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CODE: Coaching, Organisation Development, and Engagement Programme 2022



Coaching, Organisation Development, and Engagement (CODE) Programme is a series of tailor-made training sessions for officers of student organisations. It aims to equip students with the knowledge and practical skills that are essential to the development of student organisations. This June, two CCL recognised workshops will be organised for student officers to enhance their personal management skills and share the smart tips in protecting their societies as well as their fellow members. The workshops will be conducted online via ZOOM in Cantonese with training materials prepared in English. 


The Inner Game of Success

(The 3 sessions are identical with a quota of maximum 40 students in each group. You are required to join ONE session only. Registration will be on a first-come-first-served basis.)

Goal setting

Session 1: 6 June 2022 (Monday)
Session 2: 7 June 2022 (Tuesday)
Session 3: 7 June 2022 (Tuesday)
Session 1: 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Session 2: 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Session 3: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Dr. Jessie Chow, Registered Educational Psychologist

Self-regulation has an important role in our everyday behaviour – whether we can learn from our experiences (including success and failure) or be aware of our repeated patterns or habitual responses to coping. The workshop will focus on explicit teaching about the concept and explain how you can become a more influential and reflective student exco.

Protect Your Society: Handling of Financial, Data Privacy and Equal Opportunities Matters


10 June 2022 (Friday)
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Ms. Jennifer CHAN, Community Relations Officer, Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC)
Mr. Victor CHING, Corporate Consultant, Milestone Talent Development Centre

Important tips and reminders in seeking sponsorships, purchasing and handling sales agreement for student organisations would be shared by ICAC's representative. In addition, student officers will be equipped with the necessary knowledge in handling financial matters for their societies. 

Issues of data protection and equal opportunities, including potential sexual harassment and discrimination, are highly relevant to student organisations. Real examples relevant to student organisations would be shared by the trainer so that student officers will not fall into unlawful traps while organising activities for your members.

**Each student organisation who intend to participate in Sales Week 2022/2023 in the second semester MUST send representatives to attend this workshop. Depending on the actual circumstances, details of the Sales Week will be announced in due course.**


All officers, including cabinets from 2021/2022 & (potential) 2022/2023 are cordially invited. Each student organisation is required to send representative(s) to attend BOTH workshops. To encourage participation, a reward scheme has been established. Student organisations, which have sent representatives to attend both workshops in accordance to the following table, would be eligible for the corresponding number of rewards in the upcoming academic year (2022/2023):

The number of representatives no less than

Arrangement of Rewards

TWO-THIRDS of the number of executive committee members

Eligible for TWO rewards

ONE-THIRD of the number of executive committee members

Eligible for ONE reward

The rewards are as follows:

Type of Reward Details
Advanced Venue Booking for Student Activities

Student organisations can book ONE venue up to 90 calendar days in advance for ONE of their activities, subject to venue availability. This reward is applicable to venues under the management of SA only.

Additional Funding Subsidies towards Student Activities

Student organisations would be allocated for an additional 30% subsidies or a maximum amount of HKD1,500 on top of their entitlement when applying for one of the funding schemes managed by SA for one of their activities.

The subsidies would be calculated according to the number of attendees or related expenses of their activities. The additional subsidies would not exceed the amount spent on the activities. Moreover, student organisations have to follow the instructions on the funding schemes and timely submit their activity reports as well as supporting documents in order to obtain the grant.  Application details would later be announced to student organisations which had sent representatives to attend CODE.



Deadline:  31 May 2022 (Tuesday)

Prior registration is required. The meeting link will be sent to registered students only.

Student organisations that are unable to send any representatives to attend the two workshops above are required to provide a justification email before the application deadline. Officers are required to attend a series of make-up trainings.