Cloud Computing
Requisite skill for digital workforce
THE ADOPTION OF CLOUD COMPUTING IS ACCELERATED BY THE PANDEMIC
ESSENTIAL FOUNDATIONS FOR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
All businesses and individuals are using cloud computing technology at certain extent
SECOND MOST IMPORTANT HARD SKILL VALUED BY EMPLOYERS
Technology is not only a profession, but also a hard skill that is required across all industries. Business schools are now adding cloud certification to their course.
GAIN COMPETITIVE EDGE WITH CLOUD COMPUTING KNOWLEDGE
Demand in cloud-equipped talent is increasing both inside corporates and as third-party providers
PROGRAM UNIQUENESS:
DUAL FOCUS ON BUILDING KNOWLEDGE & APPLYING IN REAL-WORLD
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Complete
Bridging Level
QF Level 2 (30 Hours)
Beginner Level
QF Level 2 (30 Hours)
Advanced Level
QF Level 3 (30 Hours)
Accredited Curriculum
Statements of Achievement by HKU Space
Certificate of Module – Cloud Computing Elements
Basic IT & cloud computing concepts
Certificate of Module – Fundamental Cloud Computing Technology
Cloud server operation and management
Certificate of Module – Advanced Cloud Computing Technology
Advanced cloud server operation and management
Extra-Curricular Activities
Real-world experience from partner companies
Company Visit / Experts’ Sharing
(as frequent as the availabilities of company / expert, each student can sign up at least one or multiple times in one year)
Ideation / Use Case Competition
(4-6 months over a year, an open-to-all-secondary-schools competition organized by SEED)
Workplace Experience:
Business etiquette workshop / job shadowing / internship
(2-4 weeks in a year during summer / school holidays, students to be selected by companies)

This is an illustration of a standard design of the course. SEED will base on this model and work with prospective schools to finetune details and provide the best experience for students.

ACTIVITIES HIGHLIGHTS
Ideation / Use Case Competition
Company Visits / Experts’ Sharing
Workplace Experience: Job Shadowing / Internship