Career Development Centre Club (CDCC) Malaysia was established on 3 Oct 2017 at Taylor’s University during MDEC’s 2nd Visit to Career Centre after UTM Career Centre, Johor Bahru, Johor.
The formulation of career centre club was shared by Prof. Dr. Arham Abdullah, Director of Industrial Relations Division, Higher Education Dept, MOHE during his remarks in MDEC’s 2nd Visit Career Centre for all Premier Digital Tech Universities and Preferred Polytechics.
CDCC Malaysja members currently consist of 8 Premier Digital Tech Universities (UM, UTM, UitM, Taylors University, MMU, APU University, Sunway University, TARC) and 5 Preferred Digital Tech Polytechnics (Politeknik Ungku Omar, Politeknik Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin, Politeknik Sultan Idris Shah, Politeknik Mersing, Politeknik Balik Pulau)
These are top institutions of higher learnings that can deliver first-class theoretical and practical training.
CDCC Malaysia plans to open to other IHLs in the near future.
To be distinguished Career Development Centre Club in the region
To share best practices among Career Development Centre and strengthen the graduate career readiness and employability
1. To assist the institutions in implementing the Digital Tech Career Centre
2. Serve as a platform to obtain and provide feedback to relevant stakeholders such as MOHE, MDEC and industry players; and assist to monitor the implementation status
3. Highlight areas for inprovement and propose necessary plans to be taken for the improvement.
4. Interface with regulators and stakeholders pertaining to graduate employability, nationally and internationally
5. Represent its members in undertaking international engagement associating and collaboration for mutual benefit including serving as a platform for discussing graduate employability matters and sharing best practices among Higher Learning Institutions (IHLs) to strengthen graduate employability of IHLs graduates
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