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Representatives from the International Labour Organization (ILO) are in The Bahamas to meet with stakeholders of the National Empowerment Training Program, an initiative launched by the Government to help displaced workers learn new trades.
NASSAU, Bahamas -- International Labour Organization (ILO) representatives visited The College of The Bahamas on Tuesday to find out how the classes for the Government’s National Empowerment Training Program are progressing.
Sunday 14th June 2009
The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute's Cosmetology and Fashion Dept presents “Spice 2009: A Practical Interpretation of Cosmetic Expression.”
Held at the Crystal Palace Ballroom at 4 pm.
Tickets $20, at door $25.
For more information, contact 242-502-6300
Minister of Education Desmond Bannister said he was impressed by the campus, students and staff after a recent visit to the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI).
“The right direction for BTVI is the achievement of accreditation status so that students can feel confident that the training they receive at BTVI meets
Member of Parliament-elect for Elizabeth, Leo Ryan Pinder was sworn in at the House of Assembly during the new session of Parliament, Wednesday, April 14, 2010. Parliament was prorogued on March 22, 2010.
The Government of The Bahamas is encouraging construction workers to focus on the quality of service they deliver.
Public Works and Transport Minister the Hon Neko Grant said along with increasing opportunities for training, the Ministry is strengthening regulations in the construction industry with the introduction of a Contractors Bill.
Ladies and gentlemen, workers and employers it is once again my privilege to make this national Labour Day address.
The severe economic downturn that spread across the globe beginning in late 2007 continues to pose extraordinary challenges for the international community.
The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce's president yesterday expressed disappointment that the Government had chosen to discontinue the National Training Program after just one year, arguing that a sustainable, long-term re-training initiative was "critical" to this nation's oft-neglected human capital development.
While not surprised about the Government's decision not to allocate funds for the Natio...
By CHESTER ROBARDS
NATIONAL Training Programme participants uneveiled their shell craft at the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce yesterday, many of them lauding the initiative for opening their eyes to the trade and helping them create a business where they never before thought one existed.
Annastacia Johnson said she combined what she already knew about ...