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Corporate Training

Hong Kong & Macau Clients

CUSCS has been providing a wide-range of tailor-made corporate training services to Hong Kong, Macau and Overseas organisations since 1990. They include commercial corporations, charitable and non-profit-making organisations, various departments of Hong Kong SAR Government, Schools and universities. With our strengths and substantial experience in programme design and with a team of well-qualified instructors, the School offers programmes with professional knowledge and skills in various disciplines successfully to meet the needs of employers and employees. Training programmes in languages and translation, business and management, and IT are particularly popular.

 

Clients of Corporate Training Services (Highlights) 

 

 

 

Contact Us

 

With years of corporate training experience, we design and provide tailor-made training programmes for the long-term development of our corporate clients. Please contact us for more information:

Email: scs-ts@cuhk.edu.hk
Phone: (852) 2209 0208
Facsimile: (852) 2739 2797
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Art, Design, Humanities and Applied Sciences: Mr. Andy Wong (852) 2209 0211
Business & Management: Ms. Mandy Leung (852) 3943 9125
Health Studies: Ms. Angela Lee (852) 3111 7269
Languages & Communication: Ms. Carol To (852) 3111 7246 / Ms. Jacqueline Chan (852) 3111 7256
Social Sciences & Education: Ms. Wendy Wu (852) 2209 0422

 

 

 

Types of Training Programmes

 

Art, Design, Humanities and Applied Sciences

 

Business & Management

 

Health Studies

 

Languages & Communication

 

Social Sciences & Education

 

 

System Analysis and Design
Objective

This course is designed for positions in managerial level who need to involve in information systems development to enhance office efficiency and work productivity. It aims to provide non-technical managers with the basic knowledge and skills in system analysis and design so as to facilitate them to support in the systems development process. Practical examples and case studies will be used to foster participants' understanding.

Key Topics

(1) Foundations of System Development; (2) Common Standards, Methodologies and Development Models; (3) An In-depth Elaboration on System Development Lifecycles (SDLC); (4) Practical Skills and Techniques for Successful System Development

Duration One-day programme
Enquiry Mr. Andy Wong (852) 2209 0211

 

 

Leading Change
Objective

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to identify key milestones in the change management process and sensitize themselves critical emotions during the change management process.

Key Topics
  1. Change Management Process
  2. Preparing for change
    • Define your change management strategy (i.e. to define the approach needed to mange change given the unique situation of the project or initiative)
    • Prepare your change management team
    • Develop your sponsorship model
  3. Managing change
    • Develop change management plans
    • Take action and implement plans
  4. Reinforcing change
    • Collect and analyse feedback
    • Diagnose gaps and manage resistance
    • Celebrate and recognize success
  5. Sharings of Real Life Cases in Hong Kong
  6. Change Management Plan Formulation
Duration 7.5 hours
Enquiry Ms. Cheung Yan-yan (852) 2209 0208

 

 

Leading for Team Innovation
Objective

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to identify characteristics of an innovative team, use simple ways to build an innovative team and enhance its effective operation and maintain the innovative sustainability.

Key Topics
  1. Pros and Cons of Team Innovation
  2. Characteristics of an Innovative Team
  3. Building an Innovative Team
    • Start by building a bigger box
    • Select the team for who they know as well as what they know
    • Pick a leader and provide him / her the autonomy he / she needs to be successful
    • Build a team that can both identify gaps in the market and markets in the gap
    • Find team members who tell great stories
  4. An Innovative Team Operates
    • Understand the difference between good and bad conflict
    • Supplement the innovation core team with an external provocateur
    • Remember to set goals and measure progress
    • Think like a startup entrepreneur
    • Ensure team members have "both feet in"
  5. How Successful Companies Sustain Innovation
    • Team-level Sustained Innovation
    • Organization-level Sustained Innovation
Duration 7.5 hours
Enquiry Ms. Cheung Yan-yan (852) 2209 0208

 

 

Coaching and Motivation
Objective

The modern approach of management focuses more on people's hearts rather than just on their behavior pattern. Performance of people often relies on their ability to manage themselves effectively, to take the initiative to complete the duties efficiently, as well as to the degree being supervised and motivated by supervisors. Thus, coaching and motivating are effective tools for supervisors to maximize their staff's performance.

 

This workshop focuses on using the coaching approach to motivate subordinates in managing the team's performance.

Key Topics

(1) Definition of Coaching; (2) GROW Model; (3) The Art of Motivating Others; (4) Communicating and Motivating Subordinates Effectively; (5) Handling Problematic Subordinates

Duration One-day programme
Enquiry Ms. Mandy Leung (852) 3943 9125

 

 

Strategic Project Management
Objective

Managing different projects is one of the inevitable duties for executives. Having the relevant knowledge and strategies is important for executives. This workshop aims to help executives to capitalize on the techniques and theories that managers can use to complete their projects. Participants will be able to develop their project management competency and be able to apply it in their workplace so as to maximize the profit of a company.

Key Topics

(1) Definition of Project Management; (2) Setting Target, Scope, Venue and Time; (3) Resource Allocation and Division of Labour; (4) Roles and Responsibilities of Project Manager; (5) Implementation, Monitoring and Review of a Project; (6) Leadership and Communication

Duration One-day programme
Enquiry Ms. Mandy Leung (852) 3943 9125

 

 

Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making
Objective

Problems continually arise from work and from the people we work with. Effective problem solvers use appropriate techniques and tools to seek for alternative solutions and solve problems with limited available resources.

This workshop aims to direct participants to take appropriate attitudes and mindsets when they involve situation on problem solving and implement the best solutions. Through the process, participants will be able to seek and decide on possible alternative solutions to put forward for ultimate decision making.

Key Topics

(1) Concept of Creative Thinking; (2) Creativity Tools in Generating Options or Alternatives; (3) Problem Identification and Solutions Assessment; and (4) Decision Making Models

Duration One-day programme
Enquiry Ms. Mandy Leung (852) 3943 9125

 

 

Leveraging your Supervisory Skills for Top Performance
Objective

The 21st century is rather different from the previous centuries. Not only that the business environment is more competitive than ever, good corporations excel because of team work rather than individual performance. The staff no longer only performs routine work nowadays. They rather often face with projects they have never encountered before. They need skills to solve problems as well as expertise to make prudent decisions. Thus, a new set of supervisory skills is required so that supervisors can work with their subordinates better and provide the necessary leadership and support to them in order to maximize the team performance.

 

This workshop aims to provide participants with a comprehensive framework on modern supervisory skills so that supervisors will have the relevant skill sets to cope with every day's challenges.

Key Topics

(1) Supervisory Skill in the 21st Century; (2) Enhancing Team Decision Making; (3) Managing Subordinates; (4) Enhancing Cross-generations Engagement; and (5) Handling Difficult and Challenging Staff

Duration One-day programme
Enquiry Ms. Mandy Leung (852) 3943 9125

 

 

Occupational Safety and Health
Objective

Occupational safety and health is of paramount importance for any enterprise or organization to ensure a safe and healthy work environment, otherwise, costly risks and liabilities may result. Related workplace laws and regulations were enacted in Hong Kong decades ago. This course is to equip participants with knowledge and skills necessary for identifying general occupational safety and health hazards and potential risks in workplaces.

Key Topics

(1) Introduction of the Occupational Safety and Health Ordinance; (2) Accident Prevention and Investigation; (3) Process Control and Safety Precaution Measures; (4) Application the Safety Management System; (5) Pre-Work Risk Assessment (Checklist); (6) Hazard Identification Activity and Job related Exercise

Duration One-day programme
Enquiry Ms. Angela Lee (852) 3111 7269

 

 

English Business Writing
Objective

Training Course in Business English Writing aims to enhance participants’ English writing proficiency and their ability to spot writing errors. On completion of the course, it is hoped that students would be able to write effectively with appropriate words, structure, layout and sentence skills for different business documents. Materials used in this course would be authentic business documents, letters, leaflets and publications.

  • select appropriate writing styles for different types of business messages;
  • use appropriate stylistic and rhetoric;
  • write effectively with appropriate structure, format, tone, style and sentences in different types of business writing, such as letters, memos, complaints and e-mail;
  • reinforce the knowledge of different types of sentence structure, intonation and grammar.
Key Topics

(1) Knowledge of Business Writing; (2) Building Up a Powerful Vocabulary in Business Writing; (3) Format, Style and Layout; (4) Email & Memo; (5) Report Writing & Minutes; (6) Letter of Complaint & Handling Customers' Written Complaint; (7) Proposal; (8) Avoiding Redundancies and Overused Jargons

Duration 20 hours (10 sessions / 2 hours per session)
Enquiry Ms. Carol To (852) 3111 7246

 

 

English Presentation Skills
Objective

English Presentation Skills, covering both theories and speech exercises, aims at equipping participants with skills in giving effective presentations or talks to their colleagues or the public. Upon completion of the course, participants should be able to identify contributing factors of effective presentations, apply skills learnt in their presentations and communicate accurately and professionally in business presentation and other oral communication contexts.

Key Topics

(1) Process of Preparing and Delivering an Effective Presentation; (2) Aims of Using AV; (3) Image and Professional Grooming in Handling Q & A; (4) Individual Exercises – Presentation

Duration 14 hours (2 days)
Enquiry Ms. Carol To (852) 3111 7246

 

 

中文商業文書寫作課程
目標

介紹常見應用文體的用途、格式、結構、語體風格、寫作特點等,並通過練習,糾正學員常犯錯誤,以幫助學員掌握中文商業文書寫作技巧,提高工作成效。完成課程後,學員應能:

  • 辨認及糾正常見錯誤,寫出清楚達意、措詞得當的句子;
  • 選擇及運用恰當形式及結構,寫出格式規範、條理分明的商業文書;
  • 選擇及運用恰當語體風格,使行文莊重得體、符合機構形象。
內容包括

(按機構業務範圍及學員職務需要再作調整)
(1) 事務書信; (2) 酬酢書信; (3) 電郵、便箋; (4) 公告、佈告、通告、啟事、聲明; (5) 會議記錄; (6) 計劃書、建議書; (7) 規章; (8) 覆投訴信; (9) 宣傳單張、公司網頁、產品介紹; (10) 內地公文與文化

課程時數 24小時 (12節)
查詢 陳華華女士 (852) 3111 7256

 

 

職務普通話課程
目標

課程旨在幫助學員鞏固普通話漢語拼音基礎知識、熟悉與工作相關之詞彙及用語的普通話說法、提高聽辨及表達普通話的能力,以提升工作成效。完成課程後,學員應能:

  • 使用漢語拼音作為拼讀普通話的工具;
  • 以發音比較標準的普通話表達與工作相關的用語;
  • 以比較規範的詞彙及語言形式,在工作場合用普通話與人溝通。
內容包括

(按機構業務範圍及學員職務需要再作調整)
(1) 介紹自己、機構、職位、工作範圍; (2) 應酬聊天、與工作相關時事討論; (3) 會議發言與討論; (4) 推介產品與服務; (5) 回覆查詢及投訴; (6) 接待內地客人; (7) 商務活動及商貿談判、語言表達禁忌; (8) 宴會、祝酒、演講

課程時數 24小時 (12節)
查詢 陳華華女士 (852) 3111 7256

 

 

粵語正音工作坊
目標

本工作坊旨在幫助學員改正懶音及常錯讀字,提高粵語發音的準確度及清晰度,提升專業形象。完成課程後,學員應能:

  • 對粵音知識有一基本的了解,能使用(網上)字典作為自學的工具;
  • 掌握糾正懶音的方法,能以練習逐步改善發音的準確度及清晰度;
  • 辨認及糾正常見錯讀字,能使用比較標準的粵語與人溝通。
內容包括

(按機構業務範圍及學員職務需要再作調整)
(1) 語音符號; (2) 粵音九聲; (3) 調聲法; (4) 粵語標音; (5) 日常錯讀字; (6) 文讀與白讀

如有需要,可安排學員報考本院與中大中文系合辦的粵音水平測試,完成測試後學員可獲由中大中文系簽發的粵音水平測試證書及成績單。

課程時數 4小時 (半天)
查詢 陳華華女士 (852) 3111 7256

 

 

廣東話入門課程
目標

本課程旨在以系統的語音、詞彙、語法知識,加上日常生活交際用語以及職業工作用語訓練,幫助操普通話的機構職員快速融入本地文化,提升在本地工作的成效。完成課程後,學員應能:

  • 基本掌握香港廣州話語音系統基礎知識,能使用字典作為自學工具;
  • 使用香港廣州話在日常生活中與人交際溝通,對本地生活及文化有較多認識;
  • 使用香港廣州話在工作場合與人溝通,提高工作效益。
內容包括

(按機構業務範圍及學員職務需要再作調整)
(1)「漢語拼音方案」及「廣州話拼音方案」; (2) 聲母、韻母、聲調; (3) 香港廣州話詞彙及俗語; (4) 香港廣州話語法及句式; (5) 日常生活交際用語; (6) 商務活動交際用語; (7) 相關機構常用語

課程時數 24小時 (12節)
查詢 陳華華女士 (852) 3111 7256

 

 

Investigative Psychology
Objective

Nowadays, people face a number of social problems at the workplace, e.g. sexual harassment, lying, theft, or gambling addiction. They will become pressures to one's family life and therefore ways to prevent and treatment of them are significant.

 

This training workshop aims to help participants understand the causes and identify ways to prevent the cases of sexual harassment, lying, theft, gambling addiction and suicide from a psychological approach. They will also be assisted to analyze the causes of family crises; and develop the skills for family crisis management.

Key Topics

(1) Definition of and ways to prevent and handle sexual harassment; (2) Lying & theft: Factors and Lie-detecting; (3) Gambling Addiction: Types, causes, prevention and treatment; (4) Conflict & Peacemaking in Family & Understanding Suicide

Duration 12 hours
Enquiry Ms. Wendy Wu (852) 2209 0422

 

 

Clients of Corporate Training Services (Highlights)

 

Hong Kong

  • Immigration Department
  • General Grades Office, Civil Service Bureau
  • Official Languages Division, Civil Service Bureau
  • Civil Service Training and Development Institute
  • The Hong Kong Judiciary
  • Hong Kong Housing Society
  • Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong
  • Customs and Excise Department
  • Hong Kong Fire Services Department
  • Hong Kong Police Force
  • The Treasury
  • Education Bureau
  • Planning Department
  • Labour Department
  • Department of Health
  • Environmental Protection Department
  • Correctional Services Department
  • Urban Renewal Authority
  • Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority
  • Hong Kong Trade Development Council
  • Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic & Vocational Qualifications
  • Occupational Safety and Health Council
  • Hospital Authority
  • Hong Kong Arts Development Council
  • Schaeffler Hong Kong Co. Limited
  • Fujitec (HK) Co. Ltd.
  • Po Leung Kuk
  • Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority
  • Tung Wah Group of Hospitals
  • MTR Corporation
  • Taifook Securities Group Limited
  • CITIC Ka Wah Bank
  • Bank of China (Hong Kong)
  • Bank of China International Holdings Limited
  • The Sumitomo Trust Finance (HK) Ltd
  • China Merchants Securities (HK) Co. Limited
  • Hang Seng Bank Limited
  • HSBC Private Bank (Suisse) SA
  • Mitsubishi Elevator Hong Kong Co. Ltd
  • Hong Kong CSL Limited
  • Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
  • Royal Medic
  • Solomon SysTech Limited
  • Chiang Industrial Charity Foundation (HK) Limited
  • SEB Asia Limited
  • NTT Com Asia Limited
  • VSL-Intrafor Hong Kong
  • Kowloon True Light School
  • Hospitality Industry Training & Development Centre and Chinese Cuisine Training Institute (HITDC & CCTI)
  • Po Leung Kuk Ngan Po Ling College
  • Personnel Office, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • MBA Programmes, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  • Hong Kong Pei Hua Education Foundation Limited
  • True Light Girls' College
  • Po On Commercial Association Wan Ho Kam Primary School
  • Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service

 

Macau

  • University of Macau
  • Macau Association for Continuing Education