Applications are still welcome for HEART Trust NTA’s Graduate Work Experience Programme. Stay tuned to find out more about this programme on today’s edition of Career Talk.
Stay with us to find about more about becoming a Curator on today’s edition of Career Talk.
Joan Brown Morrison tells us more about the Soil Scientist profession on today’s edition of Career Talk.
Applications are still open for the HEART Trust NTA’s HOPE Youth Sumer Employment Programme. Stay tuned to Career Talk to hear more.
Have you ever heard of fine arts photography? Listen in as professional photographer Adrian McDonald gives us the inside track on his occupation.
Anchovy High School is offering free training in Hospitality and Tourism Management. Stay with us to hear more on today’s edition of Career Talk.
We explore what the world of animation has to offer on today’s edition of Career Talk.
The Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) will begin accepting applications for the second cohort of the Jamaica House Fellowship Programme on Tuesday, March 26. The initiative, launched by Prime Minister, Andrew Holness in 2016, is geared at providing qualified candidates the opportunity to grow professionally and contribute to national development, while serving as full-time paid Jamaica House Fellows at the OPM.
The National Training Agency – HEART Trust, will be expanding its presence in the parish of St. Elizabeth. That means increased access to training, assessment and certification at international standards, for residents of the parish and, an improved labour force.
The National Training Agency – HEART Trust will be introducing a railroad track maintenance programme in April. The certificate course is being offered in collaboration with City and Guilds.
If your passion lies in tourism and hospitality, then the Western Hospitality Institute is a viable option for anyone aiming to work in this field.
The MICO University College will be offering new programmes geared at training students for emerging job opportunities locally and overseas.
Today’s professional will tell us more about the branch of engineering that primarily focuses on transforming raw material into a product in the most effective, efficient, economic and productive way possible, using machines, technology and people.
If you have a technical eye, a passion for storytelling, creativity and media, interest in the latest creative resources, great problem-solving skills, you don’t mind working long hours and work well under pressure, then you may just have a future in cinematography.
The National College for Educational Leadership (NCEL) is set to host a leadership development webinar on January 7 at the University of the West Indies Regional Headquarters starting at 4 pm.
The Ministry of Education Youth and information has launched an initiative geared at retooling staff members. The initiative will see the ministry and their partners funding first degree programmes pursued by employees.
Urban planning is critical to orderly development in any country. Before any new development such as a housing scheme, school or hospital can take place, urban planners will need data about environment.
On this week’s Career Talk, we share how you can turn your knowledge and skills in visual art into a viable career.
Geospatial technology is integral to modern urban development and planning. It’s the use of data about the environment, which is then used for decision-making purposes.