26 YEARS OF OPERATION 23 AFFILIATE STATE / DISTRICT ASSOCIATIONS
Spearheading and advocating for quality early childhood care and education for children since 1986, Persatuan Pengasuh Berdaftar Malaysia (PPBM), or in English, the Association of Registered Childcare Providers Malaysia (ARCPM) implement programmes and offer consultancy & training services to childcare providers, organisations and individuals who are passionate in their work with children.
As a national childcare association, we enable our members to connect to our network of child care professionals in over 20 affiliate States / District Associations throughout Malaysia to promote quality childcare nationwide.
Consultancy Services @PPBM
Looking to set up a childcare center? We can be of assistance!
PPBM has a committee and pool of experts who have the necessary expertise, strength, and practical experiences to provide set up and operational consultancy for your childcare center.
Our services extends to TASKA Operators as well as Corporate Sectors looking at workplace childcare centers. Contact us to find out more.
Advocacy & Networking
PPBM supports the Convention On The Rights Of A Child (CRC) and is active in promoting child advocacy programmes and social responsibility initiatives relating to child protection, child safety, children in emergencies and community projects for underprivileged children.
As a National Childcare Association, we work together with partners in our network and also our affiliated State / District Associations nationwide to organize national level initiatives.
National Initiatives @PPBM:
>Hari Pengasuh Kebangsaan
>National Collaboration Meeting (NCM)
Training & Resources
PPBM build programs around industry standards, employer demand, and the perspectives of our global network. We offer custom-designed courses as well as training and workshops. Seeking credit for prior learning? We’ll work with you!
Popular Training Programmes @PPBM:
>Baby Massage Workshop
>Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Workshop
News / Updates
KAP PART TIME SERI 2/2017