SDGA Statement on New CM
The Sarawak Dayak Graduates Association (SDGA) welcomes with cautious optimism the appointment of Datuk Seri Adenan Satem as Sarawak 5th Chief Minister. The association noted that under the present political system, the sitting Chief Minister has the prerogative to choose his successor. In this context, and taking into consideration party hierarchy, it saddened association members that a person holding the second most senior position in the party hierarchy, who happened to be a Dayak, was not even mentioned, yet alone considered as a possible candidate for the post. To most Dayak, this is a challenge, if not a setback to our Prime Minister’s who strongly advocate a policy of 1Malaysia and inclusiveness.
Train The Trainer Program
Course : Certificate in Training (TTT)
Date : 20th - 24th April 2012 (5Days)
Time : 9am - 5pm
All registered training providers are responsible to ensure that their trainer/instructors are qualified and competent in their respective areas of training. In line with this, Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad’s role as the training coordinating agency has to continuously raise the level of competency among the training providers. Henceforth, all trainers are encouraged to attend the “Train the Trainer” programme, which focuses on the key aspects of training stages in a training cycle.
The PSMB Certified Trainer Program is awarded NCS (National Competency Standard) code Z-070 by Department of Skills Development, Malaysia.
This training program has been designed for managers, executives, trainers, instructors, team leaders, supervisors in organisations who wish to provide structured training and conduct relevant and fair assessments in their organisation so as to achieve Peak Performance.
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JCF Community Scholarship
"Malaysian Care's partnership with Sunway University College for the past 12 years has brought substantial returns, though not in cash but in kind. In particular, the Jeffrey Cheah Foundation Community Scholarship, fully funded by the University and coordinated by Malaysian Care to cater for students from orphanages and from poor family backgrounds.
To apply or for enquiries, contact Keith Daniel at
03-90582102 ext 133 or CLICK HERE for more information.