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MAJOR COMPANIES BEING CERTIFIED AS MASTERS APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING CENTRES

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Minister of Labour, Hon. Joseph Hamilton, and the Board of Industrial Training's Acting Chief Executive Officer/ Secretary, Ms. Saskia Eastman-Onwuzirike,

FORGING RELATIONS TO BUILD STRONG WORKFORCE

26 Jan 2023   /   0 Comment   /   0   /   Read More
Hon. Joseph Hamilton, Minister of Labour, has committed to establishing a collaboration between Guyana and Jamaica to improve the delivery

THE BOARD OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING’S SERVICES CHANGES LIVES FOR THE BETTER

5 Dec 2022   /   0 Comment   /   0   /   Read More
Mrs. Taneka Latoya Sanchara, Owner of Unique’s Play School, Day Care, and Nursery Program permanently changed both her life and

BUILDING SKILLS FROM DAY ONE.

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BIT graduates 826 in regions 5&6. |Neighboring regions, Mahaica Berbice and East Berbice-Corentyne over the years carried the stigma of

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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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