On today’s programme we examine the ins and outs of family and relationship counseling, with input from renowned Jamaican psychologist, and CEO of Family Life Ministries Dr. Barrington Davidson
As part of plans to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communications (CARIMAC), the University of the West Indies will be introducing several new course and degree programmes in media and communications.
On today’s programme Senior Plant and Food Security Officer at the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA), Francine Webb, shares how she channeled her interest in insects into a rewarding career.
On today’s programme we highlight a new facility being made available to small and medium sized enterprises to assist them in obtaining venture capital
The Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) and HEART Trust NTA are partnering to establish a training facility to teach persons to repair heavy duty vehicles
The Mexican Government through the Mexican Embassy is inviting scientific institutions across the country to nominate candidates for consideration for the Premio Mexico De Ciencia Y Tecnologia or in English, the Mexico Science and Technology Award.
The University of the West Indies is now offering students the opportunity to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Sign Language Interpretation. On today’s programme we hear more about what the programme has to offer, and the career opportunities it can generate.
A subsidiary of the Scientific Research Council, Marketech’s mandate is to facilitate the growth and development of Jamaica’s economy through the creation of market driven products. The company is also involved the promotion and commercialization of technologies to foster growth of industries.
High School Diploma Equivalency Programme
Interested in working in the Hospitality and Tourism field? Well what better place to get training in the field than at one of the Caribbean’s most decorated hotel chains, Sandals Resorts International. The resort chain, through its Hospitality Training Programme, offers an in-depth introduction to the various fields involved in the hospitality industry.
On today’s programme we share some strategies for dealing with difficult employees
We examine the ideal conflict resolution process as it should play out in the workplace.
This week we continue our look at techniques to help supervisors improve their management skills. Once again, we’ll be taking examples from our sample companies Banjo’s Biscuits and Melva’s Baked Goods.
On today’s programme we share three tips for supervisors who want to improve their skills, taking examples from two companies – Banjo Biscuits and Melva’s Baked Goods.
Start Up Jamaica
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.