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									        Our job is to make

      a Knowledge Worker
        in your life time!

Subsidized by            Project Owner
• MSC Malaysia via its K-Workers Development Initiatives
  (KDI) is driving the provision of last mile skills training to
  potential knowledge workers (K-workers) for the ICT
  industry. Trainings are currently done through partnership
  with Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC).

• MSC Malaysia USP, a KDI programme, provides fresh
  graduates and available k-workers the necessary training
  to fill immediate vacancies in MSC, Malaysia Status

• Introduction
  Undergraduate Skills Programme is designed specifically
  for any Knowledge worker who wants to improve or
  expand their current ICT skills and knowledge. This
  program seeks to help knowledge workers with the
  support and access to courses and trainings to stay
  aligned with the current needs of the ICT industry.
 Undergraduate Skills Programme
• The Undergraduate Skills Programme (USP) is
  specifically designed for Undergraduates who wish to
  enhance their skills in programming, database, operating
  systems, networking and much more.

• These technical and soft skill courses are inline with
  today's ICT industry needs and will increase the
  marketability of Malaysian Undergraduates.

• MSC Malaysia status companies will also get an
  opportunity to interview the undergraduates during the
  course duration.
                    Fast Facts
• Target Undergraduate:
  Minimum requirement – Diploma & Degree final year
  onwards (final paper completed by December 2011)

• Objective:
  It's objective is to assist soon-to-be graduates to gain
  relevant industry skill sets and encourage employability.

• Key Benefits:
  USP provides free training to assists soon-to-be graduates
  to gain relevant industry skill sets, during the industrial
  attachment period. This will enhance the talent pool for
  MSC Malaysia while improving their employability upon
  graduation and reduce unemployment.

   The latest modules will be divided into 2 section for
   maximum learning's. The first 15 days will focus on IT
   training whereas the balance 5 days will empower
   participants to be well rounded in critical soft skills for
   Opportunities for you after this
• Undergraduates can:
   – Enhance employability in today's competitive job
     market by having additional industry relevant training.
   – Be exposed to relevant development tools and
     techniques used by practitioners within the ICT
   – Have the opportunity to acquire industry relevant
     technical certification.

• ICT Industry can:
   – Have a supply of fresh graduates with industry
     relevant and current ICT skills.

• Have the opportunity to employ directly from
  university level.
                  How to Apply ?
Its easy

•   Fill in the student data registration form 2011 and USP
    registration form supply by Mdec.

•   Then each student must attach relevant copy of
•   a. My KAD
•   b. Copy of CGPA slip
•   c. USP Individual Registration form signed by the students (
    template as attached)

•   Make sure you mail full list of 25 final student names and scan
    copy of individual students documents by 20th march 2010.

•   Please wait for approval notification from Mdec. It will take 7
    working days.

•   We will contact successful applicants with full training details.
          Who can participate?

• All Malaysian final year undergraduates

• Strictly with a minimum CGPA of 2.50. No pre
  qualification test.

• Passed the pre-assessment evaluation by KDI

• Have not participated in any Mdec USP course before.

• Final exam completed by 31st December 2011
             PHP6 Developer

Duration : 20 days (15 days IT & 5 days Soft Skills)
Class size : 25 pax
A selection of 3 Industry driven course
          to choose from

 1. Personal Home Page 6 Develop

2. Unix / Linux System Administration

3. Extensible Markup Language (XML)
Personal Home Page 6 Developer
        Course Objective
 This course is designed to give participants the in depth
 knowledge on designing and developing PHP based web
 applications and web portals utilising MySQL database
 Significant feature upgrades in PHP 6 such as security
 and performance implementations would be reviewed.
Personal Home Page 6 Developer
       Learning Outcome

• On completion of the course, participants will have a good
  practical knowledge of how to write successful HTML/PHP
  code utilising a MySQL database. The participant will
  learn to:
• Install, configure, and test Apache Web Server, PHP, and
• Manipulate data and database objects with SQL
• Connect to a MySQL database with error checking
• Use PHP to interact with a MySQL database
• Utilise PHP with HTML
• Control and manage PHP sessions
• Manipulate files and directory structures
• Object-Oriented programming with PHP
• Migrate existing PHP codes and implement news features
  in PHP 6
    Unix / Linux System Administration

Duration : 20 days (15 days IT & 5 days Soft Skills)
Class size : 25 pax
Unix/Linux System Administration
         Course Objective

• This course is intended for students interested in gaining a
  greater understanding of Linux and for those responsible
  for providing basic installation, operation and
  troubleshooting services on Linux workstations and

• A general understanding of Linux administration skills is
   helpful but not necessary for course attendance.
Unix/Linux System Administration
        Learning Outcome
• Students will learn about the core elements of the Linux
  operating system, including installation, package
  management, X Windows and application management,
  together with core Internet-related technologies such as e-
  mail, security, DNS, Apache and Squid.

• Students will learn about the core elements of the Linux
  operating system, including documentation, administration
  utilities, network configuration, printing, recovery planning
  and DFS, together with core Internet-related technologies
   such as e-mail, security, DNS, Apache and Squid
    Extensible Markup Language (XML)

Duration : 20 days (15 days IT & 5 days Soft Skills)
Class size : 25 pax
                Course Objective
• This instructor-led course provides students with the skills
  to build a Web application of moderate complexity. Such
  an application connects to and retrieves data from a data
  source, processes Extensible Markup Language (XML)
  data before sending it to the client, and saves updates
  from the client back to the database.

• The goal of this course is to teach developers techniques
  for exchanging and transforming data by using the
  Extensible Markup Language (XML) and Extensible
  Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT). The
  course describes best practices for XML and XSLT and
  gives compelling examples of the best ways to solve real-
  world problems.
                  Learning Outcome
     After completing this course, students will be able to:
•   List the uses and benefits of XML in a Web site
•   Create well-formed and valid XML documents
•   Create a schema
•   Use XSL to display XML data in a Web browser
•   Use XSL to transform XML data into a different XML format
•   Display dynamic XML data in a Web browser by using data binding and
    the Document Object Model
•   Use ASP and ADO to read data from a data source and store it as XML
•   Add, delete, update data from the client using XML and save to a
    database on the server
•   Post XML data to a Web Service using SOAP and retrieve a response
•   Define XML Path Language (XPath) expressions to locate and filter the
    content of an XML document
•   Define XSLT style sheets to transform XML documents at the Web
    browser and Web server
•   Create and change XML structure by using XSLT
•   Use XSLT to merge different XML documents and generate cross-
    references between them
•   Create a Visual Basic application that uses the Simple API for XML
    (SAX) to access large XML documents.
Empower for Success
Get the job you want !
           Soft Skills Day 1
    Interpersonal Communication

•   What is Interpersonal Skills – an overview
    –   Soft skills, people skills, communication skills

•   Participants will be guided to define what interpersonal skills encompasses,
    highlighting the What and How aspects of communication.

•   Objective and scope of Interpersonal Skills

•   Elements of Interpersonal Skills
    –   Participants will learn and understand the 6 elements of Interpersonal Skills:
    –   The Communicators
    –   The message
    –   The Noise Factor
    –   The Feedback
    –   The Context
    –   The Channel

•   Enhancing Interpersonal Skills

•   Know your personal Interpersonal Skills – a self-assessment

•   What you do with what you know – a personal Action Plan
                      Soft Skills Day 2
                      Problem Solving
•   Introduction
    –   The problem-solving/decision-making cycle
    –   Your decision-making style
    –   Defining the Problem

        •    Staying in context – aligning with your mission and goals
        •    Desired outcome(s)
        •    Data gathering – facts first
        •    Identifying options

    –   Evaluation Tools and Techniques
        •    Charts, maps, and diagrams

    –   Pareto analysis

    –   Ishikawa/fishbone analysis

        •    SWOT

    –   Communication Skills in Decision Making
        •    Focusing on the 5 Basic Principles
        •    Nothing personal

    –   Avoiding common mistakes
          Soft Skills Day 3
Project Planning & Presentation Skills
•   Presentation Planning & Design
•   How to organize and sequence content in a logical, brain-friendly fashion
•   3 Key Presentation Strategies
•   How to “chunk” information to increase retention
•   “Signal phrases” and how to use them
•   How to revisit content in multiple ways and why it’s so important
•   Presentation Skills—Voice & Body Language
•   Assessing & strengthening your voice

•   Using your voice for maximum impact
•   Creating “stage presence:”
•   Ensuring that your body language is congruent with your message
•   Avoiding annoying gestures that detract from your message
•   Learning to move with purpose
•   Listening Skills
•   2 common myths
•   3 levels of listening

•   Tips to becoming a better listener
•   How To Field Questions
•   Avoid 3 common mistakes when responding to questions
•   When should you re-direct questions?
•   5 Tips on fielding questions
•   How to ensure equal “air-time” for everyone in the room
•   Deadly Mistakes Every Presenter Should Avoid
•   Understanding what creates a negative climate and alienates the group
         Soft Skills Day 4
Personal Grooming & Social Etiquette
•   Choosing What Is Appropriate – Coal or Gold?
•   Looks at the organization’s basic dress standards for employees;
•   Business “Casual”, NOT “Care-less” -
•   This portion of the training teaches participants both the pluses and
    minuses of casual appearance in the workplace.
•   Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall: What Others Will See
•   In this segment, participants will receive information to help them
    assess their shapes, sizes, and physical features for the purpose of
    selecting clothing and accessories that are not only professional but
    also becoming.
•    Deal-Breaking Grooming Goofs
•   Participants will learn how to be aware of details that destroy an
    otherwise professional image, from keeping hands and nails in perfect
    shape to maintaining hair styles that are flattering.
•   Accessorise like a pro
•   In this portion of the program, participants will discover the small image
    busters that will keep them from having a professional presence and
    will know how to pick accessories that will last and still be in style years
    after they are purchased.
•   Picture Perfect - Putting the Finishing Touches on a Professional Image
•   This segment teaches participants how body language, voice, and
    specific habits can enhance or detract from their overall professional
            Soft Skills Day 5
          Lasting Impression
Impactful Resume & Interviewing Skills
•   What are interviews
•   Looks at different types of interviews and reasons for interviews
•   When interviews are held
•   Being prepared, at all times
•   Do your R & D
•   The need for R & D
•   The 3 As of interviews
•   Attire
•   Appearance
•   Attitude
•   1st impressions that lasts
•   Walk the walk
•   Where should I put my hand
•   The hand-shake
•   Look into my eyes
                MSC company
              Direct engagement
• An industry talk (2 hours) from MSC Malaysia company
  representative will be conducted during the training.

•    The talk will include the employment availability on the
    skill set trained to the trainees.

• The speaker will indicate type of jobs available for
  trainees to apply once they graduated. For example, if the
  training provider is conducting a course on UNIX/LINUX,
  the speaker will indicate the type of job that require
  UNIX/LINUX skills .

• The session will be conducted within the 20 days training
  based on the availability of the speaker
 Grab this chance to be a
Knowledge Worker for life !

        As class allocation is limited
        please pre book your USP
        course preference immediately.

        State your choice & training
        date before 25th Feb 2011.
                                Thank You

                      Campus Consultants

Contact : Tel: 03 62731188 Hp: 016 9683233 E-mail: lantzyap@gmail.com

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