At Prestariang, we are committed to establish and foster the sustainability environment, which embrace lifelong learning while driving IT compliance in its culture other than to minimise negative impact on the global or local environment, community, society, or economy in our business operations.

This is consistent with the policy that supports the building block of Prestariang businesses that continue to evolve and expand in accordance with its vision and mission.


We are firmly focused on our vision to develop local talents for the global market, which is underpinned by our mission that is to enhance human potential through lifelong learning. Our objective is about building the skills of employees, the community and the government to support the nation's progress using the latest technology in delivering benchmarked skillset talents for employability.

To date we have successfully trained and certified over 250,000 individuals, making us the largest ICT training and certification provider in Malaysia. Prestariang offers over 60 globally recognised certification courses nationwide in partnership with companies including Microsoft, Autodesk, IBM, Oracle, CompTIA, EC-Council, Certiport, Prometric, PearsonVue, Global Knowledge, TWIQ, Quilt Wellington Redwood, Imperial College of London and that of the Prestariang's home-grown certifications including IC CITIZEN, Proficiency in Enterprise Communication (PEC) and SMARTGREEN Fundamentals.


In the effort to drive IT compliance, Prestariang has invested in R&D over the years and developed home-grown certifications, namely IC CITIZEN for the global market which is designed to produce digitally literate and responsible citizens.

This unique yet universal certification programme aims to impart Acceptable Usage Policy (AU P) that lays down rules of acceptable 'netiquette' or behaviour that should be applied when operating digital devices and using the internet. It is the world's first certification that promotes appropriate use of technology.

Prestariang promotes IT compliance by providing software licences which are affordable. We further promote compliance amongst the Government and Government Agencies with organisation software review briefings as part of our MLA 2.0 commitment. This exercise helps agencies with annual software reporting to showcase their software licenses.

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At Prestariang, we continuously seek new and improved methods to conserve natural resources at all levels of our operations. We are aware that as we grow in size and scale, so would our energy consumption. We are driving initiatives internally to create the awareness among our employees to consciously reduce water and energy consumption.

We believe that through our responsible actions, we can help mitigate climate change through sustainable management.

Our products have low carbon footprint. We continue to recycle waste, introduce energy saving measures and instil environmental awareness among our employees. We conduct environmentally conscious and paperless meetings. This culture embodies the company's commitment to address the issue of energy use and has been effective in reducing the use of energy.

In supporting this initiative, we have been producing our Annual Reports in CD-ROM format for distribution to shareholders and only nominal copies are printed since 2014.

The increased in the utilities consumptions was due to growth in business activities which includes the increase in work space and people.

To support the sustainability initiative towards the environment, we have developed the Smart Green Fundamentals Training Certificate (SMARTGREEN). SMARTGREEN increases awareness of the need for energy conservation to address the environmental impact of businesses and ICT operations.

SMARTGREEN as an enabler for the 'low-carbon economy' Infostructure of the 21st Century, requires organisations to rethink, redesign business systems and eliminate wasteful practices.

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