We are accredited by the following bodies:-
Ministry of Human Resource (MOHR): Also known as the Kementerian Sumber Manusia (KSM), the mission of MOHR is to develop a competitive workforce in an environment of industrial harmony and social justice. MOHR also aims to develop a workforce that is productive, informative, discipline, caring and responsive to the changing labor environment towards increasing the economic growth and hence create more job opportunities.
Skills Development Fund (PTPK): The Skills Development Fund Act 2004 (Act 640) which was officially gazetted on the 1st December 2004, thus establishing the Skills Development Corporation to manage the Skills Development Fund. The Fund has been established to grant skills training loans to trainees of approved skills training programmes, especially those based on the National Occupational Skill Standard (NOSS).
Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK) Certificates ensures that job and career development prospects can be enhanced, since Certificate holders have been assessed and verified as fulfilling the requirements of gainful employment in Malaysian industry. By possessing the JPK Certificates, individuals may project themselves as dignified professionals in their own rights, thus enhancing the status of skills jobs and careers at large.
SkillsMalaysia is the process of innovation to be symbolic skills training to reach the level of skills to the most outstanding and distinguished achievement financially from the union and the national aspirations of the people with skills based training mission in the phrase SkillsMalaysia.
City & Guilds is the biggest name in UK vocational education, with 2 million learners working towards one of our qualifications every year. Over 500 qualifications in 28 industry areas are especially valued by employers because they’re developed in conjunction with key industry bodies and are offered pathways to career progression, with qualifications ranging from entry level to the equivalent of a postgraduate degree.