相關資歷名冊登記的有效期：14/9/2009 to 31/12/2012
- 基礎中文 (一)
This course provides fundamental training in Putonghua listening and speaking ability. Upon completion of the course, students should acquire improved listening ability in Putonghua, and be able to communicate in more fluent Putonghua, as well as acquire rudimentary knowledge of Hanyu-pinyin.
- 基礎中文 (二)
In addition to further enhance students' Putonghua listening and speaking ability, this course emphasises Chinese practical writing and the use of modern Chinese, so as to communicate in fluent Putonghua, use Hanyu-pinyin accurately and write fluently in modern Chinese.
- General English I
This course will adopt an integrated-skills approach, based on general topics/themes and include a study skills and self-access component. The textbook will be supplemented with relevant audio and written texts. The course will provide systematic coverage of basic grammar and vocabulary.
- General English II
This course is a continuation of General English I, and will use a thematic integrated-skills approach and include study skills and self-access. The course will continue with a systematic coverage of grammar and vocabulary in the context of a number of contemporary topics.
- Introduction to Information and Data Literacy
This course fosters students' abilities to identify, search, evaluate, use, and present effectively the information relevant to decision making and problem solving in their daily lives and professions. It focuses on the abilities needed to engage in autonomous and life-long learning, which is essential in today's new economy.
This course focuses on reviewing local and global concepts of Health, Fitness and Wellness. Physical Activity has been proved to be one of the essentials in enhancing most of the attributes in health, fitness and wellness. Scientific-based exercise practice should be addressed. The course contents are fundamentals for those students who plan to develop career path in fitness industry. Topics to be covered include: Theory of Health, Fitness & Wellness, Hypo-kinetic Diseases, Principles of Fitness Training, Stress Management, Exercise Safety and Balanced Diet.
This course focuses on equipping students with knowledge, skills and techniques in leading fitness training for normal adults in Gym settings. The essential characters and code of ethics of fitness professional would be addressed. Topics to be covered include: Advanced Exercise Science, Proper Use of Fitness Facilities, Principles of Gym Training, Instructional Skills, Class Organization and Ethical Issues. Students can register as a qualified Resistance Training Instructor after passing a public examination organized by the Physical Fitness Association of Hong Kong, China.
This course focuses on introducing different methodologies for measuring and evaluating physical activity level and fitness status. Theory and practicum lessons would be arranged. Students would be equipped with practical skills to manage and operate various fitness testing activities. The holistic approach for develop health and fitness appraisal would be addressed. Topics to be covered include: Fundamental Theory of Measurement and Statistics, Measurement of Physical Activity, Health-related & Skills-related Fitness Testing, Health & Fitness Counseling, Organization of Fitness Testing Programmes. Students can register as a qualified Physical Fitness Assessment Leader after passing a public examination organized by the Physical Fitness Association of Hong Kong, China.
This course focuses on investigating the relationship between Childhood Development & Physical Activities. Scientific evidence emphasizes the positive influences of physical activities on physiological and psychosocial development of children aged 2 to 12. Students would be equipped with knowledge, skills and techniques in designing and leading children fitness activities. Topics to be covered include: Motor & Psychosocial Development of Children, Impact of Physical Activities on Children, Childhood Obesity, and Designing & Leading Children Fitness Classes. Students can register as a qualified Children Fitness Instructor after passing a public examination organized by the Physical Fitness Association of Hong Kong, China.
This course focuses on teaching the knowledge, skills and techniques in using physical activities as a mean to enhancing quality of life in aging population. The Elderly face physiological and psychosocial changes in aging process. Participation in regular exercise practice can positively influence their lives. Topics to be covered include: Successful Aging, Concepts of Functional Fitness, Quality of Life in the Elderly, Principles of Fitness Training for the Elderly, Class Organization, Clinical Gerontology and Safety Concerns. Students can register as a qualified Elderly Fitness Instructor after passing a public examination organized by the Physical Fitness Association of Hong Kong, China.
This course focuses on introducing essential nutritional strategies for enhancing health and sports performance. There are too many myths and misleading concepts relating to nutritional supplements nowadays. It is important for fitness professional to acknowledge elements of a balanced diet and nutritional strategies for the general public and sportsman respectively. Topics to be covered include: Balanced Diet, Nutrition & Weight Management, Nutritional Needs for Sports & Exercise Training, Nutrition for Competition, and Practical Sports Nutrition.
This course focuses on assisting students in constructing holistic strategies to prevent and manage sports injuries. Common sports injuries in various sports will be introduced. Students are required to acknowledge the mechanism of injuries, diagnostic procedures, available treatment and rehabilitative process. Preventive measures to injuries should be the emphasis. Topics to be covered include: General Theory of Sports Injury, Common Types of Sports Injury, Rehabilitative Science, First Aid Procedures and Preventive Measures.
This course focuses on equipping students with essential knowledge in prescribing exercise programmes to people with chronic illnesses and disabilities. Exercise is claimed to be one of the forms of medicine. Evidence showed that regular exercise practice could improve or suppress the signs and symptoms of many types of chronic illnesses and disabilities. Topics to be covered include: Concepts of Impairment, Disabilities & Handicaps, Principles of Exercise Prescription, Patho-physiology of Chronic Illnesses & Disabilities, and Special Concerns.
This course focuses on addressing the sources of Stress and their negative physiological and psychosocial influences on human being. Methodologies of managing stress will be introduced. Various relaxation skills and techniques will be taught. Topics to be covered include: Theory of Stress, Physiology & Psychology relating to Stress, Approaches of Stress Management, Relaxation Skills, and Class Organization. Students can register as a qualified Stress Management & Relaxation Instructor after passing a public examination organized by the Physical Fitness Association of Hong Kong, China.
This practicum will last for 1 to 2 months. Students will be assigned to fitness clubs, sports agents, fitness associations, and other non-Government organizations for vocational training and practice. They will apply the related knowledge, skills and techniques into working situations.
This course helps students to define the objectives and decisions involved in modern business enterprises. This would provide a foundation for students with an interest for further studies in business and management majors.
This course prepares students with a comprehensive introduction to management principles. It aims at providing students with an introduction to contemporary management concepts and theories; it also encourages students to put these concepts and skills into practice. Through the course, students are expected to improve their skills to manage their study and personal lives.