The Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) has announced its new e-learning hub, known as e-LATiH to develop and add value to Malaysians’ current skill sets.
This initiative is a collaborative effort between HRDF and Go1, one of the largest international e-learning aggregators. e-LATiH is offering Malaysians the opportunity and access to more than 200 industry-driven training course, skill development and educational based content to meet the industry need for free.
Minister of Human Resources, M. Saravanan said that this initiative was crafted to encourage Malaysians to adopt learning and knowledge acquisition as part of their everyday routine. “Malaysians have to continue to strive in a world that has become exceedingly competitive, pointing out that only those who prepare for the future are setting a foundation for future success,” he added.
Shahul Hameed, Chief Executive of HRDF commented that, “Although HRDF was first set up to service its levy paying stakeholders, the e-LATiH platform is HRDF’s way of giving back to all Malaysians.”
Courses category includes skill development, personal development, marketing and innovation, soft skills, language, sustainability, health and security, as well as industry specific course. Additionally, more course will be added to cater organisation and employee immediate needs.
The courses currently uses English as a medium. HRDF is expected to add more content in the coming weeks in various languages including Bahasa Malaysia.
The e-LATiH will be available to all Malaysians starting from Feb 6 until Feb 5, 2022. To access the free online training courses, visit https://elatih.hrdf.com.my/.