Innovation Journey Seminars
Innovation is an essential part of social work. This free workshop is an in-depth sharing by the fellows from InnoPower@JC about their innovative journey. You will discover tips and tools for you and your teams to be more innovative in your daily work.
- exchange on incorporating innovation into our daily routines
- learning essential management tips for driving an innovation team
|Time||:||1500 - 1700 (2 Hours)|
|Venue||:||Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, HK|
NGO Managerial Staff & Supervisory Staff who has interest in social innovation
|Language||:||Cantonese (supplemented with English)|
|HKD 0.00 (For HKCSS Agency Member Staff Only)|
|Early Bird Fee||:||HKD 0.00 (Payment on or before 04/08/2021 for HKCSS Agency Member Staff Only)|
|Enquiries||:||2876 2470 or email@example.com|
Mr. SIM Corn 沈曉楓先生
Assistant Service Supervisor in N.T.
West Integrated Service The Salvation Army
Corn SIM has worked in The Salvation Army since 2002. He has over 18 years’experience in youth work. He is currently the Assistant Service Supervisor in N.T. West Integrated Service and is experienced in overseeing ICYSCs service, youth service projects and people development on service innovation. Corn was the 1st cohort fellow of InnoPower@JC in 2017. He has initiated a project InnoPower@JC: Hi! Strangers to promote ethnic diversity in HK and find an outlet for the great potential of local ethnic minority youths.
Ms. YAU Ivy 游綺文女士
Hong Kong Playground Association
Ivy YAU is a social worker. She is the fellow of first cohort of InnoPower@JC. Ivy has over 20 years’ experience working in children and youth services and is now responsible for supervisory and managerial work. In recent years, she has focused on addressing youth mental health and youth sleep problems. In 2017, she launched a project named InnoPower@JC: Sleeping Hub, using an innovative approach to carry out youth mental health service. Ivy holds a B.A. in Social Work from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, a MSc in Applied Social Research from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and a MSc in Psychology from City University of Hong Kong.
"Small NGO Capacity Development Subsidy Programme" does not apply to this course. For other financial support, please click HERE .
Contents of seminar 1 and 2 are the SAME, participants could only enroll ONE seminar only.