SUBANG JAYA, MARCH 25: The young generation is encouraged to continue using the opportunities provided by the State Government through the Selangor Smart Technical and Professional Skills Initiative (IKTISASS).
Singer and actress, Atilia Haron, said the program was made successful with the allocation of RM52 million and provided many benefits especially to the young generation in building a career in the future.
“This program is very good and helps a lot of young people to get new information related to the training scheme offered so that they can participate to continue their studies.
“I think the young generation should not miss this good opportunity because many facilities are provided through IKTISASS,” he told SelangorKini here, today.
As a child of Selangor, he said, he was very proud of the program and hoped it would continue.
He said, IKTISASS provides a platform for the target group to get skills training in line with current technological developments.
“As an artist, I myself delved into this development and used the facilities of social media to build a career,” said the Shah Alam native.
Atilia is one of the celebrities involved in the IKTISASS 2018 program held at the Sunway Convention Center here, from Friday to today.
The opening ceremony was completed by Dato’ Menteri Besar, Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali.
IKTISASS is a State Government initiative to provide opportunities for millennials to work on skills training to ensure marketability with high income and increase the value chain of human capital.