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    YCCECE Info Day Attracts Passionate Students


    24 Feb, 2024

    23 : 42

    • YCCECE Info Day took place on Saturday, 24 February 2024, and received a positive response from secondary school students and parents. The event aimed to provide information about the College's programmes, admissions process, campus facilities, and scholarships. Various activities were organized to showcase the College's dedication to early childhood development, including workshops and tasting sessions coordinated by College students and faculty members.


      The event featured informative talks on Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Career Prospects, DSE Examination Tips for Secondary 6 students, and MBTI personality test for ECE students, teachers, and parents. Students showed great interest in learning about entrance requirements, application procedures, career pathways, and scholarship opportunities. During the event, College President Professor Yuen shared insights on play-based learning, early childhood studies, and career prospects. Students were told that the starting salary for ECE teachers increased to HK$24,330 in 2024.


      Two prominent talks were conducted during the event. The first talk focused on the MBTI Personality Test and its relevance to career choices, led by Mr. William Lai, a certified trainer in MBTI® Step I & II and NLP. Mr. Lai said that though most teachers possess similar traits as motivational leaders, but teachers with different personality traits can complement each other and provide teaching solutions to students suit the needs of kindergarten students. The second talk, conducted by Mr. Ivan Wong, a popular YouTuber who achieved 5** in 7 subjects in the DSE examinations, provided tips on revision planning and answering techniques for English writing and comprehension.


      Visitors had the opportunity to explore the College's Pamela Peck Discovery Space (PPDS) through a school tour. The PPDS serves as an auxiliary research study hub, enabling College students to gain practical experience and professional training. Additionally, through tasting activities, students were able to participate in specific modules and get a firsthand experience of the College's teaching methods.


      The College students themselves organized four engaging games focusing on art, music, culture, and sports. These games demonstrated how activities are curated to stimulate students' interests and facilitate learning through play.


      For more information on admissions, interested individuals are encouraged to visit the YCCECE website at or join a 1-on-1 online consultation to speak with the admission team.



    • Talk on ECE overview and career prospect by Prof Yuen

    • MBTI talk delivered by Mr Lai

    • Mr Ivan Wong shared tips on DSE Exam preparation

    • Curated activities demonstration by College students