Skills Competency Assessment (PKK)
Skills Competency Assessment Program (PKK)
The Skills Competency Assessment Program is implemented in accordance with the requirements of Section 33A, Act 520 (Amended 2011). Through this program, the competence of construction workers will be assessed and accredited to certify them as competent construction workers. Competent construction workers will qualify them to perform skilled work in the construction industry based on their area of expertise.
PKK Program Objective
- a) To improve the quality and production of works at the construction site through the implementation of skilled work by those who are qualified and competent.
- b) The implementation of responsibilities and competencies is in accordance with the requirements of the National Occupational Skill Standard (NOSS).
- c) Recognize and enhance the career of construction workers through accreditation and certification.
Applications are open to the following individuals:
- a) Local Construction Workers
- b) Permanent Resident Level Construction Workers
- c) Foreign Construction Workers
- d) Any individual other than the categories mentioned above who are interested in having their skills assessed can apply and follow this program subject to the conditions set.
Terms of Application
All applicants for the Skills Competency Assessment Program (PKK) must:
- 1. Include the Industrial Experience Certificate Form.Applicants must have at least six (6) months of recent work experience in the trades applied for and must obtain confirmation (stamp & signature) from the latest employer.
- 2. For applicants who are self-employed, do not have an employer and the owner of a company involved in carrying out construction works, it is necessary to fill in the Statutory Declaration Form for Application for Skill Competence Assessment (PKK) and include a list of construction works/projects that have been carried out; OR
- 3. Have attended relevant skills training in the trade applied for and recognized by CIDB (please upload a copy of the certificate).
- 4. For the Welding, Blaster & Painter (BPO) and Non Destructive Testing (NDT) trades, the implementation of the accreditation program will be based on ISO/IEC 17024:2012 certification (Conformity Assessment: General Requirements for Bodies Operating Certification of Persons).
Payment method :
- a) Online Payment using Internet Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card transactions.
- b) Cash payment is not acceptable.
CIDB sponsors part of the assessment fee for local applicants only who meet the following criteria:
- a) Applicants must have at least six (6) months of experience
- b) Have a valid Construction Personnel Registration Card.
- c) Registered as construction personnel under the following categories:
- General Construction Worker
- Semi-Skilled Construction Worker
- Skilled Construction Worker
* For categories of construction workers other than above are not eligible to be sponsored and must make full payment.
Attendance To The Assessment Session
All participants/candidates must ensure their presence during the assessment session based on the assessment date that has been set. Candidates who fail to attend the assessment session scheduled by ABM/CIDB Technologies without any official notification will be considered failed and no refund of fees will be considered. Participants/candidates need to submit a new application if they want to continue with the Skills Competency Assessment Program (PKK).
Applicants/candidates who have passed and are competent, the CIDB will issue a CONSTRUCTION SKILLS COMPETENCE CERTIFICATE (SKKP)
- Section 33A (1)
No construction site supervisor or skilled construction worker shall engage or be engaged, or undertake to engage or be engaged as a construction site supervisor or skilled construction worker unless he is accredited and certified by the Board and holds a valid certificate issued by the Board under this Act .
- Section 33A (6)
Any person who employs any construction site supervisor or skilled construction worker who is not accredited and certified by the Board to carry out any construction work commits an offense and shall, on conviction, be fined not exceeding five thousand ringgit.
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