Programmes

Supply Chain Development

One of NAICO Malaysia’s functions is to oversee the development of the aerospace industry supply chain in order to ensure progress is aligned with THE 12th Malaysia Plan.

NAICO Malaysia has covered many projects related to the supply chain in Malaysia, such as strategic partnerships, aerospace grant initiatives, engagement with OEMs and top tier companies, and promotions.

Current Aerospace Supply Chain

Latest Development

Malaysia has secured RM5.7 billion worth of work packages for aerospace manufacturing and RM600 million worth of MRO projects since post-COVID.

Talent Development

NAICO Malaysia as Industry Lead Body for Aerospace Industry (Skills Development) and Technical Expert Panel for Malaysia Board of Technologists (MBOT)

Continuous Professional Program (CPD)

NAICO Malaysia is supporting the ongoing process of learning and development of professional engagement to enhance the workforce’ knowledge, skills, and capabilities in the aerospace industry. CPD in the aerospace industry includes technical and non-technical fields of various sectors. It enables individuals to maintain and improve their professional competence, adapt to the latest changes in the industry, and meet the evolving demands of their roles.

NAICO Malaysia has collaborated with professional bodies such as the Malaysia Board of Technologist (MBOT), Technological Association Malaysia (TAM), The Institute of Engineers Malaysia (IEM), and the Department of Skills Development (Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran, JPK) to recognise and support professional development and career growth in this industry.

  1. Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
    CPD is one of the conditions for the renewal of the certificate of registration for Professional Technologists or Certified Technicians.
    Malaysia Board of Technologist (MBOT) promotes lifelong learning through the implementation of Continuing Professional Development (CPD). In MBOT, CPD is essential to renewing the certificate of registration for Professional Technologists and Certified Technicians only. CPD is counted by hours and can be obtained through CPD activities.

  2. Recognition Of Prior Achievements (PPT)
    Recognition of Prior Achievement (PPT) by the Department of Skills Development (JPK) is a method to give recognition to any individual who can demonstrate skills outlined in the National Occupational Skills Standards (NOSS) based on prior experience and achievements.
    The Malaysian Skills Certification Programme was first introduced on 13 September 1996 to acknowledge the contribution of skilled workers in the country. It emphasises the concept of life-long learning, and this process can help individuals evaluate and develop the learning they have acquired through formal and informal means.