Pengarah Program Yayasan Pendidikan dan Vokasional Wanita Malaysia (YPVWM) Nur Aziatty Abu Bakar berkata, aspek kemahiran dan keusahawanan saling berkaitan kerana ia mampu menambahkan pendapatan wanita jika kedua-duanya dilakukan secara maksimum. Menurutnya, kemahiran dimiliki
Bekerja di sebuah studio mengeluarkan pakaian berjenama Rocka Atelier (Rocka) di Shah Alam, Selangor, Khodijah bersyukur kerana hidupnya dipertemukan dengan Yayasan Pendidikan dan Vokasional Wanita Malaysia (YPVWM) yang memberikan latihan dan akhirnya menyerap khidmatnya ke studio
ETIQA Insurance recently launched its new corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme, Socially and Economically Empowered Development or SEED, to help women and youth from poor families to be financially independent.
We are excited to announce our latest collaboration with new partner Etiqa Insurance & Takaful to provide opportunity for single mothers and women from lower income groups to seek and secure jobs and sustainable incomes through vocational and entrepreneurial skills development. Focusing on the skills that are relevant in the digital technology industry and other services value chain will broaden their employment and business opportunities for these groups. An initiative under Etiqa Corporate Responsibility, The ‘Socially and Economically Empowered Development’ (SEED) program is expected to produce skilled entrepreneurs with diverse products and services and the promotion of socioeconomic sustainability through the creation of business opportunities and employment.
For more information you can contact YPVWM 03-79541244 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
myHarapan and YPVWM will assess and recruit participants, monitor and report on their progress, as well as provide support throughout and after their SEED … The training will be run by YPVWM, an established training provider recognised by the Malaysian Government, as well as other qualified trainers,
The Mentoring Women in Business Program, implemented in collaboration with Qualcomm Wireless Reach, the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, Maxis and the Foundation for Women’s Education and Vocational Training, utilizes 3G technology to connect business professionals around the world with women entrepreneurs in
Calling all women in business! We are now accepting applications for the Mentoring Women in Business Programme 2015.
We are back and we want to invite women business owners with passion, drive and commitment to join us as a mentee. This FREE programme offers a wonderful opportunity for women who wants to build their businesses, grow their networks and refine their business skills with the support of a mentor.
Free 5 days training on English communication, Business, Marketing and ICT will be provided prior to the mentoring programme. Training will take place on March 2015
Who should join?
– Small/Micro owned business, idea/early stage entrepreneur
Basic Admission requirements
– Be able to attend the 5 days training prior to the mentoring programme.
– Speak English at intermediate level
– Be able to to meet with their mentor ONLINE at least twice a month for 12 months
For more information please call our office at 03-79541244 or 0172444970 (Aziatty) email: email@example.com.
If you want to be considered as a mentee for May 2015 intake. Please submit the online Pre application below. Hurry seats are limited!
“Terlalu banyak!,” ujar Aini penuh teruja ketika sesi meja bulat bertajuk Memperkasa Wanita Luar Bandar di Malaysia bersempena Persidangan Global Summit of Women 2013, Kuala Lumpur, baru-baru ini.
“I was sceptical. I wanted to know why I was picked, how they got my phone number, how much it would cost me … I had a million questions,” says Aini, who resides in Shah Alam, Selangor, with four of her five children.