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HKCAAVQ witnesses signing framework agreement by VTC, Shenzhen Polytechnic

30 Dec 2020

The Vocational Training Council (VTC) and the Shenzhen Polytechnic (SZPT) Framework Agreement Signing Ceremony was held online on 15 December 2020. As a long term partner of VTC, HKCAAVQ is invited to witness the signing ceremony. Executive Director of HKCAAVQ Mr Albert Chow, Deputy Executive Director (Academic) Dr Joe Hong, Deputy Executive Director (VPET) Dr Chiu Sau Mee, Senior Registrar (Development) Dr Christina Ng, Head and Registrar of Qualifications Framework and Qualifications Register Ms Anne Lau, and Head of Executive Support and Corporate Communications Ms Cindy Chan, attended the signing ceremony virtually.

Ms Michelle Li Mei-sheung, Permanent Secretary for Education of the HKSAR Government delivered a speech at the ceremony, followed by speeches by Director of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Affairs Office of the Department of Education of Guangdong Province, Mr LI Jinjun, and Deputy Director of the Department of Educational, Scientific and Technological Affairs of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the HKSAR, Professor XU Kai. Dr Carrie Yau, Executive Director of VTC and Dr Li Yue, the Vice President of SZPT then signed the framework agreement via the online platform. The signing ceremony was also witnessed by the Chairman of VTC, Mr Tony TAI and the Secretary of Party Committee and President of Shenzhen Polytechnic, Dr YANG Xinbin.

With a concrete foundation over the past 17 years, the VTC and the SZPT have been collaborating in providing the Electrical Services Stream under the Higher Diploma in Electrical Engineering programme and organising student and staff exchanges. By signing the new Agreement, both parties will explore in vocational and professional education and training, including the joint development of programmes, internships and student and staff exchanges, to enrich young people’s learning experiences and prepare them to meet with the opportunities in the Greater Bay Area.