Technical & Vocational Education & Training (TVET-i)

TVET instructor is an individual who is able to conduct effective occupation-related trainings to assist youth and adults in lifelong learning, job training and skill
development. They are technically trained, well versed in industry trends and best practices as well as competence in demonstrating a high quality of training performance for the world of work. In Malaysian context, instructor is a person who is responsible for skills training to guide, supervise and evaluate a trainee’s ability o assimilate the theoretical and practical aspects of the training (The Commissioner of Law Revision Malaysia, 2006).1 To summarize, TVET instructors are the key enablers of determining the skills of future workforce (UNESCO-UNEVOC, 2020)

In general, Malaysian TVET instructors are designated to train formal and informal learning at training-based institutions for few federal ministries which own, fund and operate TVET public sectors.

Entry Requirements

[Duration: 9 months]

Entry Requirements for Technical & Vocational Education & Training (TVET-i):

  • Students from all types of skill areas who has obtained Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) Level 3


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