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Private Sector engagement in TEVT - Malaysian experience

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The 2016 Education and Skills Network meeting is jointly organised by the Department of Labour and Employment, Philippines, ADB, OECD and GIZ and the latter’s regional programme RECOTVET (“Regional Cooperation Programme to Improve the Training of TVET Personnel”), which aims at supporting and creating personnel, institutional and thematic preconditions for quality improvement and regional harmonisation of the education and training of training personnel in South East Asia over the next years.

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Private Sector engagement in TEVT - Malaysian experience

  1. 1. THE 8TH ANNUAL EXPERT MEETING OF THE INITIATIVE ON EMPLOYMENT AND SKILLS STRATEGIES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA (ESSSA) 11-12 October 2016, Cebu City, Philippines Mohamad Yaacob NDTS Director Department of Skills Development Ministry of Human Resources, Malaysia
  2. 2. STANDARD which stipulates minimum specification/criteria of skilled workers and career pathway in Malaysia
  3. 3. Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Diploma Adv Dip NATIONAL DUAL TRAINING SYSTEM RECOGNITION OF PRIOR ACHIEVEMENT (RPA) NOSS NOSS DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRY SKILLED WORKERS CERTIFICATION INDUSTRY EXPERT ACCREDITED TRAINING CENTRE
  4. 4. “TRAINING COMPANY” “TRAINING SCHOOL” 70-80% Practical COMPANY WORKPLACE - TRAINING INSTITUTE 20-30%Theory Coordinator 1 Coach: 5 Apprentices Coordinator 1 Trainer:20 Trainees K-Worker
  5. 5. BENEFIT /ASSISTANCE TO COMPANY • Single tax deduction (Inland Revenue) • HRDF reimbursement • Curriculum Development • Dual System Experts support • Coaches and instructors training • Minimize mismatch • Increase the velocity of transferring technology to the people • New breed of training culture • Recognition and certification of workers • Efficient succession plan
  6. 6. Enabling Industry-led Technical and Vocational Education and Training  Recommendation by the World Bank to set up new governance structure for Human Capital Development  Economic Council (EC) agreed with the recommendation on 13 October 2014  As one of the initiatives under 11th Malaysia Plan.  National Development Planning Committee agreed on the need to enhance the governance of Human Capital Development with establishment of: 1) National Human Capital Development Council (NHCDC) 2) A Single Governance Body (Academic & TVET) 3) Industry Skills Council (ISC) 4) Critical Skills Gaps Committee  Enhancing quality and delivery of TVET programmes to improve graduate employability by enabling industry-led programmes to reduce skills mismatch.  ISC in collaboration with industry players, will identify relevant competencies for each sector and sub-sector.
  7. 7. INDUSTRY WORKING GROUP (IWG) To identify and propose priority industries to Industry Skills Committee (ISC) To consolidate and assess the human capital requirements and industry outlook in collaboration with Critical Skills Group To assess manpower development including occupational standards & curriculum associated with qualifications Recommend policies, strategies and action plan for the development of skilled and competent human resource for industry to Industry Skills Committee (ISC)
  8. 8. INITIAL INDUSTRIES COVERED BY IWG IWG will also interface with other key sectors/regulators 1. Electrical & Electronics 2. Chemical & Petrochemical 3. Medical Devices 4. Pharmaceuticals 5. Automotive 6. Aerospace 7. Maritime 8. Information, Content & Infrastructure 9. Oil & Gas 10. Machinery & Equipment /Advanced Engineering Services (MSDC) Logistics (MOT) Financial Services (FMSTC/BNM) Construction (CIDB) Phase 1: IWG to determine other sectors from time to time after consultation with stakeholders
  9. 9. NDTS Companies
  10. 10. THANK YOU

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