Introduction

HealthTech Forum aims to bring together experts, industry and service organizations in different fields to share knowledge, insights and experiences on active ageing and to promote inter-agency and discipline collaboration to improve elderly services.

Schedule

Basketball Court

Speakers

Keynote Speech & Panel Discussion

Afternoon Session

Registration

Highlights

1. GOH Arrival.JPG
2. Photo Backdrop.jpg
3. Welcoming Address by Mr Tony TAI Chark-tong, Chairman, Vocational Training Council.JPG
4. Opening Remarks by Dr LEONG Che-hung, GBM, GBS, OBE, JP.jpg
5. Souvenir Presentation by VTC Chairman.JPG
6. Group Photo .jpg
7. Dr FUNG Hong, JP, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, CUHK Medical Centre.jpg
8. Panel Discussion.jpg
9. Panel Discussion Group Photo.jpg
10. Afternoon Session 1 Group Photo.jpg
11. Afternoon Session 2 Group Photo.JPG
12. Shine Skills Centre Exhibition.JPG
13. 3D Food Printing.JPG
14. Exhibition Area 1.JPG
15. Exhibition Area 2.JPG
16. HealthTech Centre.JPG
17. HealthTech Center.JPG
18. Smart Living Home.JPG
19. Smart Living Home.JPG
20. Virtual exhibition.JPG

Venue

About Us

HealthTech Centre is located in Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE) Kwai Chung Campus, a member of Vocational Training Council (VTC). It was established with the support of Applied Science (AS) Discipline in 2017. Its mission is to promote the use of health technology, raise public awareness on community health and offer vocational and professional education and training (VPET) for healthcare-related industries.

The Centre provides advanced and professional facilities for manpower training in the health service sectors. It enables young people to learn about the latest industry developments and technologies, offering a platform of knowledge and technology exchanges for the industry.

Sophisticated equipment and training games are available in HealthTech Centre, including Virtual Reality Smart Glove, Multimedia Cognitive Training Game. The Centre is to serve the public, especially the elders in the different districts, such as Kwai Tsing district, offering preventive healthcare maintenance and promoting elderly and community services to the community. Through the Centre, the Applied Science Discipline will continuously collaborate with its industry partners on research and development, allowing the Centre to serve as a skill and technology transfer centre for the health care industry.

Enquiries

Mr Henry KUNG
Tel: (852) 2612 3863
Email: henrykung@vtc.edu.hk
Miss Remi WANG
Tel: (852) 2612 3540
Email: hwwang@vtc.edu.hk