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Malaysian Skills Certification
(SKM)

Malaysian Skills Certification is one of the main functions of the DSD. This certification offers five (5) levels of authentication:

  • Malaysian Skills Certificate (SKM) Level 1
  • Malaysian Skills Certificate (SKM) Level 2
  • Malaysian Skills Certificate (SKM) Level 3
  • Diploma in Skills Malaysia (DKM) Level 4
  • Advanced Diploma Skills Malaysia (DLKM) Level 5

The Malaysian Skills Certification is accomplishable by three (3) methods:

1. Through Training in a Recognised Institution
Enrolling in fields that provide specific skills that is recognised by the Skills Training programmes at accredited DSD centres.

2. Through Industry-Oriented Training (SLDN)
Through apprenticeship with the National DualTraining System (SLDN) conducted by industry and skills training institutes.

3. Through Accreditation of Prior Achievement (PPT)
This method allows a candidate to qualify for the Malaysian Skills Certificate based on his work experience or training without having to sit for any examination. The candidate however is to produce evidence to show his credentials which would then be verified by an external evaluating officer appointed by the DSD.

Malaysian Skills Certification Benefits

  • The Skills Certification Programme is recognised by industry in Malaysia
  • Malaysian Skills Certification Programme provides a career path and personal growth for participants and is comparable to a career choice based on academic qualifications.
  • Malaysian Skills Certification Programme is able to produce skilled workers who are trained and qualified to intensify competition of local industries in the global market.

Qualifying Requirements for Malaysian Skills Certification

The minimum requirements set by the Malaysian Skills Certification Accreditation Board through a recognized training institution is:
  • All candidates must be able to speak and write in both Bahasa Melayu and English.
  • All candidates must pass a lower SKM level before signing up for a higher SKM level of the same course.
∗ However, the Accreditation Centre may prescribe other conditions to its trainees)

Malaysian Skills Certification Accreditation Centre

Accreditation centre refers to a skills training provider that has been approved by the NCC to operate and offer skills training for Malaysian Skills Certification in fields of specific skills based on the National Occupational Skills Standards (NOSS). There are five categories of Accreditation Centres, namely: -
  • Certified Public Centre (K)
  • Private Accredited Centre (L)
  • Certified Industry Centre (I)
  • Accredited Association Centres (P)
  • Accredited Non Destructive Testing (NDT)

∗ Source from Laman Web Rasmi Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran