Enhancing youth employability


There is a need to review our primary and secondary education system and its syllabus to create a new foundation for the development of TVET education.

SINCE assuming the office of Human Resources, I have said many times that Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is the most essential aspect of training for our future human capital.

Malaysia today is in dire need of skilled construction workers, technicians, carpenters, painters, plumbers and electricians, to name a few, in order to become a developed nation. Towards this end, we need to increase the percentage of skilled workers by means of skilling, upskilling and reskilling our human capital especially among youths.

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