The Education Bureau has enriched the contents of the Life Planning Information Website by setting up the My Life Planning Portfolio thematic corner.


It is an online learning system that provides handy tools for students to conduct career aptitude assessments and create learning portfolios as well as information on life planning.


Resources are also made available for teachers to assist with students’ life planning.


There are seven sections under the new online learning system: Career Assessment (with various tools for career aptitude assessments), My E-lesson, Student Portfolio, Career Information & Video Clips, My Work Values game, Career Adventure Report and Professional Development Programme specifically designed for teachers.


The system originated from the 10-year CLAP for [email protected] project implemented by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust since 2015, under which an online platform was developed to support young people’s life planning and development.


In response to the widespread use of the online platform by teachers and students, the bureau has migrated some of its functions to the My Life Planning Portfolio.


Schools are encouraged to make optimum use of the system to help students acquire a better understanding of their interests and strengths, and learn more about different articulation pathways for further studies and careers as well as positive work values, so that they could be well prepared for further studies or career pursuits.


The bureau has also been collaborating with different business entities and community organisations under the Business-School Partnership Programme to provide students with diversified career exploration activities, with a view to equipping them with information about different industries and developing an appropriate attitude towards work.


For details of life planning education, please visit the bureau’s Life Planning Information Website.

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