Program Kerjasama Teknikal Malaysia (MTCP)

MTCP telah dilancarkan secara rasmi pada 7 September 1980 di Mesyuarat Ketua Komanwel Negeri di New Delhi untuk menunjukkan komitmen Malaysia dengan Kerjasama Selatan-Selatan, khususnya untuk berkongsi pengalaman pembangunan dan kepakaran dengan negara-negara membangun yang lain. Berdasarkan kepercayaan bahawa pembangunan negara bergantung kepada kualiti sumber manusia, MTCP memberi penekanan kepada pembangunan sumber manusia melalui penyediaan latihan dalam pelbagai bidang yang penting bagi pembangunan sesebuah negara seperti pentadbiran awam, tadbir urus yang baik, perkhidmatan kesihatan, pendidikan , pembangunan yang berterusan, pertanian, pembasmian kemiskinan, promosi pelaburan, ICT dan perbankan. Setiap tahun, lebih daripada 100 Program yang ditawarkan dengan lebih daripada 79 Institusi Latihan MTCP, yang kebanyakannya adalah pusat kecemerlangan untuk latihan. Sejak ia dilancarkan, lebih daripada 29,000 peserta dari 140 negara telah mendapat manfaat daripada pelbagai program yang ditawarkan di bawah MTCP.

Objektif

• Untuk berkongsi pengalaman pembangunan dengan negara-negara lain;
• Untuk mengukuhkan hubungan dua hala antara Malaysia dan negara-negara membangun yang lain;
• Menggalakkan Kerjasama Selatan-Selatan (SSC);
• Untuk menggalakkan kerjasama teknikal di kalangan negara-negara membangun (TCDC).

Maktab Koperasi Malaysia

Sebagai institusi pendidikan koperasi tunggal di Malaysia, MKM telah diberi kepercayaan oleh Kementerian Luar Negeri untuk menjalankan kursus Sijil Pengurusan Koperasi. Ini merupakan pengiktirafan oleh kerajaan Malaysia untuk menyokong sektor koperasi sebagai enjin ketiga pertumbuhan bagi Malaysia selepas sektor awam dan swasta.

Fungsi utama MKM :

• Untuk menganjurkan program latihan dan pendidikan bagi gerakan koperasi di negara ini;

• Untuk menyebarkan dan menerbitkan maklumat yang berkaitan dengan koperasi;

• Untuk menjalankan penyelidikan;

• Memberi perkhidmatan dengan mengambil kira pergerakan koperasi.

 

  • Certificate in Co-operative Management Programme

    In managing co-operatives in the 21st century, leaders and managers of co-operatives are challenged with not only demand and expectation from it’s members but also challenges from emerging business environment. Managing co-operative to suits the modern needs but stay grounded with cooperative philosophy and principle is crucial in ensuring sustainability and identity of a cooperative is maintained. Thus, this course focuses on sharing the proper knowledge and comprehensive management concept that applies to co-operatives. In addition, apart from focusing on issues related to movements, principles, product and services, it also promotes exchange of knowledge and experiences between participants.

    Course Objective

    To enable participants to gain understanding and upgrade their knowledge and skills in co-operative management, finance and governance in accordance with the co-operative principle and cooperative legislation.

    Course Content

    To achieve objectives of the course mentioned, the following topics are covered:

    • Introduction to Malaysia and it’s Sosio-Economic Development

    • Co-operative Movement in Malaysia

    • Co-operative Identity and Value Based Management

    • Malaysian Co-operative Legislation

    • Good Governance in Co-operatives

    • Strategic Management in Co-operatives

    • Marketing Management in Co-operatives

     

    'Certificate in Co-operative Microfinance’ Programme
    Microfinance is emerging as a powerful instrument in new econ- omy to provide financial services to the poor at affordable cost in its endeavor to solve the problems of poverty and unemployment. It laid special emphasis on expanding the network of financial institutions, co-operatives and other self help groups in order to provide credit to the poor and weaker sections of the society. With goal of creating social values, financing formula in co- operative have broaden the impact of the provision of financial services to low income members with an aim of improving liveli- hood opportunities through the provision of capital for micro en- terprises. Thus, this course focuses on sharing of knowledge and comprehensive concept that applies to microfinance, particularly in co-operative societies.

    Objectives
    To enable participants to gain understanding on fundamentals of microfinance in co-operative, its' products, services, issues, chal- lenges and strategies as tools for community development in accordance with the co-operative principle and cooperative legis- lation.

    Course Content
    To achieve objectives of the course mentioned, the follow- ing topics are covered:

    Introduction to Co-operative Movement in Malaysia
       •Economic and Social Development of Malaysia
       •Overview of Co-operative Movement in Malaysia
       •National Co-operative Policy
       • Co-operative Identity and Value Based Management
    Fundamentals and Overview of Microfinance in Malaysia
       • Overview of Microfinance: From Moneylenders to Mi- crofinance
       • Microfinance setting in Malaysia
       • Principles and Practices of Microfinance Governance
    Microfinance Through Islamic Perspective
       • Comparison between Conventional and Islamic Microfi- nance
    Microfinance: Product and Services
       • Microcredit Schemes
       • Managing Microfinance Delivery Modes
       • Monitoring and Evaluating Loans
    Strategic Issues and Challenges in Microfinance   

     Methodology  Qualification  Tuition Fees  Application and Enquiries  General Condition of Awards  Visa and Vaccination
  • 'Certificate in Co-operative Microfinance’ Programme

    Microfinance is emerging as a powerful instrument in new econ- omy to provide financial services to the poor at affordable cost in its endeavor to solve the problems of poverty and unemployment. It laid special emphasis on expanding the network of financial institutions, co-operatives and other self help groups in order to provide credit to the poor and weaker sections of the society. With goal of creating social values, financing formula in co- operative have broaden the impact of the provision of financial services to low income members with an aim of improving liveli- hood opportunities through the provision of capital for micro en- terprises. Thus, this course focuses on sharing of knowledge and comprehensive concept that applies to microfinance, particularly in co-operative societies.

    Objectives

    To enable participants to gain understanding on fundamentals of microfinance in co-operative, its' products, services, issues, chal- lenges and strategies as tools for community development in accordance with the co-operative principle and cooperative legis- lation.

    Course Content

    To achieve objectives of the course mentioned, the follow- ing topics are covered:
    Introduction to Co-operative Movement in Malaysia
       •Economic and Social Development of Malaysia
       •Overview of Co-operative Movement in Malaysia
       •National Co-operative Policy
       • Co-operative Identity and Value Based Management
    Fundamentals and Overview of Microfinance in Malaysia
       • Overview of Microfinance: From Moneylenders to Mi- crofinance
       • Microfinance setting in Malaysia
       • Principles and Practices of Microfinance Governance
    Microfinance Through Islamic Perspective
       • Comparison between Conventional and Islamic Microfi- nance
    Microfinance: Product and Services
       • Microcredit Schemes
       • Managing Microfinance Delivery Modes
       • Monitoring and Evaluating Loans
    Strategic Issues and Challenges in Microfinance

     

    'Certificate in Co-operative Microfinance’ ProgrammeMicrofinance is emerging as a powerful instrument in new econ- omy to provide financial services to the poor at affordable cost in its endeavor to solve the problems of poverty and unemployment. It laid special emphasis on expanding the network of financial institutions, co-operatives and other self help groups in order to provide credit to the poor and weaker sections of the society. With goal of creating social values, financing formula in co- operative have broaden the impact of the provision of financial services to low income members with an aim of improving liveli- hood opportunities through the provision of capital for micro en- terprises. Thus, this course focuses on sharing of knowledge and comprehensive concept that applies to microfinance, particularly in co-operative societies.ObjectivesTo enable participants to gain understanding on fundamentals of microfinance in co-operative, its' products, services, issues, chal- lenges and strategies as tools for community development in accordance with the co-operative principle and cooperative legis- lation.Course ContentTo achieve objectives of the course mentioned, the follow- ing topics are covered:
    Introduction to Co-operative Movement in Malaysia
       •Economic and Social Development of Malaysia
       •Overview of Co-operative Movement in Malaysia
       •National Co-operative Policy
       • Co-operative Identity and Value Based Management
    Fundamentals and Overview of Microfinance in Malaysia
       • Overview of Microfinance: From Moneylenders to Mi- crofinance
       • Microfinance setting in Malaysia
       • Principles and Practices of Microfinance Governance
    Microfinance Through Islamic Perspective
       • Comparison between Conventional and Islamic Microfi- nance
    Microfinance: Product and Services
       • Microcredit Schemes
       • Managing Microfinance Delivery Modes
       • Monitoring and Evaluating Loans
    Strategic Issues and Challenges in Microfinance   

     Methodology  Qualification  Tuition Fees  Application and Enquiries  General Condition of Awards  Visa and Vaccination