Tutors Training Programme for the Northern Region

WOU organised a tutor orientation and training programme to equip its newly-appointed tutors as they prepare to teach students for the July 2007 semester.

The day-long session at Disted-Stamford College was attended by part-time tutors recruited to support WOU students who have registered with the Penang and Ipoh Regional Offices for the forthcoming semester. A total of 65 tutors and 20 WOU staff participated in the training programme.

Tutors from the Southern Region are scheduled to attend a similar training programme at Menara PGRM on July 1st.

WOU's Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) Prof Wong Tat Meng welcomes the tutors.

WOU’S DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (ACADEMIC) PROF WONG TAT MENG WELCOMES THE TUTORS.

Tutors undergo training.

TUTORS UNDERGO TRAINING.

Amused by a remark.

AMUSED BY A REMARK.

School of Science & Technology Senior Lecturer Dr Wendy Bong briefs participants on what

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY SENIOR LECTURER DR WENDY BONG BRIEFS PARTICIPANTS ON WHAT “BEING A TUTOR AT WOU” IS ALL ABOUT.

WOU's tutors come from varied backgrounds, with ages ranging from mid-20s to the 60s.

WOU’S TUTORS COME FROM VARIED BACKGROUNDS, WITH AGES RANGING FROM MID-20S TO THE 60S.

Participants help themselves to tea and snacks.

PARTICIPANTS HELP THEMSELVES TO TEA AND SNACKS.

Prof Wong (left) chats with tutors during the tea break.

PROF WONG (LEFT) CHATS WITH TUTORS DURING THE TEA BREAK.

School of Business & Administration Dean Prof Cheah Kooi Guan facilitating course-specific discussions.

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & ADMINISTRATION DEAN PROF CHEAH KOOI GUAN FACILITATING COURSE-SPECIFIC DISCUSSIONS.

WOU staff and tutors who attended the Northern Region Tutor Orientation and Training Programme.

WOU STAFF AND TUTORS WHO ATTENDED THE NORTHERN REGION TUTOR ORIENTATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMME.

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