"Management From The Core "
  
  

ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Code
Title
Duration
OD 1
Train The Trainer (TTT)
5
OD 2
Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
2
OD 3
Effective Decision Making
2
OD 4
Effective Leadership Practices
2
OD 5
Effective Communication Skills
2
OD 6
Effective Task Delegation Skills
2
OD 7
Problem Solving and Decision making
2
OD 8
Effective Presentation Skills
2
OD 9
Improving Work Performance
2
OD 10
What Makes a Leader?
2
OD 11
Effective Report Writing
2
OD 12
Effective Business Communication
2
OD 13 Self-Motivation 2
OD 14 Time Management 2
OD 15 Positive Work Culture 2
OD 16 Counseling, Coaching and Mentoring 2
OD 17 On the Job Training 2
OD 18 Lead Operator Development 2
OD 19 Winning Mentality 2

Remarks:-

Krissai is HRDF Certified Training provider for TTT program and also conducts classes both in-house and public programmes under HRDF umbrella as well as Krissai

Krissai is HRDF Certified TNA consultancy firm and actively involved in SME Training needs Analysis Consultancy Scheme (Fully Funded 100 % by HRDF). Contact us for more details on eligibility and criteria if you have less than 150 Malaysian Employees and contribute monthly your HRD levy.

News and Updates
Recently completed TNA projects under SME consultancy scheme in collaboration with HRDF are:

  • Capitol Hotel, Bukit Bintang.
    (TNA Consultancy)
  • Channel Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd
    (TNA Consultancy)
  • Top Empire Sdn Bhd
    (TNA Consultancy)
  • Infastech (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
    (TNA Consultancy)
  • Sun Tyre Industries Sdn. Bhd.
    (TNA Consultancy)
  • KEWPIE Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
    (TNA Consultancy)

Latihan Pengendali Makanan (LPM), Food handler training ‘approved by’ BKKM, KKM (MOH) 

  • According to Food Act 1983 and ‘Peraturan Kebersihan Makanan 2009’ or ‘Food Hygiene Regulation 2009’ all food handlers (outlets, restaurants, stalls and factories) are required to undergo Food Handler Training ("LPM") and get certified by BKKM approved Food Handler Training School ("SLPM" or "Sekolah Latihan Pengendali Makanan"). Failure to comply with this can lead to Fine of Not More Than RM 10,000 per person and/or jail for Not More Than 2 years.

  • This is a mandatory requirement effective January 1, 2014.

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