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GENERAL INFORMATION
 

Introduction
The core function of the Skills Development Division of the Ministry of Youths and Sports is to plan and organise skills development programmes at the National Youth Skill Training Institute (IKBN) and to ensure that the implementation of the programmes are in accordance with the National Occupational Skills Standard (NOSS) and the industry standards.

Function
To provide a skills training opportunities and trained as many of youth as possible in various technical and vocational courses via institutions and non-institutions.

Objective
To train the youths and produce skilled and semi-skilled manpower as well as develop young and competitive technopreneurs.

Vision
To be the best institute in providing skill training for the youth to accomplish the country’s developmental needs.

Mission
To produce and prepare as many technically multi-skilled youths as possible, who are also disciplined, patriotic, visionary and honest to meet the manpower requirement in line with the country’s Development Policy.

Responsibilities
To provide training opportunity and train our youth in technical and vocational skills courses through various exposure in order to produce as many multi-skilled manpower as possible to fulfill the national requirement.

Client's Charter

  1. To ensure that each successful application for the skills training programs is informed within five weeks after the closing date of application.
  2. To ensure that all trainers and instructors attend the up skilling courses at least once a year.
  3. To ensure that every training module are revised in one year period from the date that approved by the accreditation bodies.
  4. To ensure that all the equipment and infrastructures fulfilled to industrial standard.
 
   
SECTORS  
   

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SECTOR

  • Planning and Standardizing Unit
    1. Plan the target, strategy and the training programmes in line with the country’s needs.
    2. Plan new courses in line with the manpower needs in the industrial sector.
    3. Plan and analyse the effectiveness of the appointment system.
    4. Plan facilities and equipment upgrade.
    5. Plan capacity upgrade and the space requirement of IKBN.
    6. Plan new approaches to increase training quality and quantity.
    7. Plan collaboration with the government and private agency in and out of the country.
    8. Accumulate and analyse data.
    9. Information System Development
    10. Synchronise reports and feedback.
    11. Evaluate and study programmes and instructor’s presentation system.
    12. Re-structure the IKBN’s organisation and find candidates for new posts in IKBN.
    13. Synchronise parliamentary answers.
  • Physical Development Unit
    1. Review the needs and propose the development of new training institute in Malaysia Fifth Year Programmes.
    2. Identify physical component for each new project under new institute development.
    3. Synchronise and manage the new institute development under Malaysia Programmes.
    4. Review IKBN upgrading proposal and needs.
    5. Review IKBN equipment upgrading proposal and identify the new equipment needs.
    6. Synchronise the technical needs for IKBN’s equipment acquisition and new facilities.
    7. Manage IKBN’s training equipment inventory and facilities.
    8. Manage the development funds distribution and budget management for IKBN’s facilities maintenance, building and equipment.

OPERATIONAL TRAINING SECTOR

  • Management Standardisation Unit
    1. Manage students’ intake and records.
    2. Prepare and update data for BPK’s and IKBN’s  officer and staff
    3. IKBN’s operational services (security safety, dining and cleanliness)
    4. Monitor the implementation of all IKBN/IKTBN/KKBN programmes (full time courses, short-terms training courses, English courses, Information and Communications Technology programmes)
    5. Manage and investigate complaints on IKBN.
    6. IKBN’s Director meeting committee.
    7. Monitor IKBN/KKBN/IKTBN’s administration and operation (management and staff welfare)
  • Instructor Development Unit
    1. Plan and supervise academic upgrading programmes and training for IKBN’s instructors – Pedagogy, Up Skilling Programmes (KBS), Up Skilling Programmes (JPA), Dual National Training Scheme, and RMK 9 training programme.
    2. Plan instructor’s accommodation according to qualification.
    3. Plan manpower upgrade  programmes to recruit more instructors for Bina Insan
  • Student Affairs Unit
    1. Supervise and manage students’ co-curriculum.
    2. Supervise student’s disciplinary action.
    3. IKBN’s Convocation Committee.
    4. Manage IKBN’s alumni.
    5. Review CITRA programmes.

COMPETENCE AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS SECTOR

  • Competency Unit
    1. Ensure the cerfication for the courses follow the SKM, ST and JKKP national training standards.
    2. Supervise training at IKBN/IKTBN/KKBN to ensure high quality.
    3. Manage the establishment of new accreditation centre.
    4. Manage matters pertaining to IKBN/IKTBN/KKBN examination.
  • Industrial Relations Unit
    1. Plan and synchronise Industrial Training Programmes for IKBN/IKTBN/KKBN students.
    2. Generate a link to implement modular courses, customised and short terms at the IKBN/IKTBN/KKBN to meet industry needs.
    3. Identify jobs opportunities in the industry.
    4. Counsel and assist on students’ accommodation after completion of industrial training.
    5. Collaborate with private agency to increase quality of  skills training
    6. Organise promotion and publicity for all training programmes.

EXTERNAL TRAINING SECTOR

  • Operational and Standardizing Unit
    1. Manage student’s affairs programmes.
    2. Plan, manage and control student’s intake and accommodation for the Training Centre Expenses Programmes, Apprenticeship Programmes, Non-formal Skill Training and One Day Employment Seminar.
    3. Prepare, synchronise and control expenses.
    4. Prepare data on Programmes Assessment Report.
    5. Manage inspection of training centre.
    6. Manage certification process.
    7. Promote and execute documentation of branches
    8. Manage the budget of branches
  • Non-formal Skill Training Unit
    1. Manage and control Non-formal Training Skill (LKTF)
    2. Manage and control One Day Employment Seminar programmes.
    3. Develop programmes module preparation.
    4. Review and assess programmes implementation
    5. M programmes budget in all states
  • Training Unit
    1. Manage and control Training Centre Expenses programme.
    2. Control and supervise the funding for programmes
    3. Survey and visit training centre.
    4. Review programmes implementation, courses and the programmes reports.
    5. Manage students’ affair.

CO-CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT SECTOR

  • Technical Curriculum Unit
    1. Plan and develop technical and vocational training skills curriculum at IKBN/IKTBN based on standard skills.
    2. Plan  and develop teaching and learning materials based on  the curriculum developed
    3. Review training implementation based on curriculum, teaching material, teaching aid and learning guide.
    4. Identify training equipment needed to suit the curriculum.
    5. Identify the requirement for courses, stage and period based on the industry requirement.
    6. Give technical advice for infrastructure development
    7. Assess and update technical and vocational training skill curriculum.
    8. Supervise the implementation of IKBN/IKTBN Skills Competition.
  • General Studies Unit
    1. Plan and develop general learning curriculum at IKBN/IKTBN.
    2. Plan and develop teaching and learning material based on the curriculum developed.
    3. Review the training implementation based on curriculum, teaching material, teaching aid and learning guide.
    4. Assess and updating general learning curriculum frequently.
    5. Help to supervise the implementation of IKBN/IKTBN Skills Competition.

MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE SECTOR

  • Management and Finance Unit

    1. Finance management and supervision budget at branch level
    2. Manage and synchronise Yearly Management Budget at branch and IKBN/IKTBN levels.
    3. Supervise and synchronise the allocation and expenses Management Budget  at IKBN/IKTBN
    4. Manage and supervise scope of services and posts held by Officers and Staff of each branch with the Human Resources Branch at the Ministry.
  • Administration
    1. Manage branch administration.
    2. Manage inventory, stock verification and the asset expiration at branch.
    3. Branch filing management.
   
 
   
NATIONAL YOUTH SKILL TRAINING INSTITUTE
   
IKBN Location | Program | List of Course  
   

Early History

In the beginning, there are 3 Youth Training Centres. These are:

  • Dusun Tua Youth Training Centre,  established in 1966 at Hulu Langat
  • Peretak Training Centre, established and launched on 29 November 1964 at Kuala Kubu Bharu
  • Terengganu State Youth Training Centre, established in 1979 at Kuala Terengganu

Introduction

The Institute Kemahiran Belia Negara (National Youth Skill Training Institute) or IKBN was built in 1966 by the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The initial objective was to solve unemployment problems among the youths. It is thought that IKBN would be the right platform to provide the right skills to ensure employment for the youths. In the 1990s, training programmes were expanded to train as many youths as possible in the technical fields in order to produce skilled workers to fulfill the national industrial needs.

Currently, there are fifteen (15) IKBNs around the country, including one Higher Skills Training Institute (IKTBN) at Sepang. The Ministry’s efforts to expand the training programmes remain one of its core agendas in line with the Government’s policy to develop the country’s Human Resources to meet the demands of the industrial sector’s growth.

IKBN’s development proves the government efforts to provide more training opportunities for the youths in various technical aspects, such as Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Automotive, Civil Engineering and Personal Grooming. The Ministry believes that the capacity building and development of skilled workers will help meet the country’s vision to become an industrialised country by the year 2020.

Objectives of IKBN

  • To provideskill training opportunities among youths in various technical and services areas.
  • To ensure the development of skilled youths in order to provide quality skilled manpower in line with the country’s industrial needs.
  • To provide more skill training opportunities collaboration with the private sector in order to expand practical training opportunities in the industries
  • To produce  youth entrepreneurs in technical fields

Training Concept

The skill training concept at IKBN uses the integrated approach where the implementation infuses a number of training skills such as Theoretical and Practical Skills Training, Entrepreneurial Skills Training, Drills and Disciplinary Training, Leadership and Constitutional Studies, Religious and Spiritual Studies, Sports, Recreations and Fitness.

Entry Requirements

  • Malaysian citizens
  • Aged between 18-30 years old during application and minimum Form 5 qualification (Priority will be given to applicant with passes in Bahasa Malaysia, Science and Mathematics at SPM/SPMV levels).
  • Single
  • Healthy with no physical disabilities
  • No criminal record and drug abuse history.
  • Has not studied at any higher learning institutions (except for applications for higher skilled courses or SLC02 Penjaga Jentera Elektrik A1 (12 months experience) courses).
  • Applicants must agree to complete all trainings and is expected to obey all rules and regulations.
  • Applicants must complete SKM 1 and SKM 2 to be able to pursue SKM 3 and/or Diploma in Technology.
  • Applicants who did not complete/expelled from other institutions are not eligible
  • Fluent in Bahasa Malaysia

Certification

Successful trainees will be awarded the Malaysian Skill Certificate (SKM) or Diploma in Technology according to the following levels:

  • SKM 1 – Level 1 (Basic certificate)
  • SKM 2 – Level 2 (Intermediate certificate)
  • SKM 3 – Level 3 (Advanced certificate)
  • SKM 4 – Level 4 (Diploma)
  • SKM 5 – Level 5 (under planning)
  • Diploma in Technology

Facilities

  • Modern and latest learning tools
  • Complete with libraries, laboratories and workshops
  • Sufficient training materials
  • Industrial visit
  • Qualified trainers.
  • Accommodation, food and drink are provided
  • Medical treatment at government hospitals and clinics
  • Sports and recreation
  • Spiritual and social activities

Training Concept

IKTBN and IKBN training concept is based on an Integrated Approach. Each training component is conducted simultaneously in the following areas:

  • Theory and Practical Skill Training
  • Marching and Discipline Training
  • Leadership Training
  • Religious and Spiritual Programmes
  • Entrepreneurial Education
  • Sport, Recreation and Fitness

Intake of Trainess

  • Twice a year ( January & July )
  • Announcement of the intake will be published in major newspaper and online (www.kbs.gov.my)

IKBN LOCATION

The various locations of the IKBNs are:-

PENISULAR MALAYSIA

  1. Institut Kemahiran Tinggi Belia Negara Sepang
  2. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara  Bukit Mertajam
  3. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Bachok
  4. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Dusun Tua
  5. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Pagoh
  6. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Chembong
  7. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Jitra
  8. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Seri Iskandar
  9. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Wakaf Tapai
  10. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Kuala Perlis
  11. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Peretak
  12. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Alor Gajah
  13. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Temerloh
  14. Kolej Kemahiran Belia Nasional Pontian (formerly was named as IKBN Pontian)

SABAH & SARAWAK

  1. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Miri
  2. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara Kinarut

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Programmes
Programmes offered are as follows:

  1. Institutional Training
    Conducted full time at all IKBNs around the country. Courses offered include Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronics, Automotives, Textile and Apparels, Hospitality, Personal Grooming Services and Information Technology. All courses conducted will be based on the Malaysia Skills Certificates and the Energy Commission’s standard.
  1. Non-Institutional Training
    Non-institutional training are shorter termed and more modular. There are flexible in terms of duration, approach and premises. These trainings are usually conducted with the collaborations of other governmental agencies and the corporate sectors. Some of the courses conducted are Short and Modular Courses in IKBN, Funding of Venues, Hospitality in Agency Scheme, One-Day Career Seminar and Non-Formal Skills Training at Youth and Sports State Complexes.

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LIST OF COURSES

The skills courses offered by IKBN are wide ranging.

IKBN Certificate

CODE

SKILL COURSE

A

Automotive

SAK 02

Automotive Maintenance

SAJ 02

Heavy Machinery Maintenance

SAP 02

Commercial Vehicle Maintenance

SAB 02

Panel  Beat

SAC 02

Spray Painting

SAM 02

Motorcycle Maintenance

 

 

SAK 23

Automotive Maintenance

SAJ 23

Heavy Machinery Maintenance

SAP 23

Commercial Vehicle Maintenance

SAB 23

Panel  Beat

SAC 23

Spray Painting

 

 

R

Marine Engineering

SRM 02

Marine Maintenance

SRM 23

Marine Maintenance

 

 

M

Mechanical

SMA 02

Mould & Cutting Tool Maker (plastic)

SMU 02

Industrial Maintenance

SML 02

Turning Machinist

SMW 02

Welding

 

 

SMU 03

Industrial Maintenance

SML 03

Turning Machinist

SMM 03

Milling Machinist

SMC 03

CNC Machinist

SMD 03

Mould Designer

SMA 03

Mould & Cutting Tool Maker (plastic)

SMP 03

Mould & Cutting Tool Maker (tool & die)

SMW 03

Welding

SMT 03

Gas & Arc Welder

SMC 12

CNC Machinist

 

 

SMU 23

Industrial Maintenance

SML 23

Turning Machinist

SMM 23

Milling Machinist

SMC 23

CNC Machinist

SMA 23

Mould & Cutting Tool Maker (plastic)

SMP 23

Mould & Cutting Tool Maker (tool & die)

 

 

S

Civil Engineering

SSB 02

Building Builder

SSF 02

Furniture and Interior Design

SSS 02

Technical Drawing

SSP 02

Pipe layer

SSL 02

Landscape Construstion

SST 02

Scaffolding - Tabular

SSR 02

Scaffolding - Prefabricted

 

 

SSB 23

Building Builder

SSF 23

Furniture and Interior Design

SST 23

Scaffolding - Tabular

SSS 23

Technical Drawing

 

 

SSK 01

Tower Crane Operation

 

 

E

Electronics

SEV 02

Audio & Video Electronics

SED 02

Industrial Electronics

 

 

SEV 23

Audio & Video Electronics

SED 23

Industrial Electronics

 

 

L

Electrical

SLW 01

Electrical Wiring (PW 2)

SLC 01

Electrical Chargeman  Elektrik A1

SLW 02

Electrical Wiring (PW 4)

SLC 02

Electrical Chargeman  A1 (Experience)

SLC 04

Electrical Chargeman  A0 (Experience)

SLD 02

Air- Conditioning ( Domestic)

 

 

SLD 03

Air- Conditioning ( Domestic)

SLK 03

Air- Conditioning ( Commercial)

 

 

H

Teknologi Makanan

SHF 02

Food Preparer

SHB 02

Food Beverages (F&B)

SHP 02

Pastry  Cook

SHR 02

Bread Preparer

 

 

SHF 23

Food Preparer

SHB 23

Food Beverages (F&B)

SHP 23

Pastry  Cook

 

 

T

Textile & Apparel

STW 02

Women’s Wear

STL 02

Men’s Wear

STB 02

Batik Painter

 

 

P

Personal Service

SPT 02

Beautifician

SPG 02

Hair Stylist

 

 

F

Photography

SFF 02

Photography

 

 

K

Information Technology

SKP 03

Multimedia Designer

IKBN Diploma

CODE

SKILL COURSE

DMU 04

Mechanical Technology (Industrial Maintenance)

DMC 04

Manufacturing Technology  (CAD/CAM)

DMT 04

Mechanical Technology (tool)

DMF 04

Mechanical Technology (Welding)

 

 

DAM 34

Automotive Engineering Technology

DMU 34

Mechanical Technology (Industrial Maintenance)

DMC 34

Manufacturing Technology  (CAD/CAM)

DMT 34

Mechanical Technology (tool)

DMF 34

Mechanical Technology (Welding)

   

* Sources from : Skill Development Division
Ministry of Youths and Sports Malaysia.

 

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