Drs. Richard Charles and Esther Yewpick Lee Charitable Foundation Outstanding Industrial Attachment Award (OIAA)

With a generous donation from Drs. Richard Charles and Esther Yewpick Lee Charitable Foundation, an Outstanding Industrial Attachment Award is set up to award those financially needy students who have performed exceptionally well in their industrial attachment (IA) in the curricula of Higher Diploma programmes. The award is on both merit- and need-basis.


There will be 100 awards, each worth HK$10,000, for the current academic year.


Eligibilies & Selection Criteria

Applicant must:

a) be a registered student of a full-time Higher Diploma programmes of any academic disciplines in the VTC in the current academic year; AND

b) has taken IA within the period of 1 September 2020 to 31 August 2021; AND

c) has successfully completed at least 90 hours IA in workplace.

Applicants for the Drs. Richard Charles and Esther Yewpick Lee Charitable Foundation Outstanding Industrial Attachment Award will also be considered for the Outstanding Industrial Award Scholarship (OIAS) simultaneously.


Awardees will be selected based on:

  • Recommendation from Head of Department;
  • Evaluation of performance from employers;
  • Financial need; and
  • Endorsement from respective Academic Directors.

Please refer to “Notes for Applicants” for details.


Application Procedures & Deadline

Interested students should submit applications direct to the respective IA Co-Ordinator(s) on campus on or before 31 August 2021.



Arrangements for Assessments and Examination (AY2020/21 semester 2)

In view of the latest development of COVID-19 in the community, the examination for semester 2 of this Academic Year will be replaced by alternative forms, such as assignments and / or reflective reports.  If on-campus assessments / examinations are required for specific modules or for attaining professional recognition, on-campus assessments/examinations will be conducted with stringent precautionary measures in place.
Your teachers will inform you of the assessment arrangements.


Digital Security: Two Factor Authentication

Dear Student,

Username and password are important information to access different services, hackers may use different techniques to steal this information, such as phishing emails and malicious Wi-Fi. Therefore, Two Factor Authentication (2FA) security mechanism is the effective way to protect account information and minimize risk of data loss.

Please register VTC Student 2FA with below steps to protect your CNA and information.

  1. Fill the request form via Student CNA*This form is only available during this epidemic for better support services
  2. Receive a confirmation Email within three working days
  3. Login to CNA Service Portal Website via Student CNA after received confirmation email
  4. Choose preferred authentication method
  5. Scan QR code / SMS

For more details, you can visit Student 2FA Website:

If you have any enquiries, please contact Local Campus Support or email to

Information Security Team

Information Technology Services Division

Notice on Class Arrangements after Chinese New Year

Member institutions of the Vocational Training Council (VTC)* will conduct classes in a mixed mode starting 18 February (Thursday), which will include face-to-face classes, online or other modes of teaching and learning.  Students will be informed of the detailed arrangements respectively by their institutions/departments. The VTC will keep monitoring the situation and provide updates on relevant arrangements as appropriate.


*Arrangements for the School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE), the Institute of Professional Education And Knowledge (PEAK), the Integrated Vocational Development Centre (IVDC) and the Shine Skills Centre (SHINE) are outlined in respective webpages.


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