On-The-Job Training (OJT) is one of the primary means for acquiring skills, where a skilled worker or supervisor will conduct training on another unskilled or new worker(s). In another words, the new recruit works alongside the skilled worker or supervisor. Working skills acquired through this method is the precursor for trainees to continue in upgrading their skills to attain higher accredited competency.
OJT was first introduced in realisation to provide skills, knowledge, and competencies that are needed for employees to perform a specific job within the workplace and career environment.
To encourage a skilled worker/supervisor to train and equip a new employee with relevant skills
Transfer of skills, knowledge, and competencies that are needed for employees to perform a specific job within the workplace and work environment
Trainer to Trainee ratio
Minimum 1 : 1 pax
Maximum 1 : 4 paxs
Self-learning is defined as an employee learning what they want, when they want, and how you want. The employee drives the learning process
RM50/hour/traineeExamination is the actual cost/pax (Self – Learning)
Learning material (as per receipt) (Self – Learning)
*i.e: Books/journal/online submission
Minimum duration is 4 hours
Maximum training hours is 300 hours
Can be conducted in a series of sessions, which should be at least 1 hour in duration per session
Trainer and Trainees Information
Total of Estimated Costs Apply
How To Apply?
Submission via e-TRiS under On-the-Job Training (OJT) scheme after the training commenced. Click HERE
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