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					                                      FMM Institute
                                      Centre for Professional Development




SMIDEC SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES (2009)



FMM Institute


        FMM Institute was incorporated as a separate company of the Federation of Malaysian
Manufacturers (FMM) on January 12, 1999. This effort was specifically to expand and focus on its
training functions, in line with one of the primary objectives of FMM to develop the potentials and
enhance the skills of personnel at every level in the industry. This will create a pool of manpower
trained in all aspects of management capabilities and industrial skills that will contribute to meeting
the needs of Malaysia as it progresses to industrialised nation status.

        FMM Institute offers a wide range of functional corporate training programmes to cater to
the diverse needs of the manufacturing and services sectors. In addition, continuing professional
education provides the opportunity for the working personnel to gain the necessary qualifications
to upgrade themselves both professionally as well as for self-development. This opportunity is
made possible through FMM Institute’s Certificate and Diploma programmes in selected areas of
industrial and management skills.

       FMM Institute’s programmes can also be specially customised to meet the training needs
of specific industries and be conducted on in-house basis. Programme outlines and objectives are
discussed with the companies and facilitators will be selected to develop the programmes
accordingly. All in-house programmes are packaged to be cost effective for companies with no
compromise on the quality of the programmes and the desired results.

         FMM Institute, Head Office obtained its Institution of Private Higher Education (IPTS)
status from the Ministry of Higher Education on July 19, 2001 and currently offers four Diplomas:
Manufacturing Management, Logistics Management, Human Resource and Industrial Relations
and Business Management. Articulation agreements are continuously arranged between the
Institute and selected local and foreign Universities for progression into Degree level programmes.

      The Head Office is housed in Wisma FMM located at Bandar Sri Damansara, Kuala
Lumpur. It has a large seminar room that accommodates 250 participants, 10 modern training
rooms with a total seating capacity of 250 participants and one IT laboratory that can
accommodate a total of 20 participants. FMM Institute has a total of seven Branches and three
Representative Offices nation-wide.
Eligibility to SMIDEC’s Skills Development Programmes

   Manufacturing sector (including agricultural-based industries) and manufacturing-related
   services - annual sales value is not more than RM25 million or with less than 150 full-time
   employees.

   Services sector (including ICT) - annual sales value is not more than RM5 million or with
   less than 50 full-time employees.

   SMIs must be registered under the Companies Act 1965 (Private Limited companies) or
   under the Registration of Business Act 1956 (Enterprise companies) with majority
   Malaysian shareholders (minimum 60%).


Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF) Training Schemes

   Companies who contribute to the Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF) of
   Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB) can also apply for training grants under
   the various schemes available under the HRDF. The schemes are as follows:

   SBL Scheme
   Companies can claim for reimbursement from HRDF upon completion of programme.
   However, approval from PSMB is required prior to commencement of programme
   by completing Form PSMB/SBL/1/01.

   PROLUS Scheme
   Companies can claim for reimbursement without the need to apply for prior approval.
   It is only for training programmes with Approved Training Programme (ATP) status.

   PERLA Scheme
   FMM Institute will claim directly from the company’s account with HRDF. No prior
   approval is needed under this scheme. However, the company must submit Form
   PSMB/PER/T2/06 to FMM Institute before the commencement of programme. It is
   only applicable for training programmes with Approved Training Programme (ATP)
   status.


SMIDEC Skills Development Programmes                              In-House Training Available


1. INCOTERMS and Its Interpretation in International Trade and Shipping
   Documentation

This programme enables participants to understand the international trade terms, import and
export procedures and documentation from a practical point. Participants will be able to
determine the trade terms, which offer the greatest cost savings, avoid shipping errors,
accurately describing the materials to be shipped and update on the relevant Government
Controlling Regulatory Trade Requirements.

Who Should Attend
Those who are involved in Import/Export/Shipping Operation; Freight Forwarding;
Purchasing and Supply Chain Activities; Transporting; Bill Processing; Trade
Documentation; Manufacturing; Sales Administration; Marine Insurance; Finance and
Administration.
 Date: Feb 10-11, May 4-5, Sep 14-15, 2009    In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days             Scheme: SBL       Facilitator: Dr Pathepen
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


2.     Effective Purchasing Management

In order for companies to focus on the changing role of the purchasing function in the
twenty-first century, the fundamental areas of practical management techniques and skills in
purchasing have to be examined. This programme will assist the purchasing personnel to
improve their operations in meeting corporate objectives and goals.

Who Should Attend
Purchasing and Materials Managers, Executives and Officers who need to gain vital
knowledge and experience in managing the Purchasing Organisation.

 Date: Feb 16-17, Jun 15-16, Oct 12-13           In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days         Scheme: PERLA/PROLUS      Facilitator: Ahmad Saffian
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


3.     Operasi Stor dan Gudang

There is no doubt that efficient store and warehouse operations provide the core for
successful business operation. The lack of inventory and stores management would also
affect the smoothness of your business. Conducted in Bahasa Malaysia, this programme
explores the operational functions and principles of stores and warehouses by examining its
procedures and current practices.

Who Should Attend
All personnel from the store and warehouse management functions who have difficulties in
comprehending the contents of a similar programme conducted in the English Language.
Officers, Supervisors and staff involved in stores, purchasing, warehouse and even freight
activities will also find this programme to be useful and beneficial.

 Date: Apr 6-7, Aug 10-11, Dec 9-10, 2009      In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days        Scheme: PERLA/PROLUS      Facilitator: Ahmad Saffian
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


4.     Inventory and Stores Management

Stock control procedures and system as well as the stocktaking and stock evaluation
functions will indefinitely affect the economy of an organisation. This programme highlights
the importance of efficient and effective management of inventory and stores.

Who Should Attend
Inventory Controllers, Store Managers and Officers who are interested to acquire knowledge
and skills in controlling the store activities and operations.

 Date: Jan 12-13, May 6-7, 2009                In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days          Scheme: PERLA/PROLUS     Facilitator: Ahmad Saffian
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL
5.     Materials Planning and Control

Businesses today must have a good understanding of the value structure and strategy of
materials management in order to be competitive. Holding costs for raw materials account
for the largest component of working capital in most organisations. Thus, new and effective
techniques need to be adopted in order for the inventory to move efficiently and for
purchasing costs to be reduced.

Who Should Attend
Purchasing Executives, Materials Planners, Purchasers, Logistics Managers, Inventory
Controllers and all those whose jobs require them to plan and organise materials to meet
their organisations’ objectives.

 Date: Mar 4-5, Jul 22-23, 2009                  In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days           Scheme: PERLA/PROLUS    Facilitator: Ahmad Saffian
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


6.     Strategic Procurement, Negotiation Skills and Cost Reduction Techniques

Purchasing plays an important role in the profitability and success of every business. The
way the Purchasing function is managed and run will greatly influence the company’s bottom
line. This programme aims to provide Purchasing personnel with the knowledge to be
efficient, effective and ultimately to purchase materials and services at the best prices without
sacrificing quality and service.

Who Should Attend
Purchasing Managers, Purchasing Executives and Purchasing Officers.

 Dates: Apr 29-30, Aug 26-27, Nov 9-10, 2009   In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days             Scheme: SBL         Facilitator: Dr Pathepen
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


7.     Effective Logistics Management

Over the last two decades, the discipline of business logistics has advanced from warehouse
and transportation management to the boardroom of enterprise. Business logistics in today’s
competitive environment includes all activities to move product and information to, from and
amongst members. The supply chain provides the framework for businesses and their
suppliers who join in to bring goods, services and information efficiently to the ultimate
consumer.

Who Should Attend
Logistics/Inventory/Distribution/Warehouse/Materials/Shipping/Traffic Managers/Executives/
Supervisors.

 Date: Mar 30-31, Jul 29-30, Oct 28-29, 2009   In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days              Scheme: SBL       Facilitator: Dr Pathepen
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL
8.     Production Planning and Control

In today’s competitive global and business environment, it is essential to have a thorough
knowledge and understanding of production planning and scheduling so as to reduce the
overall manufacturing costs and thus improve productivity. Production planning and
scheduling are concerned with the volume and timing of outputs, the utilisation of operations
capacity, forecasting and developing material requirement plans, managing inventory, just-
in-time manufacturing and managing for quality.

Who Should Attend
Production Managers, Executives and Senior Supervisors who are responsible for
manufacturing, planning and production control.

 Date: Feb 16-17, Jun 8-9, Oct 15-16, 2009   In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days              Scheme: SBL       Facilitator: Andrew Cheah
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


9.     Teknik Kawalan Kualiti Untuk QC

Quality and Quality Assurance Control are key values in manufacturing today, and the
QA/QC group plays a key role in ensuring that the customer receives only quality product.
To achieve this, it is imperative that companies have a well-trained and highly-skilled group
of QA/QC personnel who are not only able to detect problems but also prevent problems
from occurring.

Who Should Attend
QA/QC Inspectors, QA/QC Supervisors, QA/QC Auditors and Quality Checkers.

 Date: Feb 16-17, Jun 22-23, Nov 2-3, 2009    In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days             Scheme: SBL       Facilitator: Muhsin Ahamed
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


10.    Penyelenggaraan Asas Untuk Juruteknik

Technicians are expected to perform efficient troubleshooting, do proper preventive
maintenance, control the usage of spare parts, and possess good maintenance etiquette.
Conducted in Bahasa Malaysia, this programme is designed to provide best known methods
that every maintenance personnel should be equipped with.

Who Should Attend
All maintenance personnel will find this programme beneficial.

 Date: Mar 30-31, Jul 15-16, Nov 18-19, 2009       In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days              Scheme: SBL       Facilitator: Balachandran
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


11.    Basic Electricity and Troubleshooting

This programme is specially designed for non-electrical staff who work in environment that
use electrical power for production and manufacturing. Participants will be equipped with
knowledge of power supply in a factory, identifying circuit breakers, relays, contractors,
motors as well as practice on electrical safety.

Who Should Attend
Electricians, Electrical and Maintenance Supervisors, Safety Operations, Maintenance and
Service and Non-electrical staff who are involved in the operation and maintenance of
electrical installation for industries.

 Date: Apr 20-21, Jul 13-14, Nov 9-10, 2009   In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days              Scheme: SBL       Facilitator: Rozali Ayed
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


12.    Safety and Health at Workplace

From the early days of safety, the concept of engineering out hazards by providing
safeguards has been fundamental to every occupational safety and health programme at the
workplace. Creating safeguards to protect people from hazards can be efficiently identified
through the procedure of Job Safety Analysis.

Who Should Attend
Managers, Department Heads, Safety and Production Supervisors, Engineering Staff, Line
Leaders and Safety Committee Members who are involved in achieving a safe and healthy
environment in an organisation.

 Date: Mar 2-3, Jul 8-9, Dec 14-15, 2009      In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days               Scheme: SBL      Facilitator: Sivakumaran
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


13.    Occupational First Aid Skills and CPR

Prevention is still one of the best methods against accidents at the workplace. However,
even the best preventive efforts sometime fail and it is therefore prudent to prepare for such
eventualities. It has been shown that proper initial handling of the accident victims
contributes significantly to the final outcome and often determines if a life could be saved.
This programme will impart the basic practical knowledge of First Aid and it includes a
session on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) to help participants possess life-saving
and life-sustaining skills. Knowledge in first aid makes the difference between life and death.
First Aid Certificates will be awarded to participants who pass both the Theory and Practical
Exam.

Who Should Attend
All Management Staff, Supervisors, Production Workers and especially those in high-risk
category at workplace.

 Date: May 11-12, Oct 19-20, 2009        In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days             Scheme: SBL         Facilitator: Rahman Basar
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


14.    Seven Leadership Skills of Highly Effective Supervisors (Mandarin)

According to the latest psychological findings, emotional intelligence has proven to be more
important than cognitive intelligence in any human success, especially in the business and
industrial sectors. Hence, people skills, as an important dimension of emotional intelligence,
play a crucial role in achieving individual and organisational success. This programme
provides aspiring supervisors with the strategic human relations skills instrumental to
becoming highly effective people. Conducted in Mandarin, this programme will be beneficial
to supervisors who are not so fluent in the English Language or Bahasa Malaysia.

Who Should Attend
Supervisors, Line-Leaders, Team Leaders and personnel who are involved in the
management and supervision of staff.

 Date: Apr 9-10, Aug 13-14, Nov 19-20, 2009   In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days             Scheme: SBL        Facilitator: Dr Chin Tiam Pok
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


15.    Motivating Employees for Higher Productivity (Mandarin)

The skill of motivating people at the workplace is one of the most important leadership
qualities of an effective manager or supervisor. An empowering leader must apply the skills
of motivating people as a competitive edge so as to achieve higher organisational
performance. This programme is designed to help participants understand individual
differences and acquire the skills of motivating and influencing others more effectively and
confidently. Conducted in Mandarin, this programme is specially designed to cater for the
needs of participants who are more conversant in this medium of instruction.

Who Should Attend
Managers, Executives, Supervisors, Line-Leaders and personnel who are involved in the
management and supervision of people.

 Date: Feb 26-27, Jun 25-26, Sep 10-11, 2009   In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days             Scheme: SBL        Facilitator: Dr Chin Tiam Pok
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL

16.    Sikap Kerja Positif

Most employees perceive work as a chore. Therefore their hearts and minds are not set on
completing the task at hand efficiently and improve on the quality of the finished job. A
dissatisfied employee will slowly spread his discontentment to fellow employees and this will
have an adverse effect on the organisation as a whole. The main purpose of this programme
is to open up an employee’s potential in realising his personal vision and the organisation’s
objective through positive thinking and positive work attitude.

Who Should Attend
Section Heads, Supervisors, Line Leaders, Administrative and Clerical Staff.

 Date: Apr 1-2, Aug 17-18. Nov 11-12, 2009     In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days           Scheme: PERLA/PROLUS Facilitator: Othman Rais
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


17.    Clerical Development Programme

A supportive and effective clerical and administration system in a company can do wonders
to reduce the workload of not only the clerical staff but also the executives and managers.
With this in mind, sufficient coaching and training to increase the support staff’s capabilities
and skills must be introduced to allow the middle and upper management staff to
concentrate more on their main functions. This would allow for the improvement of the
company’s overall efficiency level.

Who Should Attend
All levels of Clerical Staff, Secretaries, Personal and Administrative Assistants.

 Date: Feb 23-24, Jun 22-23, Oct 26-27, 2009    In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days         Scheme: PERLA/PROLUS     Facilitator: Juliana Phang
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL


18.    Managing Conventional Records and Files Effectively

Often we hear a business is only as good as its records. All correspondence with clients,
financial information, market and clients’ facts are kept in files. The term records
management refers to the administrative function in any organisation concerned with the
creation, organisation, maintenance, use, retrieval and disposal of records. An organisation
can save on time and money if it practises efficient record management as vital information
can be retrieved and processed.

Who Should Attend
Secretarial, Administrative Supervisors and Clerical staff in various organisations who want
to ensure their records are properly managed.

 Date: Apr 29-30, Aug 3-4, Dec 16-17, 2009     In-House Training Available
 Duration: 2 days              Scheme: SBL       Facilitator: Adikalsamy
 Fee: RM190 (80% SMIDEC grant) RM950 (before SMIDEC grant)Venue:FMM Institute, KL




  Notes:

      Unless otherwise stated, all programmes are conducted in the English Language.
      FMM Institute reserves the right to change the facilitator, reschedule or cancel any of the training
      programmes.
      Please request for our individual programme brochure.




For further enquiries, please contact Ms Ravathi / Ms Amy / Ms Ong:

       FMM Institute
       Centre for Professional Development
       Wisma FMM, No. 3, Persiaran Dagang, PJU 9
       Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur
       Tel: 03-62761211    Fax: 03-62756064
       E-mail: ravathi@fmm.org.my / amy@fmm.org.my / lichoo@fmm.org.my
       Website: www.fmm.edu.my
Registration Details

Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis. All fees for public programmes include
course materials, refreshments and lunch. Cheques made in favour of the “FMM Institute”
should be forwarded a week before the date of commencement of each programme.
Completed registration form, that is faxed, mailed or e-mailed to FMM Institute would be
deemed as confirmed.

All cancellations must be made in writing. There will be no charge for cancellation received
10 or more working days before the start of the programme. Cancellation received 6 – 9
working days before the start of the programme is subject to a cancellation fee of 50% of the
course fees. Cancellation received 0 – 5 working days before the start of the programme is
subject to a cancellation fee of 100% of the course fees. If the participant fails to attend the
programme, the full course fees are payable. However, replacement can be accepted at no
additional cost.

The FMM Institute reserves the right to change the facilitator, reschedule or cancel the
programmes and all efforts will be taken to inform participants of the changes.

                    SMIDEC SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
                               REGISTRATION FORM
The Senior Manager                                                          Please tick ( √ ) accordingly:
FMM Institute                                                                              PSMB Scheme
P.O. Box 28 Jinjang, 52000 Kuala Lumpur                                    SBL     PROLUS PERLA
Tel: 03-62761211                                                                    Non-Contributor
Fax: 03-62776712/62756064

Dear Madam,
Please register the following participant(s) for the programme(s) below:
(To be completed in BLOCK LETTERS)

   Name:                                       Programme Title:                     Date:

1. ________________________________________________________________________

2. _______________________________________________________________________
                (Please attach a attach a separate list if space is insufficient)

Enclosed cheque/bank draft No. _______________________ for RM __________________
being payment for ______________ participant(s) made in favour of the “FMM Institute”.

Submitted by:
Name: ____________________ Designation: ________________ E-mail ______________
Company:_________________________________________________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
FMM Membership No.: __________ PSMB Employer Code No.: ______________________
Tel No.: ____________________ Fax No.: ___________________ Date: ______________
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