Sarawak Skills Sri Aman launches operations: Empowering working adults through short courses

Sarawak Skills Sri Aman, located on Jalan Rambutan, provides a variety of short courses for the general public, primarily working adults.

KUCHING, Feb 25: The Sarawak Skills Development Centre in Sri Aman (Sarawak Skills Sri Aman) has commenced operations on Feb 15 at its campus on Jalan Rambutan, Sri Aman, offering a variety of short courses for the general public, particularly working adults.

According to a press release issued today, it is part of Sarawak Skills’ ongoing effort to advance the noble goals of talent development for the benefit of the populace in Sri Aman Division.

Hallman Sabri, executive director of the Sarawak Skills Group of Learning Institutions (Sarawak Skills) said they took take great pride in complementing the government and industries in their joint effort to develop Sarawak’s, and Malaysia’s human capital.

“Indeed, we are grateful to the Sarawak government and the Sri Aman Development Agency (SADA) for facilitating the establishment of the new learning centre and promoting various talent development initiatives in this region.”

“As part of our ongoing effort to advance the noble objectives of talent development for the benefit of the populace in the Sri Aman division, our branch will be offering various short courses over the next few months followed by a range of industry-relevant skills programmes later this year,” he said.

Commencing Feb 19, they have launched a number of short courses, including Basic Electrical Wiring, Computer Repair and Maintenance, and Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

They expect to offer 10 short courses in February and March 2024, with more than 200 registered participants for the aforementioned short courses.

Hallman, who is also the chairman of the Federation of Malaysian Skills Development Centres (FMSDC), stated that Sarawak Skills Sri Aman intends to offer a variety of Malaysian Skills Certificate (Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia) programmes in the second half of this year, including Computer System and Networking, Electrical, and Plantation.

“These programmes will go a long way towards supporting the transformation of Sarawak’s six key economic sectors (main engines of growth) in line with the Sarawak Post-Covid-19 Development Strategy 2030 (PCDS 2030),” he added.

For additional details regarding the short courses and programme enrollment at Sarawak Skills Sri Aman, contact centre manager Dexter Jagit at 014-8843143 or via email at More information may be obtained from Sarawak Skills Sri Aman’s Facebook page (Sarawak Skills Sri Aman). — DayakDaily