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Training Schemes Under HRDF Course Outlines

Employers who contribute to HRDF are eligible to access their levy payments by claiming training reimbursements through various training schemes that are implemented by PSMB.
At present, the training schemes available at PSMB, are listed as follows:

  • SBL Scheme (Skim Bantuan Latihan)
  • SBL-KHAS Scheme
  • PROLUS Scheme (Program Latihan yang Diluluskan)
  • PERLA Scheme (Perjanjian dengan Penyelia Latihan)

SBL Scheme (Skim Bantuan Latihan)

Prior approval must first be obtained from the Secretariat for programmes/ courses under the SBL Scheme. This scheme enables employers to identify their own training needs and formulate training programmes to retrain and upgrade skills of employees in line with their operational as well as business requirements.
The training courses can be conducted either on-the-job, off-the-job or even a combination of both so as to suit the requirements of enterprises. Training can be carried out either by their own trainers or by external trainers if there is a lack of internal expertise. Apart from this, local enterprises can also engage and recruit qualified trainers from abroad if local expertise is not sufficient or available
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In order to qualify for the training grants, the training programmes must be structured and possess the following criteria: ...

  • Specific training objectives
  • Specific training activities or lesson plans
  • Instructional guides by qualified instructors/trainers
  • Assessment to determine the attainment of training objectives

SBL-KHAS Scheme

Under the SBL-KHAS Scheme, employers are not required to pay training fees to training providers registered with PSMB. The fees will be paid by PSMB to the training providers concerned on behalf of employers based on claims submitted by training providers, upon the completion of training. PSMB will debit the fees claimed to employers’ levy accounts. For daily allowances claimed which may comprise of food, lodging and transportation including airfare (if applicable), employers are required to submit their claims to PSMB based on stipulated guidelines. Claims must be submitted after the completion of training..
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Training programmes that are eligible to be offered under this scheme are public programmes and in-house programmes conducted by training providers who are registered with PSMB. Training grant applications submitted by employers for programmes that are not registered or not conducted by training providers not registered under this scheme will be rejected. . .

PROLUS Scheme (Program Latihan Yang Diluluskan)

This PROLUS or Approved Training Programme Scheme (ATP) would allow registered training providers to offer training programmes to employers. Training providers can either submit the applications for ATP status along with applications for their registration, or after the Registration Certificates have been obtained..
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Among the examples of training programmes that are publicly offered under this scheme are the Management/ Administrative Skills, Craft/Technical Skills, Computer-Related Skills, and Productivity-Related Skills. .

PERLA Scheme (Perjanjian Dengan Penyelia Latihan)

This scheme would enable employees to retrain and subsequently upgrade  their existing employees’ skills by paying a small percentage of the approved fees under the PROLUS scheme. Employers are only required to pay between 20- 25% of the training fees, while thebalance can be directly claimed by the training providers from PSMB. .

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