Alhamdulillah, on 14th March 2020, our second TTT Alumni Gathering took place at Pulse Grande, Putrajaya.
This year’s gathering has proven to be a little bit more challenging to run compared to the first one last year.
The widespread of Covid-19 has caused fear and uncertainties to gather on the date which was planned months in advance.
We took extra measures to make sure the event was held in a safe and controlled environment. The hotel had thermal scanners at the main entrance and we placed anti-bacterial wipes on each table. Traveler-sized hand sanitisers were given out as door gifts to all 23 attendees.
The session started with a welcome address by Emcee of the Day, Ms. Syafa who flew all the way from Kuching, Sarawak 2 days prior to the event.
Access Ideas Malaysia’s Lead Trainer, En Ahmad Fauzan Othman took the stage next to recap the progress of plans announced during the first gathering. He later presented a snapshot of data in regards to the active level of the 201 TTT Alumni before unveiling a plan to overcome concerns of achieving the numbers to stay active in the HRDF space.
Next, En Soffian, Head of Training Market gave some insights into the current landscape of our training industry with a peek into what’s coming next. Attendees were given the opportunity to express their concerns and share inputs to be noted by HRDF – especially in view of the Covid-19 outbreak.
The second guest speaker for the day was Mr. Kasevan from MACC. He presented on the issue of preventing corruption in the training industry via Section 17A under the MACC Act that will be enforced starting 1st June 2020. There were plenty of concerns clarified by Mr. Kasevan during the Q&A and attendees were definitely more aware of the DOs and DON’Ts which was in line with the introduction of Trainer’s Code of Ethics to the new HRDF Train-The-Trainer content.
After a short break, the session continued with Business Showcase from each alumni. Since we believe in supporting each other with the same core values, the alumni took the opportunity not only to connect with each other but offered help in hopes to support one another.
We were very pleased with the outcome as several meaningful relationships and potential business collaborations were established during this session.
Team AIM sincerely thank all parties involved and hopes to continue this initiative with more in the future, InsyaAllah.
Stay safe all and see you again!
Access Ideas Malaysia