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    Capacity Building Mileage Programme

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    香港公開大學李嘉誠專業進修學院  Li Ka Shing Institute of Professional and Continuing Education, OUHK

     

    Programme Outline

     

    The Capacity Building Mileage Programme (CBMP) was pioneered by the Women’s Commission, and it is run jointly by the Li Ka Shing Institute of Professional and Continuing Education, Open University of Hong Kong (LiPACE, OUHK) and the Metro Broadcast Corporation Limited. The CBMP is designed to encourage women of different backgrounds and educational levels to pursue life-long learning and self-development. It aims to equip women with a positive mindset and enhance their inner strength so that they can cope with different life challenges. The CBMP offers a wide range of tailor-made and barrier-free learning programmes, in which courses are taught mainly through radio broadcasts, face-to-face instruction and e-Learning. Women’s groups and NGOs of different districts collaborate in the delivery and arrangement of courses for women in Hong Kong and other interested parties.

     

    Programme Features

    1. Participation is open to everyone and no academic qualifications are required
    2. Tailor-made courses for women to cope with their needs
    3. Flexible learning mode to suit women’s schedule of daily routines
    4. Certificates of different levels will be issued to encourage women on self-enhancement

    Targeted Students

     

    Hong Kong resident. Any interested parties regardless of academic qualification, personal background, gender and race. 

     

    Courses

     

    CBMP courses cover a wide range of areas, including financial management, health, interpersonal relationships, as well as daily life. All the courses address women’s daily needs, so that they can cope with different life challenges, as well as experience the joy of learning and living.

     

    Mode of study

     

    Students can choose from a range of modes including radio broadcasts, face-to-face and e-Learning. The length of each course is 13 weeks. The flexibility of the learning mode caters to women’s needs in the arrangement of daily routines as well as learning hours.

     

    Radio Broadcast mode Courses

     

    Activities Details Learning Hours
    Radio Broadcasts

    De-briefing Seminar

    Supplementary Learning Activities
    Self-learning and reflection
    Round-up Seminar
    Metro Info radio broadcasts (from 9p.m. to 10p.m.)
    Organised by Li Ka Shing Institute of Professional and Continuing Education, OUHK
    Arranged by women’s groups and NGOs

    Study self-learning course guide developed by OUHK
    Organised by Li Ka Shing Institute of Professional and Continuing Education, OUHK
    13 hrs

    2 hrs

    6 hrs

    2 hrs

    2 hrs
    Total: 25 hrs

     

    Face-to-face Courses

     

    Activities Details Learning Hours
    Face-to-face courses Study self-learning course guide developed by OUHK
    Learning activities arranged by women’s groups and NGOs
    25 hrs
    Total: 25 hrs

     

    e-Learning Courses

     

    Activities Details Learning Hours
    e-Learning / Self-reflection

    De-briefing and Round-up Seminars
    Students should logon the Online Learning Environment (OLE), e-Learning platform developed by OUHK
    Organised by Li Ka Shing Institute of Professional and Continuing Education, OUHK
    21 hrs


    4 hrs
    Total: 25 hrs

     

    Assessment

    Assignment

    Assessment is based on the completion of an assignment. Students have to complete the given assignment which can be in forms of case-study, reflection, multiple choices, short questions or self-evaluation in Week 13 of the intake. While answering discussion or reflexive questions, students can choose to either write a Chinese article of around 200 words (and no more than 550 words), or produce a sound recording of maximum of 5 minutes (computer wav file). The full score is 100 marks, and for those who attain 50 marks or above can acquire 4 points for the course.

    Attendance


    Students who attend

    • Supplementary learning activities of the Radio Broadcast courses (6 hours in total)
    • 70% attendance for the Face-to-face courses
    • De-briefing and Round-up seminars for e-Learning course students (4 hours in total)

    will attain a bonus point, in which they will acquire 5 accumulated points in total. If a student repeatedly enrolls the same course, only his/her first passing score of the course (4 points or above) will be considered.

    If students have any disputes over the assessment, a written application for appeal, together with relevant certificated documents, should be sent to the Institute within 30 days of result release (calculating from the date of issuing of transcript). Late applications will not be considered.

     

    Point Scheme—A record of achievement on self-enhancement

     

    In completion of the course, students who have accumulated ‘points’ listed as below will be awarded a certificate on Capacity Building Mileage Programme (CBMP) of different levels:

     

    Certificate on Capacity Building Mileage Programme (CBMP) (Level 6)
    Accumulating Score of 200 points

    Certificate on Capacity Building Mileage Programme (CBMP) (Level 5)
    Accumulating Score of 150 points

    Certificate on Capacity Building Mileage Programme (CBMP) (Level 4)
    Accumulating Score of 100 points

    Certificate on Capacity Building Mileage Programme (CBMP) (Level 3)
    Accumulating Score of 200 points

    Certificate on Capacity Building Mileage Programme (CBMP) (Level 2)
    Accumulating Score of 50 points

    Certificate on Capacity Building Mileage Programme (CBMP) (Level 1)
    Accumulating Score of 25 points

    Qualified students will receive text messages from the Institute to remind them for collecting the certificates. Students should bring along their Student ID and HKID card to the information counter before the deadline. If students cannot come in person, they can fill in the authorization letter to authorize a person to collect the certificate on their behalf. For further details, please visit our Institute’s homepage.

     

     

      

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    Modified Date: Nov 07, 2014

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