KUALA LUMPUR: The MCA invites the public who require financial support to pursue Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) to join the 2016 Malaysian TVET and Higher Education Fair which will be held on May 28 and 29 in Viva Home, Kuala Lumpur.
MCA Youth Vocational Education Bureau Chairman, Lau Chin Kok said Koperasi Jayadiri Malaysia Bhd (Kojadi) will be offering study loans up to RM25,000 in addition to consultation services in view of the limited number of study loans available and complicated application procedures involved.
“Students pursuing skills Certificate/Diploma (SKM) courses are eligible for loan up to RM15,000 while higher courses of C&G Diploma/Advance Diploma BTEC/CIDESCO/CTFM/UFTAA/IATA/(L4 and L5) may require loan of up to RM25,000,” he said.
The 2016 TVET and Higher Education Fair is jointly organized by MCA Youth, the Federation of JPK Accredited Centres (FeMAC) and CITIWORLD and aims to provide alternative career paths for non-academically-inclined youths.
The fair will be held from 12pm to 8pm, showcasing 100 booths, including by colleges from China and Taiwan and students will be able to obtain career guidance from a range of exhibitors including Department of Skills Development (JPK), Skills Development Fund Corporation (PTPK) and Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF).