Structured Residential Program •Full-time Experienced Teachers •Certified Job Coach •Qualified Physiotherapist •Full room & board facilities w/ Cafeteria & Laundry Facilities •Teaching premises w/ Computer lab •Bakery Training Facility •Transport services for On-The-Job Trainings ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 14. EEP CURRICULUM A 5 months Skills Based Residential Programme Upon employment, Job Coach services is provided for 2 weeks & up to 1 month and periodic visits thereafter, including employer consultations whenever needed. ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 15. EEP STEPS TO EMPLOYMENT6. Dedicated Job Coach & Focused job placement & Job Placement Support on-site job coaching 5. Supervised On-The-Job Assess suitability for Training & Orientation employment 4. Selection for Skills Career guidance & Specialization potential to excel 3. Foundation in Personal Independent living & & Social Skills interpersonal relations 2. One Week Assessment Assess adaptability to upon Enrollment new environment 1. Interviews with Parents Assess potential abilities, & Medical Assessment health & ambitions ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 16. EEP INTERVIEW & ASSESSMENT©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 17. EEP PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 18. EEP PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 19. EEP ON-THE-JOB TRAINING©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 20. EEP JOB INTERVIEWSGraduates are briefed and guided on basic job interview skills Interview at a Supermarket chain Undergo actual job interviews by prospective employers on same terms as other applicants Interview at Hotel by the General Manager ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 21. EEP FOCUS Disability is ≠ Inability ≠ Liability Focus is on Abilities ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 22. EEP ACHIEVEMENTS From 2007 – 2012, 123 youths completed the EEP (10 intakes) 57% are employed ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 23. EEP A SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP A Hospitality Skills Certification Program for People with Learning Disabilities • 3-Year collaboration with Objectives: • To create a Sustainable & Scalable hospitality skills training program developed with certified hospitality Trainers • Develop skills certification endorsed by the Malaysian hospitality industry • Leverage the association’s national network for Employment Opportunities and Job Placements ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 24. EEPPlanned Outcomes 2012-2015 • Achieve 60% employment rate for EEP graduates2012 • Produce a pilot Hospitality Skills Certificate course for PWDs • Initiate corporate sponsored scholarship fund for eligible students • Increase student intake by 50% • Support at least 3 hotels to achieve 5% of their employees hired2013 from the disabled community • Introduce HRDF certified Job Coach courses for HR practitioners • Develop Accessible Assessment services for Hotels & Public Spaces • Work with an accredited college for a Twinning Hospitality Program for the learning disabled2015 • To introduce “Best Hotel En-Abled Employee” in Malaysian Hotel Association’s bi-annual employee achievements awards ©2010 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 25. EEP A GOOD DAY’S PAY Current average monthly salary of the 71 graduates employed is RM750.00 each Total annual income per person is RM9,000.00 Total annual group income is RM639,000.00 ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 26. EEP SOCIAL RETURNS Contributions to EPF Total Employee Contribution @ 11% of group annual income: RM71,600.00 Total Employer Contribution @ 13% of group annual income: RM84,400.00 Resulting in an annual group contribution of… RM156,000.00 per year into their retirement fund Compounded over 20 years of working, With same annual contribution @ 5% interest per year… Total EPF Contribution is RM5.4 Million ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 27. EEP KEY STRATEGIESA Long-Term Commitment1. Focus on Empowerment to Employment2. Continuous Capacity Building & Resources3. Review of EEP Curriculum4. Stakeholder Engagement for long-term Sustainability5. Track Progress thru Key Success Indicators & Social Return on Investment6. Transform EEP into a National Empowerment Center ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 28. We have a VISION To empower more PWDs by creating aSchool of Empowerment & Economic Development ~ SEED ~
  • 29. EEP EEPCORPORATE RESOURCES CORPORATE EMPLOYERS ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 30. EEP CSR INVESTMENTS Empowering Opportunities Joint Fund Raising Activities Awareness & Recruitment / Referral Programs Professional HR Support & Training Opportunities Corporate Employee Volunteering Programs Student Fees Sponsorships / Scholarships Training Equipment Sponsorships Financial Donations All financial donations are tax exempted (JHDN 01/35/42/51/179-6.3459) ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 31. EEP STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT • Look beyond Disabilities • Recognise their Rights • Support their Ambitions • Independent Living & Employment • Provide Hope, Security & Pride • Network with Social Services • Referral Centre • Teacher’s Network • Alternative Learning Centre • Shared Resources • Structured Program • Accountability • Alternative Work Force • CSR related to business • Subsidised Job Coach Services • Financial/Tax Incentives • Disabilities Consulting Services • Create Empathy & Cooperation • Caring Work Environment • Develop Local Resource • Support National Social & Economic Initiatives • Multi-Agency Network ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 32. EEPBENEFITS TO COMMUNITY• Empower for a better & secure future• Prepared for employment• Enabling opportunities * For Self, Family & Community• Become productive citizens & empowered consumers• Recognize their Rights ©2010 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor)
  • 33. EEP BENEFITS TO ORGANISATION • Unlocking a potential economic business asset • Focused, dedicated & loyal employees with lower turnover • Enjoy economic incentives • Promote hiring of local workforce • Adopt a sustainable CSR strategy • Best practice HR cases for positive media engagement • Positive consumer acceptance & community recognition • Enhance brand perception & corporate imageInterviewed by a HRManager of a Hotel ©2010 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor)
  • 34. Meet Mohd Azizi • Before EEP, he could not hold a job for long as he was sensitive to how others talk about his disability • Completed EEP in 2009 and since March 2010 he works in Shangri La Hotel KL with a monthly average salary of RM1,800 • Contributes to his family’s monthly expenses and saves RM500 a month • His mother is proud of him as he has learned to live independently with a stable job to support himself and his family ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 35. This is him showing off his new car! He pays his sister RM200 a month to drive him to work.And takes the bus home after work. ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 36. Progress…
  • 37. ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 38. Mid Valley Shopping Complex Basement 2, South Court A business opportunity for PWDs to fully own a business. Currently, there are 3 outlets, with 2 more being planned.©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 39. Rivercity Mall, Jalan Ipoh©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 40. Bakey Wakey CafeA social enterprise model for EEP graduates ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 41. TERIMA THANKKASIH! YOU! Able & Ready To Work SELANGOR CHESHIRE HOME Batu 7 ½, Jalan Ipoh, Selayang Baru, 68100 Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia Tel: +603-6136 6151, 6138 7118 Fax: +603-6136 3573 E-mail: selangor_cheshire@hotmail.com Website: www.cheshire.org.my ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 42. And finally…
  • 43. Program Cost ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 44. EEP PROGRAM COST COST PER STUDENT (In RM)TOTAL COST PER STUDENT PER INTAKE 1,882.00 1,752.00 1,172.00 1,172.00 1,172.00 Total program cost per student = RM7,150.00 100% Parents pay nominal fee = RM2,500.00 35% Total subsidized program cost per student = RM4,650.00 65% Amount needed for 24 students per intake = RM171,600.00 Amount required for 2 intakes per year = RM343,200.00 ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 45. 81% Employment Employment Rate Rate Average Averagemonthly salarymonthly salary Annual AnnualRM750.00 perRM750.00 per Group Group graduate graduate Income Income (RM9,000.00 (RM9,000.00 RM351,000.00 RM351,000.00 per year) per year) Cost of EEP Cost of EEPBreakeven on Program /year Program /year RM343,200.00 RM343,200.00Social Returns (48 students /2 (48 students /2 intakes /year) intakes /year) ©2012 Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor (Reg. No. 826 Selangor) All Rights Reserved.
  • 46. Resources…
  • 47. Employers Circular No. 3/2010 www.hrdf.com.my
  • 48. www.jobcoachmalaysia.com
  • 49. www.jobcoachmalaysia.com/abt_JCservice.htm
  • 50. www.okujobs.com.my
  • 51. www.okujobs.com.my
  • 52. THANK YOU

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