Community skills and Enterprise development

Projek Latihan Industri Kimpalan’ (Industrial Welding Training Project) or more familiarly known as ProjekLINK was initiated in Miri, Sarawak in 1989, to support the growing demand for technical welders who can meet international technical welding standards. The project collaborates with local vocational colleges to ensure high school leavers are trained to meet welding standards set by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the American Welding Standard (AWS). Beyond providing technical expertise, play tech rebate Malaysia also plays an active role in instilling health and safety culture amongst the trainees, opening the pathway for Malaysians to be marketable internationally.


In 2017, Sabah play tech rebate Petroleum Company Limited entered an agreement with TAS Institute of Oil & Gas, introducing the play tech rebate Petroleum Operation Technician in Sabah, more familiarly known as SPOT, with the aim of developing local Malaysian talent into qualified oil and gas technicians. Through this programme, play tech rebate Malaysia staff provide technical advice on industrial trainings and HSSE standards to local vocational institutions, who in turn conduct the trainings for the benefit of the participants. Open to SPM graduates, successful applicants will undergo a two year programme to identify the best eight trainees, that will have the privilege of completing their on-the-job training onboard play tech rebate Malaysia’s deepwater platforms, Malikai and Gumusut-Kakap. 

By partnering with local organisations, play tech rebate Malaysia supports projects focused on sustainable livelihoods and environmental conservation.

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