This is the info. page for Industrial Training MECH3417 for level 3 students

URL: www.mech.hku.hk/exPage/training/index.html  Last update: 19 Jan 2017

1. Program Contacts
2. Program Schedule
3. Course Objective
4. Learning Outcomes and Alignment with Programme Outcomes
5. Briefing Session and Career Programme
6. Key Points to Note
7. Related Bodies
8. Training Opportunities
9. Important Download
10. Useful Information

1. Program Contacts

Dr Ho B.P.L. Email: benjamin.ho@hku.hk Phone: 39178553. Office: HW5-24
Ms Annie Pang. Email: apang@hku.hk Phone: 39172633. Office: HW7-17

2. Program Schedule

Date & Time Activity
15 February, 2017 (Wednesday)
Time: 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Industrial Training Briefing
Venue: KK LG-109, KK Leung Building, HKU
1 March, 2017 Due date for the submission of Industrial Training Application
March - June Nomination, interview and confirmation of training placement
June - August Undertake industrial training
14 August, 2017 (Monday)
1:00 pm sharp
Due date for the submission of training log records and training reports
December, 2017 Dept. returns training reports to students
30 April, 2018Dept. discards uncollected training reports

3. Course Objective

This course aims to provide our students with on-the-job training in local or non-local companies so that they can:

1.     Integrate theory learning with practical applications;
2.     Understand real-life organizational structure and business operation;
3.     Learn how to build human relations with seniors and co-workers; and
4.     Enrich personal resume for becoming engineering professional.

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4. Learning Outcomes and Alignment with Programme Outcomes

After completing this course, students are expected to achieve the following learning outcomes. The appropriate HKIE abilities associated with each of the learning outcomes are also presented.

Course Learning Outcomes Relevant Programme Outcomes (Equivalent to the HKIE Abilities for Engineering Graduates)
1. Appreciate the application of academic knowledge to hands-on situations. PO(1) - an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering appropriate to the BSE and ME disciplines..
PO(5)  - an ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
PO(11) - an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering.
PO(12) - an ability to use the computer/IT tools relevant to the BSE and ME disciplines along with an understanding of their processes and limitations.
2. Learn more about real-life business, company structure and operations. PO(6) - an ability to understand professional and ethical responsibility.
PO(8) - an ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context, especially the importance of health, safety and environmental considerations to both workers and the general public. PO(9) - an ability to stay abreast of contemporary issues.
PO(10) - an ability to recognize the need for, and to engage in life-long learning.
3. Improve inter-personal and communication skills. PO(4) - an ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams.
PO(7) - an ability to communicate effectively.

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5. Briefing Session and Career Programme

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6. Key Points to Note

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7. Related Bodies

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8. Training Opportunities

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9. Important Download

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10. Useful Information

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