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Institut Penilaian Negara or National Institute of Valuation (INSPEN), Ministry of Finance, Malaysia held the International Certificate Course in Property Valuation 2018 on
9th July to 27th July 2018. The course, funded by the Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP), Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) is designed to provide insights on theories, methods, elements and issues related to property valuation as well as to enhance knowledge and skills in the various approaches and techniques in real estate valuation.

Established in 1980 as Malaysia’s commitment to the South-South Cooperation, MTCP has become a platform for Malaysia to share its development experiences with other developing countries. MTCP is premised on the principle that the development of a country is dependent on the quality of its human capital and resources. In this regard, MTCP emphasises on human resources development through training in the form of short-term and long-term courses, as well as technical assistance and provision of services and experts. Since its inception, more than 32,800 participants from its 143 recipient countries have been directly trained under MTCP. Today, MTCP is extending its training in various key areas such as diplomacy, industrial technical training as well as management and public administration.

As a leading training institute for real estate valuation, INSPEN has been conducting courses under MTCP since 1990. The continuing MTCP courses demonstrate Malaysia’s unwavering commitment to share its development experiences and expertise with fellow developing countries.

15 participants from 12 countries such as Brunei, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Sri Lanka, Timor Leste, Bhutan, Uganda, Sudan, Philippines, Lesotho, Indonesia and Pakistan underwent 3 weeks of training covering various topics of property valuation e.g. land administration system, land taxation, town and country planning, valuation principles & methods and etc.

Designed to be practical with talks, discussions as well as simulation exercises, the course encouraged active participation and exchange of information between participants. Throughout the course, the participants managed to gain a glimpse of Malaysia’s experience in managing its real estate industry, in general and property valuation.  Under the introduction to state-level governance module, the participants were taken on a trip around the capital city of Kuala Lumpur to discover the unique blend of cultures in Malaysia.

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