Important Notes
Student Workshops/ Webinar

· All student seminars and workshops must be registered by the teacher in charge.
· In order to encourage more schools to participate in the activities, each school can appoint no more than 8 students with a maximum of 5 students in the same workshop.
· The teacher in charge must provide student information (such as full name in Chinese and English) after receiving the confirmation email.
· Student Webinars deliver no upper limits on the number of applicants.
· Student Webinars will be conducted through online video conferencing software (such as Zoom).

Teacher Workshops/ Seminar

· Participants can register up to 5 workshops.
· Participants can register in more than one seminar.

· Please provide the correct email address for account registration, and the system will send the appointment notification to that email address. Please check your inbox and spam at the same time.
· Registration fee is free.
· Participants will receive a registration confirmation email one week before the event. For enquiries, please email to or call 2989 9091 to contact the organiser.
· All activities serve as first-come-first-served basis.
· Unless otherwise specified, all activities will be explained/ taught in Cantonese.
· All activities of the Innovation and Technology Festival for Secondary School Students will be held in the Hong Kong Productivity Council Building, 78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
· Participants must cooperate with the epidemic prevention measures adopted by the HKPC. They must wear surgical masks correctly and eating and drinking are strictly prohibited in the venue. It is recommended to use alcohol sanitizer to clean your hands every time you enter or leave every venue.
· All participants must receive temperature testing in the ground floor of the building and submit a health declaration form before entering the HKPC.
· In any case, the organiser reserves the right to make the final decision on the event arrangements.
The Organiser reserves the right to cancel or cut short the Event for the following reasons:

Adverse weather conditions

Epidemics (including but not limited to COVID-19) and government policies on public gathering

Landslides, rock falls or hill fires along the event venue

Protests or blockage around the event venue

Force majeure i.e. due to occurrence of incidents that are beyond the control of the Organiser and which renders it impossible, unsafe or impractical to hold the event. A force majeure event shall include, but is not limited to, act of God, war, hostilities, invasion, rebellion, revolution, insurrection, riot, commotion, strikes, go-slows, lock outs or disorder, outbreak of disease, acts or threats of terrorism.

The Organiser and its agents shall have the absolute discretion to use any photograph, video, or any other record of the Event for any lawful purposes including advertising and promotion of the event.

The personal data provided by participants may be disclosed to other organizations for the purposes mentioned above.

We will never lease, exchange or sell any personally identifiable information that you have voluntarily supplied to us, including email address and telephone number.