Penjana KPT-CAP helps graduates attune to new job demands



a group of people walking on a sidewalk: PENJANA KPT-CAP, to begin in October, will be conducted by academics, practitioners and industry players at selected higher education institutions nationwide. - NSTP/File pic


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PENJANA KPT-CAP, to begin in October, will be conducted by academics, practitioners and industry players at selected higher education institutions nationwide. – NSTP/File pic

KUALA LUMPUR: The government has allocated RM100 million for the Career Advancement Programme (CAP) known as PENJANA KPT-CAP to help graduates attune themselves to the new demands in the job market due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Higher Education Minister Datuk Dr Noraini Ahmad said the programme, which aims to reskill and upskill the participating graduates, consisted of three sub-programmes, namely the Place and Train, Entrepreneurship, and Gig Economy.

“Place and Train is a programme that provides competency training by industry players to participants of the PENJANA KPT-CAP.

“Upon completion of the training, some participants will stand a chance of securing a job placement in the participating industries,” she said in a statement today.

She said the Entrepreneurship programme offer insights

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