If a career in energy and electricity engineering is your choice, you now have the opportunity to get training at the University of the West Indies, which will be introducing a Bachelors degree in Electrical Power Engineering.
The Government has taken steps to introduce a national nutraceutical trade, hoping to reap some of the benefits of this approximately 270 billion US dollars per year industry.
The Government through the HEART Trust NTA is to roll out another social intervention programme to assist young people without academic qualifications or skills training to gain employment.The programme is called the National Unattached Youth Programme (NUYP), and is set to get started this July. We hear more about this programme in today’s edition
even more young people are set to benefit following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the NYS and the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica (PSOJ) geared at helping them gain workplace experience.
Are you interested in seeing science in action? Making use of scientific processes to unearth answers to questions that will benefit mankind? If we’ve piqued your interest then you’ll want to stay tuned to today’s programme, where we explore a career path which provides all this and more. We’re talking about the field of medical technology.
Any young professional looking to make a career out of implementing social change will be pleased to hear about Atlas Corps Emerging Global Leaders Initiative.
In today’s programme, two young entrepreneurs share how they got started.
In today’s programme, Executive Director of the University Council of Jamaica (UCJ), Dr. Yvonette Marshall shares the importance of accreditation to the tertiary institution selection process.
In today’s programme….HEART Trust/NTA’s partnership with GSW Animation to provide more training opportunities for the growing animation industry.
This week we look at the 2015 staging of the Career Expo at the University of the West Indies, Mona.
This week we look at Career Awareness Month at the University of the West Indies, Mona.
This week we explore the Graduate Work Experience Programme, an initiative of the National Youth Service (NYS).
This week we explore degrees in Animation and Digital Media Production offered by the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communications (CARIMAC).
In this week’s programme we highlight how participants of the High School Diploma Equivalency Programme have a second chance at an education.
In this week’s programme we highlight how you can launch a career in the criminal justice field, by pursuing an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice
In this week’s programme we highlight the new Associate Degree in Logistics Management, launched by the Council of Community Colleges in Jamaica.
Each year hundreds of Jamaican students opt to pursue study overseas. If you desire a similar opportunity but you’re not quite sure where to begin, then this week’s programme is for you. Five Steps To Studying In The US.
Today’s programme is part one of a two part feature focusing on emerging opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
A Number of Tips in Dressing for Success.
The Social Development Commission (SDC) is partnering with Sandals Resorts to host entrepreneurial and skills training workshops for unemployed and underemployed persons in 13 communities