TCS Malaysia Expands Jobs Creation and Graduate Training Programme
TCS Malaysia is expanding its jobs creation programme in the technology sector – driving growth in the digital economy and supporting efforts by the Ministry of Human Resources to expand access to high-quality career opportunities in Malaysia.
TCS Malaysia’s career and graduate training opportunities will be cross-listed in the Human Resources Development Fund Placement Centre (HPC) launched by the Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF), a one-stop portal that matches employers from a wide range of industries and sectors to the right candidates. The HPC aims to fill immediate vacancies, offer training and development opportunities, besides addressing the talent skill gap as well as connecting workers with an expansive list of coaches and trainers for career counselling and advice.
Currently, TCS has listed close to 400 high-skilled jobs in the HPC, including business analysts, cybersecurity specialists, cloud engineers, enterprise architects, full stack developers and UI/UX designers. Additionally, TCS is offering its Initial Learning Programme (ILP) – a two-month learning and hands-on training programme for fresh graduates that plugs the skills gap – to new recruits. ILP focuses on developing technology skills such as coding, data analytics and software or application development, as well as soft skills such as problem solving, creativity and communication skills.
Since the ILP’s launch in 2020, TCS Malaysia has successfully hired 100 fresh graduates during the pandemic across four intakes, and placed them in projects within the company. Another 50 positions for fresh graduates will be offered in the upcoming ILP intake for August 2021.