TVS inks MOU with SEGi on talent development, work-based learning

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KUCHING: TVS inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with SEGi Group of Colleges focusing on Sarawak graduates’ talent development and work-based learning (WBL) in Kuching today.

The MoU aims to strengthen talent development, community event collaborations, internship placement and work-based learning initiatives between both organisations.

“We are excited to work closely with SEGi through this collaboration. At TVS, talent development is one of our priorities and in our second year of operations, we are now moving into developing the new talents for the industry,” said Suhaimi Sulaiman, chief executive officer of TVS.

TVS was represented by Suhaimi during the MoU signing with the Principal of SEGi College Sarawak, Dr Susie Lau Meng Ching who represented the CEO of SEGi Group of Colleges, Stella Lau Kah Wai.

“SEGi is proud to collaborate with TVS and we believe it is aligned with Sarawak Government’s direction to produce market-ready talents (graduates) for the digital economy,” said Dr Susie Lau.

The collaboration is expected to develop about 300 graduates from all SEGi Group of Colleges especially in Sarawak and the work-based learning modules shall enhance their competency.

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