Meeting the goal of developing workers

(From left, front row) Teh, Yeow, Loong, Lim, Lew, Mek Eshah and Mahani and (back row) graduates from the Malaysian Meister programme.

THE Malaysian Meister Programme creates Technical and Vocational Education & Training (TVET) opportunities for Malaysian students.

It prepares students for jobs for the future; and is part of an ecosystem that is supported by the industry, training institutions and the government.

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