Putrajaya, Aug 19 - 17 participants from various countries such as Azerbaijan, Malawi, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Fiji, Thailand and Sri Lanka had a visit to Community Education (PenMas) Division this morning.
There are the participants who are enrolling in “Executive Certificate Course For Strategic Management of Anti-Corruption Programme”, held in Malaysian Anti-Corruption Academy (MACA) from 10 to 21 August 2015.
The main objective of this visit was to expose the participants with MACC structure, functions and achievements. In addition, this visit was also to exchange ideas and views regarding corruption prevention programme in their respective countries.
The event started with a group photo session in MACC lobby once the entourage arrived around 8.30 am. The participants were then escorted to Video Interviewing Room (VIR). A briefing in regard to the usage of this room was delivered by Superintendent Badri bin Azni from Investigation Division.
Later they were brought to have a look on lockup and Identification Parade Room, and SASupt. Mohd Azizan Bin Mahat was there to give them a briefing.
After that, they went to MACC Gallery before joining a session at the Theather Hall in Community Education Division. A talk on MACC Transformation was presented by Chief SAC Haji Abdul Samat Bin Kasah.
The event ended with a photo session and presentation of souvenirs to participants as a keepsake.