Career Talks, Enrichment Programmes and Advanced Elective Modules (AEMs)
With the range of diploma courses available, how do secondary schools students decide which course to take? It can be mind-boggling for your students with many burning questions about their future.
At HMS, we are pleased to offer career talks to share how our courses can bring your students to places and a world of opportunities! Our lecturers will provide information on job prospects and give insights on the various industries. We will also be glad to answer your students’ questions.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested to organise career talks for your students.
|Topic|| ||Synopsis |
|Careers in |
Arts and Cultural Development
| ||How can I bring arts and culture to all?|
Our lecturer(s) will highlight recent developments in the arts and culture scene and the endless opportunities arising from these fast-paced developments. Hear from the lecturer(s) how to get involve in this blooming industry
|Careers in |
How do I join the pre-school teaching profession?
Our lecturer(s) will share on careers in the pre-school education sector and discuss various job positions and opportunities for career advancement.
|Careers in the Media Industry|| |
How can I rub shoulders with celebrities and write about them?
Our lecturer(s) will share on the various careers in the media scene, recent developments in the market, job descriptions (including the perks and the pitfalls) and the paths for advancement in the media industry
|Careers in |
Social and Community Development
How can I work and help others at the same time?
Our lecturer(s) will share on the development and needs in the social sector. Based on their work experiences, lecturer(s) will provide a glimpse of working in the field and catering to the diverse needs in the population. The sharing will also including positions, job descriptions and paths for career advancement.
|Opportunities in the Corporate World|| |
How can I realise my business ideas?
The corporate world offers a multitude of opportunities. Lecturer(s) will explain various job descriptions, share examples of students’ projects and provide tips on how to succeed in the business world.
|Programme|| ||Duration || ||Contact Person |
|Dialogue in the Dark, Singapore |
Dialogue in the Dark, Singapore is a journey through darkened simulation rooms. Students will be led by blind guides through a “park”, “river cruise” and “housing estate” in complete darkness. Through the experiential and tactile journey, they will learn about social cohesion and community inclusiveness. They will leave with greater social awareness of the disabled and the diverse populations around them. Paid tour.
| ||Mr Glen Ng |
Tel : 6460 7317
Ms Lim Hwee Ley
Tel : 6460 8583
|Fun With Puppets |
Students will learn to stage a simple puppet show and apply the skills learnt to other creative projects. They will pick up skills such as puppet manipulation, vocal variation, characterisation and scriptwriting.
(3 hours per day)
| ||Ms Jean Ong|
Tel : 6460 7548
Advanced Elective Modules (AEMs)
Advanced Elective Modules (AEMs) are 40-hour courses in applied topics conducted by NP’s lecturers. Geared towards enhancing the learning experience of students, AEMs feature a higher practical component and more group projects than what students will usually learn from schools.
Fundamentals Of Contemporary Chinese Music
Having covered the fundamentals of Contemporary Chinese Music, students will gain an appreciation of lyrical composition and find out about popular music composition, song writing and production.
Psychology in Everyday Life
Students will be introduced to general topics in psychology through fun-filled activities including workshops, visits and field trips
Contact us now for more details!
Mr Patrick Cheng
Tel: 6460 8037