"One of Gamuda's core value is to develop new talents and our people."
Allen Fong - DESIGN MANAGER
Based in Damansara Jaya, this dedicated in-house training arm provides a wide array of training throughout the year. The internal and external courses cover Management and Leadership; Personal Development; Business Communication; Contract Administration; Finance; and Information Technology Applications, among others.
Apart from open areas for casual discussions, the vibrant centre also houses a library offering a variety of titles spanning topics on soft skill and management to technical competencies.. Gamuda achieved a milestone when CIDB accredited the Construction Management Programme (CMP), a training curriculum offered by GLC. The centre is now considered an Accredited Training Centre (Pusat Latihan Bertauliah or PLB in short) following the submission of the CMP training modules for their consideration.
The CDU is set up to support and encourage employees to take ownership of their career in Gamuda. CDU provides internal career guidance and coaching to enhance employee’s effectiveness in current and future roles. All Gamudians are welcome to engage with the team in CDU, as well as to access assessment tools to discover their personal strengths and development needs.
With the fast pace in digital construction technology, BIM (Building Information Modelling) is proving to be a major game changer in the industry. We are glad to be part of the BIM team in Gamuda Land to digitise construction processes and bring multiple teams together for effective collaboration. The whole idea is to design, manage and execute a project across its lifecycle in the most efficient wayProject Management Unit, Gamuda Land:
Nana Andrea Anak Simon Atin, Engineer(L) Ros Aimi Binti Suhaimi, BIM Modeller(M) Muhamad Shamil B Hamdan, Engineer(R)
Upholding our core value of Developing Our People, Gamuda endeavours to help Gamudians excel both at work and also on a personal level. Furthermore, our involvement in the building of the KVMRT was not limited to just enhancing connectivity among Malaysians but gave rise to establishing training academies to upskill Malaysians.
Established in 1997 as a non-profit training centre dedicated to upgrading competencies and skills in the construction industry, it remains as the only one-stop training centre for plant operators in Malaysia. GPOS has since provided plant operation competency training to approximately 40,000 trainees.
CTU provides young site supervisors and young engineers with development programs encompassing real site work exposure. The non-profit organization facilitates the training with internationally benchmarked construction skills adopted from the best practices in Australia, Europe and Singapore in order to springboard trainees’ careers in the dynamic construction industry.
The key objective of TTA is to develop a sustainable pool of specialists, technicians and skilled labourers equipped with tunnelling skills to support the rollout of the KVMRT and other similar projects around the world. TTA was conceived by YAB Tun Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad to improve the level of tunnelling skills during the construction of SMART Tunnel in 2003. Under a pact with the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Youth and Sports, TTA is offering internships to students from community colleges and the National Youth Skills Institute (IKBN). Interested to apply? Send your resume to ttarecruitment(at)gamuda.com.my!
The KVMRT Training Centre was set up to develop skills required for the efficient delivery of the KVMRT. Placing a strong emphasis on workers’ safety and health, every personnel involved in the KVMRT project (approximately 25,000 as of Jan 2018) will be required to undergo training at the centre. A Safety Passport will then be awarded upon training completion to certify a high level of knowledge on safety processes, procedures and standards.