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The HKIC is committed to supporting ethnic minorities and other non-Chinese speakers. Apart from offering courses using English as the medium of instruction, the HKIC also reaches out to non-Chinese speaking people in community events, including career talks, neighbourhood carnivals and job fairs. The HKIC is also committed to assisting non-Chinese speaking people to adapt to local life and provide employment support.
Courses for Non-Chinese Speakers
The HKIC offers a series of English-Speaking Courses for non-Chinese speaker. Please call 2100 9000 or go to the following webpage for more details.
Non-Chinese Graduate Sharing
ZAMAN Muhammad

Graduate of Enhanced Construction Manpower Training Scheme in Plumbing & Pipe-Fitting in Building Construction

HKIC's Instructors provide a good explanation for us. I got knowledge that I can express my work in the field. For EM, if you have skills, you can be surviving in the construction industry. The most important thing is what you learn. Learn from heart, get trust, then go for your goal!

The HKIC is committed to participate in the activities of non-Chinese speakers, such as carnivals and job fairs. The HKIC also organised X'mas Fun Camp to provide more opportunities for non-Chinese speaking youngsters to learn more about the construction industry. The HKIC plans to organise more activities for non-Chinese speakers in the future so that more non-Chinese speakers can learn about the construction industry and the HKIC's professional training services.
Wan Chai Job Expo – Building a Multicultural Workplace
HKIC participated in the "Wan Chai Job Expo - Building a Multicultural Workplace" organised by the Labour Department on 14-15 September 2021. Construction training courses information, materials introducing campus life and graduate sharing were offered to non-Chinese speaking visitors. Few applications were received on-site.
X'mas Fun Camp
The first X'mas Fun Camp was held on 27-29 December 2017. Over 100 non-Chinese speaking youngsters joined the event. There were different workshops which they can taste the fun of construction.
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