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Goh Kek SengGoh Kek Seng is a Senior Programme Advisor who has assisted several training agencies and corporate clients in defining their Training Needs and Business English learning requirements. Kek Seng also regularly reviews and enhances Training Roadmaps and Learning Quality Framework and conducts a range of softskills corporate training programmes for established clients like

  • AIG
  • Amcorp Group Berhad
  • Bank Negara Malaysia
  • DKSH
  • HSBC
  • JOTUN Paints
  • KWSP
  • Malaysia Airlines Systems
  • PR1MA
  • Solsisnet-Dataprep
  • Telekom Malaysia
  • Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR).


Kek Seng has held senior positions in several higher education institutions, including the role of a CEO with an accumulated wealth of 35 years’ experience where he contributed extensively to the training and development of professional trainers, corporate managers and executives in Malaysia.


His regional contributions included leadership roles in the World Bank Loans for human resource development in Malaysia and the UNESCO programs for university academics in the Asia‐Pacific. He has published 8 textbooks and presented more than 300 articles and training programmes in both the English Language and Bahasa Malaysia in local and international conferences. Kek Seng is a certified HRDF trainer, public speaker, writer, and academic consultant.


He holds a first-class B.A. (Hons) from USM, Penang and an M.S. (Education Management) from University of Rochester, NY. He also did postgraduate research in computers-in-(English) education, advanced consultancy skills and project management in the U.K.

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