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Logistics Core Competencies

  1. 1. “Promoting the professions of Logistics” About MIL Objectives and philosophies MIL pledges Membership – value added Training – bringing the best competencies Education programmes Application forms
  2. 2. WELCOME TO MIL Dear Fellow Logisticians, I would like to introduce you, the Malaysia Institute of Logistics (MIL), the homegrown Malaysian logistics organisation that is established since 1997, with the primary aim of promoting the professions of logistics. As you are aware, we are facing an unprecedented global economic downturn which started as a benign housing loan issues somewhere in America that had blown up to the rest of the world. This unprecedented economic crisis initially affected the financial sectors has now spread to the manufacturing and insurance sectors and eventually has affected the logistics organisations and service providers industries even in Malaysia. In the times of challenges like this, our professions as logistician will be tested as our actions will be put into the microscope, our integrity will be questioned and our expertise will be demanded. As the world economic downturn continues, the normal supply chain will changed as some companies unable to meet the economic challenges, will collapsed. Hence, affect the spectrum of logistics functions across the board. In the times like this, we would like to share your hope and concerned, and to encourage all fellow logisticians to be heart strong. As the way to “take the bull by its horn”, is to improve your logistics talents and core competencies by pursuing the next level of your professional skills in the knowledge value chain. For those who have logistics competencies at diploma level, perhaps now it is time to get a bachelor or masters level of logistics competencies. In providing this knowledge and education with current logistics technology, the MIL is providing various functional core competencies programmes at executive diploma level up to executive masters levels. These programmes will be conducted on weekends and hence, you don’t have to take leave to continue your education and acquired new logistics competencies to meet the current economic challenges. It is crucial that at this point of time, to consider logistics education as a critical investment for you, your organisation and our beloved country, Malaysia. Armed with logistics skills and knowledge, as one of the primary key success factors to maneuver in this economic thunderstorm, we could be successfully weathered through the economic thunderstorm without hitting the rocks. Welcome to MIL. Mior Muhamad Secretary General MIL
  3. 3. About MIL (www.mymil.org) The Malaysian Institute of Logistics is a non-profit professional institute dedicated to promote logistics and empower the human capital through developing the art and science of logistics management, education and technologies throughout the ASEAN region. Founded on 14th March 1996, the institute received its formal registration from the Registrar of Society on 14th March 1997 (Registrar No. 2622/97). Its objectives are to enhance knowledge, encourage analytical development, provide qualification structure, impart advances in logistics techniques and tools, as well as to encourage logistic activities. As a logistic professional institution, MIL subscribes to its philosophy for the logistics profession to work together to standardise and at the same time control the quality of the full spectrum of logistic professionalism. To enhance professional knowledge, competences and recognition of those working in the field of logistics operational expertise and management. To provide support, assistance and a focus for the professional; including social activities for members. To provide a qualification structure based on nationally recognised education standards and to publicise its benefits to employers, the government and educational bodies. To identify and disseminate advances in logistics and to act as a focal point for discussions. To be recognised as the authoritative voice in logistics discipline and to encourage local regional and international logistics activities. To focus on the directions and developments of MIL activities.
  4. 4. To enhance professionalism in the field of logistics. To encourage analytical engineering and management techniques towards the betterment of logistics practices. To foster professional relationship among paralleled organisation. To give cognizant to logistics management as a professional discipline. To provide opportunities for professional growth in the field of logistics by: Assisting in the development of formal logistics programs in educational institutions. Conducting education programs and training courses, seminars, workshops, symposiums, classes and online distance study courses. Publishing or sponsoring publication of logistics discipline and interests. Provide a job referral service for members. : s >>: Activities include to: Define, develop and communicate analytical engineering and management techniques needed for effective coordination of the various logistics functions. Introduce measures to achieve and improve support of products while reducing costs. Ensure quality assurance and performance of all products. About Us >> Interaction To promote productive professional relationships and join the exchange of ideas amongst: Scientific engineering and management disciplines employed in the research, teaching and practice of logistics. Logistics practitioners in all types of private enterprises, government and public service institutions. Logistics specialist, generalists and others. Related professional societies, trade associations and other institutions in the fields of engineering, education and management. Us >> To recognise significant achievements in the logistics field by: o Conducting a professional certification program up to executive Masters programmes in various fields of logistics spectrums.
  5. 5. o Rewarding outstanding contributions and accomplishments through a continuing program of awards at the national, international and chapter levels. s >>: We, members of the Malaysian Institute of Logistics inconsonance with the highest standards of ethical conduct hereby pledge that we shall endeavour to: Accept a personal obligation to serve the society at large with an honest and competent professional effort. Act impartially to advance the dignity and integrity of the Logistics profession Contribute towards improvement of human environment, work culture, and human rights. Strive for excellence in professional performance, personal conduct and good citizenship. Uplift the image of MIL as a professional logistics organization and towards national development Our expertise and specialisations spans all aspects of the logistics spectrum. To ensure these diverse specialisations in logistics discipline receive appropriate recognition and respect by the professionals, the institute has created 6 technical divisions. Each division is headed by an advisor who sits in the MIL Council of Advisors. The divisions are; Technology - engineering, research, computer support, and standards. Management - corporate matters product life cycle project management support international relations, and crisis management. Product support - maintenance, supply, training, field service, and customer support. Materials Management - distribution, and purchasing packaging inventory transportation. Financial Management - billing, budgeting, and finance accounting. Human Resource Management - Education and training, individual training, and education programs.
  6. 6. MIL OBJECTIVES AND PHILOSOPHIES • Contribute towards national vision of 2020 through world-class and professional human resource development • Give due recognition to the profession of logistics at par with other develop nations. • Act as an authority in logistics fields. • To develop as a Centre of Logistics Excellent. • Propagate the knowledge of logistics professionalism. • Act as a logistics networking centre for members to interact. • Assist members to get suitable jobs and create job links with employers. • Develop professional culture. • Enhance knowledge, competence and recognition. • Encourage analytical engineering and management techniques. • Provide support, assistance, services and focus. • Provide a qualification structure and to publicize its benefits.
  7. 7. • Identify and disseminate advances in the field of logistics. • The Authority for and to encourage logistics activities. MIL PROFESSIONAL PLE DGE To serve honestly and professionally. Advancement of the dignity and integrity of the Logistics profession. Improvement of human environment, work culture, welfare and human rights. To excel in professional performance, personal conduct and good citizenship. To uplift the MIL image and to contribute towards national development. Observe the universal code of conduct and abide by the rule of law.
  8. 8. Membership Membership of MIL is open to all individuals working, studying or having interest in the art and science of logistics. Through MIL, you will gain the support you need to effectively work in the broad field of logistics. Membership comprises of individual and corporate members. Individual Membership Honorary The Honorary Member of MIL is granted to individuals who have attained positions of renown in the logistics fields and industry. Fellow The election of MIL Fellowship is granted to individuals who have enormous experience in a position or positions of high responsibility in the management of logistics. Full Member Full membership is open to those individuals who hold exempting qualification (usually an approved degree) and have relevant experience in a position or positions of high responsibility in the management of logistics. Associate Member It is open to those who have relevant qualification and experience of a nature satisfactory to MIL but do not qualify to be the Full Member of MIL. Licensee It is open to those who are interested in Logistics field but who do not qualify for or aspire to higher grades of membership.
  9. 9. Students Open to those over 18 years old who are engaged in logistics industry or those who are studying in a university/college provided obtain approval by the Chancellery. Individual Membership Subscription Rates Annual Subscription Grade Entrance Fee (Renewable every 1st Jan) Student RM 20 RM 10 Licensee RM 20 RM 30 Associate Member RM 20 RM 50 Full Member RM 20 RM 70 Company / Corporate Membership We are proud to offer Corporate Membership to your organisation. As a corporate member, you will open the door for new growth opportunities in an emerging global market and have a mechanism to share problems and solutions with other organization in a changing business climate. You will receive complimentary memberships for your employees and take a big step in increasing the value and professionalism of your work force. Your organization will benefit the intensive knowledge, skills, techniques and tools in logistics field through MIL Education Programmes and Training Courses.
  10. 10. : : : Training Programmes : : The rapidly changing logistics environment demands managers to undergo formal training courses in order to achieve maximum contribution for the company's profitability. In meeting these challenges, MIL has designed dynamic training courses to gear up participants to be in line with the changes of globalization. We provide In-House and Public Training for individual participants, organisations and companies. Public Training Programmes MIL organises open subscription courses. MIL provides a comprehensive curriculum of short courses which includes the coverage of all major logistics topics incorporated at all levels of management in the functional areas of logistics disciplines. These training courses are designed to increase the competency and ability of an employee to move within the organisation as it changes and grows. In-House Training Programmes All standard courses, or parts or combinations thereof, can be tailored to the specific industry environment, workplace culture and particular learning needs of a client's organisation. We design and execute tailor-made, specialised and competency oriented training courses for the needs of key personnel of logistics industries. From the introduction training for newly appointed employees in the logistics field to the refresher training for the existing staffs. These customized competencies logistics training courses will propelled companies to gain and acquired capabilities to meet business challenges and stay competitive in the current business environment. We hope to provide quality training courses to our members and the public for excellent career advancement, as well as personal development. Please call us for free advice on the above subjects. Visit www. mymil.org
  11. 11. : : : Training Features : : • Practical Our lecturers or instructors are distinguished by their functional and technical expertise combined with their hands on experience, thereby ensuring that our participants receive the most effective and professional skills and knowledge. • Up-To-Date Our training modules are designed based on the latest technology, techniques and research outcome from parallel logistics institution worldwide. • Informal & Participative Participants will benefit from brainstorming sessions through small group activities, illustrate through comprehensive exercises, case studies and visits within corporate organisations. • Profit Oriented Each subject area is chosen for its relevance to the efficiency, effectiveness and profitability of the logistics operation throughout the total supply-chain management. • Challenging It develops structured techniques to create awareness and analysis to question existing operations, generate and develop new methods; as well as measure the benefits. • Customised The logistics talents, skills and competencies varies from one company to another, to ensure that relevant logistics skills and competencies are acquired, a special training programmes must be drawn based on relevant logistics models so as the Best Business Logistics Practices are utilised.
  12. 12. Executive Masters in Logistics Core Competencies Logistics Engineering Management Logistics Management Agile Supply Chain Management Purchasing Management Logistics and Operations Management Export/Import/Distribution Management 7
  13. 13. Executive Masters Programmes (Core Logistics Competencies) Table of Content Item CODE LOGISTICS No MANAGEMENT 1. MILM100 Executive Masters in Logistics Management 2. MILM200 Executive Masters in Logistics Engineering Management 3. MILM300 Executive Masters in Agile Supply Chain Management 4. MILM400 Masters in Logistics and Operations Management
  14. 14. EXECUTIVE MASTERS IN LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT NO SUBJECTS CODE 1. Effective Logistics Management MILM101 2. Effective Logistics Plans and Control MILM102 3. Effective Supply Chain Management MILM103 4. Effective Warehousing Management MILM104 5. Logistics Information Management MILM105 6. Logistics Delivery System and Physical Distribution MILM106 7. Strategic Procurement & Purchasing MILM107 8. Integrated Logistics Supports MILM108 9. Organisational Behaviour MILM109 10. Project Paper MILM110
  15. 15. EXCUTIVE MASTERS IN LOGISTICS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT NO SUBJECTS CODE 1. Integrated Logistics Support Management MILM201 2. System Engineering Management MILM202 3. Reliability Engineering Management MILM203 4. Life Cycle Costing Management MILM204 5. Reliability and Safety Management Tools and Techniques MILM205 6. Reliability Centered Maintenance MILM206 7. Repair Chain Management & Level Of Repair Analysis MILM207 (LORA) 8. Acquisition Management of Capital Assets MILM208 9. Organisational Behaviour MILM109 10. Project Paper and Presentation MILM209
  16. 16. EXECUTIVE MASTERS IN AGILE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT NO SUBJECTS CODE 1. Agile Logistics Management MILM301 2. Effective Logistics Plans and Control MILM302 3. Elements of Integrated Logistics Supports (Logistics MILM203 Engineering) 4. Agile Supply Chain Management MILM304 5. Toyota’s Supply Chain Management MILM305 6. Logistics Delivery System and Physical Distribution MILM306 7. Strategic Procurement MILM307 8. Agile Warehousing and Inventory Management MILM308 9. Organisational Behaviour MILM109 10. Project Paper MILM309
  17. 17. EXECUTIVE MASTERS IN LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT NO SUBJECTS CODE 1. Effective Logistics Management MILM401 2. Agile Warehousing and Inventory Management MILM402 3. Elements of Integrated Logistics Supports (Logistics MILM403 Engineering) 4. Designing Supply Chain Management MILM404 5. Toyota’s Supply Chain Management MILM405 6. Logistics Delivery System and Physical Distribution MILM406 7. Operations Management 1 MILM407 8. Operations Management 2 MILM408 9. Organisational Behaviour MILM109 10. Project Paper MILM110
  18. 18. Executive Diploma in Logistics Functional Competencies Logistics Engineering Management Purchasing Management Agile Supply Chain Management Inventory and Warehouse Management Import/Export/ Distribution Management 7
  19. 19. Executive Diploma Programmes Core Functional Competencies Table of Content Item CODE LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT No 1. MILD100 Executive Diploma in Integrated Logistics Support Management (Logistics Engineering) 2. MILD200 Executive Diploma in Purchasing and Supply Management 3. MILD300 Executive Diploma in Inventory and Warehouse Management 4. MILD400 Executive Diploma in Logistics and Operations Management 5. MILD500 Executive Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health Practices Management (Logistics)
  20. 20. EXECUTIVE DIPLOMA IN INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SUPPORT MANAGEMENT (Logistics Engineering) NO SUBJECTS CODE 1. Introduction to Integrated Logistics Support Management MILD101 2. Fundamentals of System Engineering Management MILD102 3. Fundamentals of Reliability, Availability and MILD103 Maintainability Management 4. Life Cycle Costing MILD104 5. Contract Management MILD105 6. Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management MILD202 7. Repair Chain Management MILD106 8. Principles of Acquisition Management MILD107 9 Principles of Management MILD108 10. Project Paper MILD109
  21. 21. EXECUTIVE DIPLOMA IN PURCHASING AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT NO SUBJECTS CODE 1. Scope Functions, Organization and Definitions of Logistics MILD201 Management (Purchasing and Supply) 2. Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management MILD202 3. Fundamentals of Physical Distribution Management MILD203 4. Introduction to Integrated Logistics Support MILD101 5. Inventory Concepts and Practices Management MILD205 6. Purchasing Operations and Processes Level 1 MILD206 7. Purchasing Operations and Processes MILD207 Level 2 8. Legal Aspects of Purchasing & Supply MILD208 9 Principles of Management MILD108 10. Project Paper MILD209
  22. 22. EXECUTIVE DIPLOMA IN INVENTORY AND WAREHOUSING MANAGEMENT NO SUBJECTS CODE 1. Scope Functions, Organization and Definitions of Logistics MILD201 Management (Inventory and Warehouse) 2. Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management MILD202 3. Fundamentals of Inventory Management MILD301 4. Introduction to Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) MILD101 5. Fundamentals of Warehouse Operations Management MILD303 6. Stocktaking Management MILD304 7. Warehouse functions, design and layout MILD305 8. Third Part Logistics Management MILD306 9. Principles of Management MILD108 10. Project Paper MILD307
  23. 23. EXECUTIVE DIPLOMA IN LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT NO SUBJECTS CODE 1. Scope Functions, Organization and Definitions of Logistics MILD201 Management (Operations) 2. Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management MILD202 3. Fundamentals of Inventory Management MILD301 4. Introduction to Integrated Logistics Support MILD101 5. Fundamentals of Operation Management MILD403 6. Logistics in Operation Management Level 1 MILD404 7. Logistics in Operation Management Level 2 MILD405 8. Practices of Operation Management MILD406 9. Principles of Management MILD108 10. Project Paper MILD407
  24. 24. EXECUTIVE DIPLOMA IN OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH PRACTISE MANAGEMENT (LOGISTICS) NO SUBJECTS CODE 1. Introductions to OSHA MILD501 2. OSH Legislation and Risk Management MILD502 3. Occupational Safety and Hygiene MILD503 4. Safety Accident Investigations MILD504 5. Safety Accident Reporting MILD505 6. Legislations on Chemical and Dangerous Goods MILD506 7. Managing Hazardous Goods MILD507 8. Ergonomics MILD508 9. Principles of Management MILD108 10. Project Paper and Presentation MILD509
  25. 25. PROGRAM BRIEFINGS The briefing date will be notified soon
  26. 26. About MIL Executive Programmes • These programmes are designed to add value on logistics core competencies for those who are working in the logistics industries. • MIL believes that the Logistics Specialisations covers a wide spectrums of logistics functions that requires specially designed competency trainings on core logistics competencies. •These core competencies are developed in accordance to MIL logistics competency model that covers functional logistics competencies, managerial capabilities and problem solving activities to meet modern day logistics challenges. MIL programmes and MQA • The MIL executive programmes are designed and focused on competency based training for the employment in logistics industries and they are NOT in accordance with MQA (Malaysian Qualification Agency) education standard.
  27. 27. Exec Masters Programmes - Who Should Attend • Managers and executives who have working experience and needs formal educations as well as logistics core competencies to add value in work performances. • Experienced managers and executives - with or without a graduate business degree – would add personal and professional education as job and/or wealth creation process. Pre Requisites Exec Masters Programmes Entry Qualification • min Diploma and/or • Attained Senior Position in the Company and/or • Age 35 and above ( Open system). Exemption for degree holders • 5 years work experience • Associate/Student Member of MIL • Recommendations from superior
  28. 28. Executive Diploma Programmes - Who Should Attend • Executives who have working experience and needs formal educations as well as logistics core competencies to add value in work performances. • Experienced executives - with or without a graduate business degree – would add personal and professional education as job and/or wealth creation process. Pre Requisites Exec Diploma Entry Qualification • min SPM and/or MCE, O level, Professional certificates and Certificate qualifications • 3 years work experience • Student Member of MIL
  29. 29. Exec Diploma Programmes Duration of Study 12 months Number of Credits 30 Number of Modules 10 Price RM11,000.00. MIL members discount 10%. Except for Logistics Engineering courses i.e. Exec Diploma in Integrated Logistics Support. Method of Teaching Delivery - Blended method. 1 weekend face to face class per month for each module i.e. Saturday and Sunday Class room session from 9.00 am – 5.00 pm. Assignment based to be submitted at the end of each module. Venue At AeU City Campus, KL or clients’ in house facilities
  30. 30. Registration Details Participants can register by submitting the Application for Admission Form to info@mymil.org
  31. 31. Payment • Bank Loan • EPF Withdrawal • HRDF Withdrawal • AeU’s flexible payment scheme options are available.* * Terms and conditions apply Date of Commence • The programmes courses are to start in July 2010, on rolling monthly intakes
  32. 32. About AeU Asia e University (AeU) is a dual-mode multinational university set in Asia, by Asians under the Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD). Its establishment is an initiative of Malaysia, as prime mover for e-education, with the support of the 31 ACD member countries as confirmed by the Islamabad 2005 and DOHA 2006 ACD Ministerial Meetings. AeU will collaborate with Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) and training centres in the 31 ACD countries to offer academic programmes and trainings to all in Asia. AeU programmes and products will focus on affordability, accessibility, and marketability. AeU will also act as a facilitator for the mutual accreditation and recognition of degrees and academic programmes among Asian Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL). It will also act as an enabler for IHLs in Asia to leverage on each others resources and facilities including sharing of academic and professional programmes. AeU is also an instrument for greater Asia-wide cooperation and a catalyst in narrowing the digital divide among communities and nations. It will actively promote e-education efforts to meet the future human capacity needs of Asia. AeU is set to open minds and to open doors of opportunities for all in Asia. Vision To be a leader and a premier educational hub in the promotion of affordable and quality e -Learning in Asia. Mission To work in collaboration with universities, institutions and corporations drawing upon their collective expertise, prestige and resources to provide quality Higher Education and Lifelong Learning. Provide academic programmes of international reputation by capitalising on the expertise and prestige of collaborating institutions. Provide students with access to relevant, affordable, cost effective and flexible education, and training programmes. Develop appropriate pedagogical strategies and technologies to strengthen students' critical thinking, creative abilities, and
  33. 33. communication skills. Ensure that all the programmes and courses meet the quality benchmark established in the policies and standard e-Learning best practices among member institutions. Core Values Empowerment We inspire trust and cultivate responsibilities in order to create value for our clients. Excellence We aspire to excel in our services and are committed to continuous improvement. Integrity We strive to maintain the highest ethical standards and professionalism. Creativity We constantly seek new and innovative ways of doing things. Professionalism We inculcate the highest standards in carrying out duties and tasks
  34. 34. “Registration Forms” MIL Membership Application Form MIL Education Courses Application Forms
  35. 35. FORM M 01 Please affix passport-sized photographs 4 - Local students 6 - International MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM students 1) Please complete in BLOCK LETTERS 2) Tick (√) where applicable SECTION 1 Membership Status Level of Interest Membership Status Level Please tick Fellowship Member Student Experience & Knowledge Levels International Func Mgrs Exec Membership No. For Office Use SECTION 2 PERSONAL INFORMATION Name (as per IC/Passport IC/Passport No. Nationality Country/Place of Birth Race Religion Date of Birth Marital Status Single Married Age Gender Male Female Correspondence Address Postcode Home No. Permanent Home Address Postcode Home No No. Contact No. Mobile No. Email Address SECTION 3 ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION Please list all high school/college/professional qualifications from age SPM/MCE/GCE onwards Date of Examination Name of Examination Name of School/Institution Grades/Results
  36. 36. SECTION 4 WORK EXPERIENCE INFORMATION Company's Name Appointment Duration Office Address Postcode Office No. Previous Company's Name Experience 1 Appointment Duration Email Address Previous Company's Name Experience 2 Appointment Duration Email Address Previous Company's Name Experience3 Appointment A i t t Duration Email Address FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Application Accepted Full Membership Associate Membersh Effective date Remarks Recommendation by Other Requirements Counselled by Date Confirmation by Date Letter of Membership Issued Registrar Checklist Completed application form Application fee Certified true copies of relevant experience Passport-sized photographs Photocopy of IC/passport Please submit completed form to: Malaysian Institute of Logistics 53-2, Jalan Dwi Tasik 2, Dataran Dwi Tasik, Bandar Sri Permaisuri, Cheras 56000 Kuala Lumpur Tel : 03-9172 5632/03 9172 5633; Email: info@mymil.org Website: www.aeu.edu.my , www.mymil.org Fax : 03-9172 5635
  37. 37. MIL COURSE APPLICATION FORM  SECTION A:  APPLIED PROGRAMME (PROGRAM DIPOHON) Please tick the programme which you wish to enrol in: Sila tandakan program yang anda ingin diikuti: Executive Certificate   Executive Diploma Executive Masters Sijil Eksekutif   Diploma Eksekutif Sarjana Eksekutif Name of Programme Nama Program SECTION B: APPLICANT’S PARTICULARS (MAKLUMAT PEMOHON) Full Name Nama Penuh IC No / Passport No Gender / Jantina ( L/P) Nationality / Warganegara Date of Birth / Tarikh Lahir Date/ Month/ Year  Status / Status Single / Bujang   Married / Berkahwin Highest Academic LCE/SRP/PMR/Junior Secondary SPM/O Level Qualification / Tahap STPM/A Level Matriculation/Foundation Pendidikan Tertinggi International Baccalaureate Diploma/HND Bachelor Master Mailing Address / Alamat Surat‐Menyurat Tel No / Tel Bimbit (HP) Tel No (Home) / Tel Rumah Email / Emel SECTION C: EDUCATION BACKGROUND / PENDIDIKAN Name of Institution/Nama Institut Level/Tahap Year of Graduation CGPA         SECTION D: EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND / LATAR BELAKANG PEKERJAAN Position/ Name of Employer/ Employer Address/ Start Date/ End Date/ Jawatan Nama Majikan Alamat Majikan Tarikh Bekerja Tamat Bekerja Total Working Experience (No of Years)  Pengalaman Kerja   (Jumlah Tahun)
  38. 38. SECTION E: DECLARATION / PENGAKUAN I declare that the information given in this form is true and correct; I understand that my application can be rejected if I have submitted incorrect or incomplete information with false documents. (Saya mengakui bahawa semua maklumat dan dokumen yang diberikan adalah benar dan lengkap. Saya memahami bahawa sekiranya ada di antara maklumat ini didapati palsu atau tidak lengkap, permohonan saya boleh ditolak.) …………………………………………….      Date: ………………………………. Applicant’s Signature  Tarikh (Tandatangan Pemohon) OFFICE USE ONLY / UNTUK KEGUNAAN PEJABAT SAHAJA Documents are Complete    Qualified Please email the completed application form with required items to: (Sila hantar borang permohonan lengkap berserta perkara‐perkara yang diperlukan ke): The Registra, Malaysian Institute of Logistics (MIL) 53‐2, Jalan Dwi Tasik 2, Dataran Dwi Tasik, Bandar Sri Permaisuri, Cheras 56000 Kuala Lumpur Tel : 03‐9172 5632/03‐9172 5633;  Email: info@mymil.org             Website: www.aeu.edu.my  , www.mymil.org Fax: 03‐9172 5635 Checklist                                                          #        Completed application form                                                          #       Certified true copies of relevant transcript                                                          #        Photocopy of IC/passpor                                                          #        Passport‐sized photograph

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