Corporate Responsibility
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"'Train' for life's journeys" Programme 2017

Since 2009, .Train・ for Life・s Journeys has been providing secondary school students with a unique learning experience to find their passion, enhance soft skills and strengthen their self-confidence. Our goal is to unleash the potential of young people so that they can create bright futures for themselves and their communities.

The 10-day training programme, which is run in conjunction with the Methodist Centre, aims to broaden students・ horizons through a series of workshops, overnight camps, and work experiences at MTR. Through mentorship and a structured career-and-life planning element, students will have the chance to strengthen their interpersonal communications and creative-thinking skills.

2017 Training Programme Details
Programme Date 10 days between 17 July and mid- August 2017
Programme Objectives
  • To enhance participants・ self-understanding through exploring their strengths and abilities.
  • To build participants・ confidence and develop a positive attitude when facing challenges.
  • To expand participants・ social network and strengthen their interpersonal communication skills.
  • To develop participants・ leadership skills, offering them chances to lead groups in teambuilding activities.
  • To broaden the horizons of participants, and contribute to their career and life planning through job tasting at MTR.
Programme Details
  • Three days of workshops organised by the Methodist Centre.
  • Three-day, two-night training camp at Hong Kong PHAB Association Jockey Club PHAB Camp.
  • Four days of experiential activities and training at MTR.
No. of Participants 200 SS1 & SS2 (F4 - F5) students selected from
  • Secondary Schools'* nominations
  • Self nomination
Successful nominees 195 students have been selected to join this year・s programme. Click here to view the list or visit:
Eligibility Students must be currently in SS1 or SS2 (F4 or F5)
Selection Process
  • Each school can nominate up to a maximum of three students. Students are also welcome to nominate themselves if the school quota is full.
  • Shortlisted applicants will be invited for group interviews. 200 students will be selected to join the programme.
  • Candidates will be invited to complete the John Holland Career Test so that we can best match their interest with the job tasting experience.
  • Shortlisted candidates should prepare a piece of original work on the theme of :Hong Kong, 10 years from now; in any format (e.g. a written essay in Chinese or English, 1-minute short film, drawing, comic, poetry, lyrics, model, etc.).
  • Applications can be submitted online, by post or in person.
  • Application deadline: 24 March 2017.
Selection considerations
  • Priority will be given to students who may not have the opportunity to attend similar programmes.
  • We look for students who have good conduct and aspirations for their future.
  • Students do not necessarily have to be high achievers V we welcome applicants who passed two core subjects (Chinese Language, English Language, Mathematics or Liberal Studies).
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*all secondary schools registered in Hong Kong.