Adobe After Effects Malaysia (AEMY) in collaboration with MDeC and Adobe will be organising an event;
TechTalk@KDC: An Afternoon With Adobe, MAXON & VGAV on July 2nd 2013 @ Auditorium, MSC Malaysia Knowledge Workers Development Centre (KDC), Cyberjaya.
Among the speakers are, Paul Burnett of Adobe Systems (Australia), Fauzi Yusoff of VGAV (Kuala Lumpur) and Karl Soule' of Adobe Systems (USA). This event is held in conjunction with the release of the Adobe Creative Cloud products.
For more info and registration info please visit http://aemy03.eventbrite.com
Tickets are limited to 300 pax.
If you are interested in pursuing a career in the Creative Industry in Malaysia. Good news!! CILL (Creative Industry Lifelong Learning Programme) is the way to go. I've done my research, only in Malaysia you'll get everything paid for by MDeC. All you need to do is fill-up an online form submit some documents and if successful, off you go! Successful applicants have used this fundings to study in New York, United Kingdom or locally. You have the choice to choose your training institution. Here is a FAQ you can refer to in case you have doubts. I am encouraging everyone who is eligible to apply now. It takes about 3 months to process. Most importantly, the funding will not be there forever, so please take action now.
You can get full details at http://www.cill.my
Feel free to pop your questions below and I'll try my best to answer them. Good luck!
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