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Nassau, The Bahamas -
Six computers and sports equipment have been donated to Government High
School. The donation was made an official hand over ceremony by His
Excellency Ambassador Hu Dingxian on behalf of the Chinese Government
on Monday, February 7.
The donation represents some
$10,000 worth of goods presented to the school since January 2011 to
support the school's premier Performing Arts Magnate programme and
Physical Education Department...
Nassau, Bahamas - The Lignum Vitae Centre of Hope (LVCH) will host
its first annual fundraising event,
Fiesta De Mayo - A Cultural Fusion,
May 7th, 2011. Guests will enjoy a night of surprises with
inclusive specialty drinks and Latin infused food at the Old Fort Bay
Club. Kicking things off at 7pm patrons will embark on a chic evening of
entertainment meant to evoke the spirit of Latin events in May, which
fittingly celebrate life and triumphing against the odds.
Sponsored by Bahama Handprints, British Colonial Hilton Nassau,
Colina Imperial Insurance, Custom Computers Ltd., Dolphin Encounters,
Havaianas Bahamas, and Mendoza Wine Imports, the event will also feature
a raffle. With an internationally recognized Aura DJ...
Tuesday 13th November 2012 6:00 PM
Lignum Institute Of Technology Course Schedule AutoCad 2012 Intro-Essentials September 18th, 2012 (10 weeks) Tuesday's & Thursday's 6:00-8:00pm September 15th, 2012 (10 weeks) Saturday only 9:00-1:00pm Lignum Training Institute We provide training from project and risk management to customer service, computer training and other technical training. Harbour Bay Shopping Plaza Tel: 393-2164 Fax: 394-4971
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Grand Bahama, The Bahamas -
Free Town Primary School invites the
public to its
Annual School Fair/Gospel Extravaganza on Saturday,
9, 2011 commencing at 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. to raise funds for upgrading
the school's computer laboratory addition purchasing and buying Air
Condition Units. It is promised to be a day of wholesome family fun.
The event will cater to a cross section
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Saturday 7th July 2012 9:00 AM
Microsoft Excel Formulas And Functions Have you ever struggled with: · Accessing all the valuable information in your spreadsheets? · Making smart business decisions based on your Excel data? · Providing vital information in order to meet financial goals? · Identifying business patterns to make better industry forecasts? · Presenting your information in "layman's terms"? Stop struggling with these kinds of questions and come to learn the answers! A half-day of in-depth, focused training could take your Excel knowledge to the next level. Join the elite few who have mastered some of Excel's most powerful functions and formulas. Control all the power Excel has to offer … For nearly two decades, Microsoft® Excel® has been the computer industry’s dominant spreadsheet application chosen for its sophisticated reporting, data analysis, and data tracking capabilities by professionals and home users alike. Today, many positions in the workforce require a working knowledge of Excel, and it’s difficult to find a company of any size that doesn’t rely on Excel at some level. Whether you’re working with sales information, pricing, customer records, employee stats, product inventory, payroll, company financials or other critical information, Excel is an invaluable tool for organizing, managing, analyzing, and tracking your data. Take your Excel skills to the next level … This workshop will take your Excel expertise to the next level. You’ll experience some of Excel’s more complex formulas and functions, and discover how to get the most information out of your data files. This class will advance your knowledge and make you a more confident, capable Excel user. It can be frustrating, knowing the information you or your company needs is somewhere in your Excel spreadsheets. This training is something you can use as soon as you return to the office. Concepts that were once a struggle will suddenly become simple once you understand the power behind Excel’s formulas and functions. You will increase your productivity as you use Excel more effectively and efficiently. When: Saturday July 7th, 2012 Time: 9am – 1pm Venue: Main Boardroom of The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce & Employers’ Confederation Facilitator: Keshelle Kerr Investment: $99 (BCCEC Members) $129.00 (Non-BCCEC Members)
Nassau, Bahamas- The
Indian High Commissioner met with education officers to discuss final
plans for the establishment of an Information Technology Centre at BTVI.
Education, The Honourable T. Desmond Banister and Indian High
Commissioner to The Bahamas, His Excellency Mohinder Singh Grover met to
finalize plans for the establishment of an Information Technology
Centre at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute. The project
will enable more than six hundred Bahamians to be computer-trained over
the next two years...
CUSTOMS Comptroller Glenn Gomez declined to say Robin Hood owner Sandy Schaeffer is likely to face any charges in connection with the ongoing investigation into his the chain of food stores.
"I would rather not say that at this time, but we are continuing with our investigation," Mr Gomez told The Tribune yesterday when asked for comment.
At the end of last month, police working in conjunction with Customs officers, raided the Tonique Williams-Darling Highway store around closing time, seizing a computer to aid in their investigation.
The equipment has since been returned to the company with Mr Gomez telling The Tribune that unassembled pieces were put together by a computer technicia ...
Across The Bahamas, thousands of students are setting aside time for daily doses of TV, tuning into a series of lively, original Bahamian shows allowing them to interact with humorous characters, prepare for standardized exams, learn a language, create a science project or improve subject knowledge through educational music videos.
The music video shows, headed by a three-man Ministry of Education team for The Bahamas Learning Channel, are now co-sponsored by Commonwealth Bank. Airing on ZNS weekdays from 5 - 5:30 pm; on Saturdays from 10 am - 12:30 and on Cable Bahamas Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 3:30 to 5 pm, The Bahamas Learning Channel attracts students, teachers and parents.
Programming with a purpose, it's a modern media-based delivery system making learning everything from vocabulary to mathematics more fun.
This is the eighth year of The Bahamas Learning Channel, but the first time Education has partnered on the project with Commonwealth Bank, the education bank whose contribution to education at all levels to date tops $2 million, including a $500,000 endowment for the College of The Bahamas Emerging Leaders program. The bank also co-sponsors a back-to-school annual parenting forum, provides 10,000 backpacks and supplies for students throughout the islands and assists the Ministry of Education with computer equipment, projectors, screens, electronic whiteboards and other learning tools.
Now, the bank's entrance into the televised education arena has paved the way for the resurgence of three of the most popular interactive game shows allowing students with different level capabilities and competencies to learn at their own personal pace and prepare for national exams, according to the channel's executive producer, Jevone Williams.
"This partnership with Commonwealth Bank will change the future of our country, because the programs not only educate and expose our students, but more importantly motivates them to be interested in all aspects of education and learning, helping create holistically developed students," Williams said.
"The Ministry of Education is extremely appreciative of Commonwealth Bank for partnering with us on the creation or revamping of three of the most popular shows - Glat Attack, Family Island Glat Attack and Science Bowl -- as we change the face of education in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas."
For the bank, education and youth development are top priorities.
"Education is a critical component of our national development," said Ian Jennings, Commonwealth Bank President. "What happens in the classroom from a very early age influences how the country evolves for decades, the progress we make, our ability to compete, our commerce, family and social relationships, standards, morals and ethics. We at Commonwealth Bank believe education is the key to a healthy society and we are committed to doing all we can, including this sponsorship of The Bahamas Learning Channel."
The line-up of shows caters to various educational levels with programs covering basic science, math and vocabulary, including the newly revamped interactive game show named "The Commonwealth Bank Glat Attack" mirrored after Jeopardy and aimed at preparing sixth grade students for the national Grade Level Assessment Test. A separate Commonwealth Bank Family Island "GLAT Attack" will allow Family Island students' skills and talents to be broadcast to the entire country. Other programs include the Commonwealth Bank Science Bowl, Spanish classes, Mad Science with sixth grade Abaco students, Gary the Explorer, Tell Me a Story with Bahamian stories and Once Upon a Time with customized Bahamian students' stories.
"This donation to the Ministry of Education's Learning Channel is one more step in our goal of creating the best possible education environment for the students of The Bahamas," said Jennings.
Commonwealth Bank is The Bahamas' most widely held public company with more than 6,000 shareholders, some 575 employees and branches in New Providence, Grand Bahama and Abaco. The bank has paid quarterly dividends consistently since going public in the year 2000.
Wednesday 4th July 2012 7:30 AM
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