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ERIC Number: ED391035
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995-Jun
Pages: 209
Abstractor: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-962-442-069-6
Commitment to Higher Vocational Education.
Imrie, Brad; And Others
This publication is a history of the College of Higher Vocational Studies (CHVS) since it was established in 1991 and provides commentary on developments in higher vocational education in Hong Kong during a period of unprecedented change and development in the provision of the Higher Diploma. "Principal's Diary" (Bradford Imrie) describes the significant first week in January 1993. "CHVS Commitment" (Bradford Imrie) provides an overview of the achievements of CHVS during a period of rapid growth and of considerable institutional change. More detail can be found in the section on selections from the "College Memorandum (Extracts) 1991-95." The three CHVS, "Annual Reports (Extracts)" also give an overview. Seven submissions provide insights into various issues that have been addressed since 1991: "Engineering: Professional and Vocational"; "Governor's Address at the Opening of the 1992-93 Session of the Legislative Council, Proposals: Vocational Education" (Christopher Patten); "Critical Appraisal of the Functions of the CHVS (1991-92)"; "Submission to the University and Polytechnic Grants Committee of Hong Kong: Higher Education 1991-2001"; "Teaching and Learning Quality Process Audits" (Bradford Imrie); "Assessment of Teaching and Learning Quality"; and "University and Polytechnics Grants Committee Review of Development of Higher Education in Hong Kong--Sub-Degree Work." Nine papers are included: "Assessment for Quality in Vocational Education"; "Quality of Learning: Assessment Implications"; "Marketing Higher Diploma Courses in the Hong Kong Context" (Dominic Chan, Bradford Imrie); "Higher Vocational Education in Hong Kong" (Shantilal Patel, Bradford Imrie); "Professional Standards: Judgements of Performance and the Rights of Students"; "Binary Policy in Higher Education--Hong Kong and the United Kingdom"; "Labor Market Considerations in Hong Kong: Developments at the Higher Vocational Level"; "International Recognition of Vocational Qualifications"; and "International Cooperation with Higher Vocational Qualifications: A Case Study." The final section is the 1995 edition of College Information Leaflets by Adeline Lau and Bradford Imrie. (YLB)
Publication Type: Historical Materials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: City Univ. of Hong Kong.
Identifiers - Location: Hong Kong
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A