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   Training Program

Duration and Certification


The course is for a period of two years. The boy is expected to stay throughout the two years, as it is a full residential programme. Upon completion of the training the boys will be awarded a certificate from Montfort Boys Town as well as the SKM Certificate.


General Studies

General StudiesAll students are required to attend classes in this department.  Lessons are conducted in English.  Students sit for a diagnostic test after which they will be streamed into classes according to their ability in the usage of the English language.  The students learn to develop their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.  Basic computer knowledge is also incorporated into the programme. 


Technical Skills











During the two years of studies the boys are trained in the areas of milling, lathe, grinding and drilling to become a machinist. They also learn basic technical drawing. They can expose themselves to production through some incoming customer jobs. They receive additional training with CNC (Computer Numbering Control) and EDM (Electrical Discharge Machine).

The staffs are involved in the different operations of the workshop but each is specialized in a particular area (1st Year, 2nd Year, CNC, drawing milling, lathe).

Previously there were three certificates for each category: H-010 (milling), H-011 (lathe) and H-012 (grinding). Now, they combine to become one certificate for General Machinist. The duration is still two years.

We have received Mastercam, a software for designing and CNC programming.  The Petronas Twin Towers (10 feet high) built for Bosch, using spark plugs, is a combined project of Welding and Machining Departments and is now in the Malaysian Book of Records.

 Graphic Design & Multimedia

GDMPresently, Montfort offers a two year course for boys to be trained in graphic design and multimedia.  The boys are trained in a wide range of skills such as desktop publishing,  graphic design, web page design and digital video production.  The Graphic Design & Multimedia Department has studios which are equipped with the latest computer hardware and software, thanks to the generous support from the public.  Indeed, we are able to provide a conducive environment for the boys to be trained in Level 2 (Multimedia Artist).  

The GDM Department supplements its teaching by allowing the boys to work on design projects from other departments within Montfort.  These live projects provide valuable experience to our boys in their training.  We have three instructors to cater for a total intake of over 25 boys, and future intakes are expected to rise due to the increasing demand for IT training.


Hospitality is the relationship between guest and host, or the act or practice of being hospitable. Specifically, this includes the reception and entertainment of guests,vistors, or strangers, resorts,membership clubs, conventions, attractions, special events, and other services for travelers and tourists.

“Hospitality” can also mean generously providing care and kindness to whoever is in need.

The hospitality service industry includes hotels, casinos, and resorts, which offer comfort and guidance to strangers, but only as part of a business relationship. The terms hospital, hospice, and hostel also derive from “hospitality,”  and these institutions preserve more of the connotation of personal care.

Montfort Boys Town Hospitality department was developed on June 2010.Level Two certification courses are offered at Montfort Boys Town, they are HT-010-1 (Waiter) and HT-010-2 (Captain).Student intake for the course will commence from August 2010.

Computer Maintenance

Computer Maintenance offers IT-020 Level 3 training, the students are trained in Computer System Technologies ( Hardware ) , assembly , repair , troubleshoot and servicing of computers . They also learn Server setup & administration .They also receive training in Networking , small network setup including Cat 5 UTP cable laying , Wireless network configuration and internet access .

There are two computer labs and a server lab which can accomodate 20 students per lab. The students receive hands on software training which includes office suites , web design , publishing , basic programming and other diagnostic software . They will also undergo Accounting & Inventory Control certification program sponsored by UBS Corporation. These subjects are to complement the SKM syllabus to better prepare the students for the IT job market.

Bakery and Pastry 

Baking Class

Welcome to the Bakery & Pastry kitchens of the Montfort Boys Town.

This department was officially launched on the 30th of April 2008. This department was setup to provide vocational education for young people from disavantaged backgrounds. The programmes offered are the Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia Level 2 and Level 3 developed by the Ministry of Human Resources Malaysia.

The programmes introduce basic foundation of bakery and pastry in Level 2 and the skills and theoretical knowledge are further developed in Level 3 of the programme. At Montfort Boys Town we stress on the high degree of practical training coupled with sound theoretical knowledge. This approach will make the students industry ready.

The bakery & pastry department at Montfort Boys Town would not have been possible without the generous support of Dato Lee Choong Yan and Dato Justin Leong from the Genting group and Mr Ono Jukichi.

Making Montfort Boys Town your choice is building a better tomorrow for yourself.


Electrical engineering deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. It now covers a range of subtopics including power, electronics, control systems, signal processing and telecommunications.

Electrical engineering is considered to deal with the problems associated with large scale electrical systems such as power transmission and motor control, whereas electronic engineering deals with the study of small-scale electronic systems including computers and integrated circuits. Electrical enginners are usually concerned with using electricity to transmit energy, while electronic engineers are concerned with using electricity to transmit information.

Students will be alble to perform single phase wiring, concealed wiring,
condiut wiring, trunking wiring, fitting and accessories.
Students will be able to perform fault findings, repairs, testing, cabling works,
motor services,motor control system, earthing system and installation works.

All the equipment in the Electrical Dept is sponsored by CIMB Foundation and BOSCH.

Daily Programs









(Monday - Friday)
6.00 am Rise & Shine
6.10 am House Excercise (Mon - Fri)
6.30 am Hse & Hse Compound Cleaning / Special Duty Assignments
7.05 am Bath Hour / Personal Washing
7.35 am Breakfast roll-call in the Hall
All report back to their own houses and observe silent
8.30 am Workshop
10.30 am Tea Break
11.00 am Workshop
1.00 pm Lunch
2.00 pm Workshop
4.30 pm Workshop Ends
4.35 pm Tea Break
4.55 pm Project Work
5.55 pm Free Games
6.55 pm Bath Hour
7.30 pm Dinner
  Study Time
8.30 pm Rosary - For all Catholic Boys
9.10 pm Free Time
10.00 pm Night Supper
  Wash up / Silent Time
10.30 pm Lights Off - Good Night MBT
7.00 am Rise & Shine
7.10 am Jogging followed by exercise
7.30 am Wash-Up / Bath / Personal Cleaning
8.00 am Roll-Call in the Hall followed by Breakfast / Wash Clothes / Free
8.40 am Roll-Call at the CHQ followed by a thorough Project Work
10.00 am Tea Break at own house area
10.20 am Hse & Hse Compound Cleaning
11.00 am End of House Cleaning / Wash-Up / Silent Time
12.30 pm Roll-Call in the Hall followed by Lunch
2.00 pm Punishment / Detention boys report for manual work allocation / Silent Time
4.10 pm Roll-Call in the Hall followed by Tea.
4.40 pm Roll-Call at the CHQ followed by Free Games
5.25 pm Roll-Call for Catholic Choir Boys.
  Others return to own houses and observe Silent Time
6.00 pm End of excercise / jogging / Bath / Silent Time
7.00 pm Roll-Call in the Hall followed by Dinner
8.15 pm Roll-Call for Video Show / Free Time ? Phone Calls
10.00 pm  Roll-Call in the Hall followed by night supper
10.10 pm Wash-up / Bath / Get ready for bed
10.30 pm Lights Off
8.00 am Rise & Shine to a magnificient Sunday morning
8.30 am Breakfast, Phone, etc.
9.15 am Siren indicating Houses to conduct their own roll-call and organise
  a.) House and House Compound Cleaning
  b.) Each house send 3 boys for Dining Hall Cleaning
10.15 am Silent Time
12.30 pm Roll-Call in the Hall Followed by Lunch
1.30 pm Punishment / Detention boys report for manual work allocation
2.00 pm Compulsory Siesta
4.00 pm Rising / End of Detention
4.15 pm Roll-Call in the Hall followed by Tea.
4.45 pm Roll-Call followed by House Bonding
5.10 pm Free Games
5.50 pm Bath Hour / Silent Time
6.00 pm Dinner followed by Free Time.
6.55 pm Roll-Call in the Hall followed by Director's Talk
8.30 pm Bonus video show if good results noted during the week
  Those not interested can observe free time / washing clothes
10.00 pm Silent Time - Get ready for bed
10.30 pm Lights Off


Guidance Period

Guidance Period

The boys are provided with individual, group and family counselling needs.  The boys will attend two hours of guidance period each week according to their groups.  During the guidance period, they are taught:

- to develop their self-awareness;

- to develop their leadership skills;

- to help them enhance their self-esteem;

- to teach relevant skills for living.

Prefect System

The prefects are organized on a house system. The boys are divided into sub-groups of ten house units. Each house is governed by a Head prefect, Deputy prefect and two sub-prefects.  Above these prefects of each house there are six Headquarters (HQ) prefects in a centralized system where they look after various aspects of running the town.

Prefects chart
Prefects chart Prefects Chart


Leadership Training

Emphasis is given to leadership training as well a structured daily programme of work, Leadership Trainingstudy and play.  A prefect system of management ensures that Montfort is a home FOR the boys, BY the boys and WITH the boys.  They are assisted by the staff.  The 52 prefects are given the needed training and guidance to perform their duties as leaders of the boys.




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