HELP University College’s top officials paid a visit to WOU headquarters for a day-long discussion on possible collaboration and partnership in the area of academic staff development and joint academic programmes. The talk touched on common concerns, challenges and opportunities, developing an extensive relationship and on content development.
HELP was represented by President Dr Paul Chan Tuck Hoong, CEO Chan Kum Yoke, Vice President Dr Choong Yeow Wei, Marketing and Business Development Group Director Fiona Woo Yoke Fong, and Marketing and Corporate Communication Director Katherine Poh. WOU was represented by Vice Chancellor and CEO Tan Sri Emeritus Prof Gajaraj Dhanarajan, Deputy Vice Chancellors Prof Wong Tat Meng and Dr Seah Soo Aun, and Deans of the Schools.
As a new university catering to adult learners and using delivery methods that are flexible and innovative, WOU derives great benefits by working with like-minded higher education partners like HELP University College. These include the sharing of resources and knowledge. The synergy between WOU and HELP University College can help enrich both their learning communities.
Gerry Morgan, founder of Ink Media and a partner in HELP University College, gave a demonstration on their line of cost-efficient and unique Internet-ready laptop computers with compelling performance features.