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Education

Making TVET a relevant choice

THE Asia Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Forum 2018 recently concluded with Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik promising to make it the first choice for students in Malaysia.

Education

TVET, the way forward

As the nation moves to the fourth Industrial Revolution, TVET plays a critical part.

Nation

TVET curriculum to simulate actual workplace, says Kula

PETALING JAYA: The Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) curriculum will soon simulate actual workplace situations.

Nation

Maszlee: Chinese firms want to sponsor TVET students

PETALING JAYA: There will be more TVET scholarship and training opportunities for Malaysian students in education institutions and companies in China, says Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik.

Nation

TVET courses are not for those who are academically weak, Kula tells parents

KUALA LUMPUR: Parents should shed the mindset that labour intensive work would not guarantee the future of their children, and that TVET courses are only for those who are weak academically, says M. Kulasegaran.

Nation

Kula: TVET courses not only for those academically weak

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians should shed the mindset that labour-intensive jobs such as welding and plumbing would not guarantee youths a good future, says Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran.

Letters

Putting TVET in rightful place in education system

FROM KHOO KOK HEONG , Bukit Glugor, Pulau Pinang

Nation

Kuala Lumpur Declaration

WITH the various education initiatives and policies, Malaysia is now one of the leading countries in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET).

Education

Need to re-look policies

THE drop in student enrolment at private higher education institutions (IPTS) and in private skills training institutes (ILKS) is alarming.

Metro News

Plans for licence to teach for technologists and technicians

ALOR GAJAH: Those who wish to teach in the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector may be required to obtain a licence first from the Malaysia Board of Technologies (MBOT).