In today’s complex and demanding job market, education is the most valuable asset for succeeding in the workplace. Under the present difficult economic conditions, the Expo Pemuda PWTC 2016, takes on more importance as it offers the opportunity to visitors to explore all the possibilities available for studying and working in Malaysia or abroad and to exhibitors the possibility to inform a wide audience, network, exchange information and ideas, recruit students and look for collaborations and alliances. It also includes a Jobs & Skills Fair focusing on opportunities in both the job and training markets.

5 MySkills students participated in the programme namely, Suria Darshini, Thanaletchumi, Thiban, Teyaseri and Tharani accompanied by Ms Sivapreeyah, and Ms Vyanthi. Many visited our booth, some came back to buy our pastry items baked by our bakery students. We managed to sell all our pastries. Our students expressed that they learnt how to socialize and market their pastry products in a mega exhibition like this.

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