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Tremendous Response to Sarawak Skills Miri`s Industry-Institution Networking Session

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Tremendous Response to Sarawak Skills Miri`s Industry-Institution Networking Session

More than one hundred (100) participants from various government agencies and industry sectors attended the Industry-Institution Networking Session organized by Sarawak Skills Miri on 5 March 2024.

Held at the Petroleum Recreation Club (Kelab Rekreasi Petroliam) Lutong, the objective of the networking session was to bridge the gap between theoretical education and industry needs. In this respect, during his welcoming remarks, Mr. Zakri bin Md. Salleh, Chief Technology Officer of the Sarawak Skills Group of Learning Institutions thanked the representatives from the government agencies and industries for coming out in full force to support this programme. He highlighted that the diverse array of short courses offered by Sarawak Skills would facilitate the joint objective by the stakeholders to upskill and reskill the workforce in line with the evolving needs of industries.

The networking session featured distinguished speakers, including Mr. Harrison Anak Bangka from HRDCorp Miri Branch, Mr. Mohamed Syamsul Bahari bin Mohamed Rashid from Divestuff International Sdn. Bhd. and Mr. Mayliston Lennon Anak Jacob from Sarawak Skills Kuching. Indeed, by providing a platform for collaboration and knowledge exchange, Sarawak Skills Miri aims to foster enduring partnerships with the government and industries. This paves the way for joint research initiatives, internship opportunities, and curriculum development aligned with industry demands.

Notable attendees included Puan Hajah Khaninah binti Haji Ariff, Principal Assistant Secretary from the Talent Development Division at the Ministry of Education, Innovation, and Talent Development Sarawak (MEITD), Puan Ts. Syuhaira binti Mohd Zin, Campus Director, Sarawak Skills Miri and representatives from Johor Skills Development Centre, Kedah Industrial Skills and Management Development Centre (KISMEC), Institut Kemahiran Tinggi Perda (PERDA-TECH) and Vocational Education Training Academy (VETA).

Following the Industry-Institution Networking Session, a briefing was conducted by Divestuff International Sdn. Bhd. on the Underwater Welding and Cutting Operations Course. Offered at Sarawak Skills Miri, the course is a joint initiative between Divestuff International Sdn. Bhd. and Sarawak Skills Miri. Sarawak Skills Miri is the only registered centre with the Department of Skills Development (Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran) to offer the practical evaluation component of the Underwater Welding and Cutting Operations Course in Malaysia.

For more information on programmes and short courses at Sarawak Skills Miri, please contact Madam Dayang Nurervinna binti Awang Yusuf, Senior Executive, Corporate Training (010-546 1294, email: dervinna@sarawakskills.edu.my). Information can also be obtained from Sarawak Skills Miri`s Facebook Page: Sarawak Skills / iCATS Miri.

Group Photo with Speakers and Participants.

Mr. Zakri bin Md. Salleh presents a memento to Mr. Mohamed Syamsul Bahari bin Mohamed Rashid.

Also in the photo: Puan Ts. Syuhaira binti Mohd Zin

Tremendous Response to Sarawak Skills Miri`s Industry-Institution Networking Session

SeDidik Sarawak Celebrates Staff Members’ Completion of Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) Programme

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SeDidik Sarawak Celebrates Staff Members’ Completion of Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) Programme

SeDidik Sarawak is proud to announce the graduation of 32 staff members who have completed various skills certificates and diplomas through Sarawak Skills’ Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) programme. In this respect, the Convocation Ceremony, a significant milestone in the educational journey of these staff members, was held at Sarawak Skills, Tabuan Jaya, Kuching on 2 March 2024.

The RPEL Programme conducted by Sarawak Skills exemplifies a commitment to recognizing and validating the skills and knowledge acquired through prior experiences. This innovative initiative provides individuals with the opportunity to showcase their competencies gained from work, life experiences, and informal learning, thereby enhancing their career prospects and personal development.

Speaking about the achievement, Madam Nur Alina Abdullah, Acting Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Women, Early Childhood and Community Wellbeing Development who represented the Honourable Dato Sri Hajah Fatimah Abdullah, Minister for Women, Early Childhood and Community Wellbeing Development expressed her gratitude to all participants and stakeholders in making the RPEL programme a success. “This accomplishment reflects our commitment to providing inclusive and transformative education that recognizes the diverse talents and experiences of our staff members,” she said while delivering the minister’s speech.

She added, “The graduation of 32 staff members from the RPEL programme serves as a testament to SeDidik Sarawak’s dedication to lifelong learning and professional development. As these individuals embark on the next chapter of their careers, they carry with them the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make meaningful contributions to their communities and beyond”.

 

Among the graduates, three (3) recipients completed Level 3 in Care Management and Early Childhood Development Education, while twenty-nine (29) recipients completed Level 4 in Early Childhood Care and Development Supervision. The aforementioned programmes are designed to equip participants with essential skills and knowledge in the field of early childhood education, with comprehensive curricula tailored to meet the evolving needs of the industry. The participants underwent rigorous training and practical experience over a period of three months for Level 3 and four months for Level 4.

Also present were Tuan Haji Mohd Asri bin Abdullah, Chief Financial Officer of Sarawak Skills who represented Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills, and Mr. Ayub bin Dahari, General Manager of SeDidik Sarawak.

For more information on the RPEL Programme at Sarawak Skills, please contact Mr. Mayliston Lennon Jacob, Workforce Development Executive (013-8245113, e-mail: mayliston@sarawakskills.edu.my). Information on various training programmes can also be obtained from Sarawak Skills’ website: sarawakskills.edu.my.

The RPEL graduates from SeDidik Sarawak.

A graduate from SeDidik Sarawak receives her RPEL certificate from Madam Nur Alina Abdullah.

Also in the photo:

First from left: Tuan Haji Mohd Asri bin Abdullah, Chief Financial Officer of Sarawak Skills.

First from right: Mr. Ayub bin Dahari, General Manager of SeDidik Sarawak.

Tuan Haji Mohd Asri bin Abdullah (left) presents a memento to Madam Nur Alina Abdullah (centre).

Sarawak Skills Inks MoU with Timorese Manpower Agency

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Sarawak Skills Inks MoU with Timorese Manpower Agency

The Sarawak Skills Group of Learning Institutions (Sarawak Skills) and the Timorese Manpower Agency have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to advance various talent development initiatives for the benefit of secondary school leavers and working adults in Timor-Leste.

Held on 13 February 2024 at the Embassy of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste in Kuala Lumpur, the signatories of the MoU were Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills and Dato Dr. Nasir Latif, CEO of the Timorese Manpower Agency. Her Excellency Joana Veneranda Amaral (Ambassador of Timor-Leste in Malaysia), Yang Berbahagia Tan Sri Datuk Amar (Dr) Haji Abdul Aziz bin Dato Haji Husain (Chairman of Sarawak Skills) and Yang Berbahagia Dato Hajjah Maznah binti Dasmi (Secretary of the Sarawak Skills Management Council) witnessed the signing of the MoU.

Commenting on this latest development, Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, who is also the Chairman of the Federation of Malaysian Skills Development Centres (FMSDC), highlighted, “The MoU paves the way for Sarawak Skills and the Timorese Manpower Agency to synergize substantial expertise and resources for the purpose of facilitating various talent development initiatives, especially in the area of providing skills training for the benefit of secondary school leavers and working adults in Timor-Leste. Indeed, the doors of opportunity are open for both parties to explore a wide range of joint activities covering the broad spectrum of workforce training, research, and programme development.” Hallman added, “Furthermore, this collaboration is in line with BIMP-EAGA’s education and social cluster.”

Signatories of the MoU: Mr. Hallman bin Sabri (third from right), Executive Director of Sarawak Skills and Dato Dr. Nasir Latif (third from left), CEO of the Timorese Manpower Agency.

Her Excellency Joana Veneranda Amaral (second from left, Ambassador of Timor-Leste in Malaysia), Yang Berbahagia Tan Sri Datuk Amar (Dr) Haji Abdul Aziz bin Dato Haji Husain (second from right, Chairman of Sarawak Skills) and Yang Berbahagia Dato Hajjah Maznah binti Dasmi (first from right, Secretary of the Sarawak Skills Management Council) witnessed the signing of the MoU.

Left: Dato Dr. Nasir Latif, CEO of the Timorese Manpower Agency and Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills.

SARA Members Upgrade Automotive Skills Through Sarawak Skills’ Short Course in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Service and Maintenance

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SARA Members Upgrade Automotive Skills Through Sarawak Skills’ Short Course in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Service and Maintenance

The Sarawak Skills Group of Learning Institutions (Sarawak Skills) and the Sibu Automobile Repairers Association (SARA) have embarked on a joint strategic initiative to upgrade the automotive skill sets of SARA’s members comprising owners and technicians from various automotive workshops and service centres in Sarawak’s central region. Recently, two batches have completed Sarawak Skills’ short course in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Service and Maintenance.

The two-day “Introduction to Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Service and Maintenance” course was conducted at the Automotive and Welding Institute of Sarawak (AWISAR) located at the Demak Laut Industrial Estate, Kuching. A total of thirty-two (32) participants from SARA (16 participants per batch) completed the course in January and February this year. AWISAR is part of the Sarawak Skills Group of Learning Institutions.

Commenting on the aforementioned course, Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills thanked SARA for taking that all-important first step to equip its members with industry-relevant skill sets, specifically in the area of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Service and Maintenance. He highlighted, “The course covers an overview of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles with a focus on working principles, technologies, and safety working procedures around electric/hybrid vehicles. There was also a session on electric/hybrid vehicle hazard management for emergency and recovery personnel. During the two-day programme, the practical sessions enabled the participants to “grow their expertise” by gaining first-hand knowledge and skills in the aforementioned areas. Indeed, this programme will boost industry-relevant knowledge and skills for those involved in this industry, including engineers, supervisors and technicians.”

With regard to related developments at the Sarawak Skills Group of Learning Institutions, Mr. Hallman who is also the Chairman of the Federation of Malaysian Skills Development Centres (FMSDC) shared, “Over the years, the various industry sectors have played a leading role in managing and determining the direction of Sarawak Skills through its representatives in the Sarawak Skills Management Council. We enjoy strong support from the industry with more than 75 members from various industry sectors such as oil and gas, plantation (oil palm), timber, manufacturing, engineering, aviation, automotive and many other priority industries.” He continued, “SARA has been a member of Sarawak Skills since 2022. In this respect, I am pleased to share that with the support of the Sarawak Government, Sarawak Skills in collaboration with SARA will be setting up the Sibu Automotive Technology Centre. I wish to take this opportunity to thank the Sarawak Government and SARA for this wonderful opportunity to develop the youths and working adults in Sarawak’s central region. Indeed, this is a shining example of all stakeholders coming together as Strategic Partners in Talent Development to support the transformation of Sarawak’s six key economic sectors (main engines of growth) in line with the Sarawak Post Covid-19 Development Strategy 2030 (PCDS 2030).”

The short course in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Service and Maintenance would also be suitable for members of the public who are interested to learn about hybrid and electric vehicles service and maintenance. For more information, please contact Ts. Jaidil bin Yakop, General Manager of AWISAR (082-496280, 019-8591370, e-mail: jaidil@sarawakskills.edu.my). Information on various corporate training programmes can also be obtained from Sarawak Skills’ website: sarawakskills.edu.my.

Group Photo (Second Batch – February 2024): Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills (seated, fifth from right) with Ts. Jaidil bin Yakop, General Manager of AWISAR (seated, fifth from left), trainers and participants.

Address by Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills

During the Closing Ceremony for the Second Batch – February 2024.

Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills (second from left) Presents the Certificate of Completion to a Participant from SARA.

One of the Hands-on/Practical Sessions.

Working Adults Earn Internationally Recognized Qualifications at Sarawak Skills Through Industry Driven-Talent Acceleration Programme (ID-TAP)

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Working Adults Earn Internationally Recognized Qualifications at Sarawak Skills Through Industry Driven-Talent Acceleration Programme (ID-TAP)

KUCHING: A total of 51 working adults have earned internationally recognized qualifications at Sarawak Skills through the Industry-Driven Talent Acceleration Programme (ID-TAP). In this respect, 26 participants have completed the Expert Craftsman Programme in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, whereas 25 participants completed the Expert Craftsman Programme in Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Technology.

The participants in the aforementioned programme are employees of the following organizations: Asteel Sdn. Bhd., the Automotive and Welding Institute of Sarawak (AWISAR), Biomedix Solutions Sdn. Bhd., Longi Malaysia Sdn. Bhd., One Medicare Sdn. Bhd., Shorefield Sdn. Bhd. and Tama Abu Engineering Sdn. Bhd.

As part of his address during the Certificate Presentation and Appreciation Ceremony on 23 January 2024 at the Sarawak Skills Auditorium, Tabuan Jaya, Kuching, Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills highlighted, “The Expert Craftsman programmes are fully funded by the Skills Development Fund Corporation (PTPK). Certificates received by the participants include an internationally recognized certificate from Handwerkskammer (HWK) Aachen Germany, and a modular certificate from the Department of Skills Development (JPK). I would also like to take this opportunity to convey my appreciation to those supportive companies for their invaluable contributions to human capital development, especially in the area of enhancing the quality of our skilled workforce in Sarawak.”

With regard to Sarawak Skills’ reputation for quality and reliability, Mr. Hallman who is also the Chairman of the Federation of Malaysian Skills Development Centres (FMSDC) shared, “As the industry develops, so will our training programmes. By making them consistent with the world of business and technology, we will make them relevant to a wider group of trainees. We must create new products and seek new potentials to add value to current products and services to keep up with the current trend(s) and support the government’s human capital development aspirations. To facilitate Sarawak Skills’ ongoing effort to develop an agile workforce, we have also put in place various initiatives to ensure that our students and trainees are equipped with all-important twenty-first-century attributes and skills. For example, to facilitate our students & trainees’ transition from the classroom to the world of work, we have initiated character-building programmes for all students, e.g. Critical Thinking, Creativity, Communication, Problem-solving and Decision-making and English language competency.”

He added, “Sarawak Skills is an Approved Training Provider for Recognition of Prior Achievement (APA) or formerly known as the Accreditation of Prior Achievement. Recognition of Prior Achievement (APA) is a method to give recognition to any individual who can demonstrate skills outlined in the National Occupational Skills Standards (NOSS) based on prior experience and achievements. The recruitment for this examination-based programme is ongoing to encourage industrial workers to get formal recognition of their professional experiences.”

Also present during the ceremony were Puan Fatihanum binti Md. Salih, Senior Assistant Manager, Skills Development Fund Corporation (PTPK), Mr. Sudirman bin Surati, Director, Department of Skills Development Sarawak (JPK Sarawak), Datuk Ir Michael Hii, Group Executive Director, Asteel Sdn. Bhd., Dr. Mazlina binti Shafi’i, Director of Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) Sarawak Region, Mr. Mohamad Isham bin Fauzi, Chief Strategy Officer (Strategic Engagement and Business Development Division), Sarawak Skills, Mr. Ngieng Sii Jing, Chief Executive Officer, Longi Malaysia Sdn. Bhd., Mr. Mohamad Norman bin Hashmi, Managing Director, Tama Abu Engineering Sdn. Bhd., Ts. Ir. Lau Yew Nen, General Manager Biomedix Solutions Sdn. Bhd., Mr. Syamsul Hizri bin Mohamed Nor, Senior Manager, Corporate Services, One Medicare Sdn. Bhd., and Mr. Timothy Harley, Deputy Head of Operations, Shorefield Sdn. Bhd.

More information on various corporate training programmes can be obtained from Sarawak Skills’ website (sarawakskills.edu.my) or contact Sarawak Skills at 082-539222.

Group Photo: Distinguished Guests with the Participants.

 

One of the recipients receives his certificate from Mr. Hallman bin Sabri.

Tremendous Support by the Industries: Mr. Hallman bin Sabri (centre) presents a plaque and certificate of appreciation to Mr. Mohamad Norman bin Hashmi, Managing Director, Tama Abu Engineering Sdn. Bhd. (right).

Sarawak Skills Empowers Tabuan Jaya Community through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Training Programmes

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Sarawak Skills Empowers Tabuan Jaya Community through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Training Programmes

KUCHING: Sarawak Skills, a leading provider of technical training, recently conducted two impactful training programmes, namely Hydroponic Basic Farming and Event Management, in collaboration with JKKK Kampung Tabuan Jaya Tengah.

A total of 41 participants comprising housewives, youths, school leavers and village committee members from 5 (five) villages in the Tabuan Jaya area participated in the training programmes.

The Hydroponic Basic Farming programme focused on imparting knowledge and practical skills in vegetable farming using hydroponic systems. The goal was to equip the local community in Tabuan Jaya with innovative and sustainable farming practices.

The Event Management training programme aimed to educate participants on crucial aspects of organizing successful events, catering to the growing interest in this field.

During the closing ceremony of the aforementioned programmes, Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Sarawak Skills Executive Director highlighted that the success of the community training programmes is in line with Sarawak Skills’ commitment to foster skills that contribute to sustainable livelihoods.

In addition to community development, Mr Hallman shared that Sarawak Skills remains steadfast in its commitment to collaborate with the community to facilitate the adoption of the latest technologies. In his respect, He stressed the importance of Industrial Revolution 4.0 awareness among the community.

“Sarawak Skills plays a pivotal role in empowering communities, not only through skill development but also by ensuring they stay abreast of cutting-edge technologies that define the contemporary landscape.” He said.

Commenting on the two training programmes, Mr. Sofhi bin Haji Jebal, Kuching District Officer, expressed his appreciation for Sarawak Skills’ initiative in organizing these programmes. He highlighted the significant benefits participants gained from the training sessions, emphasizing the importance of such initiatives in fostering knowledge and skill development within the local community.

He emphasized, “The programmes received positive responses from diverse participants, reflecting the community’s eagerness to enhance their capabilities in farming and event management.”

Also present were Mr Mohamad Isham bin Fauzi, Chief Strategy Officer for Strategic Engagement and Business Development, Sarawak Skills and Madam Diana John, Tuai Rumah, Kampung Tabuan Jaya Tengah.

Group Photo: Mr. Hallman bin Sabri (seated, fourth from left) together with Mr. Sofhi bin Haji Jebal (seated, center) and Mr. Mohamad Isham bin Fauzi (seated, third from left) with the participants.

Mr. Sofhi bin Haji Jebal presenting the certificate of completion to a participant.

Group Photo with Hydroponic Basic Farming Participants.

Inaugural Batch of Trainees Complete Sarawak Skills’ Short Course in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Service and Maintenance

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Inaugural Batch of Trainees Complete Sarawak Skills’ Short Course in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Service and Maintenance

The Sarawak Skills Group of Learning Institutions (Sarawak Skills) recently launched a short course in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Service and Maintenance with the first batch of trainees completing the course on 14 December 2023.

The two-day “Introduction to Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Service and Maintenance” course was conducted at the Automotive and Welding Institute of Sarawak (AWISAR) located at the Demak Laut Industrial Estate, Kuching. A total of fifteen (15) participants, comprising Automotive Workshop Owners, Engineers and Technicians registered for the course. AWISAR is part of the Sarawak Skills Group of Learning Institutions.

As part of his address during the closing ceremony of the aforementioned course, Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills thanked the participants for taking that all-important first step to equip themselves with industry-relevant skill sets, specifically in the area of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Service and Maintenance. He also highlighted, “The course covers an overview of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles with a focus on working principles, technologies, and safety working procedures around electric/hybrid vehicles. There was also a session on electric/hybrid vehicle hazard management for emergency and recovery personnel. During the two-day programme, the practical sessions enabled the participants to gain first-hand knowledge and skills in the aforementioned areas. Indeed, this programme will boost industry-relevant knowledge and skills for those involved in this industry, including engineers, supervisors and technicians.”

With regard to related developments at the Sarawak Skills Group of Learning Institutions, Mr. Hallman who is also the Chairman of the Federation of Malaysian Skills Development Centres (FMSDC) shared,  “In line with the Sarawak Post COVID-19 Development Strategy 2030 (PCDS 2030) and the State’s ongoing initiatives in carbon reduction emission, Sarawak Skills and i-CATS University College (i-CATS UC) will be establishing a Centre of Excellence in Hydrogen Supply Chain Technologies in 2024. To facilitate the transfer of relevant new technologies, a delegation from Sarawak Skills and i-CATS UC recently visited four (4) organizations in the People’s Republic of China. This is an important milestone for Sarawak Skills together with i-CATS UC and our strategic partners in China to contribute to the development of Sarawak and Malaysia as a whole in line with the aspirations of our state and nation. In this respect, Sarawak Skills and i-CATS UC will be sending a team of Instructors and Lecturers to the organizations in China to jointly develop hydrogen related training programmes, and embark on research and development. A group of experts from Foshan Polytechnic will be coming to Sarawak Skills Kuching to assist with the establishment of the Centre of Excellence in Hydrogen Supply Chain Technologies. This will go a long way towards ensuring the successful transfer of relevant new technologies.” He added, “Sarawak Skills will also be establishing a Certified Training Centre for Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs), Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles in Sarawak. This will support the transformation of Sarawak’s six key economic sectors (main engines of growth) in line with the Sarawak Post Covid-19 Development Strategy 2030 (PCDS 2030).”

Mr. Hallman also shared that due to numerous requests from various automotive centres and workshops, training for the second batch will be held in January 2024. This programme would also be suitable for members of the public who are interested to learn about hybrid and electric vehicles service and maintenance.

For more information, please contact Ts. Jaidil bin Yakop, General Manager of AWISAR (082-496280, 019-8591370, e-mail: jaidil@ppks.edu.my). Information on various corporate training programmes can also be obtained from Sarawak Skills’ website: sarawakskills.edu.my.

Group Photo: Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills (seated, fifth from left) with Ts. Jaidil bin Yakop, General Manager of AWISAR (seated, fourth from left), Mr. Stanley Gona Chee Khiong, Head of Corporate Communication, Sarawak Skills (seated, fifth from right), trainers and participants.

Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills (third from right) Presents the Certificate of Completion to a Participant.

Sarawak Skills and ICATS UC to Establish a Centre of Excellence in Hydrogen Supply Chain Technologies

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Sarawak Skills and ICATS UC to Establish a Centre of Excellence in Hydrogen Supply Chain Technologies

In line with the Sarawak Post COVID-19 Development Strategy 2030 (PCDS 2030) and the State’s carbon reduction emission, Sarawak Skills and ICATS UC will be establishing a Centre of Excellence in Hydrogen Supply Chain Technologies in 2024.

To facilitate the transfer of relevant new technologies, delegation from Sarawak Skills and ICATS UC recently visited four (4) organizations in the People’s Republic of China, namely Foshan Feichi Motor Technology Co. Ltd, Foshan Polytechnic, Sino-Synergy Headquarters in Foshan, and Guangdong Sageran Technology in Guangzhou. 

Commenting on the visits from 25 to 29 November 2023, Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills highlighted, “This is an important milestone for Sarawak Skills together with ICATS UC and its strategic partners in China to contribute to the development of Sarawak and Malaysia as a whole in line with the aspirations of our state and nation. In this respect, Sarawak Skills and ICATS UC will be sending a team of Instructors and Lecturers to the organizations to jointly develop hydrogen related training programmes and embark in research and development. He continued, “A group of experts from Foshan Polytechnic will be coming to Sarawak Skills Kuching to assist with the establishment of the Centre of Excellence in Hydrogen Supply Chain Technologies. This will go a long way towards ensuring the successful transfer of relevant new technologies.”

For more information on the Sarawak Skills Group of Learning Institutions, please visit the Sarawak Skills official website at sarawakskills.edu.my or social media platforms (Facebook at Sarawak Skills and Instagram as sarawakskillsofficial).

Group Photo: Visit to Foshan Polytechnic

Front Row:

Centre: Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director, Sarawak Skills.

Fourth from right: Professor Li Baiqing, Vice President, Foshan Polytechnic.

Fourth from left: Mr. Jiang Yong, General Manager, Foshan Feichi Motor Technology Co. Ltd.

Briefing on Hydrogen Energy Vehicle Training Platform at Foshan Polytechnic.

Product Briefing on Hydrogen Fuel Cell System for Commercial Vehicles at SinoSynergy Headquarters, Foshan.

Visit to Foshan Feichi Motor Technology Co. Ltd.: Hydrogen Fuel Cell Trailer Truck Refuelling Station.

Mr. Jiang Yong, General Manager, Foshan Feichi Motor Technology Co. Ltd. Presents a Memento to Mr. Hallman bin Sabri, Executive Director of Sarawak Skills.

A warm welcome to the delegation from Jabatan Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Sabah (JPSM) and Unit Perancang Ekonomi Negeri Sabah (UPEN)

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4 October 2023: A warm welcome to the delegation from Jabatan Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Sabah (JPSM) and Unit Perancang Ekonomi Negeri Sabah (UPEN).