Our team members organise a comprehensive career programme to facilitate career development of all students.
Our team members encourage their students to make their informed educational and career choices that are congruent with their personal qualities, such as talents, interests and abilities, while fully recognising that educational and career opportunities can be affected by many factors.
Conduct surveys on career paths of graduates and career development needs and problems of students; and initiate differential career guidance programmes/curriculum/activities according to the survey findings.
Organise career intervention activities for students and their parents. The intervention activities include organising visits to industrial/commercial/academic organisations and inviting guest speakers to give career talks on further education and job opportunities.
Provide individual/group guidance and counselling to assist students to understand their aspirations, abilities and needs and plan their career path.
Equip students with job related and life skills, such as interviewing skills, communication skills, decision making skills and social skills, etc; and inculcate students with a correct attitude towards work in an early stage
Arrange Career-related Experience (CRE) activities such as volunteer services and work trial programmes for students, advise students in their CRE/Student Learning Profile and develop appropriate work attitude/reflective thinking skills in them.
Collect, update and disseminate information on further education, vocational training opportunities, job opportunities and requirements of different jobs.
Alert the students of the possible traps, and assist them when they apply for further studies and jobs.
Promote the awareness of safety at work for school leavers as well as for young students taking up temporary summer work.
Miss Yuen Sin Yan (Chairlady)
Miss Wong Ching Man
Miss Lo Hiu Suet
Mr Yan On Ting
Miss Yeung Tsz Yan
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