Closing Date: 1 JUNE 2016

areas such as Strategic Management and Leadership, Public ... Management, Economic Planning and National Blue Ocean ... involved in training at public...

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HOW TO APPLY Visa and Vaccination All participants are required to follow the Visa With Reference (VDR) application procedures. Travelers from certain countries in South America and Africa are required to produce a Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate at the entry point in Malaysia. For more information please refer: Accommodation and Meals Accommodation and food are provided. Candidates will also be given an allowance/ per diem of RM85.00 per day. Medical and Dental Treatment Candidates should be certified medically and physically fit to participate in this programme. During participant’s stay in Malaysia, all medical and dental expenses in government hospital/clinic are at the course of the Malaysian government. Dental treatment however is restricted to extraction and filling which must be carried out in government hospital’s/clinics only. Preparation of Country Paper Successful candidates will be required to prepare a draft country paper in general about his/her country and the role of his/her organisation in particular. The country paper should be emailed to MTCP Secretariat, INTAN upon confirmation of acceptance as a pre-requisite to issuing flight tickets. A 15-minute presentation (Power Point) will be required from each country during the course.

Application should be made using the prescribed MTCP forms available at: list_course. Submitted application form must be accompanied by the candidate’s copy of passport, passport size colored photo and medical report.


The application must be endorsed by the nearest Malaysian Embassy/High Commission. Completed applications must be submitted to the nearest Malaysian Embassy/High Commission before 1 June 2016.

Successful candidates will be notified through either the Malaysian Embassies, Malaysian Focal Point or INTAN. Candidates is not successful if he/she does not receive notification of the award four weeks before the commencement of the course (to be advised accordingly). INCOMPLETE AND/OR UNENDORSED FORMS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED. FURTHER ENQUIRIES For further enquiries, candidates can either approach their respective Malaysian Official representatives, or write/email to the following address: Corporate and International Unit, National Institute of Public Administration (INTAN), Jalan Bukit Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA Tel: (603) 2084 7327 / 7330 / 7296 Fax: (603) 2095 4299 [email protected]

Closing Date: 1 JUNE 2016

12 – 26 AUGUST 2016


MALAYSIAN TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAMME (MTCP) The Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP) was established in 1980 at the Commonwealth Heads of State Meeting in New Delhi to signify Malaysia’s commitment to South-South Cooperation through the sharing of Malaysia’s development experiences and expertise with other developing countries. MTCP emphasizes human resources development mainly through training; short-term courses in public and private Malaysian training institutions and long-term courses in Malaysian public universities. Annually, more than 100 MTCP programmes are offered by 79 MTCP Training Institution, many of which are centres of excellence for training. Since its inception, MTCP has gained more than 30,600 participants from 141 countries. Currently MTCP is extended to more than 142 recipient developing countries in 10 key areas as follows: • Agriculture; • Economic, Finance and Trade; • English Language; • Environment; • Industrial Technical Training; • Diplomacy; • Management and Public Administration; • Professional Services; • Social Development; and • Science, Technology and ICT Management.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (INTAN) The National Institute of Public Administration (INTAN) is the training arm of the Public Service Department, the central human resource development agency of the Malaysian Government. INTAN provides quality training for all categories of civil servants from both the federal and state levels. It aims at increasing the participants’ level of knowledge, skills and enhancing positive attitudes towards upgrading their ability to plan, administer, manage and evaluate national development programmes.

This is in line with its mission towards to develop a competent public sector workforce through quality learning. Though INTAN’s training programmes are focused on the public sector, opportunities are also available for the private sector to participate in some of its programmes.

INTAN trains more than 50,000 personnel through some 1,000 courses and seminars each year. The training offered by INTAN includes areas such as Strategic Management and Leadership, Public Administration, Project Management, Economic Planning and National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS).


Introduction to Brain Learning Techniques & Dynamics of Adult Learning;

Understanding Organizations and the Role of Learning & Development;

Designing Transformational Learning & Development Solutions; and

Field Visits & Sharing Best Practices Sessions.



Fares and Course Fees

INTAN offers International Course on Developing L&D Professional as Transformational Leaders in the Public Sector which will be held from 12 until 26 August 2016.

All course fees are borne by the Malaysian Government. A return air ticket from the capital city of the recipient country to Kuala Lumpur on economy class is provided except for countries with GDP per capita exceeding USD5,000 such as Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Mexico, Croatia, Chile and Turkey (kindly refer to MTCP website for further details).

The objective of this course are: • identifying the learners, the learning process and factors that affect the learner and the learning process; • role of L&D in transforming and developing organisation; and • design impactful L&D Solutions for adult learners. ADMISSION REQUIREMENT • •

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Applicants should be a civil servants, aged between 26-45 years old; Junior and Middle level facilitators, trainers and HR professionals who are involved in training at public sector organisations; Possess at least five (5) years working experience in the field related to the course; Must be certified medically fit in both physical and mental health, non-military personnel; Must demonstrate a good command of spoken and written in English; and Have never participated in any MTCP courses previously.

Entry Requirements

Person seeking to enter Malaysia must be in possession of valid passport or other internationally recognised travel document and visa if required. Passports or other travel documents must be valid for at least 6 months beyond the period of stay allowed in Malaysia. In the case of national passport not recognised by Malaysia, the holder must be in possession of a document in lieu of a passport obtained at the nearest Malaysian Mission abroad. Expenditures on visa and transit fees, excess baggage fees are borne by the recipients.