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Higher Acceptance For Vocal Training
Posted: 02 July 2012
Malaysia human resources ministry urging companies to have
for vocational and technical training.
HR deputy minister Senator Datuk Maznah Maslan said 40% of 3.3 million new jobs by 2020 require such skills.
"The ministry is taking initiatives to ensure all Malaysians have at least Level 3 skills certificates to qualify as high-skilled workers," she said.
Nearly 100,000 SPM holder
school for the job market without skills.
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