LETTER | The problems with TVET are related to demand and supply and the interaction between the two.
Permatang Pauh MP hopes new oversight body will help ensure TVET graduates get adequate wages and industry recognition.
Proposed commission will oversee more than 1,000 institutes nationwide.
INTERVIEW | She says bullets need to be bitten when it comes to underperforming TVET centres.
This, she says, is beacuse of the matter of the nearly RM40 million allegedly abused last year.
LETTER | Education is not about the privilege of a profiteer, but the right of all M’sians to remain competitive.
Lee Lam Thye said the move will increase number of workers with occupational safety and health skills.
COMMENT | There's a serious kink if M'sia wants to look at their vocational training mode exclusively.
She says the gov't is looking at a structural reformation but must first consult the stakeholders.
MP SPEAKS | Everyone who cares about Malaysia’s future should support TVET to empower Malaysia’s young.
UPDATED 5.33PM | Putrajaya wants vocational education to be on par with other streams and not a 'second choice' for students.
HR minister also promises to upskill Indians through technical and vocational colleges.
Minimum wage for local skilled workers should be on par with those from abroad, he says.