Symposium & Micro-credential Week Malaysia 2021 Resource Hub Background The OpenLearning Symposium & Micro-credential Week 2021 | MALAYSIA hopes to spark cross-sector dialogues to form partnerships, innovate and capture market opportunities with micro-credentials. In hosting the event, we were hoping to: Enable a cross-sector dialogue about micro-credentials Provide an overview of the current micro-credential landscape in Malaysia Outline the identified areas of need and corresponding opportunities for education and training providers Engage with local organisations who have, or are in the process of implementing their micro-credential strategy Support connections with education technology partners and solution providers This space serves as a resource hub of recordings, information and resources you might find useful. Recordings and resources You can now access recordings and resources from the Symposium and Micro-credential Week Malaysia below: Opening Address Prof. Ir. Dr. Khairul Salleh Deputy CEO (Quality Assurance) Malaysian Qualifications Agency Watch replay Panel Discussion: Micro-credentials in Malaysia: Challenges & Opportunities
Head, Programme Review & Accreditation, HRD Corp Prof. Ir. Ts. Dr. Vinesh Thiruchelvam Deputy Vice Chancellor, Asia Pacific University Dr. Eddy Chong Chief Technical Officer Finance Accreditation Agency Marsyitah Ismail Head of Learning Services, SEA OpenLearning Watch replay Panel Discussion: Designing Industry-Recognised Micro-credentials in Collaboration with Industry Partners
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Executive Director, SHRDC Adam Brimo Founder & Group CEO, OpenLearning Dr. NorAzmi Alias Senior VP, Research & Talent Management CREST Sarveen Kandiah Managing Director SEA OpenLearning Watch replay Micro-credential Showcases Micro-credential@USM: Learning for Life Prof. Dr. Abd Karim Alias Director, Centre for Development of Academic Excellence, Universiti Sains Malaysia Download slides SHRDC's Enhanced Technology Training Experience Ts Dr Chua Wen-Shyan Head, Malaysian Smart Factory 4.0, SHRDC Karolyne Williams SACAP Global Micro-credentials Head of Strategic Innovation, and Charlotte Heyn Digital Brand Manager, SACAP Global Download slides Challenges of Developing Micro-credentials from Academic Programmes Dr. Tenku Putri Norishah Tenku Shariman Deputy Director, Centre for Life-long Education & Learning Innovation, MMU Malaysia UOW Malaysia KDU Micro-credentials: Our Learning Journey & Lessons Learnt Leong Mi-Chelle Head, Department of Languages UOW Malaysia KDU UTM Micro-credential Journey & Showcase Dr. Azizul Azri Mustaffa UTM Centre for Academic Leadership Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Download slides Watch replay Partner Showcases Understanding the Value of Digital Credentials for Issuers & Learners Sarina Spector Senior Credential Expert, Accredible Navigating e-Learning with HRD Corp e-LATiH Mogan Arjunan & Siti Zubaidah Learning Technology Department, HRD Corp Prosple Career Portals Ali Rathor & Tharma Wemel Prosple CloudSwyft Virtual Remote Labs & Virtual DeskSpaces Prince Billy Datu Vice President, Global Sales, CloudSwyft Watch replay Solution Demo: Building Successful Learning & Training Programs on OpenLearning Marilyn Chong Sales Manager OpenLearning Watch replay Workshops: #TanyaOL: Outcome Based Assessments for Micro-credentials Designing Activities with Unique Learning Artefacts Setting Up Credentials for your OpenCreds Watch replay Presentations: OpenCreds & Micro-credentials Showcase OpenCreds Course Quality & Criteria Watch replay Additional resources OpenCreds for Malaysia A lifelong learning micro-credentialing framework
Based on Australia’s first cross-sector micro-credentialing framework, OpenCreds is now available for Malaysia, drafted to align with the Malaysian Qualifications Framework (MQF) and the Guidelines to Good Practices: Micro-credentials (GGP: Micro-credentials) by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA).
Learn more OpenCreds Malaysia Investment Fund Supporting Malaysia's micro-credential programs
The OpenCreds for Malaysia Investment Fund (OMIF) was
established to support private higher education providers, technical and vocational education and training providers, industry associations, and professional bodies in developing market-leading micro-credentials utilising the OpenCreds Framework for Malaysia. Register your interest
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