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USCI medical and pharmacy roadshow
Organised jointly with GES Global Education Group, the roadshows will be held at GES offices in Sibu, Kuching, Miri, Kota Kinabalu and Sandakan on July 13, 14, 15, 21 and 22, respectively. Each session runs from 1pm to 5pm.
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Welder Training Programme for Sabahan youth
The collaboration will facilitate initiatives in relation to the Welder Training Programme for Sabahan youth to jointly advance and increase the number of certified skilled welders in Sabah through training and examination.
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21st century calls for knowledgeable, skilled workforce – Jenifer
“We live in the 21st century so we have to live, practice and learn as required by this century whereby technology implementation and global economy have resulted in different challenges from those we had seen before.
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Limkokwing University churned out 10,000 graduates worldwide
More than 1,000 students from over 70 countries graduated this month at Limkokwing University’s first convocation ceremony held at Putrajaya International Convention Centre.
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UMS hosts Early Childhood Music Level II
Organised by the Borneo Heritage Unit (BOHRu), Music Programme of UMS Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Heritage (FKSW), and The Music Place, it is an extension of last year’s level 1.
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MMS Education Fair from July 17-July 23
counselling for wide range of courses and options from a host of renowned institutions across Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, UK and USA.
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Curtin Malaysia offers new Construction Management course
As communication is fundamental to construction and computer applications widely used, students will also gain critical communication and computer skills, specifically in Building Information Modelling (BIM) tools.
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Closure of Keningau, Tawau IPG campuses being negotiated
“I hope it will result in a positive outcome…(announcement) will be made in the near future, maybe next month,” he said to reporters during the ministry’s Raya open house here yesterday.
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'Children should learn cleanliness habits early'
We must cultivate the basis habit of disposing rubbish properly and refrain from littering indiscriminately not only in school but also outside school, Poon who is also Tanjong Papat Assemblyman said.
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Huge demand for skilled spa therapists
“I could earn more than RM3,000 per month and I send some of my earnings back home to support my parents who both work as farmers,” said the sixth child from 10 siblings from Kampung Nupakan, Tambunan.
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English camp for children in RDC
These so called “wonderful” technologies have become nannies to our childrens. Hence when they grow up and they can’t communicate with others, we blame the schools and others but never ourselves.
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Sabah Institute of Art to offer Masters degree
This was made possible through a collaboration with Wuhan Institute of Technology (WIT) from Hubei province, China. The programme will be conducted at SIA Karamunsing Centre, a new academic faculty at Karamunsing complex here.
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17 schools take part in PLC Teaching, Facilitating Competition
This is what the Institute of Teachers Education (IPG) Gaya Campus seek to reinforce through its 21st Century PLC (Professional Learning Community) Teaching and Facilitating (PdPc) Competition yesterday.
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Match courses to jobs, colleges urged
He said today’s job market calls for people with great thinking ability and problem solving skills among others. He reminded students that there was ‘no easy way’.
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Poly shows skill is the way to employability
“PKK recorded 94.72 per cent graduates marketability,” said PKK Director Zainab Othman, adding that the employability of its graduates explained the increase in its June 2018 intake as well as earlier batches.
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