30 November, 2015
The Liberal Art University in Hong Kong
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Launching ceremony of the Navigation Scheme for Young Persons in Care Services jointly organised by Lingnan University’s Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies, Lingnan Institute of Further Education and the Haven of Hope Christian Service since this year was held on 7 November.

Director of Social Welfare Ms Carol Yip was invited to attend the ceremony to kick-off the Scheme together with other officiating guests including Prof Joshua Mok Ka-ho, Vice-President of Lingnan University, Dr Lam Ching-choi, Chief Executive Office of Haven of Hope Christian Service, Dr Raymond Ng Chi-wing, Director of Lingnan Institute of Further Education and Prof Alfred Chan Cheung-ming, Director of Lingnan University’s Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies.

The Scheme offers opportunities for employment and training to young persons who are interested in working in care services in the welfare sector, and provide and nurture elderly care talents for the industry.  Those who are interested to further understand or join the Scheme can browse through the websites of Haven of Hope Christian Service (www.hohcs.org.hk) or Lingnan University’s Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies (www.ln.edu.hk/apias/en/course_n_community.php).