- In 2002, EPC established with its first office in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur offering the Malaysian Skills Certificate (SKM) in Computer Technician.
- EPC moved to its Bandar Seri Putra campus with the first intake of 40 students
- In 2004, EPC took over the JPK-accredited centre belonging to Universiti Malaya. Its student number increased to 500. Puan Sri Dr. Habibah Salleh was appointed Principal.
- EPC become one of the first centre to offer Malaysian Skills Diploma (DKM) in computer engineering
MoU between EPC and UM
- EPC become the first institute to offer the Level 5 Malaysian Advanced Skills Diploma (DLKM)
- Tan Sri Datuk Zainol Abidin Abd Rashid replaced Tan Sri Asmat Kamaludin as the chairman
- EPC started its automotive training centre through a collaboration with Fasfik (M) Sdn. Bhd., a chain of automotive fitting workshops.
News clipping from KOSMO
- EPC entered into a collaboration with Manpower Department to set up Apprenticeship Centre of Excellence, focusing on the National Dual Training System
- EPC set up Autoskills and developed 5 NDTS Curriculum for the automotive sector
- In 2009/10 EPC introduced the 'Train and Place' initiative to train unemployed graduates for placement in selected industries
MoU between EPC and Manpower Department
- EPC appointed by Jabatan Pengajian Kolej Komuniti, Ministry of Education to develop the National Modular Certification Framework and 98 National Modular Certificate programmes.
- EPC appointed by Jabatan Pengajian Politeknik to facilitate the development of certification programme for Politeknik Metro.
- EPC (Tourism Training Institute) developed National Occupational Skills Standards for the hospitality, theme park and tourism sub-sector for Department of Skills Development.
- EPC introduced the training programme to inculcate social values in vocational training
Social Value course at Empire Adventure Park
- EPC collaborated with Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (GreenTech) to develop and promote skills standards and certification for the green skills sector.
- EPC (Green Skills) and Centre of Advanced Instructor and Skills Training (CIAST) offered the Green ICT Strategies, Intelligent Building Maintenance and Solar PV Maintenance training programmes to trainers from public training institutions.
- EPC (Tourism Training Institute) launched the first Cultural Heritage Specialist Guide course in collaboration with Ministry of Tourism and Culture and UNESCO Bangkok
- EPC (Tourism Training Institute) organised the Merbok community-based tourism initiative and the Bujang Valley for World Heritage movement in collaboration with the Northern Corridor Implementation Authority.
Datuk Rashidi Hasbullah closing the Cultural Heritage Specialist Guide course