HRD Corp is responsible for driving Malaysia’s talent development aspirations through the collection of levy from employers and the funding of training and development programmes for the Malaysian workforce. In recent years they have evolved their mission to also include driving employment and industrial training placements, career coaching and counselling and developing income generating opportunities for Malaysians from a diverse range of skillsets, backgrounds and capabilities.

Skim Bantuan Latihan Khas (SBL-KHAS)

SBL-Khas is a dedicated programme designed to assist employers in retraining and upskilling their employees in line with their operational and business requirements:

Funding for in-house or public training for a minimum duration of seven (7) hours

Meal Allowance

Daily Allowance

Consumable Training Materials

Hotel Rent Package OR Training Rental Place

Airfare Ticket OR Transportation

Perkeso was founded to provide social security protection to all Insured Persons and their dependants through social security schemes based on the concept of a caring society in line with the National Development Policy and Vision 2020

Apprenticeship Programme

The Apprenticeship Programme is a programme under the Ministry of Human Resources (through SOCSO) that provides a short-term, but full-time working experience for youths for a period of 3 months:

Employment for a minimum period of 3 months

Monthly Salary of a minimum of RM1,200

One-off mobility assistance payment of RM500 to RM1,000

Penjana Kerjaya 2.0

Penjana Kerjaya 2.0 under the 2021 Budget is an enhanced version of the previous Hiring Incentive Programme with better rate of incentives to promo9te the creation of quality jobs and reduce unemployment among locals:

Employment for a minimum of 6 months

Training Course subsidization up to RM7,000

Monthly Salary of a minimum of RM1,500

One-off mobility assistance payment of RM500 to RM1,000

 MyFutureJobs was established to extend the scope of hiring incentives under PenjanaKerjaya 2.0 to retrenched workers and vulnerable unemployed individuals who engage in short-term employment opportunities until they are able to obtain full-time employment.

Kerjaya Gig

An extension of the Hiring Incentives & Training Programme from Penjana Kerjaya 2.0 to targeted individuals taking up short term employment opportunities before obtaining a full time employment.

Incentives worth RM 600 per individual as long as they are engaged in self-employment/gig for up to 6 months

MDEC was established in 1996 as the lead agency to implement the MSC Malaysia initiative. Today, we are an agency under the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia (KKMM) with a close to 25-year track-record of successfully leading the ICT and digital economy growth in Malaysia. Malaysia’s central geographical location in ASEAN, its young & digitally-savvy population, multicultural & multilingual tapestry, easy access to capital & regional markets, ease of doing business, certainty of business operating environment and legal system, comparative value and high standard of living, makes it the natural choice to land and grow your digital business here.

Work & Learn

Remain relevant and competitive in the workforce through upskilling in digital tech short-courses:

Funding up to RM4,000/pax for eligible courses

Digital Business Services (Employers)

The DBS program seeks to address unemployment by tapping into the fast-growing DBS sectors, inevitably positioning Malaysia as a competitive location for digital investments. The incentives include:

40% of monthly salary for 6 months (minimum salary: RM2,000)

Up to RM5,000/pax training subsidy for In-house trainings

Incentives are reimbursed to the employer

Digital Tech Apprenticeship (Employers)

The DTA program offers a chance for the unemployed talents to upskill themselves and to be eligible for in-demand tech jobs in areas such as data science, software development and cybersecurity. The incentives include:

RM1,200/month salary for 6 months

Up to RM8,000/pax training subsidy for eligible courses

HRD Corp is responsible for driving Malaysia’s talent development aspirations through the collection of levy from employers and the funding of training and development programmes for the Malaysian workforce. In recent years they have evolved their mission to also include driving employment and industrial training placements, career coaching and counselling and developing income generating opportunities for Malaysians from a diverse range of skillsets, backgrounds and capabilities.

Skim Bantuan Latihan Khas (SBL-KHAS)

SBL-Khas is a dedicated programme designed to assist employers in retraining and upskilling their employees in line with their operational and business requirements:

Funding for in-house or public training for a minimum duration of seven (7) hours

Meal Allowance

Daily Allowance

Consumable Training Materials

Hotel Rent Package OR Training Rental Place

Airfare Ticket OR Transportation

Perkeso was founded to provide social security protection to all Insured Persons and their dependants through social security schemes based on the concept of a caring society in line with the National Development Policy and Vision 2020

Apprenticeship Programme

The Apprenticeship Programme is a programme under the Ministry of Human Resources (through SOCSO) that provides a short-term, but full-time working experience for youths for a period of 3 months:

Employment for a minimum period of 3 months

Monthly Salary of a minimum of RM1,200

One-off mobility assistance payment of RM500 to RM1,000

Penjana Kerjaya 2.0

Penjana Kerjaya 2.0 under the 2021 Budget is an enhanced version of the previous Hiring Incentive Programme with better rate of incentives to promo9te the creation of quality jobs and reduce unemployment among locals:

Employment for a minimum of 6 months

Training Course subsidization up to RM7,000

Monthly Salary of a minimum of RM1,500

One-off mobility assistance payment of RM500 to RM1,000

 MyFutureJobs was established to extend the scope of hiring incentives under PenjanaKerjaya 2.0 to retrenched workers and vulnerable unemployed individuals who engage in short-term employment opportunities until they are able to obtain full-time employment.

Kerjaya Gig

An extension of the Hiring Incentives & Training Programme from Penjana Kerjaya 2.0 to targeted individuals taking up short term employment opportunities before obtaining a full time employment.

Incentives worth RM 600 per individual as long as they are engaged in self-employment/gig for up to 6 months

MDEC was established in 1996 as the lead agency to implement the MSC Malaysia initiative. Today, we are an agency under the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia (KKMM) with a close to 25-year track-record of successfully leading the ICT and digital economy growth in Malaysia. Malaysia’s central geographical location in ASEAN, its young & digitally-savvy population, multicultural & multilingual tapestry, easy access to capital & regional markets, ease of doing business, certainty of business operating environment and legal system, comparative value and high standard of living, makes it the natural choice to land and grow your digital business here.

Work & Learn

Remain relevant and competitive in the workforce through upskilling in digital tech short-courses:

Funding up to RM4,000/pax for eligible courses

Digital Business Services (Employers)

The DBS program seeks to address unemployment by tapping into the fast-growing DBS sectors, inevitably positioning Malaysia as a competitive location for digital investments. The incentives include:

40% of monthly salary for 6 months (minimum salary: RM2,000)

Up to RM5,000/pax training subsidy for In-house trainings

Incentives are reimbursed to the employer

Digital Tech Apprenticeship (Employers)

The DTA program offers a chance for the unemployed talents to upskill themselves and to be eligible for in-demand tech jobs in areas such as data science, software development and cybersecurity. The incentives include:

RM1,200/month salary for 6 months

Up to RM8,000/pax training subsidy for eligible courses