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Date: 11-14 July 2018 (Wednesday – Friday)
Time: 4 days 3 nights in Ipoh, Perak
Venue: Hotel Casuarina @ Meru
The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM)
Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and the Pacific (FEIAP)
Malaysian Service Providers Confederation (MSPC)
Co-organised by :
WFEO-CIC – The Institution of Engineers, India
Celebrating 40 Years of FEIAP Success and Congratulations to
50th WFEO Birthday
This year, The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM) will be hosting the 26th FEIAP General Assembly in mid July 2018 at one of the Ipoh best hotel. Held over three days, major highlights include the 26th FEIAP General Assembly (“GA”) and the FEIAP Distinguished Dinner and award night (“Dinner”). The GA attracts more than 22 member economies from the Asia and Pacific region and beyond to discuss issues relating to engineering profession. Interesting sight-seeing places in Ipoh and a cave tour with a visit to one of the best university in Kampar will be part of this GA programme
During the Dinner, an eminent speaker will deliver a keynote speech on the development of the town built on Tin”. Two/three distinguished engineers will be receiving the “FEIAP Engineer of the Year” award in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the engineering profession. The Dinner is expected to be attended by more than 300 engineers from the public and private sectors in the Asia Pacific regions including Europe and Africa.
26th FEIAP GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND
MSPC SYMPOSIUM & EXHIBITION
WITH WFEO-CIC SEMINAR
11-14 JULY 2018
Firefly and Tiger Air (Scoot) are the two (2) airlines that flies from
Singapore to Ipoh and the timing for the l hour 15 min flight are as above
WHEN AND WHERE ?
The cheapest way to reach Ipoh is by coach There are a number of daily trips from major terminals in Selangor/KL to Medan Gopeng Ipoh Bus Station, with trip time being around 2 ½ hours and the fare is considerably cheap.
WHAT IS IT ABOUT ?
WFEO – CIC IT
There are many means to get to Ipoh, Perak either by rail, air or road. One can easily travel by train between Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh as there are daily trains that depart from KL Sentral. The train takes about 2 hours to reach Ipoh. ETS trains provide eight return trips for the Kuala Lumpur-Ipoh route daily. The ETS reduces travel time between Ipoh and Kuala Lumpur by about one hour.
Delegates are strongly recommended to take the ERL to KL Sentral and ETS to Ipoh or fly in from Singapore.
Booking Tickets for the ETS KL to Ipoh Train
To book your tickets on the ETS Electric Train from Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh, you can sometimes book them at the station on the day of travel if there are seats still available, but we would highly advise you to book them in advance. If you would like to make an advance booking it is much easier to book tickets online - either directly from the Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) website, or using an online ticket agent which offer a much quicker and easier booking process.
Singapore to Ipoh Flights Ipoh to Singapore Flights
Full List of train departures from KL Sentral to Ipoh :
Flying is also an option. One can fly from Singapore to Ipoh by air as there are daily flights from Changi Airport Budget Terminal to Ipoh's Sultan Azlan Shah Airport. There are at least 2 flights a day from Singapore to Ipoh and from Ipoh to Singapore. Should one arrive in Kuala Lumpur then one has the option to choose the coach ride (bus) or hired car (taxi) or take the fast train.
Tourism Perak will sponsor two days sight- seeing trips for the FEIAP delegates. Ipoh is the capital
city of Perak, situated 205 km north of Kuala Lumpur and strategically located in the heart of Kinta
Valley. The city lies on the river banks of Kinta River surrounded by breathtaking limestone hill
sand lush greenery terrains. Ipoh is the 4th largest city in Malaysia and is one of the fascinating
tourist destinations in the Peninsular of Malaysia splendor with heritage, culture and nature. Ipoh is
surrounded by beautiful limestone outcrops with wonderful cave temples. Today's Ipoh is well
known for its excellent restaurants, hawkers, and famous local dishes. Because of this you will find
famous 'Ipoh cuisine' hawkers at many places throughout Malaysia. (Please see leaflet attached).
The Federation of Engineering Institutions of Southeast Asia and the Pacific (FEISEAP) is an international non-profit professional organization founded on 6 July 1978. Its establishment following an exploratory meeting convened and organised by The Engineering Institute of Thailand under The King's Patronage with the support of the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on 3 July 1978 in Chiang Mai. Being an independent umbrella organization for the engineering institutions in the Southeast Asia and the Pacific region, the objectives of FEISEAP are to encourage the application of technical progress to economic and social advancement throughout the world; to advance engineering as a profession in the interest of all people; and to foster peace throughout the world. The Federation was, itself, an international member of the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO), that pursues objectives similar to those of FEISEAP on a global scale. The Constitution of the Federation has been amended several times at its biennial General Assemblies. At the 14th General Assembly of FEISEAP held in Cebu, Philippines, on 26 November, 2007 the question of the continuation of FEISEAP was discussed. It was unanimously agreed at that General Assembly, that the Federation should continue provided that its Constitution was reviewed to more clearly define its objectives and to broaden the scope of economies eligible for membership. This version of the Constitution is the result of that review and consultation with all Members. It was unanimously adopted by the Special General Assembly of the Federation held in Hanoi, Viet Nam, on 2 June 2008. The Constitution incorporates a change of its name to the Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and the Pacific (FEIAP).
Highlights of Joint Organisers
MSPC is wholly responsible for the formulation of common strategies, networking at national, regional and international levels for the Malaysian services industry. We help in promoting and stimulating demand for professional and business services in Malaysia and export markets.
We help accelerate the growth of the Services industry by:
Enhancing the industry’s competitiveness, productivity and efficiency; Developing the capacities and capabilities for the sector; Positioning Malaysia to be a regional centre of excellence; Engaging with the authorities, in the spirit of Malaysia Inc., to create a more conducive business
environment for investments and export of Malaysian services; Outreaching, nurturing and partnering members’ organizations in strengthening institutional
support in development and promotion of industry.
The World Federation of Engineering Organizations is an international, non-governmental organization representing the engineering profession worldwide and is founded in 1968, under the auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organizations (UNESCO) in Paris, the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) brings together national engineering organizations from over 90 nations and represents some 20 million engineers from around the world. WFEO has formed 10 standing technical committees dealing with various subjects with a focus on Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). One of the commitees is Information and Communication (CIC) which has its objectives as technological advancements for sustainable developments.
WFEO-CIC, the Standing Committee on Information and Communication (CIC)- holds as a duty to
lead forward I Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in order for it to be applied globally,
and focuses on developing countries where narrowing the gap has become essential.
WFEO-CIC is holding this seminar in association with The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM).
FEIAP 2014 Beijing, China
WFEO-CIC IT WORK GROUP
FEIAP DELEGATES SPONSORED TOUR PROGRAMME for Day 1 and Day 3
The History of FEIAP
Date Time Symposium – The Future is Digital - Ballrom 1
(Tuesday) 10 July 2018
Arrival of Delegates to Ipoh and Registration
Check in to hotel
19.00 – 20.00 MSPC Cocktail Reception
Day 1 (Wednesday)
11 July 2018
08:45 –0 9:00 Introductory Remarks, Setting the Scene, Ir. Choo Kok Beng FASc. Symposium Organising Chairman
09:00 – 10:00
09.00 09.30 10.00
Session One: DIGITAL MARKETING
Session Chair: Dato’ Yasmin Mahmood, MDEC, CEO
Cashless Payment in Digital Marketing, WeChat
Cybersecurity in Digital Marketing, Ministry of Domestic Tr