Ethnic Minority Ambassador Programme
The work life and training of the Ethnic Minority Ambassadors are shown below for better understanding of the Programme.
The Ambassadors for ethnic minorities not only can work in the Labour Department (LD) to provide assistance for the public, but also can participate in various training.
The tailored pre-employment training furnishes the Ambassadors with basic knowledge of LD's services before they start work. Career planning is also an integral part to equip the Ambassadors for their future.
The Ambassadors shared their learning experience during the graduation ceremony of the pre-employment training. The former Secretary for Labour and Welfare, Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-Chung, attended the ceremony and gave encouragement to the Ambassadors.
Ambassadors at work
Employment Services Ambassador for Ethnic Minorities
Ambassadors work in LD's Job Centres and recruitment functions to provide assistance for job seekers, especially the ethnic minorities, in using LD's services.
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Click here for experience sharing of an award-winning programme participant.
LD organises development workshops for the working Ambassadors to help them further adapt to the work and plan their careers. The former Commissioner for Labour, Mr Donald Tong Chi-keung, made a visit to the workshop to have exchange with the Ambassadors.
During the on-the-job training period, LD arranges language workshops for the Ambassadors on vocational Cantonese for improving their language and communication skills.
The upcoming recruitment of the Ethnic Minority Ambassador Programme will be held on 2 and 3 August 2021 (Monday and Tuesday). If you are interested, please call us at 2383 4932 on or before 30 July 2021 for registration and interview appointment. Interview timeslots are limited. Do not hesitate to call.
|Date||2 and 3 August 2021|
Kowloon West Job Centre of Labour Department
9/F Cheung Sha Wan Gov. Offices, 303 Cheung Sha Wan Rd.
(Exit C1, MTR Sham Shui Po Station)