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Testimonials

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Ravi Persaud

Today, thanks to the Board of Industrial Training, I am certified and was given a chance to work as a tutor at the Essequibo Technical Institute.Read More »
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Alec Jack

Thanks to the Ministry of Labour, through BIT, I now have a new way to earn and that is processing and packaging some of the same crops we are planting on our farm.Read More »
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Akeena Adams

Today, I can help my mother financially, encourage my younger siblings to learn a skill, even if they are doing well academically.Read More »
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Iona Cortman

Today, I am no longer a trainee, I am so grateful for the knowledge I have received and to top it off, we were not pushed aside after the training ended.Read More »
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Duration of the programmes offered by the Board of Industrial Training are between four to six months.

Persons can apply for the programme from age 15 years old and above

One course at a time.

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225 persons successfully completed BIT skills training from Georgetown.

15 Oct 2021   /   0 Comment   /   0   /   Read More
Some of the graduates who completed an intrioduction to spa course through the Board of Industrial Training. Minister of Labour,

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In picture are, from L to R, Mr. Mathew Fontenelle, Beneficiary, Ms. Simone Martin and CEO of BIT, Mr. Richard

151 HINTERLAND YOUTHS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED SKILLS TRAINING WITH BIT.

29 Sep 2021   /   0 Comment   /   0   /   Read More
One of the graduates sharing his excperience of the programme. Minister of Labour, Hon. Joseph Hamilton handing out a

Reg 6, Care for the Elderly trainees praised BIT for ongoing delivery of skills training.

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- Thirty (30) trainees pursuing Care for the Elderly at St. Francis Community Developers in East Berbice-Corentyne (Region Six), paid