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QUICK INFO LVT S2_5April

QUICK INFO LVT S2_5April

Contents

Selamat Datang ...................................................................................................... 1
1. Programme Description: ................................................................................ 2
2. Medium Of Training ....................................................................................... 2
3. Programme Schedule: ................................................................................... 3
4. Timetable....................................................................................................... 5
5. List Of Participants ........................................................................................ 6
6. CIAST Team.................................................................................................. 8
7. Other Matters............................................................................................... 10
8. Nettiquette Online Learning ......................................................................... 10
9. Contact Information Ciast Training Coordinator:.......................................... 13
10. Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme(MTCP) ............................... 14
11. CIAST At Glance ......................................................................................... 15
12. About Malaysia ............................................................................................ 20
13. Usefull Web/Media For Reference:.............................................................. 23

WELCOME:

Welcome to the Centre for Instructor and Advanced Skill Training (CIAST). We hope the
information in this simple booklet will assist you during this course. The Malaysia Technical
Cooperation Program (MTCP) course entitled LIVE VIDEO TECHNOLOGY FOR ONLINE
TRAINING IN NEW NORM will be conducted virtually from 05 April-09 April 2021.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, conventional face-to-face trainings are not viable in 2021. Online
version of MTCP are required. This course will be synchronous and asynchronous types of online
training. Implementation time 13:00-18:00 Malaysia (GMT+8). Please be clearly the difference
time. This Guidance is to show the direction.
13:00-18:00 Malaysia
08:00-13:00 Manama, Bahrain
09:30-14:30 Tehran, Iran
09.00- 14.00 Muscat, Oman
10:00-15:00 Tashkent, Uzbekistan
10:00-15:00 Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

We really hope that you can have a great experience and gain good knowledge through best
practices sharing during this course.
Have a pleasant online course from Malaysia!

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1. PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION:

1.1 OBJECTIVES
This course is focused on virtual education. In other words, blended or fully online teaching
and learning experiences.
Upon completing this course, participant will be able to:
a) To define educational technology's role in supporting the virtual environment;
b) To identify and evaluate existing and emerging technologies for virtual course
instruction;
c) To conduct learning and delivery session in full online approach; and
d) To research, evaluate, and employ open content in virtual education.

1.2 TRAINING OUTLINE/METHODOLOGIES
a) Online lecture and activities:
b) Online demonstration
c) Online individual assignment/presentation
Methodologies:
Fully online: Participants will be invited to our medium of training
(web-based video conferencing and LMS: Learning Management System)

1.3 MONITORING AND EVALUATION METHOD
a) PreTest/Post Test
b) Daily activities/assignment; and
c) Final Assignment.

2. MEDIUM OF TRAINING

GOOGLE CLASSROOM LEARNING FACEBOOK GROUP
(GC) MANAGEMENT SYSYEM

(LMS)

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3. PROGRAMME SCHEDULE:

** TIME: It is 8 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The local mean time in Kuala

Lumpur was originally GMT +8.

Day Time Activities Description

13:00 Course briefing Brief by Secretariat international training Unit
14:00 CIAST.
14:00
14:30 Break

Monday 14:30 Introduction of Concepts PreTest
05/04/2021 16:30 Live Video Technology for Online Training in
New Norm
16:30
17:00 Break

17:00 Live Video Technology Training Digitalisation with Online Learning
18:00 Fundamentals Group Discussion / Forum
Self-Learning (Reading)

13:00 Web-based Video conferencing Develop Individual PresentationSoftware
14:00
14:00 Tool Live Video Technology
14:30
14:30 Break
16:30
Tuesday 16:30 Web-based Video conferencing Individual Presentation Software
06/04/2021 17:00
Tool Live Video Technology
Wednesday 17:00
07/04/2021 18:00 Break

13:00 Web-based Video Conferencing Online Etiquette
14:00 Tool Quiz
14:00 Self-Learning (Reading)
14:30
14:30 Open-source Cross-platform Setup Live Video for Online Training for
16:30 Streaming Hardware and Software.

Open-source Cross-platform Break
Streaming
Video Conferencing Software Setup and
Configuration With ZOOM

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Day Time Activities Description
16:30 Break
Thursday 17:00 Video Conferencing Software Online Activities During Live Video Session
08/04/2021 (Quiz, Games, Poll, Etc.)
17:00 Live Streaming Integration Video Streaming Software Setup and
Friday 18:00 Configuration In
09/04/2021 Live Streaming Integration Self-Learning (Watching)
13:00 Participants Make A Preparation to Conduct
14:00 Group Live Streaming Session Full Online Live Video Training Session.
Review of Online Training
14:00 Session Participants Conduct Full Online Live Video
14:30 Break/ Friday prayer Session with Trainer’s Guidance.
14:30 Conclusion / Post-Test (Method: Individual Presentation
16:30 Programme Evaluation
16:30 End Break
17:00
17:00 Individual Live Video Training Session
18:00
13:30 Break
14:30
14:30 Discuss Best Practice Used by Participants
16:30 When Conducting Live Streaming Class
16:30
Programme Evaluation CIAST/ MTCP

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4. TIMETABLE

Title of the Course LIVE VIDEO TECHNOLOGY FOR ONLINE TRAINING IN NEW NORM

Date : 05 APRIL – 09 APRIL 2021

Medium : ZOOM MEETING

TIME: It is 8 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The local mean time in Kuala Lumpur was originally GMT +8

Date 13:00 -14:00 14:00 14:30 – 16:30 16:30 17:00 – 18:00
Monday 14:30 17:00 Modul 01
(05/04/2021) Course Briefing Introduction To The Course /
(Secretariat) Pre-Test Live Video Technology
Tuesday Fundamentals
(06/04/2021) Modul 02 (Maznizam)
Web-based Video Conferencing (Invited Speaker)
Wednesday Modul 02 Modul 02
(07/04/2021) Tool Web-based Video Conferencing Tool
(Fatimazuraida) Web-based Video
Thursday (Fatimazuraida) Conferencing Tool
(08/04/2021) Modul 03
Open-source Cross-platform Break (Fatimazuraida)
Friday Break
(09/04/2021) Streaming Software Modul 03 Modul 03
(Maznizam/Gafaar) Open-source Cross-platform Streaming Open-source Cross-platform

Modul 04 Software Streaming Software
Live Streaming Integration (Maznizam/Gafaar) (Gafaar/Nur’shamier)

(Maznizam/Gafaar) Modul 04 Modul 04
Live Streaming Integration Live Streaming Integration
Break/Friday Prayer
(Maznizam/Gafaar) (Gafaar/Nur’shamier)
Conclusion / Post-Test
END
(Maznizam)
Subject To Change **
Programme Evaluation and Closing
(Secretariat)

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5. LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

No. Country Participants

Bahrain Name : MS. ZAINAB AHMED

Designation : Senior Contracts Specialist

1. Organization : Electricity and Water Authority
Age : 26

Contact Number: 973 36053031

Email :[email protected]

Bahrain Name : MR. MOHAMAED JASIM MUSAIFER

Designation : Training Coordinator

2. Organization : Bahrain Institute of Public Administration (BIPA)
Age :33

Contact Number:973 3773 7768

Email : [email protected]

Bahrain Name : LAMYA HUSAAIN MUHANNA

Designation : Senior Training Programs Specialist

3. Organization : Bahrain Institute of Public Administration (BIPA)
Age : 34

Contact Number: 973 3334 1112

Email : l. [email protected]

Bahrain Name : MR. HAMAD MOHAMAED ISMAEEL

Designation : Chief, Human Resources & Career Development

4. Organization : Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA)
Age : 38

Contact Number: 973 3943 4455

Email : [email protected]

Name : MS. AYSHA ALI AL SHEROOQI

Bahrain Designation : Senior Human Resources Specialist

Organization : Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA)
5. Age : 37

Contact Number: 973 39888408

Email : [email protected]

Iran Name : MR. MAHDI HOSEINIRAD

Designation : Educational Assistant

6. Organization : Government Management Training Center
Age : 36

Contact Number:98 21 425 01802

Email : [email protected]

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No. Country Participants

Oman Name : ENG. HAITHAM BIN QASSIM AL-SALHI
7.
Designation :2nd Secretary/ Engineer
Oman
8. Organization : Ministry of Foreign Affairs Oman

Uzbekistan Age :37
9.
Contact Number:968 970 70710
Uzbekistan
10. Email : [email protected]; [email protected]

Name : ENG. ISMAIL BIN MARHOUN AL-ABRI

Designation : 2nd Secretary/ Engineer

Organization : Ministry of Foreign Affairs Oman

Age :33

Contact Number:968 928 70033

Email : [email protected]; [email protected]

Name : MS. DINARA ALAYEVA ABDUGAPUROVNA

Designation : Lecturer

Organization : Tashkent State University of Law

Age : 33

Contact Number: 998 99878 8048

Email : [email protected]

Name : MR. RAVSHAN BOYIROV

Designation : Docent

Organization : Tashkent Institute Irrigation & Agricultural

Mechanisation Engineers

Age : 40

Contact Number: 998 90934 0169

Email : [email protected]

Turkmenistan Name : MR. YUSUPBAY ERMETOV

Designation : Lecturer

11. Organization : Institue Of Agricultural of Turkmenistan
Age : 28

Contact Number: 993 32 292747

Email : [email protected]

Turkmenistan Name : MS. OGULORAZ SAPAROVA

Designation : Lecturer

Organization : Dovletmammet Azadi Turkmen National Institute

12 Of World Languages

Age : 24

Contact Number: 993 64 036504

Email : [email protected]

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6. CIAST Team

From the left:
Ms. Suhana Naziran, Ms. Shamsiah Sarkawi (Head Of Unit), Ms. Farehan Ismail,
Ms. Saluwa Masdar and Mr. Assuardey Abdullah.

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From the left:
Ms. Fatima Zuraida Abd Rahman, Mr. Gafaar Musar, Mr. Nur’Shamier Hidzad

Kamaruzzaman and Mr. Maznizam Mansor (Head of Team).

Technical Support Team

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7. OTHER MATTERS

7.1. Training Effectiveness Evaluation Form MTCP/ CIAST:
The form must be completed by participants after completion of courses for
MTCP and CIAST. Link will be shared on the programme evaluation slot.

7.2. Country report:
Each participants should send the country report as mention on offer letters.

7.3. Certificate:
Participant's certificate of 100% attendance will be sent by post/diplomatic bag.

8. NETTIQUETTE ONLINE LEARNING

8.1. AWARENESS
a) English will be language for the training.
b) Implementation time Malaysian GMT.
8.2. SUCCESSFUL LIVE VIDEO ONLINE CLASSES
Punctuality, Attendance and attire
a) Participants must be conscious about punctuality. Please observe the

programme schedule.
b) Participations attendance 100% required for certificate issuance.
c) Active participation is compulsory in the class/programme.
d) For lectures, participants are required to wear suitable attire for the training.
e) For opening/closing ceremony – lounge suit, national costume;
f) Effective communication is important in online learning environment.
g) Check your class communication channel regularly (e.g. WhatsApp, email, LMS

and FB group).
h) Read all messages, emails and updates secretariat regarding the course

structure, assignments and changes to deadlines or assignment parameters.
Internet Connection
a) If your access to internet is limited, inform your Instructor or Secretariat as

possible.
b) Test your internet speed at different times in the day. When your internet speed

is the fastest, use that time to download or watch online videos from your online
class.

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Assignments:
Be aware of the assignment deadlines. Track them on a calendar.
Technical issue:
a) Be prepared with the required technologies (e.g internet, laptop, and software)

and technical set up for your class e.g. webcam, microphone etc.
b) Inform your Instructor or Secretariat about issues you are experiencing early, so

they may modify their class delivery accordingly.
c) Make sure your technology is reliable. Have a backup plan in case your internet

or computer fails you.
Communicate with your Instructor and secretariats
a) Introduce yourself e.g your name, course and academic program.
b) Provide relevant details related to the issue you are writing about.
c) Provide other information e.g your e-mail, phone or WhatsApp number where you

could be reached.
d) Use proper online conventions for to emphasis on important things because it is

generally sensed as "shouting" or o Emoticons e.g considerate use of relevant
smiley icons.
e) Write with proper spelling.
f) Avoid abbreviations to prevent confusions.
g) Expect that your lecturers may take some time to reply to your email or messages.
h) Make sure your message is brief and clear - the KISS (Keep It Short and Simple)
principle.
8.3. PARTICIPATING IN ONLINE DISCUSSION
a) Make connections between your posts and the content you are learning in the
course, e.g. sharing your experience and relevant learning materials.
b) Include resources (website, journal, newspaper article etc.) that might be useful in
your posts.
c) Use language that is appropriate for an academic environment. Avoid writing in a
way that is too informal Respond to others’ posts in a positive way.
d) Be respectful and positive in tone, when you wish to present an alternative
viewpoint.
e) Participate in the community discussion.
f) Read others’ comments before posting, and connect your ideas with what you are
hearing from your classmates.

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8.4. GOOD PRACTICES FOR LIVE VIDEO TRAINING
Environment
Synchronous learning refers to teaching and learning that occur in real time i.e.
students and lecturer are physically or virtually present at the same time, but not in the
same place. Preparation a day before the class

a) Be sure that you get the invitation to and correct link to the online platform (e.g.
Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, etc.) for your synchronous learning session.

b) Be ready with your webcam and microphone for in-class interaction. Test the
equipments to make sure they work properly.

15 minutes before class
a) Look for a dedicated space where you can stay focused during the live session.
b) Dress appropriately as a student.
c) Eliminate unnecessary distractions and noises including browsers and
applications such as Skype, WhatsApp that may affect your connection speed.
d) Join the online class 10-15 minutes before it starts.

During class
a) Mute your microphone to limit distractions to your lecturer’s presentation, except

when necessary.
b) Use the ‘raise hand’ feature in the online meeting platforms, if you want to say

something in the meeting.
c) You can also use the chat feature to interact with your lecturer and classmates.
d) Take the chance to be active in the session by asking and answering questions,

and/or sharing resources.
e) Self-identify yourself when speaking so that your lecturer and classmates know who

is talking.
f) Take turns to talk to give chance for your classmates to speak as well.

After the class session
a) Take note of the requirements e.g readings and assignment deadlines.
b) Contact your lecturer and classmates for further inquiries.

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9. CONTACT INFORMATION CIAST TRAINING COORDINATOR:

For further information, please contact at the following information:

International Training Unit
Centre for Instructor and Advanced Skill Training (CIAST)
P.O Box 7012, Jalan Petani 19/1
Section 19, Shah Alam
40900 Selangor, MALAYSIA
Telephone: +603-5543 8200
Or visit the website at http://www.ciast.gov.my

1. The Training Coordinator:

Ms. Shamsiah Sarkawi (Head of Unit)
Telephone: +603-55438294/+6019-6643424

Ms. Suhana Naziran
Telephone: +603-55438311/+6017-3956535

Ms. Farehan Ismail
Telephone: +603-5543 8332/ +6019-2818068

Ms.Saluwa Masdar
Telephone: +603-5543 8321 /+6019-2759259

Mr. Assuardey Abdullah
Telephone: +603-5543 8238 /+6019-3354656
Fax: +603-55411508

2. Live Video Technology Instructor:

Mr. Maznizam Mansor (Head of Team).
Telephone: +603-55438326/ +6012-387 0713

Ms. Fatima Zuraida Abd Rahman
Telephone: +603-55438389/ +6019-232 0108

Mr. Gafaar Musar
Telephone: +603-55438389/+ 6019-390 8939

Mr. Nur’Shamier Hidzad Kamaruzzaman
Telephone: +603-55438389/ +6013-401 8036

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10. MALAYSIAN TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAMME
(MTCP)

The Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP) was first initiated at the First
Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Sydney in February 1978.
It was officially launched on 7 September 1980 at the Commonwealth Heads of State
Meeting in New Delhi, India, to signify Malaysia’s commitment to South-South
Cooperation, in particular Technical Cooperation among Developing Countries (TCDC).

In line with the spirit of South-South Cooperation, Malaysia through MTCP shares its
development experiences and expertise with other developing countries. The MTCP
was first formulated based on the belief that the development of a country depends on
the quality of its human resources. The programme forms part of the commitment of the
Malaysian Government towards the promotion of technical cooperation among
developing countries, strengthening of regional and sub-regional cooperation, as well
as nurturing collective self-reliance among developing countries.

The MTCP emphasizes the development of human resources through the provision of
training in various areas which are essential for a country’s development such as public
administration, good governance, health services, education, sustainable development,
agriculture, poverty alleviation, investment promotion, ICT and banking. More than 60
short-term specialized programmes are offered by more than 60 MTCP training
institutions, many of which are centres of excellence for training. Since its launching,
more than 26,000 participants from 139 countries and 2 British overseas territories have
benefited from the various programmes offered under the MTCP.

The MTCP has been managed by the Economic Planning Unit, Prime Minister’s
Department since its inception. In a move to further enable MTCP to spread its wings

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wider and stronger, the Malaysian Government has decided to transfer the MTCP to the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1 January 2010. It is envisaged that emplacing it under
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs could provide the synergy and support it requires in line
with Malaysia’s foreign policy. As the focal point for the MTCP, the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs of Malaysia (Wisma Putra) is responsible to formulate policies, fund, coordinate,
monitor and evaluate the MTCP programmes.

11. CIAST AT GLANCE

CIAST is the forefront institute in the Ministry of Human Resources and as a leading
organization in the development and enhancement trainers of skills training in Malaysia.
The centre offers courses in instructor training, supervisory training and advanced skill
training for skills instructors, industrial supervisors and coaches and industrial skilled
workers from the private and public sectors as well as international level. Training
programs at the centre were conducted by experienced instructors with various technical
backgrounds.

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Vision
▪ Organization leader in developing and empowering world class instructors in skills.

Mission
▪ Developing world class instructors who are knowledgeable, competent, disciplined

and responsive to changing environment and technology.

Objective
▪ Produce instructors to meet the needs of national skills training institutions.
▪ Enhancing instructors continuously in the field of skills and training methodology

according to technological developments.
▪ To certify instructors and industry experts in line with the Malaysia Skills

Certification System.
▪ Enrich the skills training curriculum.
▪ Strengthen international training and relationship.

▪ Strengthening infrastructure of information technology and communication as well
as multimedia and electronic learning system.

▪ Providing conducive and relevant training facilities and environments.
▪ Cultivating moral values, positive attitudes and healthy work culture to instructors.

Location
CIAST is located in Shah Alam, the state capital of Selangor which is also known as
the “Orchid City” of Malaysia.

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Distance LOCATION DISTANCE
CIAST 3.5 km
START KLIA 48 km
HOTEL 25 km
CIAST KUALA LUMPUR 25 km
CIAST KLIA
KUALA LUMPUR

Core Business B. In-Service Courses
A. Pre-Employment Courses

• Vocational Training Operation Modular & Customized :
(VTO) Certificates Instructor Training:
Pedagogy Training,
• Diploma Teaching Methodology,
• Advanced Diploma Instructor Industrial Attachment,
Industrial Expertise Sharing,
C. Database Development Standard and Curriculum
Development
• TVET Instructor Profiling System
(TIPS) Skills Training:
Upskilling and Reskilling,
• Verification and Assesment Personels Computer Technology (Network &
(PPV) System), Electronics, Production,
Welding, Mechatronics, Automotive
D. Skills Competition

• Worldskills Malaysia Belia (Trainee) (WSMB)
• Worldskills Malaysia Pengajar (Trainer) (WSMP)
• ASEAN Skills Competition (ASC)
• Worldskills Competition (WSC)
• Panasonic Skills Competition
• Abilympics Competiton

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E. International Training
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CIAST Facilities
CIAST Satellite Campus (CSC)

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12. ABOUT MALAYSIA

Malaysia, country of Southeast Asia, lying just north of the Equator, that is composed of
two noncontiguous regions: Peninsular Malaysia (Semenanjung Malaysia), also called
West Malaysia (Malaysia Barat), which is on the Malay Peninsula and
East Malaysia (Malaysia Timur), which is on the island of Borneo.

2% Religions
1%
3%

6% Muslim
Buddhist
9% Christian
Hindu
19% 60%

Other Tradisional
Chinese Religion

Religions: Islam is the official religion of Malaysia but there is freedom of worship.

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Ethnic Make up

8% 54%
12%
26%

Malay Chinese Indigenous Others

Ethnic Make-up: a bubbling, busting melting-pot of races and religions and many other
ethnic groups live together in peace and harmony

Democratic Head of The Head of
system Government is State is The
Yang DiPertuan
the Prime
Minister. Agong

GOVERMENT OF
MALAYSIA

Constitutional Independence
Monarchy on 31 August

1957.

The power to
govern is

vested by the
constitution on
His Majesty the
Yang DiPertuan

Agong

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POPULATION
Malaysia is a multi-racial nation. In 2016, total population of
Malaysia is estimated at 31.7 million persons, an increase of 0.5
million persons as compared to 31.2 million persons in 2015 with

1.5 per cent population growth rate for the same period.

CURRENCY

The unit of currency is the Ringgit Malaysia (RM). Currency notes are
issued in denominations of RM1, RM5, RM10, RM50 and RM100. Coins
are issued in 5 cent, 10 cent, 20 cent and 50 cent. Travellers‟ cheques

can be exchanged for Ringgit Malaysia at any bank or authorized
money changer. The Malaysian currency is at RM4.18 =US$1.00( as a 4

December 2019)

CLIMATE
The country experiences tropical weather year round.
Temperature range from 21C (59F) to 32C (77F) Annual rainfall
varies from 2000mm to 2500mm. However, the wettest part of
Malaysia could well be the hill slopes of Sarawak inland areas,
which receive a mean annual rainfall exceeding 5,000 mm

ELECTRICITY
Voltage is 220-240 Volt AC at 50 cycles per second. Malaysia

uses standard 3-pin square plugs and socket.

CAPITAL CITY
Kuala Lumpur, about half and hour from CIAST, Shah Alam

LANGUAGE TIME
Malaysia is 8 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
and 16 hours ahead of United States Pacific Standard Time.

The Bahasa Malaysia (Malay language) is the National Language of the
country. However, the people are free to use their mother tongue and
other languages. English is the second language and is widely used in
business and in daily conversation

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13. USEFULL WEB/MEDIA FOR REFERENCE:

1. CIAST: www.ciast.gov.my
2. DSD: www.dsd.gov.my
3. TOURISM: www.tourism.gov.my
4. Embassy: http://www.kln.gov.my
6. Facebook: International training Unit
7. Facebook: Teammedia CIAST
8. Facebook: CIAST

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