Programmes run at the CLP Power Academy in cooperation with other education institutions will have an emphasis on practical training. Classroom lectures will be supplemented by practical sessions, giving students the opportunity to have hands-on experience of power equipment in workshops to ensure they are fully trained and able to make good use of the skills they learn. Visits to power facilities and CLP Power work sites will be arranged as well as guest lectures and job shadowing to provide students with valuable experience of working in the power industry.
CLP Power Academy collaborates with Vocational Training Council (VTC) again to develop the Diploma in Power Engineering Programme (at QF Level 3 by VTC), signifying another major milestone in youth engagement by offering S3 or above school leavers, who have one-year working experience in any trade, an entry point to the power industry and a vocational and professional training development path for upward mobility.
This Diploma Programme also enables graduates to articulate with Professional Diploma in Power Engineering programme (at QF Level 4 by VTC) and Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Electrical Engineering programme (at QF Level 5 by PolyU SPEED) and enhances their career prospects in the electrical and mechanical industry.
For programme details, please visit VTC’s webpage and download the programme leaflet.
CLP Power Academy works in partnership with the School of Professional Education and Executive Development of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU SPEED) to launch the part-time Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Electrical Engineering programme, commencing in September 2018.
The programme is the first top-up bachelor’s honours degree programme offered by PolyU SPEED in partnership with a public utility. The content of the programme, integrated with academic and practical training, is kept abreast of the time. It offers in-depth coverage of electrical engineering, including specific knowledge of power transmission and distribution systems. Students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience of power equipment at CLP Power Academy and visit the power facilities or work sites of CLP Power.
For programme details, please visit the website of PolyU SPEED and download the programme brochure.
The first part-time programme, a Professional Diploma in Power Engineering, is offered jointly with the Vocational Training Council (VTC). This collaborative effort between CLP Power Academy and VTC gives E&M tradespeople the opportunity to advance their careers by gaining a further qualification and improving their career knowledge by professional and vocational training in a practical manner. On completion of the programme, graduates will be awarded “Professional Diploma in Power Engineering” (at QF Level 4 by VTC) and Competent Person in CLP Power. The graduates who have already registered as Grade B or Grade C Registered Electrical Workers (REW) can register as Grade H REW.
The programme is divided into two streams: Power Systems Stream and Power Plants Stream:
The course commenced in April 2018. For course details, please click here to download the course pamphlet.
By working with a variety of tertiary institutions, the CLP Power Academy aims to develop more engineering diploma courses and degree programme in the future to further raise industry standards and nurture the talent we need for Hong Kong’s future growth.
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