GULL Asia: Malaysia
The State Government of Sabah adopts the GULL system to enhance skills and enterprise on a state-wide basis.
What is Tractors Malaysia planning?
Tractors Malaysia (TM) is part the Sime Darby group, manufacturing industrial equipment. TM has an excellent Academy for training and HR development and they plan to integrate the GULL system. This will enable TM to build their own professional qualification pathways in partnership with GULL.
Visiting the Tractors Malaysia Academy. Pictured: Richard Teare, Leong Chok Fong, Senior Manager, Human Resource Development & Dr. Vincent Tang, GULL Asia.
What is the Church planning?
The Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Malaysia is planning to use GULL to assist in every sphere of its activity – from development pathways for church pastors, staff and church members to social and community action. One aspiration is to enable church members to generate employment for others by opening new businesses.
Planning meeting with senior team members of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Malaysia. Front left: Dr. Richard Teare, Front right: Pastor Leong Fai, President, Seventh-Day Adventist Corporation (Malaysia).
What is the State Government of Sabah, Malaysia planning?
The State Government of Sabah, Malaysia has approved a plan to use the GULL system to enhance human resource development skills and enterprise on a State-wide basis. The objective is to involve all employers – from SMEs to large organizations. Implementation begins in April 08.
Setting the scene:
Dr. Charles Augustin, GULL Asia (left) agrees a plan to utilize the GULL system throughout the State of Sabah with Y. B. Datuk Ewon Ebin, Minister of Industrial Development (centre).
What have the GULL Asia team been working on?
Three of the GULL Asia team have been conferred with the GULL professional Doctor of Management award for their work in creating a strategic plan for the implementation of the GULL system in Asia.
Dr. Chay Fook Wing (left); Dr. Charles Augustin, (centre) and Dr. Vincent Tang (right) – GULL’s first recipients of the Professional Doctor of Management award.
The creation and implementation of a strategic plan for GULL Asia
Dr. Chay addressed the question: ‘How will GULL Asia become a successful distribution hub, a catalyst for change and the enabler of a new, widely adopted and recognized approach to lifelong learning throughout the region?’
Dr. Chay Fook Wing, Regional Representative, GULL Asia with Dr. Richard Teare, President, GULL.
The creation and implementation of a business plan for GULL Asia
Dr. Augustin addressed the question: ‘How will GULL Asia secure corporate sales and lead the development of a new, widely adopted and recognized approach to lifelong learning at work throughout the region?’
Dr. Charles Augustin, Director of Business Development, GULL Asia (left) with Ramli Khamis, Richard Teare and Vincent Tang.
Managing GULL system applications throughout Asia
Dr. Tang addressed the question: ‘How will GULL Asia use and manage the GULL system (especially user training, operations, administration and quality assurance) via its network of country representatives and corporate applications from its central location in Kuala Lumpur?’
Dr. Vincent Tang, Director of Communications, GULL Asia with Dr. Richard Teare, President, GULL.
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