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MTCP Programme

THE MALAYSIAN TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAM (MTCP) was first initiated at the First Commonwealth Heads of Government Regional Meeting (CHOGRM) for Asia Pacific Region in Sydney in February 1978. It was officially launched on 7 September 1980 at the 2nd CHOGRM in New Delhi, India, to signify Malaysia’s commitment to South-South Cooperation, in particular Technical Cooperation among Developing Countries (TCDC).

In line with the spirit of South-South Cooperation, Malaysia through the MTCP shares its development experiences and expertise with other developing countries. The MTCP was first formulated based on the belief that the development of a country depends on the quality of its human resources. The programme forms part of the commitment of the Malaysian Government towards the promotion of technical cooperation among developing countries, strengthening of regional and sub-regional cooperation, as well as nurturing collective self-reliance among developing countries.

The MTCP emphasizes the development of human resources through the provision of training in various areas which are essential for a country’s development such as public administration, good governance, health services, education, sustainable development, agriculture, poverty alleviation, investment promotion, ICT and banking. Since its inception in 1980, more than 33,000 participants from 144 recipient countries have benefited from the various programmes offered under the MTCP. More information at MTCP website: www.mtcp.kln.gov.my

The objectives of MTCP are :

  1. To share Malaysia’s development experience with other developing countries;
  2. To strengthen bilateral ties with developing countries;
  3. To encourage and promote South-South Cooperation; and
  4. To encourage and promote technical cooperation within developing countries

MTCP COURSES OFFERED BY CIDB HOLDINGS YEAR 2019

YearCourseTraining DateApplication Closing DateBrochureOnline Application
2019Development of Physical Infrastructure in Malaysia1 – 10 July 20191 May 2019DownloadClick Here
2019Mixed Developments Projects - Sharing Success Stories & Best Practices29 July - 7 Aug 20191 May 2019DownloadClick Here

PAST PROGRAM BY CIDB HOLDINGS

YearCourse TitleTraining DateApplication Close DateBrochurePhoto
2017Construction Skills Training Program04 – 13 Sept 201721 July 2017
2016Train The Trainer –Construction Skills Training Program18 – 27 July 201630 May 2016
2016Smart Way to Build Industrialised Building System29 Sept 201619 Aug 2016

Application

Submitted application forms must be accompanied by the applicant’s:

  • Copy of Passport
  • Passport sized coloured photo (3.5cm x 5cm)
  • Medical Report

 

The application must be completed & endorsed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs/Focal Points responsible for the MTCP program in the applicant’s country, then submitted through the applicant’s government to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia, via a Note Verbale from the applicant’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and must reach CIDB Holdings at least 2 months (to be advised accordingly) prior to the commencement of course.

Enquiries

Applicants can either approach their respective Malaysian Official Representative or email to the following address:

CIDB Holdings Sdn Bhd
Corporate Communication & Collaboration Division
Level 22, Menara Dato’ Onn, Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC)
No.45, Jln Tun Ismail, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA

Tel : 603-4042 8880
Fax : 603-4042 2880
Email : mtcp.cidbh@cidb.gov.my

Officer in Charge
1) Ms Nor Julaila Musa
Email : norjulaila@cidbholdings.com.my

2) Mdm Nor Baizura Abd Rahman
Email : baizura@cidb.gov.my

For more details, kindly refer MTCP Official portal at mtcp.kln.gov.my

List of Countries

  1. ASEAN
1. Brunei Darussalam 2. Cambodia 3. Indonesia
4. Lao People’s Democratic Republic 5. Myanmar 6. Philippines
7.  Singapore 8. Thailand 9. Vietnam

 

  1. WEST ASIA
1. Algeria 2. Bahrain 3. Egypt
4. Iran 5. Iraq 6. Jordan
7. Kuwait 8. Lebanon 9. Libya
10. Morocco 11. Oman 12. Palestinian Territory
13. Qatar 14. Saudi Arabia 15. Syrian Arab Republic
16. Tunisia 17. United Arab Emirates 18. Yemen Arab Rep

 

  1. SAARC COUNTRIES
1. Afghanistan 2. Bangladesh 3. Bhutan
4. India 5. Maldives 6. Nepal
7. Pakistan 8. Sri Lanka

 

  1. PACIFIC ISLANDS
1. Cook Islands 2. Fiji 3. Kiribati
4. Marshall Islands 5. Micronesia, Federated States Of 6. Nauru
7. Niue 8. Palau 9. Papua New Guinea
10. Samoa 11. Solomon Islands 12. Tonga
13. Tuvalu 14. Vanuatu

 

  1. EASTERN AND CENTRAL EUROPE
1. Albania 2. Bosnia And Herzegovina 3. Croatia
4. Georgia 5. Turkey 6. Ukraine

 

  1. SOUTH AMERICA
1. Argentina 2. Bolivia 3. Brazil
4. Chile 5. Colombia 6. Costa Rica
7. Ecuador 8. Mexico 9. Panama
10. Paraguay 11. Peru 12. Suriname
13. Uruguay 14. Venezuela

 

  1. THE CARRIBEAN
1. Antigua And Barbuda 2. Bahamas 3. Barbados
4. Belize 5. Cayman Islands 6. Cuba
7. Dominica 8. Dominican Republic 9. Grenada
10. Guyana 11. Haiti 12. Jamaica
13. Montserrat 14. Saint Kitts And Nevis 15. Saint Lucia
16. Saint Vincent And The Grenadines 17. Trinidad And Tobago 18. Turks And Caicos Islands
19. Virgin Islands, British

 

  1. AFRICA
1. Angola 2. Benin 3. Cape Verde Botswana
4. Burkina Faso 5. Cameroon 6. Central African Republic
7. Chad 8. Comoros 9. Congo, The Democratic Republic Of The
10. Cote Divoire 11. Djibouti 12. Equatorial Guinea
13. Eritrea 14. Ethiopia 15. Gabon
16. Gambia 17. Ghana 18. Guinea
19. Guinea-Bissau 20. Kenya 21. Lesotho
22. Liberia 23. Madagascar 24. Malawi
25. Mali 26. Mauritania 27. Mauritius
28. Mozambique 29. Namibia 30. Niger
31. Nigeria 32. Rwanda 33. Sao Tome And Principe
34. Senegal 35. Seychelles 36. Sierra Leone
37. Somalia 38. South Africa 39. South Sudan
40. Sudan 41. Swaziland 42. Tanzania, United Republic Of
43. Togo 44. Uganda 45. Zambia
46. Zimbabwe

 

  1. OTHER SEA AND ASIA
1. China 2. Mongolia 3. North Korea
4. Timor-Leste

 

  1. CIS
1. Azerbaijan 2. Kazakhstan 3. Kyrgyzstan
4. Tajikistan 5. Turkmenistan 6. Uzbekistan