On today’s programme, we learn what’s needed to enter the field of self defense instruction, with input from Adrienne Stokes of the Jamaica Self-Defense Academy.
On today’s programme, well known local professionals, from varying fields, share pieces of career advice they have benefited from during their working lives.
Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has introduced five new subjects at the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) level. The subjects – agricultural science, entrepreneurship, tourism, performing arts and physical education and sports – will increase the range of vocational and technical subjects available to students at the secondary level.
Are you stressed at your job? Do you know why? Sometimes it’s easy to figure out what exactly is stressing us out, but there are some things that could be causing us stress without our being aware.We examine some of the lesser known causes of stress at the workplace, with input from clinical and industrial psychologist Dr. Yvonne Freckleton
On today’s edition of Career Talk we hear from Patria Kaye Aarons, CEO of upstart confectionary business Sweetie Confectionary.
Four-time Olympic medalist Trinidadian track and field star Ato Boldon provides some insight on how Jamaican and Caribbean runners can have successful
We examine the field of project management with input from 10 year project management veteran Carrington Morgan.
What if your best employee was offered a much better salary from your company’s biggest rival; or suppose he or she came into a large sum of money, are you confident that your employee would stay? If you have to think twice before answering that question then it’s time to start thinking about employee retention strategies. After scouring the internet, we’ve put together a few strategies that can help employers retain their best employees.
What food is considered healthy? What are unhealthy foods? What should you eat if you want to lose weight? How about to gain weight? And the list goes on. It can all be so confusing at times.
But a nutritionist slash dietician is usually able to provide answers to these questions.
The position of General Manager of a major hotel, with input from Christopher Elliot, General Manager of the Sandals Carlyle Resort in Montego Bay.
Some of the most useful tips we found to help you ensure you’re always dressed professionally at work.
The HEART Trust NTA recently opened its latest workforce college, the HEART College of Construction Services.
Jamaica recently amended the CARICOM Free Movement of Skilled Persons Act, allowing five new categories of workers to benefit from free movement for work.
What it takes to be a Pastry Chef, with input from Lead Pastry Chef at Sandals Royal Caribbean, Cleon Whyte.
Logistics Hub Training Initiative.
Bureau of Standards Training Programmes
social media platforms have transitioned from being used purely for recreation, into viable tools for businesses to interact with their customers. This has resulted in the creation of the field known as social media management, under which skilled social media users are tasked with maximizing a company’s presence on social media platforms.
4 Bad Habits That Can Get You Fired
We all have bad habits, and in most situations giving in to them will not get you into trouble. But in the world of work, bad habits can overshadow your qualities as an employee, and perhaps even get you fired.
Jamaica’s national training body, the HEART Trust, is positioning itself to generate the employees that will staff this industry with the introduction of its Renewable Energy and Efficiency Programme (REET).