Corporate Development Section
Corporate Directors Training Programme (CDTP)
The Corporate Directors Training Programme (CDTP) is mooted in line with the Government’s aspirations towards achieving the objectives of a K-Economy. This is to ensure that company directors are equipped with basic knowledge of the laws and rules applicable to the entities they are responsible for. This programme is designed to help directors better understand organisational issues and that they are cognisant of statutory and industrial developments that impact them personally and their company.
It is vital for directors of non-listed companies to undergo this training programme to equip themselves with the necessary knowledge. With appropriate understanding and awareness of their roles and responsibilities and corporate governance, compliance level would be greatly improved, thereby enhancing the healthy and dynamic investment environment and image of the country in the corporate world.
This programme is intended for potential, new and sitting directors and executive management. It is also highly recommended for management consultants.
Licensed Secretaries Training Programme (LSTP)
Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM) has initiated efforts to conduct the Licensed Secretaries Training Program (LSTP) to enhance the knowledge, skill and competencies and encourage proper conduct amongst officers in companies.
The main objective of this program is to instil pertinent knowledge to participants in all aspects of company secretarial practice.
Participants will be equipped with clear understanding of the compliance requirements which are crucial to assist them in rendering their duties according to the provisions of the Companies Act 1965 and other related regulations.
Half-Day Seminar On ‘Latest Updates of The Companies Act 1965’
The objective of this half-day seminar on the ‘Latest Updates of the Companies Act 1965’ is to provide stakeholders a better understanding of the updates on the amendments to Companies Act 1965. Targeted at SSM’s stakeholders, i.e., trade associations, corporate, private and public agencies, intermediaries, academicians and students of higher institutions, SSM had the following objectives:
- To keep stakeholders up-to-date with Malaysia’s Companies Act 1965;
- To create awareness on how the changes in legislation affect their business decision is vital;
- To respond to issues and regulatory problems raised by participants in their dealings with SSM;
- To provide a wealth of useful information; and
- To share experiences and to hear the latest practices and requirements from regulators.
This programme can be organised as in-house programme.