BY: Zaki Salleh
IPOH – Pusat Aspirasi Anak Perak (PASAK) in collaboration with Institut Darul Ridzuan (IDR) has organized the Malaysian TVET Corridor Workshop Series 2 at the Travelodge Hotel.
This two-day workshop was attended by 82 invited people consisting of directors, heads of departments, representatives of government and public agencies and institutions.
The organization of this workshop aims to mobilize and implement one of the six main agendas of Perak Sejahtera 2030 which is the Malaysian TVET Corridor.
This is also the fourth flagship program out of 18 flagship programs contained in Perak Sejahtera 2030.
A discussion session was also held with all experts in the field of skills training to help make the TVET corridor agenda a success.
Through the organization of this workshop, the participants can find out in more detail about the program specialization offered by the skills training institution.
This includes the issues and challenges faced as well as the efforts that can be made to ensure that the initiatives of the Malaysian TVET Corridor agenda can be implemented successfully.
Earlier, the workshop was inaugurated by the Chairman of the Perak State Human Resources, Health and Indian Community Affairs Committee, A. Sivanesan.
Also present were the Director of PASAK, Aldrin Ng and Chief Executive Officer of Darul Ridzuan Institute, Dr Maisarah Ahmad.