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Certificate in Applied Communications for NGOs

Introduction

Internet addiction is increasingly common among school children. This half-day seminar is designed to inspire social workers to tackle the problem using various approaches. Experts from The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care, The Chinese University of Hong Kong will discuss the latest figures and trend, prevention and intervention strategies for Internet addiction.

The seminar will include perspectives from epidemiologist, health psychologist, clinical psychologist, social worker, and social marketer, in order to enable social workers to use different tools to attack this emerging problem.

Details

Code:

12A-IAForum

Date:

20 April 2012 (Friday)

Time:

1430 - 1730 (Registration starts at 1415)

Venue:

Auditorium, 1/F Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Medium:

Cantonese

Target:

Social Workers, Agency Heads, Department Heads, Centre-in-charge, Managers and those who are interested in this topic

Fees:

$120 (Early Bird Discount For HKCSS Agency Members: $100 per person or $80 each for 2 persons or above enrolling together on or before 30 March 2012)

Method of Registration:

  • Please read the Application Guidelines before enrollment.
  • Please complete the Application Form and fax to 2876 2485 for reservation. Then send it together with a crossed-cheque made payable to “The Hong Kong Council of Social Service”.
  • Only the complete set of application will be preceded on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  • Confirmation will be sent to all participants via email two weeks prior to the event commence. Please contact us if you do not receive any notification.
Enquiries: 2876 2470 or institute@hkcss.org.hk

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