All Malaysian school leavers with PMR/SPM, aged between 15 to 35 tahun and able to speak and write in Malay or English are eligible for entry
Malaysian Skills Certification are available through three ( 3 ) methods :
- Through a Recognized Training InstitutionsMethod through training programs at accredited centers in the field of DSD certain level of skill and have been commissioned.
- Through Industry -Oriented Training ( SLDN )The method of apprenticeship training in the National Dual Training System ( SLDN ) conducted in industrial and skills training institutes .
- Through the Accreditation of Prior Achievement ( PPT )Methods of obtaining the Malaysian Skills Certification through past experience ( work or training ) without the need to take an exam .
Candidates are required to submit proof of the skills that have been held to be assessed by the Valuation Officer and approved by External Verification Officer appointed DSD .