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Our guest in this episode, Kylie Hung, turned her interest into a career.With her hard work and encouragement from family, Kylie Hung turned her dream and interest into a career. She has become the author of comic book Lobintan. She encourages young people to work hard and try their best to overcome all difficulties once they found their dream jobs.And her works are also widely recognised, how did she achieve her dream? Example of related training and courses for Illustrators Certificate- Open University of Hong Kong - Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours in Animation and Visual Effects- St. James' Settlement - Diploma for Illustration and Original Designers- Vocational Training Council - Higher Diploma in Illustration- Hong Kong Design Institute - Professional Certificate in Illustration Studies For more information about Illustrator or other careers information, please visit EDB Life Planning Information website.
As the saying goes, “It takes ten years to grow a tree but a hundred years to nurture people”. To grow a tree requires many conditions.The guest of this episode Mr Hincent NG learned about the profession of an arborist through an internship programme and acquired the Certified Arborist in 2013. He is currently responsible for the greening of a university campus. He reminded young people to pursue continuing education in their fields. He is always exposed to all kinds of weather and takes care of trees outdoors. Behind this tough job is his dedication to nature and the environment. Let us listen to his story. Example of related training and courses for Arborist Certificate- Integrated Vocational Development Centre (IVDC)-Certificate in Arboriculture ManagementHigher Diploma / Associate Degree- Vocational Training Council (VTC) - Higher Diploma in Conservation and Tree ManagementBachelor Degree- Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (Thei) – Bachelor of Arts (Hon) Horticulture and Landscape Management For more information about Arborist or other careers information, please visit EDB Life Planning Information website.
Cooking is the hobby of a lot of people. But when it comes to career planning, have you ever thought of becoming a chef?Determined to be a chef since childhood, Mr Jayson TANG enrolled in a professional training programme, worked hard and successfully turned his interest into career. Now he is the Executive Chef of a hotel in Hong Kong. He has succeeded in turning his interest into a career. He said frankly that when a person is passionate about his work, he will not find it difficult. Vice-Chairperson of Hong Kong Association of Careers Masters and Guidance Masters, Mr HO Chun Yan advised young people that when they plan for their future career path, they should set short-term and medium-term goals. After joining the workforce, both continuing studies and work experience are important.Let us take a look at his story. Example of related training and courses for Chef Higher Diploma / Associate Degree- Hong Kong Culinary Academy - Advanced Diploma in Hotel Culinary Management- Hong Kong College of Technology - Higher Diploma in Tourism Management (Culinary) Bachelor Degree- Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong - Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Culinary Arts and Management For more information about Chef or other careers information, please visit EDB Life Planning Information website.
The beginning of work life marks the beginning of another life stage. While there are a vast variety of occupations and industry prospects, it is natural to ponder the way to make informed and suitable decisions for our career plan in the future. A video titled “The Five Stories of Life Planning” which features five life stories about self-discovery and career exploration is produced by “La Violet Charity Foundation” (Chinese version only), a funded organisation of the “Funding Scheme for Youth Life Planning Activities”. The interviewees come from different walks of life. They are Shala, a Singer and a Composer; Zowie, a Media Editor; Ranger, a Business Development Officer of a social enterprise; Wing, a Community Tour Guide; and Hannah, a Marketing Manager of a social enterprise. Let’s listen to their life stories and advice on life planning. “The Five Stories of Life Planning” (Source: The Youth Development Commission Facebook Page) About “Funding Scheme for Youth Life Planning Activities” The Youth Development Commission provides subsidies for non-governmental organisations to work in collaboration with secondary schools in organising a wide variety of life planning projects for the youth under the “Funding Scheme for Youth Life Planning Activities” (the Scheme). By offering in-depth, appropriate and continuous individual counselling services, the Scheme aims at helping the youth to search for their life goals and to be well prepared for the next life stage. For more information, please visit the ydc.gov.hk website.