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NASSAU, Bahamas --- Daniel Smith is determined to not become a grim statistic. He is making an effort to change his outlook on life and specifically education. The 16-year-old is one of 11 senior students from C. I. Gibson Senior High School, chosen to participate in a dual enrollment program at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI).
The 10 boys and one girl are being exposed to...
In a world where the view of technical education is shifting, the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) and LJM Maritime Academy (LJMMA) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for further training and skill development of their students and faculty.
David Barry was a student of the painting and decorating program in 1969, back when the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) was known as Nassau Technical Centre. He went on to become an apprentice, and today is an employee who says he has had more highs than lows.
"This is the only job I know. I grew up here," said Barry, who retired as an employee of the Ministry of Education in 201...
Following a recent curriculum review, the Information Technology (IT) department of The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) will now be offering a set of new and optimized programs come fall 2017...
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport is in the process of drafting legislation for a Contractors Bill, Minister of Public Works and Transport the Hon. Neko C. Grant said as he addressed the recent closing sessions of the Bahamas Contractors Association’s Contractor I Seminar Series
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