Malaysian Export Academy was registered in October 2007 as a Company with the Registrar of Companies in
Malaysia. Its main activities are training and education services and event management. The Academy has
been certified ISO 9001:2008 standards in 2015. It is awarded the 5 Star Rating with HRDF.
The Academy has been registered with the Human Resources Development Fund, Ministry of Human Resources of Malaysia. In this respect, almost all of its training programmes are fully subsidized by the said Fund. The Academy is also registered with the Ministry of Finance of Malaysia.
The Academy has won many government tenders to conduct short courses and professional programmes under various schemes that include 1 Malaysia Globally Recognised Industry and Professionals Programme, Minimum Wages Training Incentive, SME Senior Managers Development Programme, SME Upskilling Programmes and INBASE Programmes.
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New Norm After Covid 19
COVID-19 pandemic has not ended yet. Until there is an effective vaccine or treatment, everyone remains at risk. We all need to work together to protect ourselves and others.
The Role of the Training Provider
The core role of the training provider is to take on the responsibility for ensuring that the apprentice receives all of the training required to achieve a successful apprenticeship and complete the end-point assessment (EPA) . This will include:
It is also the training providers role to ensure that the apprentice is eligible for and has the required entry qualifications for the agreed upon apprenticeship.
Most employers use an external training organisation to provide the Apprenticeship training. There are 3 types of apprenticeship training provider on the register of apprenticeship training providers:
What is PENJANA HRDF?
The HRDF new economic recovery initiative, PENJANA HRDF – Training Incentive Programme highlights how generating job opportunities and training play a critical part in Malaysia’s fight to get back on its feet in the wake of the COVID-19 peak on unemployment and employability issues.
The government, through PENJANA, emphasises training in terms of reskilling and upskilling of Malaysians to enhance the employability of the unemployed.
These efforts will be implemented through collaborations with various ministries and agencies.
HRDF at the same time seeks qualified partners in delivering the initiatives crafted as part of the short to medium-term COVID-19 economic recovery plan, specifically related to job placement, entrepreneurship, self-employment and market-driven industrial revolution 4.0 training.
We cater for all needs. Whether you are job seekers, employers or training providers, PENJANA HRDF provides job creation, skills training and employment opportunities. These efforts will help create dynamic, local high-skilled labour markets to support areas with high job potential and introducing greater flexibility to help school leavers, unemployed graduates and retrenched workers get into work.
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