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2017年3月

Student Ambassador Scheme

   

Date: 17 February 2017 (Friday) and 3 March 2017 (Friday)
Time: 2:00 - 5:00pm
Venue: SRM1, AEB, CityU
Instructor: Dr. Paul CHEUNG

   

 

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Student Ambassador Scheme aims to develop students’ interpersonal skills, social etiquette, and positive attitudes in sharing their learning and campus experience at SCOPE. The training contents include empathetic listening, perspective taking, networking and support, social etiquette, positive psychology.

The Scheme provides opportunities to students for helping the School in big events, and a chance of being nominated for Service Award and Leadership Development Scheme.


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Student Sharing

HO Ka Chun
BSc (Hons) Business Information Technology, Coventry University

It's a great and meaningful training. We acquired some theoretical techniques in conversation such as “FREE talk” and “EASY non-verbal language”. It not only benefits us for further services as being an ambassador but also makes advancement to our regular interaction. More than that, the role play session makes me more familiar with the courses and services offered by the School. It really gives huge support for me to get ahead in the student ambassador scheme.

YING Yuen Ching
BA (Hons) Business Administration and Management, De Montfort University

I learned a lot of things from the training sessions. It includes the positive learning attitudes, effective communication and interpersonal skills. The instructor used different teaching methods to motivate us such as games and group discussions. He also taught us how to perform a good face-to-face interactions with our prospective students. It is vital for us to be a good student ambassador.

LI Ka Chung
BA (Hons) English for International Corporate Communication, University of Central Lancashire

Student Ambassador Scheme is an interactive campaign. It consists of communication skills, non-verbal language, interpersonal skills and positive attitude.

In the first session, FREE Talk worth appreciation on the ground that it can be applied in a verity of circumstances, such as chatting with friends, parents and relatives. What's more? One of the non-verbal language---smile should be mentioned, notwithstanding the fact that numerous people know it, few can voluntarily and naturally do it.

In the second session, we apply what we have learned from the first session in practice. We perform role-play in sharing our campus life with the prospective students and answering their questions clearly and concisely.