A Collaboration Between AIMSMET Group @ ICM, UK.

AIMSMET GLOBAL under the AIMSMET GROUP collaborates with Institute of Commercial Management(ICM), United Kingdom launched the " Earn while you Learn” Industry Sponsorship Program (ISP) towards Skills Apprenticeship Scheme for a Malaysia Skilled Future. The Program was endorsed by Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Bin Ismail, MiniMini of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs(KPDNHEP). The Chairman of AIMSMET GROUP, Professor Dato’ Dr Jayles Yeoh, the CEO of Institute Commercial Management, Mr. Adair Ford and the CEO of AIMSMET Lifestyle Service, Ms Alice Hoang paid a courtesyc visit to the Minister’s office and the endorsement was sealed by the signing of plaque by the Minister and the CEO of, UK. The ultimate goal is to draw young Malaysians, regardless of their starting points, into jobs and sectors that are growing, and equipe them with the right skills and experience under the right ICM program for careers in these areas.
In recent, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad addressed that the government will press priority on technical and vocational education and training (TVET). under the Shared Prosperity Prosperity Vision efforts to increase the people’s employment through skilled competency. Dr Mahathir mentioned that TVET played an important role in improving the skills of workers and that training must be made a precedency. The Shared Prosperity Vision will encompass the 12th and 13th Malaysia Plans, spanning 10 years from 2021 to 2031. Thus, the launching of the ISP for Skills Apprenticeship Scheme with AIMSMET LIFESTYLE SERVICE as the pioneer is a timely program that is poised to champion the government’s vision in reducing reducing the unemployment rate in Malaysia and enhancing the skilled competency among the youths for a digital economy.
Since the initial introduction of the Industry Industry Sponsorship Sponsorship Program in September 2017 and the recruiting partnership partnership with ACT Hubs Sdn Sdn in 2018 AIMSMET have over 30 industries ranging ranging from Food & Beverage to Digital Economy to Client Services such as Starbucks Coffee Company, McDonald’s (Gerbang Alaf Restaurants), Marrybrown, Only World Group (OWG), Watsons and many more sponsoring more than 80 school leavers and graduates in the ICM programs. Through this movement, the skills, passion and contributions of every individual will drive each organization’s next phase of human capital development towards an advanced mastery of skills and lifelong learning.
During the meeting, on behalf of YB Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Bin Ismail, Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP), said, “In order for Malaysia to become a developed nation, the Malaysian human capital needs to be further developed with programs such as AIMSMET’s Industry Sponsorship Program. As the government, we are committed to reduce the disparities of income for those living in the rural areas. We have applied the spirit of shared prosperity in the 2020 Budget and have prioritized sectors such as TVET and skills training. While Malaysia has made great strides in human capital development since independence, we cannot afford to sit on our laurels as we still have much to do before achieving our goal of being a knowledge economy that is competitive on a global scale.”
In conjunction with the endorsement of the “Earn while you Learn” – Industry Sponsorship Program, a panel discussion was held on the topic, “A Paradigm Shift in Education & Training – Skilled Apprenticeship Model”. 0ver 200 university students, educationists and industry players were present to gain knowledge and industry insights.
According to Prof. Dato ’Dr Jayles Yeoh, Chairman of AIMSMET Group, “The aim of this Industry Sponsorship Program is to bridge the gap and speed up the pace in producing knowledge workers through the private sector. AIMSMET is ambitiously looking to revolutionize the academic thinking by introducing real life education to ensure no misfits to the relevant industries. With continuous support from the government and private sector, the ambition to make Malaysia as the global leader in providing High Quality Knowledge Worker for various industries is realized. Ultimately we hope to see positive spin off for the economy as we are able to provide skilled knowledge workers for Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) into the country.”
Among the panelists were Dato’ ’Sri Michael Kang, President of SME Malaysia, Datuk Dr Chef Wan, Celebrity Chef, Datin Winnie Loo, Founder of ‘A Cut Above’, Dr Janson Ang, Founder of The Giving Bank Organization and Mr. Adair Ford, CEO of Institute of Commercial Management, UK while Prof. Dato ’Dr Jayles Yeoh, Chairman of AIMSMET Group was the moderator.

Also present at the event was, Miss Tiffany Lim, Founder of ACT Hubs, who works closely with AIMSMET to connect with Industry Partners and to recruit school leavers for the program. Both AIMSMET & ACT presented a cheque of RM20,000 to support Yayasan Food Bank Malaysia at the event. Present to receive the cheque was Mr. Abdul Wahab Long, CEO of Food Bank Malaysia.

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