Accreditations

Accreditations

High quality, transparency and long-term impact are very important for a humanitarian organisation. Moreso for the fields that we engage in, education, technology, mental health, and renewable energy (a young industry). This results in an important need for us to reach out to the authorities in each of these fields, engage with them, and legitimize our efforts in benefiting society. We have a tremendous list of partners, and they range from accrediting bodies to donors. Check out our partner family in the following pages!

Accreditations

Cambridge

Authorised Centre (MY498)

SOLS 24/7 Malaysia is an officially recognized Cambridge English Language Assessment Centre. We provide selected Cambridge examination and certification to our students and through our programmes.

Cambridge

Google For Education

Through a partnership with Google Malaysia, SOLS 24/7 Malaysia are now Google for Education Certified Trainers, allowing our team to lead and train other educators in the world of professional development. Only NGO in Malaysia to have this status.

With an enthusiasm for the role of technology in education, SOLS 24/7 Malaysia is able to design creative and informative learning materials to increase the scope of Google training for communities in need.

SOLS 24/7 Malaysia are also recipients of the Google for Nonprofits, a program that offers non profit organisations access to highly discounted or free Google products. With these tools, SOLS 24/7 will reach out to other organisations, providing them with avenues find new donors and volunteers, work more efficiently, and get supporters to take action.

 

Google For Education

Malaysia Status Company

MSC Malaysia status is a recognition by the Government of Malaysia through the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), for ICT and ICT-facilitated businesses that develop or use multimedia technologies to produce and enhance their products, services as well as process development and it is awarded to both local and foreign companies.

MSC Malaysia Status with SOLS Edu also marks as world-class services and achievement as well as your getaway to a host of privileges granted by the Government of Malaysia for business entities.

Malaysia Status Company

Department of Skills Development (JPK)

SOLS 24/7 Malaysia works closely with the Department of Skills Development (JPK), under the Malaysian Ministry of Human Resources, to run their National Training Certification Programs.

As a JPK accredited training centre, the SOLS 24/7 Kuala Lumpur Youth Development Centre is currently providing the Computer System Technician (SKM) Program.

SOLS 24/7 Malaysia supports the government’s goal in assisting youth to enhance their skills proficiency, and in turn produce knowledge-workers who are able to contribute to nation building.

Department of Skills Development (JPK)

HRDF

SOLS 24/7 is also a partner of Malaysia’s Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF), a dynamic organisation established under the Ministry of Human Resources dedicated to reskilling and upskilling the nation. Thanks to the subsidies of the HRDF, SOLS Smart can deliver Google Apps and Online Resources training to students interested in improving their digital literacy for free

HRDF

MCII

The Malaysian Collective Impact Initiative (MCII) is a framework for facilitating and achieving large scale and long lasting social change, particularly in the field of education. It is a structured, disciplined approach to bringing cross-sector and inter-disciplinary organisations together to focus on a shared mutual outcome.

This manifests in MCII and SOLS Smart’s partnerships, to bring digital education and digital literacy to teachers, students, classrooms and schools.

MCII

Give2Asia

Give2Asia is an organisation that strengthens communities by building trusted networks for charitable investment. Give2Asia ensures projects are effective, results are transparent, and grant recipients are accountable. We are proud that SOLS 24/7 Malaysia is registered with Give2Asia’s network of charitable partners

Give2Asia

Seda

The Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) of Malaysia is the preeminent statutory body formed under the Sustainable Energy Development Authority Act 2011. SEDA’s key role is to administer and manage the implementation of the feed-in tariff mechanism which is mandated under the Renewable Energy Act 2011.

Our solar system installation activities under SOLS Energy is accredited by SEDA, and our students under the Solar Academy receive official certificates of graduation from SEDA, legitimizing their status as young, employable solar installers and engineers.

MyHIJAU

MyHIJAU is an initiative by Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (GreenTech Malaysia) to promote the sourcing and purchasing of green products and services in Malaysia. Its aim is to encourage the adoption of environmentally friendly practices in the country, while catalysing the growth of Malaysian’s green economy.

The quality of our SOLS Energy solar systems is of utmost importance to SOLS 24/7 but we make it our goal — in fact, we believe it is our duty to ensure we are doing this in the most sustainable and environmentally friendly way possible. MyHIJAU provides services to fulfill our responsibility as green providers.

Suruhanjaya Tenaga

Suruhanjaya Tenaga, or the Energy Commission, is a statutory body established under the Energy Commission Act 2001. It is responsible for regulating the energy sector, and thus, has jurisdiction over all energy providers in Malaysia. Our renewable energy arm SOLS Energy is licensed by the Energy Commission to provide solar system installations, and we intend to work together with all relevant authorities to promote renewable energy as Malaysia’s primary energy source.

Seda

Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers

The Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) have been working alongside the manufacturing sector of Malaysia since 1968 as it’s representative organisation. They offer a wider range of services and activities to facilitate business operations, and they link us to Malaysian manufacturers for investment, trade and services! SOLS 24/7 Malaysia is proud to be a member of and accredited by the FMM.

Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers

MPiA

The Malaysian Photovoltaic Industry Association (MPIA) is an NGO dedicated to photovoltaic energy. MPIA acts as a credible and representative platform for the entire photovoltaic (PV) industry in Malaysia. SOLS Energy is accredited by MPIA as a legitimate and credible solar systems installer operating in Malaysia!

MPiA

Mida

SOLS Energy is an accredited renewable energy organisation by the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA). Under the provision of Budget 2014, tax incentives for green technology in the form of the Green Investment Tax Allowance (ITA) for the purchase of green technology assets and Income Tax Exemption (ITE) on the use of green technology services and systems were introduced to further strengthen the development of green technology.

Thanks to MIDA, solar PV systems we install for our clients might be subsidized by the government!

Mida

CIDB Malaysia - G7 Contractor​

Established in July 1994, The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) offers construction personnel, such as the SOLS Energy branch of SOLS 24/7 updated information on the Malaysian Construction Industry. CIDB coordinates all activities in the Construction Industry and increases its competitiveness.

SOLS Energy holds a Grade G7 license approved by CIDB Malaysia which permits the SOLS Energy to undertake Civil Engineering Construction and Building Construction projects for an unlimited amount.

CIDB Malaysia - G7 Contractor​