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Jul 2016
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BA/BSc (Hons) in Work Based Learning Studies (2-year part-time degree programme)

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| Sports, Exercise & Recreation

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Date & time
18Jul 2016 (Mon)19:30 - 20:30 Free
Venue
Room 302, 3/F, Admiralty Learning Center, 18 Harcourt Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong
Speaker
Mr Raymond Fok
Mr Raymond Fok

Mr Raymond Fok

Mr. Raymond Fok is the Head of Administration & Academic Programmes and Principal Lecturer at Middlesex University’s Asia Pacific Regional Hub. He has been working in Work Based Learning Studies in the past 15 years and researching its pedagogical practices that faciliate adult learning through critically studying, reviewing, and reflecting on work practices to explore their professional knowledge and capability in order to obtain higher education qualifications and reognitions.

Enquiry
Seats are limited so please complete the online form to make a reservation. 2587 3154 (winnie.law@hkuspace.hku.hk)
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Relevant Programmes
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Work Based Learning Studies (Recreation and Sports Management) Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Work Based Learning Studies (Fitness and Exercise) Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Work Based Learning Studies (Sport Event and Entertainment Management) Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Work Based Learning Studies (Sport Coaching and Performance)
moreRelevant Programmes
2 year Part time degrees in Sport, Exercise and Recreation Management

BA/BSc (Hons) in Work Based Learning Studies (Recreation and Sports Management/Sport Event and Entertainment Management/Fitness and Exercise and Sport Coaching Performance) offered by Middlesex University.

The content is developed around Work Based Learning Studies (WBS) methodologies and theories.  This means that learning gained form work (paid or voluntary) is recognised and used within individually negotiated programmes of study.  Programmes are customised to meet the professional learning needs of both individuals and organisations from the public, private and voluntary sport sectors.  The objective of this programme is to help people achieve excellence in their professional practice, to help them institute change within their organisation and gain academic credit for their work.