Wednesday, November 14, 2018

CAE Sim Visit for APSS students


14th November 2018. We're happy to have students from Asia Pacific Smart School today to experience the A320 simulator at CAE's training centre in Sepang. The kids got to learn about turbine engines, aircraft door operations, cabin crew grooming and other related aviation training matters. Thank you Sarah and Reefa from CAE for hosting us. We look forward to our next visit, and we hope that everyone had fun and took back something home today to inspire yourselves for the future 😊

Monday, November 12, 2018

Rocketry in Kulim



12th November 2018. We had a wonderful time today engaging the students of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Kulim for a session of our advanced rocketry workshop. We taught them about fuselage design and aerodynamics on how to reduce surface friction for their home made rockets. They successfully launched 9 rockets from their school field. We also gave the rest of the school, career talks to inspire them to achieve their goals and ambitions. A special thanks to Yusfi for organizing a great event. Until next time, up, up and away 🚀

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Career Talk in Monash University Malaysia


27th October 2018. I gave a career talk to promote the Australian education system and its benefits to students who are thinking of studying down under. I would like to thank the Malaysian Australian Alumni Council and Monash University Malaysia for organizing the said event.



Saturday, October 20, 2018

Rocketry in Kuang with Microsoft


20th October 2018. Thank you Microsoft Malaysia for inviting us to be a part of the STEM party with the children of Asrama Damai as part of our ongoing support for the community.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Rocketry in APSS


12th September 2018. We were in Asia Pacific Smart Schools today for a Space Talk and rocket launch for our Astronautics Club Malaysia members. I had a great time and enjoyed sharing my experience with them 👍

Sunday, May 13, 2018

‘Rocketry for Science’ Launched

Captain Faiz Kamaludin shares the research outcome of 
 conducting rocketry workshops across Malaysia


5th May 2018: Earthopia, Kajang, Selangor D.E. - Captain Faiz Kamaludin has always believed that the research outcome of conducting rocketry workshops is an important analysis that needs to be shared with academicians and the general public alike. Through a government funded grant from 2012 to 2014, AstroX was able to carry out more than 20 rocketry workshops across the country in a bid to inculcate the interest of science in schoolchildren.

This book provides an insider’s guide to rocketry workshops and corporate social responsibility practices in Malaysia. The analysis will be helpful to individuals or organisations that are interested to learn and understand more about CSR practices in developing countries and how science education can be used as the vehicle to transform a nation to shift into the field of science and technology.

‘Rocketry for Science’ reveals social impact studies that are insightful to promote the growth of science for students in Malaysia. The event also showcased the newly opened educational centre in Kajang which provides STEM and STEAM related services.

‘Rocketry for Science’
The Insider’s Guide to Rocketry Workshops and Corporate Social Responsibility in Malaysia
By Captain Faiz Kamaludin
ISBN 978-3-330-05022-8
Available in Earthopia, Amazon.com and Get-Morebooks.com