Pengalaman Semasa Mengikuti Pengajian di Institusi TVET: Hubungannya Terhadap Kebolehpasaran Graduan Bekerja di Kolej Komuniti Sandakan
TVET educational institutions play an important role at this time to produce skilled and semi-skilled workers to fill vacancies in the industry. For 2019, the marketability rate of TVET graduates is 89.8 percent compared to 86.2 percent for 2018. The increment in marketability among TVET graduates directly helps to improve the national economy. To increase marketability, TVET institutions should provide good educational services to shape the experience of students. Institutional study experience is one of the factors that can affect the marketability of graduates. The four elements that shape experience and relate to marketability are curriculum, career guidance services, teaching staff and infrastructure facilities. Thus, this study aims to identify the relationship of these four elements to marketability for Sandakan Community College graduates who have worked. The questionnaire used in this study is a questionnaire developed by the Ministry of Education Malaysia. The results using pearson correlation analysis from this study showed that all these elements have a weak relationship and there are only a few items that have a significant relationship.