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FEE STRUCTURE
Type of Membership Admission Fee Annual Fee
Ordinary Members 20.00 30.00
Certified Members - 30.00
Student / Youth Members 20.00 10.00
Associate Member (Citizenship) 20.00 20.00
Associate Member (Non-Citizens) 20.00 300.00

Fee were in Malaysia Ringgit(MYR)

THE CCIG MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM ALSO CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE.

PLEASE SEND BACK TO US THE COMPLETED FORM WITH ONE(1) ID/PASSPORT SIZED PHOTO AND REGISTRATION FEE VIA EMAIL TO INFO@CCIGMALAYSIA.COM

ONCE APPROVED, WE WILL NOTIFY YOU VIA EMAIL FOR ANY UPDATES.

  1. By Cash:
  2. Operation hour:

    9.00 am - 6.00 pm(Lunch break: 1.00pm - 2.00pm)

    Monday - Friday (closed on: Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday)

    Office address:

    Creative Content Industry Guild Malaysia

    No 13-1 Ukay Boulevard

    Jalan Lingkaran Tengah Dua, Hulu Kelang

    68000 Ampang, Selangor, MALAYSIA

  3. By Money Order:
  4. Recipient: CCIG Honorary Treasurer

    Postal address:

    Creative Content Industry Guild Malaysia

    No 13-1 Ukay Boulevard

    Jalan Lingkaran Tengah Dua, Hulu Kelang

    68000 Ampang, Selangor, MALAYSIA

CERTIFICATION & RECOGNITION

Advice and assistance concerning certification recognised by the creative industry, locally and internationally

CCIG WEB PROFILE

The opportunity to be discovered and recommended for projects when members are listed in the central database – the CCIG official portal.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING & SHORT COURSE PROGRAM

The opportunity to undertake professional training at recommended institutions and centres with a focus on hands-on practical skills development. Free or discounted fees when registering for training on programmes in collaboration with CCIG.

LEGISLATION & WELFARE

Improvement of the overall welfare of industry practitioners:

  • fair & equitable wage rates and working conditions
  • career support
  • retirement & insurance coverage
  • workers’ rights
  • intellectual property protection

THE FOLLOWING ARE EXAMPLES OF BENEFITS FOR CCIG MEMBERS:

  • The opportunity to be known and recommended for projects via the CCIG official portal. Career and social status positioning when a practitioner is certified.
  • Added value as a certified practitioner (CCIG certified member) when applying for creative grants or loans from agencies.
  • Free legal advice on job-related matters.
  • The opportunity to follow professional training at recommended institutions or centres with a focus on hands-on practical skills.
  • Advice and assistance for certification recognised by the industry. CCIG issues certified memberships to validated practitioners in accordance with the industry recognition framework.
  • Free or discounted fees when registering for training on programmes in collaboration with CCIG.

CCIG Malaysia offers six types of memberships – Honorary Member, Ordinary Member, Certified Member, Associate Member (citizen and non-citizen), Student Member and Youth Member. Certified membership is a premium category and is open only to certified Ordinary Members. Ordinary Members and Certified Members can vote at AGM elections, however election to the CCIG Council is reserved for candidates among Certified Members only. Honorary membership is only by invitation.

ORDINARY MEMBER

Malaysia aged 18 and above. Involved directly in the creative content industry. Entitled to vote and but not entitled to be elected as CCIG’s council member.

CERTIFIED MEMBER

Applies to Registered Members who are involved directly and actively in the industry and have been recognised and supported by a CCIG Council member or certification panel or board. Entitled to vote and to be elected as a CCIG Council member.

HONORARY MEMBER

Invited by CCIG due to their contribution to the community and the creative industry. Not entitled to vote or to be elected as a CCIG Council member.

ASSOCIATE MEMBER

  • Open to two sub-categories.
  • Malaysians aged 18 and above, and involved directly or indirectly in the creative content industry.
  • Non-Malaysians involved in the creative content industry in Malaysia.
  • Not entitled to vote or be elected a CCIG Council member.

YOUTH MEMBER

  • Malaysian aged below 18 years.
  • Given permission by a parent or legal guardian.
  • Not entitled to vote or be elected a CCIG Council member.

STUDENTS

  • Malaysian aged 18 and above.
  • Registered with a public or private institution of higher learning.
  • Not entitled to vote or be elected as a CCIG Council member.
Type Registration Annual Total
Ordinary Member RM20 RM30 RM50
Certified Member RM20 RM30 RM50
Honorary Member FREE FREE FREE
Associate Member(Malaysian) RM20 RM20 RM40
Associate Member(Non-Malaysian) RM20 RM300 RM320
Youth Members RM20 RM10 RM30
Student Members RM20 RM10 RM30

CERTIFICATION

ABOUT CCRIF

WHAT IS MEANT BY "INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION"?

When and individual enters the industry to practise for the first time, he or she may initially be accepted by fellow practitioners with the same reservation. There is a reason for this; the newcomer has yet to prove his or her competence, value or ability to work in a team. Compared with an experienced and competent practitioner, the newcomer is considered to be starting from zero even though he or she may have a university degree. The newcomer will have to prove his or her worth in the industry in order to be accepted or recognised as part of the fraternity. Being accepted or recognised by the industry is very important because successful industries always emerge from a base of competent and experienced workers. Industry certification is a process of certification by industry professionals by means which an individual is evaluated and recognised in his or her field of work. Being recognised by the industry is very valuable because it gives a practitioner a distinct status or a "moral license to practice" in the industry.

HOW DOES A PERSON OBTAIN HIS INDUSTRY RECOGNITION?
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A person can obtain industry recognition or certification by first joining CCIG Malaysia as an ordinary member. The next step is presenting his or her job portfolio to a seven-member certification panel appointed under an industry-led framework called the Creative Content Industry Recognition Framework, or CCIRF. Three tiers of certification are provided – Practitioner, Advanced and Professional.

CCIRF is administered by CCIG, an industry-led body, tasked with providing industry recognition to all practitioners via specific certification processes.

Unlike the well-known MQF (Malaysian Qualification Framework), CCIRF focuses on the experience, skill, contribution and achievement of a practitioner. This is a major difference in approach because CCIRF evaluates “what has been delivered for the industry” instead of academic achievement.

PROCESS OF CERTIFICATION EXERCISE

ORDINARY MEMBERS
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CCIG Malaysia registered members who are involved directly or indirectly in the creative content industry, such as:

Creative Writing Television and Film Production Advertising Design Animation Digital Content Visual Arts Music Fashion and Textile etc.
CERTIFICATION PROCESS
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Assessment is based on standards and criteria (for each cluster or categories) set at Cluster Expert Meetings (CEMs)

Certification Panels: Expert (Certified Members) from that creative field, representattives from government bodies or agencies and academics (public or private institutions of higher learning).

CERTIFIED MEMBER

PROFESSIONAL

ADVANCED

PRACTITIONERS

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The opportunity to be known and recommended for projects via the official CCIG web portal.

Added value as a certified practitioner (CCIG certified member) when applying for creative grants or loans from agencies*

The opportunity to follow professional training at recommended institutions with focus on hands-on practical skills*

Entitled to vote and to be elected as CCIG council member.

*Under CCIG collaboration.

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