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MALAYSIA is looking forward to continuous co-operation between government agencies and industry players, and the Chinese government, to enhance technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in both countries, according to Higher Education Minister Noraini Ahmad.
She said Malaysia and China have long enjoyed harmonious bilateral ties, in education and industrial partnership.
“The co-operation between industry in Malaysia and China plays a major role in providing work experience to many TVET students and graduates,” she said at a hybrid conference in Beijing.,
Noraidi said TVET institutions in Malaysia are already embarking on various projects with Chinese partners, such as Huawei, the Alibaba Group and ZTE.
To date, Malaysia has 1,295 institutions that offer TVET programmes from ministries, state skills centres and private providers, she said.
Noraini said the TVET education track has tremendous potential in producing a competent workforce in related industries to meet the socioeconomic objectives of the country. – Bernama, August 21, 2022.