Employability skills’ training programs are essential strategy in upskilling the workforce and minimizing the unemployment problem in Malaysia. However, there is a lack of assessment and evaluation studies on the local employability skills’ training programs. Existing local studies are focused more on the identification of employability skills and its components. Stakeholders seem perplexed about the direction for the training programs. The purpose of this study is to examine the perceptions of educators, employers, and graduates regarding the role of employability skills’ training programs. The study will also ascertain relationships between employability skills’ training programs and employment. The theoretical framework for this quantitative and descriptive study is based on the theory of Human Capital.