Training Grants - Malaysia

Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB)

Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB), previously known as the Human Resources Development Council (HRDC), administer the the Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF). HRDF was established in 1993 in the quest to attain the status of a developed country by the year 2020 by increasing the knowledge and skill intensity of the workforce, as well as to equip them with specialised and up-to-date skills.

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HRDF - Human Resource Development Fund

Employers who are registered with Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB) are eligible for training grants through the various schemes available under the HRDF. Some of the schemes are as follows:

  • SBL Scheme

    Employers can claim for reimbursement from HRDF upon completion of programme. However, approval from PSMB is required prior to commencement of programme by completing Form PSMB/PGL/1/09. Training grants can be considered for all types of training programmes (both in-house and external) for the retraining and skills upgrading of employees relevant to the needs of employers.

    * Please click here for more information on HRDF SBL scheme.

  • SBL-KHAS Scheme

    Similar to the PERLA scheme but approval from PSMB is required prior to commencement of programme by completing Form PSMB/PGL/1/09. Employers must submit Form PSMB/SBL-KHAS/T2/01 to FMM Institute prior to commencement of programme.

    * Please click here to see all the workshops approved under SBL-KHAS scheme.

  • PROLUS Scheme

    Employers can claim for reimbursement without the need to apply for prior approval. It is only for training programmes with Approved Training Programme (ATP) status.

  • PERLA Scheme

    Training Provider will claim the entire amount directly from the employer's account with HRDF. No prior approval is needed under this scheme. However, employer must submit Form PSMB/PER/T2/06 to Training Provider before the commencement of programme. It is only applicable for training programmes with Approved Training Programme (ATP) status.

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