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A change in career doesn’t just affect adults. At CDC, we exist to make that transition to a new phase of life smoother, so that tomorrow’s adults learn that change can bring about an even brighter future.

Former Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Employee who were retrenched have moved on with their lives through a career transition program under the CDC.

Find out how CDC helped him and many others move forward through personalised career transition solutions.

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Presenting the new CDC Malaysia logo

CDC’s stylised flower or bloom motif signifies the emergence of one’s latent beauty or professional capability. Everyone who receives transition support by CDC Malaysia literally blossoms with us. Since we are all innately talented to begin with, CDC’s commitment is to just further nurture those qualities so that all flourish further.

The CDC maroon is the colour of life blood, a critical element for us all. It also sets the company aside visually from other organisations which more commonly utilise the colour "signal red".

The off-setting grey implies professional maturing, while also being an aesthetic complement for the maroon.

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