INSEP, or Industrial Skills Enhancement Program, organized by the Selangor Human Resource Development Center (SHRDC), is a training and development program aimed at producing competent graduate engineers.
The SHRDC was established in 1992 to tie a closer relationship between the private and the government sectors and work hand in hand to upgrade the skills and competency of the human capital, especially among fresh graduates.
The founding is a collaboration between the Selangor state government with a number of prominent engineering multinationals e.g. Matsushita, Denso, MEMC Electronics Materials, Motorola, NEC Semiconductors, Texas Instruments and Western Digital.
In the program, participants will undergo between 4 to 12 months of training with SHRDC (based in Shah Alam), then 4 to 6 months of on-the-job training (OJT) before they are hired for full time employment with any participating manufacturing or engineering company. During the training with SHRDC and with the designated company, all participants will also be given paid allowances.
Successful applicants will be absorbed to different industrial and technology functions that include: semiconductor, enterprise resource planning (ERP), IT security, printed circuit board (PCB) design, e-commerce, software engineering, embedded system, database, industrial automation and plastic molding.
To be eligible for the training program, candidates need to be Malaysian citizens holding any technical or IT degree with CGPA 2.5 and above. He or she must not be bonded with the government or any other employer/party.
To apply for the program, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any inquiry please contact Marketing Department, SHRDC, No. 1A, 1st Floor, Block 2, Worldwide Business Park, Section 13, 40100 Shah Alam, Selangor. Tel: 03-5513 3560.