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Child Development

Development and Application of Human Capital Values Program

Children who are given protection and are undergoing rehabilitation at either institution Childhood Home (RKK), Sekolah Tunas Bakti (STB), Taman Seri Puteri (TSP) or Probation Hostels (AA) have different backgrounds and types of criminal offenses. Performed previous convictions which mostly stems from religious beliefs and poor self-esteem. Therefore, the Social Welfare Department (JKM) to develop these children through programs such as the following:

1. Basic Class Of Fardhu Ain

Children in institutions are required to attend Basic classes of Fardhu Ain. Through this class, children will be taught and applied to a variety of religious knowledge such as Fiqh, Tawheed, Recitation and Worship to increase religious knowledge to them. This program is important as one of spiritual recovery in the child.

2. Self Development Transformation And Mind Camp

Through this program, children in institutions will be exposed to a variety of activities that can increase the motivation and enthusiasm to turn a child into a more positive thinking and has a noble character. Normally, the program will be held outside the institution for 3 days to give a new and different experience for children.

3. Visit of Love Program

JKM through Children Division was planning annually a visit program at each institution children to establish relationships and foster better relationships between children. Apart from the pilgrimage, during this program will be fardu Ain test as well as some positive values ​​such as lectures, counseling, prayers and remembrance guide.

4. Smart Learning and Student Motivation Seminar

JKM never ignore the future of children in institutions that will take major examinations every year such as UPSR, PMR and SPM. Therefore, the Division of Children held a Smart Learning and Student Motivation seminar to help children understand the rules and learn the proper techniques and increase their motivation.

5. Institutions Skills Training Program

JKM Protection and Rehabilitation institutions conducts skills training for the children who dropout from academic institution. A total of about 60 per cent of children in institutions attend training programs skills. Skills training program includes a number of areas, namely:

  • • Automotive
  • • Electric
  • • Welding
  • • Building
  • • Cuisine (Bakeri)
  • • Sewing
  • • IT

Skills training program conducted in the child Welfare institutions is based on the implementation of the Malaysian Skills Certification System (SKM), coordinated by the Department of Skill Development (JPK). All modules of teaching and learning (T & P) was developed based on the National Occupational Skills Standards (NOSS) or the National Occupational Skills Standards (NOSS). In addition, children in institutions also follow a modular training programs. Among the programs are modular are:>

  • • Handicraft (souvenirs)
  • • Batik painting and glazing
  • • Haircut
  • • Ferro cement
  • • Computer

6. Academic Class

Social Welfare Department (JKM) has never ignore children future even when they are in the Welfare institutions. Children will follow the formal academic classes like other kids at school that close to the institution. In addition, for certain cases, there are still children who are pursue academic classes in these institutions.

Even these children, too, will take major exams such as UPSR, PMR and SPM and there children had achieved impressive results further extend the study to a higher level. Based on the record there is a child from the Welfare institutions who managed extend to higher education institutions such as the International Islamic University (IIUM), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UiTM), ATMA, National Youth Skills Institute (IKBN) and Industrial Training Institute (ILP).

The Social Welfare Department has also trained more staff to handle the KIA 2M Class. As a result the child in the Welfare institutions benefit from KIA 2M after attending this class.

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