School of Technical, Vocational Education and Training

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STVET focuses on youths and working professionals, with the objectives of improving participants’ skills in a condensed teaching period and allow participants to obtain a quality competency-based qualification quickly and conveniently. The TVET Industrial Coaching series will empower participants with the foundation necessary to lead high performing teams and achieve operational success.

The Industrial programs are delivered through a series of face to face practical lab and coaching series, online classroom, assignments, quizzes and workshops to cover skills, knowledge, ability and attributes which addresses specific industry contexts. Learning is built on the participants own career experience or industry needs through discussions that is applicable at current workplace and industry context.

Dean's Message

Mr Mahendran Subramaniam (AMN), STVET acting dean

The working adult’s is a valuable asset to this nation, thus it is necessary to develop and
equip them with attitude, knowledge and skills we need for their development and enable
them to be stronger to face challenges in the future.
In this context two issues are important:
(i) our education system may need reorientation towards productive citizens and.
(ii) our national politics and politician needs reorientation towards creating opportunities for
employing educated mass to contribute to the national economy.

working adults everywhere set out in life with a dreams, hopes and aspirations, is yet, these
young men and women often face many challenges in the labor market and also their life’s.
If young people are to be given opportunities, then multiple pathways to decent employment
or business are needed. Achieving decent work or business for young people is a critical
element in sustainable development, growth and welfare for all.
There is growing evidence of a global situation in which young people face increasing
difficulties when entering the labor force. Without the right foothold from which to start out,
these people are less able to make choices that will improve their own job prospects and
those of their future dependents. This in turn will perpetuate the cycle of insufficient
education, low-productivity employment and working poverty from one generation to the
next. Therefore, there is an urgency to develop strategies that aimed to give young people a
chance to make the most of their productive potential.
To conclude, Technical and Vocational Education and Training programs must continue to
focus on developing the right attitude and skill to ensure they get employment and
contribute to the development of our Nation.


Enter TVET nation
Development on technical and vocational skills in career
Empowerment and inclusivity
Empowering technical and vocational skills for the industry
Specialised training programmes
Specialise beyond limit in the technical and vocational fields
Economically driven
High demand for skills in the technical industry locally and interantionally

GUC voices

"I am Selvadurai. I was working as a draughtsman in a firm in Singapore. I could not go anywhere else as I learned the skills on my own and with no paper qualification. One of my friend introduced me to GUC – RBA Skill workshop for Experienced program. I joined the program to transfer my skills and work experience via GUC-RBA SWEP program. Today I have obtained a competency Diploma Level 5 in Draughtsman and manage to secure a better job offer in Singapore. I have to thank GUC-RBAfor changing my life and provide me with good carrier options."

Selvadurai, Diploma level 5 in draughtsman

"I’m Mugesh Krisna. This picture means a lot to me as I was given the opportunity to go to China for advance Mobile repairing skills upon completion of my Vocational Diploma in electronics. I would like to take this opportunity to thank GUC - RBA as their commitment in empowering Malaysian youths. Today I have gained a step further in my knowledge and skills in Technical and Vocational Education. To all SPM students labelled as failures by our education system , hope is still around the corner. Look for organization like GUC to bring the best out of you. I hope more Malaysian will GUC-RBA journey towards empowering youths. With their blessing I am now an entrepreneur having my own mobile shop in Kuala Lumpur."

Mugesh Krisna, Vocational diploma in electronics

"Hi I’m Mageshwaran from Kajang. I didn’t do so well in my SPM examination. My enrollment with GUC-RBA program Vocational Diploma in Electronic make me to realise my capability. Now I am earning more RM3,000 a month as a IT Executive in a financial institution. "

Mageshwaran, Vocational diploma in electronic