In 2016/17, THEi is offering 20 degree programmes through three faculties.
Faculty of Design and Environment: Advertising, Fashion Design, Product Design, Landscape Architecture, Landscape Architecture (2-year professional programme), Horticulture and Landscape Management, and Surveying (jointly with the Faculty of Science and Technology).
Faculty of Management and Hospitality: Sports and Recreation Management, Culinary Arts and Management, Professional Accounting, Hotel Operations Management, Public Relations and Management, and Retail Management.
Faculty of Science and Technology: Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Management, Building Services Engineering, Health Care, Food Science and Safety, Multimedia Technology and Innovation, and Information and Communications Technology.
In 2016/17, seven programmes (Fashion Design, Product Design, Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Landscape Management, Culinary Arts and Management, Civil Engineering, and Environmental Engineering and Management) are in the Government’s Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions / Sectors, which provides subsidies to students varying from $40,000 to $70,000 per year.
All the programmes are accredited by the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications. Most of them are also accredited by the relevant professional bodies.
A new campus is being built on a site in Chai Wan next door to the Institute of Vocational Education (IVE) campus at Chai Wan. It is scheduled for completion in 2017/18.
Instructor (Sports and Recreation Management)
|Industry||Education / Training|
Education / Training > Teacher - Higher Education
Health / Fitness / Beauty Care / Recreation > Therapy
Health / Fitness / Beauty Care / Recreation > Spa / Massage
Faculty of Management and Hospitality
The appointee shall report to the Dean and engage in teaching and related learning activities. These include, but are not limited to, delivering and organising lectures, tutorials, seminars and laboratory, workshop, or practical sessions; supporting students in their learning; assisting in the design and development of curricula, and teaching and learning strategies and materials; assisting in research or scholarly activities; and undertaking academic and administrative support services.
Specialism: Sports Therapy
The successful candidate should have a recognised degree with first class honour and with teaching and/or industrial experience in Physiotherapy, Sports Physiotherapy, Sports Therapy, Athletic Training or related fields; good knowledge or experience in using a wide range of therapeutic and testing equipment including tensiomyography, blood lactate, timing gate and contact mat (for measuring Reactive Strength Index); proficiency in research and statistics including the use of SPSS or SAS, and writing a meta-analysis or systematic review independently; and high proficiency in English and preferably in Chinese, including Putonghua.
He/she should be a registered physiotherapist, or with potential for registration with the Physiotherapists Board of Hong Kong, or a sports therapist registered with the Society of Sports Therapists in the UK. The ability to teach the following subjects will be a great advantage: (a) Research Methods and Statistics, (b) Professional Practice & Clinical Leadership in Sports Therapy, (c) Motor Learning and Control of Human Performance, (d) Management of Sports Injuries, (e) Sports Skills Development – Aqua Sports, (f) Sport Massage and Stretching, (g) Exercise Testing and Training for Injuries Prevention, (h) Functional Anatomy, and (i) Pitch-side Emergency and Trauma Management. Ability or experience in treating or training athletes at national level, or elite rugby players will be valuable.
(1) Candidates may be appointed on temporary terms of employment.
(2) The appointee may be required to perform duties at different sites and work irregular hours, shifts and on Saturdays and Sundays.
(3) The remuneration package will be competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.