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       Certificate in Enforcement Management

Introduction
The aim of this programme is to produce graduate with the competitive knowledge, principles and skills in terms of theoretical and practical foundation for a career in enforcement management. This programme provides students with high-quality teaching and learning experiences that are relevant to enforcement management careers, develop course-specific knowledge and understanding appropriate to careers in enforcement management, including the essentials of understanding enforcement management, the study of organizations, their management and the changing environment in which they operate by developing the basic capacity for critical analysis, evaluation and synthesis, through encouraging creativity and developing appropriate research, communication and quantitative skills and applying the knowledge to a wide range of situations.

A student has to acquire 60 credit hours to complete this programme.
1. SPM / SPM(V)
     A Pass with at least One (1) credit, OR
2. O Level
     A Pass with at least Grade C in One (1) subject, OR
3. Any other qualifications recognized as equivalent to any of the above.
NO COURSE CODE COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
1 MQA2133 OR BAHASA KEBANGSAAN A (FOR MALAYSIAN) 3
MQA2132 BAHASA KEBANGSAAN B (FOR INTERNATIONAL)
2 MQA1131 MALAYSIAN STUDIES 3
MQA1132 OR ISLAMIC STUDIES (FOR MUSLIM)
MQA2131 MORAL STUDIES (FOR NON MUSLIM)
3 CEL1131 BASIC ENGLISH 1 3
4 CEL1132 BASIC ENGLISH 2 3
5 CEL1133 BASIC ENGLISH 3 3
6 ARB1131 INTRODUCTION TO ARABIC LANGUAGE FOR BEGINNERS 3
7 CBA1131 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3
8 CBA1134 PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT 3
9 CBA2132 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3
10 CEM1133 INTRODUCTION TO LAW 3
11 CEM2131 LAW AND SOCIETY 3
12 CEM2132 PUBLIC LAW 3
13 CEM2133 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS LAW 3
14 CEM2134 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL LAW 3
15 CEM2135 INTRODUCTION TO ISLAMIC LAW 3
16 CEM2136 LAW ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT 3
17 CIT1131 COMPUTER APPLICATION 3
18 CIT1132 INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 3
19 QBA2134 BUSINESS STATISTICS 3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS TO COMPLETE PROGRAMME = 60
For Certificate in Enforcement Management graduates, a credit in English of SPM is a requirement to enrol into Diploma Enforcement Management in at IIC. Graduated students are able to pursue to any local and private institution of higher learning throughout Malaysia and abroad.
In this course you will be provided with the skills and knowledge in various aspects of law enforcement, criminal law and related areas. It is specifically geared towards providing students with an understanding in criminal law and practices, local government, and the criminal justice system. Student will also be trained in leadership and teamwork. Through this course, you will be shaped to become one rank above the rest and have a higher possibility of success in the entry-level employment stage in a range of security management and law enforcement occupations.
Local Student
RM5,850.00

International Student
RM12,000.00

Please click here to view fees structure table.
Intake Semester
April, July and December.

English Preparatory Classes
The English Preparatory Classes (EPC) is the ice-breaking class to prepare students for the upcoming official semester. It is also a platform for students to have an early exposure of English language and it equips students with basic knowledge of four skills which are reading, writing, listening and speaking. During the session, the students will experience a professional and formal learning environment and develop their self-esteem through the activities conducted by the respective educators and the college as a whole. Exhibitions and presentations are the platforms for students to enhance their academic skills, particularly for their public interaction, as those are the keys to success in various skills. These activities enrich students' confidence level to use English in their communication in the future undertaking.

Supported by a team of qualified and experienced educators in IIC, the EPC classes are committed in producing graduates who are well-equipped not only with language disclosure, but also with relevant soft skills and life-long learning competencies to excel in today's competitive environment. Durations of the studies vary according to the intakes ranging from 2 weeks to 9 (nine) weeks. The fee is RM15 per week and the total contact hours per week is 12 (twelve) per week. Classes will be conducted from Monday to Thursday with 3 (three) contact hours per day.

'To acquire knowledge, one must study, but to acquire wisdom, one must observe' ~ Marilyn vos Savant~




 
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