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Academic Governance

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Academic Governance at Parkway College consists of Academic Board, Examination Board, Curriculum Review Committee (Nursing), Nursing Academic Quality Committee and Examination Committee (Nursing).

Academic Board

The Academic Board is multi-disciplinary in nature and is responsible for the academic matters of the College. The Board will review and approve the curriculum, fee structure, admissions and graduation criteria.

The Board comprises:

Mr Yong Wui Chiang (Chairman)
CEO, Parkway College

Ms Tan Ai Wei
Manager, Corporate Administration and Services

Ms Chin Kui Joong, June
Programme Lead, Nursing

Ms Yap Bee Khim, Rachel
Programme Lead, Radiography

Ms Kok Lai Yee, Adelene
Programme Lead, Healthcare Admin & WSQ Courses

Mr Lam Hoi Hing, Simon
Programme Lead, Optometry

Mr Jahangeer Jamaludden
Principal Consultant

Examination Board

The Examination Board is responsible for the final approval of grades and awards to be recommended for individual candidates.

The Board comprises:

Mr Yong Wui Chiang (Chairman)
CEO, Parkway College

Ms Tan Ai Wei 
Manager, Corporate Administration and Services 

Ms Chin Kui Joong, June
Programme Lead, Nursing

Ms Yap Bee Khim, Rachel
Programme Lead, Radiography

Ms Kok Lai Yee, Adelene
Programme Lead, Healthcare Admin & WSQ Courses

Mr Lam Hoi Hing, Simon
Programme Lead, Optometry

Mr Jahangeer Jamaludden
Principal Consultant

Ms Sandy Teo Ee Ling
Assistant Director of Nursing, Mount Elizabeth Hospital

A/Prof Tay Swee Cheng, Rosy
Programme Director, Health and Social Science, Singapore Institute of Technology

Ms Wan Koo May Yeok
Assistant Director, School of Health and Social Sciences, Nanyang Polytechnic


Examination Committee (Nursing)

The Examination Committee – Nursing will be responsible for the review and approval of assessment format and tools, examination papers, grades and awards to be conferred for the Diploma in Nursing. 

Curriculum Development and Review Committee (Nursing)

The main responsibility of the committee is to review current practice and content in the Nursing in Diploma curriculum based on feedback from students, lecturers, and external parties to amend, improve and make changes on the Nursing curriculum.

Teaching Faculty

Our teachers are healthcare professionals in the fields of nursing, pharmacy, infection control, healthcare administration, healthcare quality, etc. They hold professional graduate qualifications and have many years of working experience in the healthcare environment. They are registered with the Committee for Private Education of SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG), Ministry of Education.

The average teacher: student ratio is 1: 30 for a classroom setting. For laboratory skills, the teacher: student ratio is described in the course curriculum documents and is guided by the respective professional bodies’ requirements.