Employees Retraining Board

List of Technical Advisors







 

Background

With the re-positioning of the ERB, our training services are more diversified and better geared with the needs of our wide-ranging clientele. To ensure that our courses cater timely for market changes and industry needs, the ERB has engaged the services of veteran practitioners in different industries in the capacity as Technical Advisors since 2008. Technical Advisors offer professional input to the course development and quality assurance work of the ERB, and their advice and support to the ERB have been very useful.

 


Roles and responsibilities of Technical Advisors


  • To advise on curriculum design, and mode and content of assessment to ensure that the courses cater for industry needs;

  • To conduct inspections to training centres and to advise on training facilities and other logistical arrangements;

  • To review examination papers and sample scripts, and to observe practical assessments of designated courses to ensure that the assessment levels are appropriately pitched with reference to the learning outcomes;

  • To attend meetings with training bodies, ERB staff and other stakeholders and to give advice on course development and quality assurance.

Please click here to view the list of appointed Technical Advisors. (Consent regarding disclosure of information listed on this web page has been obtained from the respective Technical Advisors.)

 


Joining our team of Technical Advisors

To ensure acceptability and professionalism, Technical Advisors of the ERB are generally expected to:



  • be veteran practitioners serving or have previously served in the relevant industry;

  • possess a recognised degree in related disciplines (depending on the nature and practical needs of the industry, the requirements on academic qualification may be flexibly adjusted);

  • have a minimum of 10 years’ relevant working experience in the industry, with no less than 5 years of which at supervisory level;

  • preferably have training / teaching experience in the related subject or the relevant industry;

  • preferably have experience in accreditation / audit / vocational assessment.

The ERB would like to invite veteran practitioners in various industries to join our team of Technical Advisors. Please click here for the list of courses, categorised by industries, offered by the ERB. Interested parties wishing to join the ERB as Technical Advisors, please click here to download the application form.