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Welcome - Selamat Datang
DSD Main Function
Development of
National Occupational
Skills Standard (NOSS)
National Dual Training System
[Sistem Latihan Dual Nasional (SLDN)] implementation
Skills training accreditation
Research and Development of skills training
Malaysian Skills Certification Systems
National Industrial Expert Directory [Direktori Pakar Industri Negara (DPIN)] management
Trainer development
Skills training development & promotion
Skilled workers recognition through APA
DSD, Employer & Skills Worker Relationship
MSC/SKM
NDTS
RPA
AC
NOSS
Module
Department of Skills Development
Learning Guide/ CoS
Development
Industrial Experts
Trainers/ Instructors
Assessment & Certification
Skills Training Analysis
Industry/Employer
Skilled Workers
Individual
Malaysian Skills Certification Systems
Promotion & Development of Skills Training
Mainstreaming Skills Training
Raising skills to increase employability
Mainstreaming and broadening access to
quality TEVT
to increase the skills based workforce
Improving perception of TEVT
Streamlining delivery of TEVT
Developing highly effective instructors and trainers
Upgrading and harmonizing TEVT curriculum quality
..and we strengthened our roles to support the 10th MP..
..we developed
dynamic,

flexible
and
responsive
occupational standards
..we
accredited training programmes
offered by training institutions;
assess
and
certify
students
(NDTS, RPA, ACs) under Act 652
..we
develop instructors
and
experts
who are knowledgeable, competent, professional and responsive
..we intensively promote skills training through a new
SkillsMalaysia
brand, which aims to change negative perception towards skills training
1,690 NOSS developed
29 sectors covered
1,664 registered industry experts
1,844 registered instructor experts
536 SDAC members
1,002 Accredited Centres
6,496 Accredited Programmes
993,085 national certificates –SKM (includes 70,192 through RPA)
35,579 statements of achievement
26,429 apprentices
145 programs
1,531 companies
1,509 training providers
DSD current status…
* all figures are based on the statistics until January 2012
E&E, Telecommunications & Broadcasting
Information Communication & Technology
Machinery & Equipment
Mechanical & Electrical Service Maintenance
Transportation
Materials – Metal & Non-Metal
Packaging
Printing
Chemical
Medical & Pharmaceuticals
Hospitality & Tourism
Souvenir & Small Enterprise
Building & Construction
Landscaping & Environmental
Interior Decor
Business Management
Textiles & Apparel
Agriculture & Agro-based
Resource-based
Biotechnology
Education & Training Services
Oil & Gas
Halal Industry
Integrated Logistics Services
Distributive Trades
Defense & Security Services
Care & Community Services
Arts & Culture
Mining
..and the skill sectors covered…
National Occupational Skills Standard (NOSS)
National Dual Training System (NDTS)
Recognition of Prior Achievement (RPA)
Skills Competitions (National, ASEAN & World)
awareness campaigns
Mainstreaming Skills Training
National Industry Experts Directory (DPIN)
..
PM is serious that we need to transform our country to a high income nation
“..Malaysia is gearing itself to become a knowledgeable nation with
educated and skilled workers
. The Malaysian Government is committed to produce a
competent and competitive workforce
in various fields at different levels. It is our policy to produce
knowledgeable and multi skilled
human capital which will propel Malaysia towards being a developed country..”
– YAB Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Bin Tun Abdul Razak
..and they have also joined us..
..there are even more..
Participation & the commitment of industries together with the training agencies in this bold initiative will take
Malaysia
closer to be a
“Developed Nation”
PM
introduced
4 strategic thrusts
to propel Malaysia towards
Vision 2020
Achievement
Skills competition
Malaysian Skills Competition
ASEAN Skills Competition
World Skills Competition

MoU/ MoA with
professional
body
EC
TWI
LCCI
IMI
CISCO
Microsoft etc.
SkillsMalaysia INVITE- Model
SkillsMalaysia INVITE
SkillsMalaysia

INVITE
– Profile
International Technical Education & Vocational Training Programme in Malaysia (
INVITE
), is designed to provide comprehensive skills, including elements of core technical skills, communication language skills, office administrative, technological skills and knowledge of running a business.

SkillsMalaysia INVITE
prepares its trainees for eventual successful careers in employment or as skilled entrepreneurs.

An innovative which enable trainees to undergo
structured hands-on training
at the industries will also be introduced.
Educational and professional pathways for TEVT student
Gateway to employability!
CREATIVE ARTS & DESIGN
EARLY CHILDHOOD & CHILDCARE EDUCATION
HOSPITALITY &
TOURISM MANAGEMENT
BIOTECHNOLOGY
WELLNESS & OPTOMETRY
COMPLEMENTARY & TRADITIONAL MEDICINE, ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES
BUSINESS & ACCOUNTANCY
ENGINEERING & BUILT ENVIRONMENT
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTING
Skills Diploma
Program
Advance Skills Diploma
Program
Skills Certificate Program

VOCATIONAL TRAINING & SKILL-BASED COURSES
Main Functions
Skills accreditation
and certification
Expert
development
Standard and curriculum development
Industry-driven training
National Occupational Skills Standard (NOSS)
Skills upgrading, Instructor development, capacity building, Industrial experts engagements, Skills Competition
Accreditation of Training Organisation
Student Reg.

>

Assessment

>

Cert’n.
National Dual Training System – NDTS
Strategic Plan
MALAYSIAN QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK (MQF):
QUALIFICATIONS AND LEVELS‏
INDUSTRY SECTORS FOR SKILLS TRAINING & MALAYSIAN SKILLS CERTIFICATION
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Overview of Current TEVT Landscape in Malaysia
Leader in SKILLS TRAINING DEVELOPMENT in the region
WELCOME
SELAMAT DATANG

DEPARTMENT OF SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Contents
Brief History & Overview
1
Main Functions
2
Skills Delivery System
3
Going Forward
4
Q & A
5
We need to view
human capital in more
holistic and comprehensive
manner. Employers, both
public and private, must also
provide opportunities for their
employees to acquire skills
and core competencies. We
cannot merely seek command
and control armies of order-
takers. We must encourage
creators, entrepreneurs and
innovators at every level.
Hon. Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak
Prime Minister
Malaysia Needs More Intangible Assets,
The Star, 9 January 2010
Malaysia aspires to move up the value chain to become a
high-income economy
, with a significant increase of
GNI and GDP growth
at an average rate of
6% per annum
until 2020. Four key thrusts have been launched to achieve this vision – the
New Economic Model (NEM)
, the
Government Transformation Programme (GTP)
, the
Economic Transformation Programme (ETP)
, as well as the
10th Malaysia Plan
.
MISSION
TO DEVELOP HUMAN CAPITAL (K-WORKER) & EQUIP THEM WITH KNOWLEDGE, COMPETITIVENESS SKILLS AND ABILITY FOR GLOBAL MARKET REQUIREMENT & RECOGNITION.

VISION
TO BE A LEADER IN DEVELOPMENT OF WORLD CLASS SKILLED HUMAN RESOURCES
Competencies
&
Qualifications

Globalization
+
Fast Changing Technology & Work Process
DEPARTMENT OF SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCES
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCES (MOHR)
ORGANISATION CHART
Introduction to DSD

Department of Skills Development (DSD)
is an agency under
Ministry of Human Resources (MOHR)
responsible to
manage
,
coordinate
and
promote
skills training program and career development based on skills competencies.

DSD is regulated under the
National Skills Development Act 2006 (Act 652)

DSD was evolved from;
National Vocational Training Council (NVTC/MLVK)(1989 – 2006)
National Industrial Trade Training Certification Board (NITTCB/LLPPKK)
(1971 – 1989)
Skills Training Evolution & Transformation
1989
1993
1971
National Industrial Trade Training and Certification Board (NITTCB)
National Vocational Training Council (NVTC/MLVK)
2005
2006
2008
10th
MP
2007
Malaysian Skills Certification Systems (L1-L5)
National Dual Training Systems (NDTS/SLDN)
Department of Skills Development (DSD)
NASDA 2006 (Act 652)
6 Regional offices CIAST
Skills Dev. Master Plan SDT 2008-2009
Cyberjaya Office
Toward MSD & MSAD recognition
Re branding of Skills Training
SkillsMalaysia
Mainstreaming TEVT
(Brief History)
2010
10th Malaysia Plan
Chapter 5:
Mainstreaming
and
broadening access
to quality technical education and vocational training
Meeting Industry Needs
Meeting Industry Needs
1. BASED ON OCCUPATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
A SPECIFICATION OF THE COMPETENCIES EXPECTED OF A SKILLED WORKER WHO IS GAINFULLY EMPLOYED IN MALAYSIA FOR AN OCCUPATIONAL AREA AND LEVEL AND PATHWAY TO ACHIEVE THE COMPETENCIES
NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS STANDARD (NOSS)
MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
2. DIRECTLY RELATED TO CAREER STRUCTURE OF AN
OCCUPATION.
3. DEVELOPED BY INDUSTRIAL PRACTITIONERS AND
SKILLED WORKERS WHO DIRECTLY INVOLVE IN THE
OCCUPATION.
WHY NOSS?
Training Curriculum
Training materials development

Facilities / Equipment
Training equipment and facilities
procurement

Skills Certification
Evaluation and Assessment

Employment
Recruitment
Training Need Analysis
Performance Appraisal
Employees’ career paths/
promotions
Meeting Industry Needs
Polices & Ways forward
Legislative Framework
To empower the DSD with legislative power in coordinating SDT activities
National Skills Development Act 2006
(Act 652)
To promote through skills training, the development & improvement of a person’s abilities, needed for vocation.
Skills Delivery System
NOSS Development & Endorsement
Accreditation of training program
Certification and recognition
Investigation and enforcement
Recognition of certificate
PROVISIONS OF THE ACT
(Act 652)
DSD Accredited Centre
MALAYSIAN SKILLS CERTIFICATION SYSTEM
Public Technical Education & Vocational Training Institute in Malaysia
Vocational Training Institute in Malaysia (DSD’s Accredited Centre)
Main Function of DSD
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Department Of Skills Development (DSD) implements the Malaysian Skills Certification System:
Malaysian Skills Certificate (Level 1-3)
,

Malaysian Skills Diploma (Level 4)
and
Malaysian Skills Advanced Diploma (Level 5)
for the skills sectors in the Malaysian Qualification Framework (MQF).

Certification, Accreditation and Quality Assurance of skills training programmes are based on
National Occupational Skill Standard – (NOSS)
and Code of Practice of Skills Program Accreditation (CoPSPA).

Centre for Instructor and Advanced Skills Training (
CIAST
) is a DSD training organization in which responsible to train and develop the skills and technical competencies of
vocational instructors & trainers
.
Malaysian Skills Certification System
(QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM)
Training programmes will be developed to hone new skills in line with
knowledgeable,

creative
and
innovative
human capital for future needs of industry in a high-income and developed economy.
In 2013, the
allocation for education and training
accounts for
21%
of the total budget.
The
Graduate Employability Blueprint
will be launch by end-2012 to assist & strengthening the employability of graduates.
In line with the objective to transform the country’s key industries towards high technology, innovation and high income, various skills training programmes will be implemented. Towards this, focus will be given to create a professional and talented workforce in selected industries, including
oil and gas,
shipping,

ICT,

creative

and

biotechnology.
Budget
RM440 million
allocated to the
Skills Development Fund Corporation (PTPK)
, to provide loans for nearly
40,000 trainees
to undergo skills training for the
Malaysia Skill Certificate
Level
1 - 5
.
Skills and Training
2013
RM3.7

billion
allocated to train students in technical and vocational.
The
Graduate Employability Taskforce
will establish with an allocation of
RM200 million
.
RM366 million
allocated to
upgrade
as well as
purchase equipment
for Industrial Training Institutes (ILP)
&
National Youth Vocational Institutes (IKBN).
Skills Advance Diploma
Program
CHILD & ELDERLY CARE
JPK
Current Status & Ways Forward
Ministry of Human Resources Malaysia
Department of Skills Development
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