KUCHING — The federal government has accredited an RM30 million allocation for the event of the Technical and Vocational Training and Coaching (TVET) programme to the Centre Of Technical Excellence Sarawak (CENTEXS) Industrial, stated Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
He stated the fund was for a long-term collaboration between TVET and CENTEXS to enhance the experience of the workforce, particularly within the discipline of expertise and renewable vitality.
“It’s the funding price for college students from varied programs… and likewise the event of laboratories and studying services for high-tech fields.
“I additionally counsel having a course in robotics, aside from different new programs that lead in direction of high-tech communication… this can have the ability to present new alternatives and potential,” he informed a press convention after a go to to CENTEXS Santubong right here, at this time.
Ahmad Zahid, who’s the Nationwide TVET Committee chairman, stated CENTEXS, as one of many leaders in producing a extremely expert workforce, had succeeded in placing Sarawak on the forefront of the hydrogen and photo voltaic vitality trade.
Earlier in his speech, Ahmad Zahid, who can also be Rural and Regional Growth Minister, stated the allocation mirrored the federal authorities’s dedication to discover extra collaboration between the 2 establishments sooner or later.
“We have to come out of the cocoon and never assume outdoors the field however assume with out the field. So, TVET and CENTEXS should not compete however cooperate, complement and complement one another,” he added.
Additionally current had been Deputy Rural and Regional Growth Minister Datuk Rubiah Wang, Human Sources Minister V Sivakumar and CENTEXS chairman Tan Sri Mohamad Morshidi Abdul Ghani. — BERNAMA