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TVET-LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

26th October 2021

MyRIVET, in collaboration with Akademi Kepimpinan Pendidikan Tinggi (AKEPT) have organized a webinar on TVET-Leadership Development Programme with the theme of Leadership Skills in the Digital Age: Challenges & Opportunities. The speakers are Dato’ Ts. Dr. Mohammmad Naim Yaakub from MyRIVET UTHM, Prof. Dr. Abdul Karim Alias from USM and Dr. Young Saing Kim from KRIVET while the moderator is Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ts. Lai Chee Sern from MyRIVET. Director of AKEPT, Dato’ Prof. Dr. Nasrudin Mohammed and director of MyRIVET, Assoc. Prof. Ts. Dr. Razali bin Hassan also gave a speech and closing remarks during the events. The webinar is the first series of the programme and was broadcasted live through the Prestige Global TV YouTube channel and the AKEPT official Facebook page.

MYRIVET DIRECTOR DELIVERED KEYNOTE SPEECH AT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY, INDONESIA

28th August 2021

Assoc. Prof. Ts. Dr. Razali Bin Hassan, Director of MyRIVET, delivered a keynote speech at the 1st International Conference on Education and Technology, Indonesia. With the theme of “Beyond the New Normal Challenges in The World of Education Towards Society 5.0”, Dr. Razali shared his insight on “The Impact of COVID19 Towards Teaching and Learning: Will it lead to change in our Teaching Methodology?”. He discussed the response of world’s education system in the face of the COVID19 pandemic and highlighted the importance of investment in the professional development of educators, research and development on creative teaching methods, and policy improvement.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF MYRIVET AS PANELIST AT ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK’S 9TH INTERNATIONAL SKILLS FORUM

27th August 2021

Dato’ Ts. Dr. Mohammad Naim Bin Yaakub, deputy director of MyRIVET shared his views on teacher quality and teacher professional development at 9th International Skills Forum organized by Asian Development Bank (ADB). Under the theme of “Reimagining Education and Skills Development for a New Normal”, the forum discussed on improving learning approaches, equipping learners with 21st century skills for better employability and smart partnership in reforming education for a new normal.

JENAMAKAN TVET DENGAN ACUAN KITA

15 April 2019

Di Malaysia, ada empat cabaran utama melaksanakan TVET - tadbir urus tidak diselaraskan, penyelarasan pelaksanaan pembekal latihan daripada pelbagai kementerian, bidang teknologi tidak diiktiraf serta dua badan akreditasi yang tidak diselaraskan. Semua cabaran ini memerlukan pertimbangan untuk diharmonikan bagi memastikan pelaksanaan bidang TVET negara diterima semua industri - Petikan sumber: Berita Harian

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At present, there are several ministries such as Ministry of Human Resources, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Youth and Sports, Ministry of Rural Development, Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-based Industry, Ministry of Works, Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment & Climate Change, Ministry Of Water, Land and Natural Resources and Ministry of Defence, that are involved in the development of technical and vocational resources. The development of the resources require coordination and sharing of information from various approaches.

The technical and vocational education and training (TVET) education is of the utmost importance in the development of talent to realise the vision of Malaysia in 2020. In the light of the TVET development, there are 36 polytechnics, 98 community colleges, 80 vocational colleges, 676 Public Accredited Centres and 642 Private Accredited Centres throughout Malaysia.

The development of TVET can also be identified through the offer of technical, vocational and skills streams after the secondary school level and the involvement of Public Accredited Centres and Private Accredited Centres. In addition, a number of private institutions are also offering TVET programs to enhance the access and quality of TVET in Malaysia.

The importance of empowering TVET in Malaysia is translated into the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025, Malaysia Education Development Plan 2015-2025 (Higher Education) and RMK-11 Final Review of 2016-2020. It begins with providing awareness, education path and career choice at school level towards increasing the quantity and quality of TVET graduates to meet the industry requirements.

TVET Milestone in Malaysia

MyRIVET Establishment

Overview

MyRIVET is a national independent TVET research institute responsible for leading research, consultation and training. As a professional institution, MyRIVET will carry out research activities such as collection, analysis, evaluation and management of data; consultations involving the development of research-based policies along with the dissemination of research findings; and training reinforcement in the field of TVET. These services provide benefits for both government agencies and non-governmental organisations in Malaysia. MyRIVET also functions as a main platform for international networking and collaboration.

Key Research Area

AIM

To provide information on TVET as the national research referral center to fulfil the industry requirements and national development

Objective

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