Not only do we care for our passengers, we are also dedicated to guiding our next generation to a brighter future.
SS1 (Form 4) is a critical year for students, as many youngsters start to plan about their future, especially under the new senior secondary academic structure. Based on the successful organisation of the programme in the past 3 years, we have invited the Methodist Centre to jointly develop the "Train" for life's journeys Programme 2012, a 10-day multi-dimensional training programme provided free for 100 selected SS1 (Form 4) students. This aims to give SS1 (Form 4) students a chance to broaden their horizons and to learn valuable life skills. We also hope to increase their confidence so that they can realize their full potential.
Training Programme 2012 Details:
||10 days between 18 July and 3 August 2012
|No of Enrolees
|| 100 SS1 (Form 4) students selected from Secondary Schools'* nominations
||Enthusiastic SS1 (Form 4) students who have dreams for their future
- All Candidates must be SS1 (Form 4) students nominated by secondary schools.
- Each school can nominate a maximum of three students.
- Each applicant has to submit a piece of work in any format on the topic "How do I see myself? (i.e. how well do I play my role in social groups to build a loving and caring community?)".
- A maximum of 200 applicants will be called in for group interviews, with 100 selected to join the programme.
- Students who are enthusiastic and have dreams for their future.
- Students do not have much chance to attend similar programmes before.
- Satisfactory academic results are required, but not necessary the high achievers.
- To broaden the horizon of SS1 (Form 4) students through learning activities, offering them an opportunity to expand their social network and to learn from each other.
- To build up participants' confidence and develop a positive mindset/attitude when facing challenges.
- To help participants develop their full potential, enhancing their communication skills, interpersonal skills and project-management skills.
- To provide participants with training in critical thinking and sensitivity on community affairs.
- Three days of workshops organised by the Methodist Centre
- Three-day, two-night outbound training camp at Bradbury Campsite, Sai Kung
- Four days of experiential activities and training in MTR including Service Ambassador training and a visit to MTR depot
*Including all secondary schools which registered in Hong Kong