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Title: Polytechnic Curriculum & National Occupational Skills Standard Mapping Process
Other Titles: International Journal of Scientific Research & Engineering Trends
Authors: Mohd. Nasir Bin Kamaruddin
Salhana Binti Sahidin@Salehudin
Keywords: SKM
Issue Date: Aug-2022
Publisher: International Journal of Scientific Research & Engineering Trends
Abstract: Abstract- Malaysian Skills Certificate (SKM) is a certificate issued by the Skills Development Department (JPK), Ministry of Human Resources for skills programmes offered by Training Providers whether public or private. The benefits of this Skills Certification are recognised by the industry in Malaysia in providing opportunities for career paths and self-development that are comparable to career paths based on academic qualifications. Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Polytechnic took the initiative to establish an Accredited Center to enable Mechanical Engineering Diploma (MED) students and the general public to obtain additional accreditation from the Skills Development Department, Ministry of Human Resources. The most important process in the establishment of an Accredited Center is related to the curriculum. To allow students who are following programmess at polytechnics or public institutions to obtain additional certificates, namely the Malaysian Skills Certificate or the Modular Certificate, JPK requires that the existing curriculum must meet the requirements of the National Occupational Skills Standard (NOSS). The mapping process is an important factor in the success and qualification of the awarding process as a Certified Center. The Mapping Guidebook was produced to be a special reference source for polytechnics in implementing accreditation programmess under the Skills Development Department. This book will have an impact on Accredited Centers in helping to make the SKM and Modular programmes a success to produce individuals with skill qualifications recognised by the current industry
ISSN: ISSN (Online): 2395-566X
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