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The Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP) was officially launched on 7 September 1980 at the Commonwealth Heads of State Meeting in New Delhi, India, to signify Malaysia’s commitment to the South-South Cooperation, in particular, the Technical Cooperation among Developing Countries (TCDC). The MTCP emphasizes on the development of human resources through the provision of trainings in various areas which are essential for a country’s development such as the public administration, good governance, health, education, agriculture, sustainable development, poverty alleviation, economy and finance, ICT and environment. Annually, Malaysia offered more than 65 capacity-building and technical assistance programmes under the MTCP, which have benefited more than 34,000 participants from 144 countries.

Objectives of MTCP

  • To share the development experience with other countries; To strengthen bilateral relations between Malaysia and other developing countries;
  • To promote South-South Cooperation (SSC); and
  • To promote the technical cooperation among developing countries (TCDC).

MTCP Courses Offered by IBFIM

Fundamental Certificate In Islamic Banking (FCIB)

Fundamental Certificate in Islamic Banking (FCIB) is designed to ensure that participants attain the required foundation knowledge in Shariah and Islamic Banking. Participants will be equipped with the fundamentals and the applied Shariah contracts in Islamic finance, as well as the foundation of Islamic Banking with an overview of its products and operations.

 

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the programme, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss Shariah theories, principles, concepts that focus on Muamalat contracts;
  • Appreciate various forms of Muamalat contracts commonly practiced in mainstream Islamic products and services;
  • Describe the concept of Islamic banking and finance including its legal framework; and
  • Identify the products and services offered by Islamic banking and the related Muamalat contracts.

 

Associate Qualification In Islamic Finance (AQIF)

AQIF is designed to cater for all levels of Islamic finance practitioner. Consisting of five (5) modules, it aims to equip participants with the required foundation knowledge in Shariah and the applied Shariah contracts in Islamic finance products and operations. AQIF is accorded Full Accreditation by the Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA).

 

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the programme, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss Shariah theories, principles and concepts that focus on Muamalat contracts;
  • Appreciate the various forms of Muamalat contracts commonly practiced in mainstream Islamic products and services;
  • Explain the ethical practices in line with Shariah compliance associated with Islamic financial sector products and services;
  • Understand the principles of Islamic law that govern the Islamic financial system; and
  • Identify the basic components in contemporary Islamic finance architecture.

Application Guidelines

  • Application should be made using prescribed MTCP forms available at: mtcpcoms.kln.gov.my/mtcpcoms/online/list_course
  • The application form must be completed and endorsed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs / Focal Points responsible for the MTCP Programme in the applicant’s country, then submitted through the applicant’s government with Note Verbale to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia via the nearest Malaysian High Commission / Embassy.
  • Incomplete and/or unendorsed forms will not be processed.
  • Applications are capped at a maximum of 15 pax for each group. The remaining participants may apply directly to IBFIM through the link here.

 

Enquiry and Registration

Contact Ms. Siti Fatimah at sitifatimah@ibfim.com or training@ibfim.com

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