Elite Core Programs

Elite Core Programs

According to data from Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) released in 2014, only 3 to 4 per cent Malaysians become entrepreneurs.

For record this is a small amount to reflect, compared to other developing countries.  Malaysians do have all the necessary potentials that can unleash to be successful entrepreneurs.

Since we have a good working platform in Malaysia, most of them opt to earn a simple living and do not take risk to become entrepreneurs.

In Malaysia, the living standard is comparatively in an average status. We are in the middle status quo of urban poverty which is classified as B40 meaning that those earning below RM3,000. Those earning below that category is placed under B40. Generally statistics show that around 40% of Malaysians are in this category.

In order to handle this issue, one of the best alternatives is to empower Malaysians become entrepreneurs. We need to train and instill the attitude of entrepreneurship.

Once we have more entrepreneurs and not settling for a day to day income job, we can come out from this B40 category.

Indirectly, it will help to grow the nation’s success in terms of economic and social achievements.

Entrepreneur Development Program.

Our way to achieve this entrepreneurship aspiration is through an initiative to train and align those aspiring young entrepreneurs within the business world.

For example you may work as a foreman. But owning and operating a mechanic shed is a different ball game. So this is our direction and way forward. Rather than creating more professionals, we need leading business personalities to lead business.

For this t happen, we need to guide, train and lead them. Once they have obtained the necessary entrepreneurial skills, they will be able to self-sustain and help other aspiring entrepreneurs as well.

On top of that, we will work closely with all the relevant stake holders that will help to realize our dream.

This networking will work with all the local government agencies and international agencies.

More importantly, we are also looking towards cross boundary business partnerships with other personalities from around the world.

Other assistance that can be rendered as follow:

  • Prepare for Interview session
  • Networking session with other business leaders
  • Business motivation and leadership training
  • Teaching and Guiding on Import and Export methods
  • Market Survey and Analysis
  • Incubator program that will help to create a real setup to run and manage business.

Business Financing from certain financial institutions.

“Re-Skilling Malaysia”
Our association organised a program known as ‘Re-Skilling Malaysia’. This program is created to provide job opportunities for anyone who wants to increase or up-skill their expertise in a particular field by working in a different environment. We identified an ideal environment in New Zealand and Australia. From our observation, they had a well-balanced place and train programs that will be helpful for anyone who wants to increase their knowledge and expertise. For a start, we promoted on construction sector. Those working in this industry, were sent to either Australia and New Zealand through our contacts to be placed and get additional working experience. For those who were lacking on English as a mode of communication, we also arranged short classes that will help them to communicate better. By placing those in relevant industry we identified that they managed to gain more expertise and their confidence level increased. By having this additional experience it will help to propel for better job opportunities or become a successful businessman in construction sector. Even some managed to save extra amount of money, brought back to Malaysia and opened a new business in construction sector as well as introduced the latest innovation and technology from the sector.
Go Export Program

Go Export Program (GEP)

Our association through its initiative conducted a market survey in ASEAN, Australia and New Zealand. There is a great potential to export Malaysian local products to these places.
However, we also found out from our survey, many local producers from Malaysia do not have a proper and detailed understanding to export their product overseas.

Even though they experiment to export their products, some of them fail in their endeavor.
To address this situation and help the local producer to export their products, our association is highly geared to pave a way to export local product internationally.
We do guide all our local producers in term of financing, trading, logistics, marketing and identifying the local markets that will be suitable for them.
On top of that, we have been graciously supporting Malaysian government initiative to export more products from Malaysia.
It is our main aspiration to see more Malaysian products being pushed on international market.
Our local products have the best quality and a great demand from international buyers.
By pushing local traders to go for international market, we can increase our economic value as well.

It is also part for increasing and balancing trade surplus for the nation.
Our association has all the necessary International contacts with the local producers can leverage to export their products to overseas.

Let’s Export Malaysia’s product through GEP

Our Elite Training Centre solely teaches aspiring entrepreneurs on pragmatic skills that will be essential to their daily affairs in managing a business.

By keep the theory short, we emphasis on job placement and let the entrepreneurs have a feel becoming as an entrepreneur.

We were aspired to see and emulate the success experience by Virgin Group led by Sir Richard Branson.
Most of his programs do emphasis on a real job experience then later learn the nitty-gritty of business techniques.

Most business schools only emphasis on academic, but we focus more on practical knowledge that will be better train and equip aspiring entrepreneurs to get a solid feel about the business world.


Our unique training emphasis more on practical knowledge rather than theory. We will provide brief training and then allow the aspiring entrepreneur to engage in real life business world. To monitor them we will assign to a coach and leader who will teach along the way. This makes an entrepreneur more street savvy.

We believe business skills come from practice and managing effectively. There is no short-cut for success, eventually giving birth to winning entrepreneurs.


Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is defined in the AQF as follows: Recognition of prior learning is an assessment process that involves assessment of an individual’s relevant prior learning (including formal, informal and non-formal learning) to determine the credit outcomes of an individual application for credit.

HRDF Short Courses.
We are recognized by the local government agency recognition given under the Human Resource Ministry.
In this course we ensure that all the aspects of Human Resource, Management and Law is exposed to the students that will be directly used in their working experience.

Overseas studying and working

We have our extensive network in Australia and New Zealand. We encourage young students to study there plus get a working experience. It will be a balanced act. They will get knowledge, experience and importantly make a handful of money to sustain as well as save for further endeavor.

Through our contacts, we will connect them with international colleges, get job placement and any other necessary assistance required for the new traveller.
It is also a good exposure to travel and learn the cultures of other people especially on running a business.