Orientation Programme

Orientation Programme For Jan 2017 Intake Students

First Day of School Term: Mon 9 Jan 2017 (Start at 9am sharp)

Where to go for your Reporting Venue:

Course Reporting Venue
School of Applied and Health Sciences
Higher Nitec in Chemical Technology
Nitec in Applied Food Science
Nitec in Chemical Process Technology
Nitec in Community Care & Social Services
Nitec in Opticianry
Indoor Sports Hall
Business Block, Level 3
Nitec in Nursing Main Lecture Theatre
Administration Block, Level 3
School of Business & Services
Higher Nitec in Accounting
Higher Nitec in Logistics for International Trade
Nitec in Beauty & Wellness
Nitec in Business Services
Nitec in Finance Services
Nitec in Fitness Training
Nitec in Hair Fashion & Design
Nitec in Logistics Services
Function Hall
Administration Block, Level 3
School of Electronics and Info-Comm Technology
Higher Nitec in Business Information Systems
Higher Nitec in Cyber & Network Security
Higher Nitec in Electronics Engineering
Higher Nitec in Information Technology
Nitec in Digital Audio & Video Production
Nitec in Electronics, Computer Networking & Communications
Nitec in Info-Communications Technology (Cloud Computing)
Nitec in Info-Communications Technology (Networking & Systems Administration)
Indoor Sports Hall
Business Block, Level 3
School of Engineering
Higher Nitec in Electrical Engineering
Higher Nitec in Mechanical Engineering
Nitec in Electrical Technology (Lighting & Sound)
Nitec in Electrical Technology (Power & Control)
Nitec in Facility Technology (Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration)
Nitec in Facility Technology (Landscaping Services)
Nitec in Facility Technology (Mechanical & Electrical Services)
Nitec in Facility Technology (Vertical Transportation)
Nitec in Mechanical Technology
Auditorium
Administration Block, Level 3

Please refer to Map for location:

1) Please report to the College in your uniform1 (please note additional requirements2 for specific courses) with dark-coloured shoes3 (black, blue, grey or brown). In the event that you have not bought your uniform, you are required to wear your PE attire with covered toe shoes. Do take note of your personal appearance when reporting to the College

2) Students must be neatly dressed in the College uniforms complete with shoes specified or College PE attire with covered toe shoes. No caps, jeans, sandals or slippers to be worn in the College;

2.1 Male students must not sport long hair (long hair refers to hair touching the eye-brows or covering the ears or touching the collars). They should be clean-shaven;

Hairstyle

2.2 Female students with long hair must keep their hair neat;

2.3 Both Male and Female students are not allowed to sport coloured hair;

2.4 Male students must not wear earrings or ear-studs in the College. Female students are allowed to wear one pair of simple ear-studs or earrings in the College.

 3) You will participate in various Orientation activities organised by the College on the day you report at the College.  Please bring along another set of PE attire (in case you need to change).  Please visit our College East Website for more details on the Orientation Programme.

Orientation Programme Schedule

You will participate in various Orientation activities organised by the College on the day you report at the College.

Please see the Orientation Programme for your School using the links below:
School of Applied & Health Sciences
School of Business & Services
School of Electronics & Info-Communication Technology
School of Engineering
Direct-Entry-Scheme to Polytechnic Programme (DPP)

The schedules are subjected to changes.
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1Students from the Community Care & Social Services, Nursing and School of Business & Services are required to wear the set of uniforms approved by their School of studies. All female students from the Chemical Technology, Applied Food Science, Chemical Process Technology and Digital Audio & Video Production courses are required to wear pants as part of their uniform.
2 All students from the Chemical Technology, Applied Food Science and Chemical Process Technology courses are required to purchase laboratory coats and all students from the School of Engineering are required to purchase safety boots for their course of studies.
3 Students from the School of Applied & Health Sciences (Community Care & Social Services, Nursing and Opticianry) and School of Business and Services (Beauty & Wellness, Business Services, Finances Services and Hair Services) are required to wear only BLACK shoes. For Fitness Training students, they are required to wear SPORTS shoes.