The 8th International Conference on Modern Industrial Training (8CMIT)
|Event Date/Time: Oct 24, 2006||End Date/Time: Oct 27, 2006|
|Registration Date: Feb 28, 2006|
|Abstract Submission Date: Feb 28, 2006|
|Paper Submission Date: May 10, 2006|
Inaugurated in 1986, the International Conference on Modern Industrial Training (CMIT) is a triennial event jointly organized by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a key university in Mainland China with the aims of serving as a platform for reviewing and exchanging ideas and experience in modern industrial training, and to promote the importance of intellectually challenging, relevant industrial training as an integral part of higher education.
The first conference was held in Guangzhou in 1986 and hosted by South China University of Technology, then successively in Nanjing, Wuhan, Xi¡¦an, Jinan, Beijing and Chongqing. Again in collaboration with South China University of Technology, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University will host the eighth conference in Hong Kong in October 2006.
Theme and Scope
The theme of the 8CMIT is ¡§Technology Training Initiatives ¡V Challenges of Modern Industrial Training¡¨. The programme centres on aspects of innovative initiatives in the training and transfer of technologies to both young and mature students to meet the emerging needs of modern industry, particularly in the following areas:
In addition to the regular 8CMIT sessions, there will be a one-day pre-conference workshop on ¡§Management and Implementation of an Industrial Centre¡¨. The workshop provides attendees with an overview of the path that Industrial Centre at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University has gone through in the past thirty years and its way forward in administering an effective training centre
The early bird rate of the Conference registration fee is US$450 per delegate for payments made before 10 May 2006, and the regular rate of US$500 will apply thereafter. The fee includes the Welcome Reception, 3 lunches, the Conference Banquet, the social programmes and a copy of Conference Proceedings.
The fee for an accompanying guest, who will not attend the Conference, is US$150 that covers the reception, the Conference Banquet and the social programmes. For the accompanying guest who would like to attend the Conference, the full registration fee applies.
The fee for the pre-conference workshop is US$250 which includes the workshop handouts, the presentation materials and a lunch.