With a background in vocational training and a genuine love for social work, Site could see that there is more she can do to contribute to the community. The business-like way she approached her Kursus Usahawan, Kecantikan dan Jahitan, coupled with her passion to make a difference even in the smallest way, is inspiring. To her, it's not enough to train the underprivileged with new skills. You have to provide them with the right tools and have an active tracking system when they leave the course to gauge the success. Site gave us goose bumps, and makes us want to join her cause.
Site wants to empower the young underprivileged women of Malaysia with basic to advanced skills in Beauty and Tailoring. She has designed a three-month course targeting the less fortunate, single mothers, home makers and many more driven Malaysian women to increase their living quality and job options.
This training course responds to the nation’s call for Skilled Malaysian Workforce. It urges capable youth to pitch in to use their influence and directly improves the income and living standards of the participants.
The participants will undergo three months or theory and practical training. The women will be trained by professional trainers at no charge. What’s more, they will be monitored from time to time to make sure that they have successfully generated more income from what they have learnt.