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SIDC perkenal ICF sebagai panduan profesional pasaran modal
Thursday, July 06, 2017

KUALA LUMPUR – Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC), bahagian pembelajaran dan pembangunan Suruhanjaya Sekuriti Malaysia (SC), memperkenalkan Rangka Kerja Kecekapan Industri (ICF) yang baharu untuk memberi panduan sejagat bagi keupayaan kecekapan kepada profesional pasaran modal.

Langkah itu bertujuan untuk meningkatkan lagi daya saing industri susulan persekitaran global yang berubah-ubah.

Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif SIDC, Sharifatul Hanizah Said Ali berkata, ICF adalah tepat pada masanya bukan sahaja untuk menangani kekurangan bakat dalam industri tetapi juga untuk menghadapi cabaran masa hadapan dengan meningkatkan keupayaan organisasi.

“ICF direka bentuk untuk memacu prestasi mampan dengan memperkasa para profesional dan pekerja dalam industri yang sedia ada, ia berfungsi sebagai alat yang berguna untuk menilai kecekapan bagi peningkatan kerjaya dan perkembangan dalam pasaran modal,” katanya dalam satu kenyataan di sini hari ini.

Melangkah ke hadapan, ICF akan berfungsi sebagai asas bagi pembangunan kelayakan yang diselaraskan dengan kecekapan dan program latihan untuk pasaran modal, termasuk Kelayakan Profesional Pasaran Modal (CMPQ) SIDC yang akan dilancarkan pada akhir tahun ini.

Ia memperincikan pengetahuan, kemahiran dan ciri-ciri utama yang diperlukan untuk peranan yang relevan dalam aktiviti pasaran modal yang dikawal selia, dengan set petunjuk dan kriteria pengukuran tertentu.

Antara ciri-ciri utama rangka kerja ini ialah Kamus Keupayaan, alat yang menerangkan kecekapan teras yang berkaitan dengan peranan khusus bersama-sama dengan tahap kecekapan yang diperlukan.

Meliputi 58 jenis kecekapan dan merangkumi 105 peranan pekerjaan, ICF merupakan rangka kerja kecekapan komprehensif yang pertama bagi pasaran modal Malaysia.

Rangka kerja ini dijangka dapat memperluaskan kurikulum Pendidikan Profesional Berterusan, program pengetahuan teknikal mandatori, kemahiran dan etika bagi profesional pasaran modal, dengan memasukkan kecekapan tingkah laku seperti kemahiran pengurusan diri, pengurusan manusia dan kepimpinan organisasi.- MalaysiaGazette

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SIDC Unveils New Competency Framework To Enhance Industry Competitiveness
Thursday, July 06, 2017
KUALA LUMPUR, July 6 (Bernama)--The Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC) has introduced a new Industry Competency Framework (ICF) to further enhance the competitiveness of industries in view of the changing global landscape.

In a statement today, SIDC, the learning and development arm of the Securities Commission Malaysia, said the new framework was a universal guide for competency capabilities for capital market professionals.

Comprising 58 competency titles and covering 105 job roles, the ICF was the first comprehensive competency framework for the Malaysian capital market, it said... Read More
New competency framework introduced for capital market professionals
Thursday, July 06, 2017
PETALING JAYA: Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC) has introduced a new Industry Competency Framework (ICF) to provide universal guidance for competency capabilities for capital market professionals.

In a statement today, SIDC, the learning and development arm of the Securities Commission Malaysia, said the framework is aimed at further enhancing competitiveness of the industry in view of the changing global landscape.

"ICF is timely not only to address the industry's talent gap but also to cater for possible future challenges by enhancing organisational capabilities. Designed to drive sustainable performance by empowering current professionals and employees in the industry, it functions as a useful tool for assessing competencies for career mobility and progression in the capital market," said SIDC CEO Sharifatul Hanizah Said Ali.

Moving forward, ICF will serve as a building block for the development of competency-aligned qualifications and training programmes for the capital market, including SIDC's Capital Market Professional Qualification (CMPQ) which will be rolled-out at the end of the year.

It details the required key knowledge, skills and attributes for relevant roles under the regulated capital market activities, with its specific set of indicators and measurement criteria.

Among the framework's key features is the Competency Dictionary, a tool that describes the core competencies related to specific roles along with their associated required competency level. Comprising 58 competency titles and covering 105 job roles, ICF is the first comprehensive competency framework for the Malaysian capital market.

The framework is expected to expand the curriculum for Continuing Professional Education, a mandatory technical knowledge, skills and ethics programme for capital market professionals, to include behavioural competencies such as self-management skills, people management skills and organisational leadership skills.

For more information on ICF and its related resources, namely the Competency Model, Competency Dictionary and Competency Mapping, a microsite is made available at www.sidc.com.my/ICF. Read More
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New competency framework for capital market professionals
Thursday, July 06, 2017
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC) has introduced a new industry competency framework (ICF) to provide universal guidance for competency capabilities for capital market professionals.

In a statement Thursday, SIDC said the move aimed to further enhance competitiveness of the industry in view of the changing global landscape.

“ICF is timely not only to address the industry’s talent gap but also to cater for possible future challenges by enhancing organisational capabilities. Designed to drive sustainable performance by empowering current professionals and employees in the industry, it functions as a useful tool for assessing competencies for career mobility and progression in the capital market,” SIDC CEO Sharifatul Hanizah Said Ali said.

Moving forward, ICF will serve as a building block for the development of competency-aligned qualifications and training programmes for the capital market, including SIDC’s Capital Market Professional Qualification (CMPQ) which will be rolled-out at the end of the year. 

It details the required key knowledge, skills and attributes for relevant roles under the regulated capital market activities, with its specific set of indicators and measurement criteria.

SIDC said among the framework’s key features was the competency dictionary, a tool that describes the core competencies related to specific roles along with their associated required competency level. Comprising 58 competency titles and covering 105 job roles, ICF is the first comprehensive competency framework for the Malaysian capital market.

The framework is expected to expand the curriculum for continuing professional education, a mandatory technical knowledge, skills and ethics programme for capital market professionals, to include behavioural competencies such as self-management skills, people management skills and organisational leadership skills.

Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2017/07/06/new-competency-framework-for-capital-market-professionals/#TPxe7xG8CwmcWJFl.99  Read More
Malaysia's Securities Industry Development Corporation: New Competency Framework For Capital Market Professionals To Further Enhance Industry Competitiveness
Thursday, July 06, 2017
Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC), the learning and development arm of the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC), today introduces a new Industry Competency Framework (ICF) to provide universal guidance for competency capabilities for capital market professionals. The move aims to further enhance competitiveness of the industry in view of the changing global landscape.

SIDC CEO, Sharifatul Hanizah Said Ali said, “ICF is timely not only to address the industry’s talent gap but also to cater for possible future challenges by enhancing organisational capabilities. Designed to drive sustainable performance by empowering current professionals and employees in the industry, it functions as a useful tool for assessing competencies for career mobility and progression in the capital market.”

Moving forward, ICF will serve as a building block for the development of competency-aligned qualifications and training programmes for the capital market, including SIDC’s Capital Market Professional Qualification (CMPQ) which will be rolled-out at the end of the year. It details the required key knowledge, skills and attributes for relevant roles under the regulated capital market activities, with its specific set of indicators and measurement criteria.

Among the framework’s key features is the Competency Dictionary, a tool that describes the core competencies related to specific roles along with their associated required competency level. Comprising 58 competency titles and covering 105 job roles, ICF is the first comprehensive competency framework for the Malaysian capital market.

The framework is expected to expand the curriculum for Continuing Professional Education, a mandatory technical knowledge, skills and ethics programme for capital market professionals, to include behavioural competencies such as self-management skills, people management skills and organisational leadership skills.
For more information on ICF and its related resources, namely the Competency Model, Competency Dictionary and Competency Mapping, a microsite is made available at www.sidc.com.my/ICF. Read More