What is HRDF Contribution?
One of top Frequent Asked Questions is what is HRDF Contribution (or Levy) the mandatory payment imposed by the Government of Malaysin on specified groups of employers for the purpose of employee training and skills upgrading. Under HRDF or Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad’s (PSMB) Acts, certain categories of employers are liable to pay a Human Resource Development levy for each working employee at the rate of 1.0% of the monthly wages of the employee.
Who is eligible to apply for HRDF Training Grant?
Employers registered and/or incorporated in Malaysia who have registered with PSMB and pay the HRD levy immediately upon registration are eligible to apply for training grants (financial assistance) to defray all or a major portion of the “allowable costs” of training attended by their employees. Training must be in the area of direct benefit to their business operations.
Financial assistance is, therefore, not given to individuals who enrol and finance their own training programmes, whether partially or fully, and subsequently request for reimbursement from their employers. Neither is financial assistance given to employers who bear the cost of training after the successful completion of training by their employees.
To be eligible for training grants under the HRDF, trainees must be employees who are MALAYSIAN CITIZENS
How Can Companies Claim Free Trainings offered by NYC?
NYC Leadership and Development offers a full FREE Trainings for HRDF Malaysia contributing companies. At present we offer Truly Care and MEOW as Free Trainings. Simple ask your HR Department authorized personnel to email us.
Why Employees Need Training?
Training sharpens the faculties and enhances skills of employees from all professions. The performance of the organizations improves with the performance of the individual employee and this leads to an improvement in the overall performance of the organization. Do read Employee Training in Soft Skills and Its Importance.
What types of training NYC Leadership & Development can offer?
We at NYC Leadership and Development can offer following types of trainings:
- Induction or Orientation Training
- Job Training
- Safety Training
- Promotional Training
- Refresher Training
- Remedial Training
- Internship Training
We have all the necessary skills and expertise to conduct :
- Instructor-led training
- Simulation employee training
- Hands-on training
- Coaching or mentoring
- Group discussion and activities
- Management-specific activities
- Case studies or other required reading
How does NYC Trainings Benefits our Company?
- It is FREE! 100% HRDF claimable
- All our program are Certified by International bodies
- We have short programs and Diploma programs for both busy junior and senior level employees. So that your employee can enjoy quality education with being away from the office too long
- Your organization becomes one of the few employers who focus on employee future education. Your employees will know you care for them and will great better loyalty to the company.
- By sending your staff for long term diploma programs your productivity increases and attrition decreases
- An opportunity to BOND your good employees for minimum 2 or more years after completion of their diploma programs
- Our Program are Internationally Certified and exams and trainings can be conducted at your premises with no down time to their jobs
- Our internationally recognized diplomas examination is based 100% on Course work and assignments as well as online test examinations.
- Our trainers are all certified with International bodies in preparing your employees to a paper qualification
- Unlike others Trainings providers we do not issue any local certificates
What is the difference between soft skills and hard skills?
Modern HR Professionals have divided the skill sets into Hard Skills and Soft Skills, broadly on these lines:
Hard Skills are your Academic and Technical Qualifications which can be mostly gained from Colleges and Institutions. Your University Degrees and Diplomas awarded by various Academies fall in this category. Today almost everyone has these Hard Skills. So this does not make much of a difference in the Employment Market.
Soft Skills, on the other hand, can be defined as all the positive qualities of one’s personality. They can be enumerated in a list running into more than fifty different Soft Skills. While it may not be immediately possible to develop all these fifty different Soft Skills, it is imperative that one develops at least 5 to 8 important Soft Skills, like Effective Communication Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Quick Learning Techniques, Analytical Ability, Time Management Skills, etc. just to name a few, to equip oneself to face the Interview Panel quite confidently.
Remember, in today’s tough competition in the Employment Market, it is the Soft Skills which are going to add a winning element to one’s skill sets.