Adapted from the German Meister (meaning Master Craftsman) program, the Malaysian Meister Program (MMP) is designed to upskill the existing precision machining and engineering workforce. Students are trained through a two-pronged approach where training is conducted at both the workplace and training institution in actual work conditions under the guidance of competent coaches and classroom trainers.
- To ensure consistent supply of outstanding and well-trained employees with technical expertise in the talent pipeline for future business needs.
- To upskill the current workforce to be able to perform a broad range of complex technical or professional work activities.
60% Classroom/Practical Training at the PSDC
40% On-job- training at the workplace
Students will undergo their on-job- training on weekdays at their workplace. Classroom and practical sessions at the PSDC will be held after working hours on 2 weekdays and 1 weekend.
- Safety and Health
- CAD/CAM Machining
- Quality Engineering
- Manufacturing Jig & Fixtures
- Manufacturing Press Tools
- Automation & Control System
- Assembly Manufacturing Component
- Maintenance System
- Design Manufacturing System
- Machining Planning & Control
- Project Management
- Machining Departmental Management
- Must have at least JPK DKM Level 4 qualification in Manufacturing Technology (CAD/CAM)
- Must be employed