Skills for Prosperity South-East Asia Programme

Skills for Prosperity Programme in Malaysia

Funded by the United Kingdom government, this project aims to increase national capacity for inclusive economic growth through more productive and equitable skills and TVET systems in order to improve employability, employment opportunities and earning potential of workers in Malaysia.

About the programme

 The Skills for Prosperity Programme in Malaysia (SfP-Malaysia) works with government, employers’ and workers’ organisations and other local and international stakeholders, aiming to increase national capacity for inclusive economic growth through more future-ready and equitable skills and TVET systems in order to improve employability, employment opportunities and earning potential of workers in Malaysia. It focuses on four areas of outcomes and outputs. Read more 
 
A worker looks at sugar particles at a sugar processing factory in Malaysia. © Shutterstock
Synced with 12th Malaysia Plan, ILO-UK-UM partnership to boost Malaysia’s TVET with STEM
The initiative will pave the way for greater integration of STEM-related generic skills into technical and vocational education and training programmes. Read more

Building a smarter labour information platform
A new online course from the ILO has helped Malaysian officials upgrade their understanding of labour market information and skills anticipation systems. Read more 

New partnership to improve employment and career prospects of young workers in Sabah
The ILO Skills for Prosperity Programme in Malaysia, the British High Commission and the Sabah Skills and Technology Centre will work together to tackle the issue of skills mismatch, aiming to implement training models that meet the needs of both labour markets and local Sabahans. Read more

For further information please contact

Junichi Mori
Chief Technical Advisor
Skills for Prosperity Programme in Malaysia
Email: jmori@ilo.org