Who are we?

SHRDC is a learning centre formed in February 1992 through a smart partnership between the Government and the private sector with an aim of improving the human resource pool in Malaysia.

What is our objective / strategic intent?

The primary objective of the SHRDC is to develop world class talent through change and innovation leading to positive impact on performance improvement and companies' bottom line and be benchmarked as Malaysia's premier centre for competency-based learning.


We not only run with change but stimulate change. We are always open to how different people see ideas, how various attitudes trigger separate results, and accept change as a positive feature in how we do things. In today's world, change is the only constant.


We work tirelessly in seeking better ways of doing things, always striving to surpass expectations and constantly works towards improvement in every area of its expertise be it tangible or intangible. Innovation is a fundamental element is getting and staying ahead of the game.


We aim to create impact in all the services that they undertake. Whether you are an employee or an organisation as a whole, the SHRDC promise is that you leave with a positive experience in the shorter or longer term, fiscally and motivationally. We will ultimately be the driving force in impacting your bottom line.

What do we do?

SHRDC offers a wide range of high quality and relevant courses to individuals and organisations looking to raise their own benchmarks. We not only provide top tier management courses across all industries but also niche trainings and certifications for specific competencies in the areas of Electronics and Electrical, Information and Communications Technology, Microsystems, Plastics Technology and Soft skills / Essential Skills.

How do we do it?

SHRDC establishes and nurtures key relationships with strategic partners such as blue chip organisations in the manufacturing and technological fields, professional institutions, the global vocational education and training industry, and the necessary Government bodies to offer part-time, full-time and short courses through five business units:

  • Electronics and Electrical (Manufacturing Technology)
  • Information and Communications Technology
  • Microsystems Technology
  • Plastics Technology
  • Soft Skills / Essential Skills
  • Solar Photovoltaic Technology