As part of RECODA’s efforts to serve its investors and clients, the authority has engaged with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Research (MESTR), Centre of Technical Excellence (CENTEXS) and UNIMAS to discuss potential collaborations on job creation, upskilling and manpower development.
The collaboration with CENTEXS will also involve community development programmes in three regions overseen by RECODA’s development agencies – Upper Rajang Development Agency (URDA), Highland Development Agency (HDA) and Northern Region Development Agency (NRDA).
RECODA Corporate Services Division Director Dr Hadysyam Junaidi (centre left) yesterday received a token of appreciation from UNIMAS University Sustainability Centre (USC) Director Noraziah Abdul Wahab after a briefing session today. Also present was MESTR Principal Assistant Secretary Zulkipli Ismail (far right).
RECODA also recently conducted a lab visit to CENTEXS, which caters to the technical manpower needs of industries in the SCORE region, such as construction, hospitality & tourism, electrical, oil & gas, and textile & heritage.