About the Programme

The Induction Training for SHAPE teaching staff programme is offered by the Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLT). This 6-hour programme aims at providing new SHAPE teaching staff with a better understanding of the educational approach and issues related to learning and teaching of VTC's collaborative programmes.

Target Participants

The Induction Training for SHAPE Teaching Staff is a voluntary programme for all new SHAPE teaching staff with full-time or part-time teaching responsibilities of collaborative programmes.


This programme aims to equip participants with sufficient knowledge, skills and attitudes of undergraduate education. The programme objectives are as follows:

  • be more attuned to VTC's philosophy about learning and teaching;
  • value oneself as a teacher and approach teaching in a professional and reflective way;
  • promote effective teaching performance; and
  • provide a platform for new teachers to network and build support and commitment.

Programme Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the programme, participants will be able to: 

  • describe the implications of OBTL and HKQF to learning and teaching;
  • identify suitable teaching practices to motivate and enhance student learning; and
  • employ strategies and technology to enhance teaching effectiveness.

Programme Structure

The programme comprises two modules. Each module is equivalent to three hours of class contact. The total number of hours is six.





Understanding Outcome-based Approach to Learning and Teaching



Teaching and e-Learning in Undergraduate Education


Mode of Delivery

A range of teaching and learning activities such as lectures, discussions, group work and computer-based learning would be used.

Completion Requirement

To complete the programme, participants must attend Modules 1 and 2.. A certificate of completion will be issued upon completion of the modules.

Module Description

Upon completion of the module, participants will be able to:

  • explain the use of outcome-based approach to learning and teaching to help students learn; and
  • align learning and teaching approaches with OBTL and HKQF.

Upon completion of the module, participants will be able to:

  • align learning and teaching activities and assessment strategies with intended learning outcomes (ILOs); and
  • select appropriate innovative teaching strategies to promote learning and teaching.



For enquiries, please contact us for details:

Miss LAM Yee Shun, Rechell
Programme Leader
Tel: 2836-1811 
E-mail: rechelllam@vtc.edu.hk

Ms TSE Yin Fong, Joanne
Programme Coordinator
Tel: 2836-1239
E-mail: joannetse@vtc.edu.hk