Entrepreneurship training model for competency-based training (CBT) concept at skills training centre in Malaysia
Keywords:entrepreneurial competency, entrepreneurship training model, competency-based training (CBT), Malaysian skills certificate (MSC)
Entrepreneurship is an increasingly sustainable field in Malaysia. In particular, among students to realize the country's aspirations to make Malaysia an 'Entrepreneurial Nation'. In line with the desire of the country to transform students into successful entrepreneurs and the goal of creating more job creators is achieved, this article explores concepts related to the entrepreneurship training model in TVET training centres in Malaysia especially for the Malaysian Skills Certificate (MSC) programme. This effort is expected to create a conducive entrepreneurial training system suit with Competency-Based Training (CBT) in shaping competent entrepreneurs among MSC trainees or alumni.
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