Tag: Board of Industrial Training (BIT)

Several Region 7 communities to benefit from BIT programmes

Several Region 7 communities to benefit from BIT programmes

Neola Damon Neola Damon- June 29, 2022

Several communities in the Upper Mazaruni district (Region Seven) are gearing up to access training programmes being provided by the ... Read More

More BIT programmes for Lindeners

More BIT programmes for Lindeners

Neola Damon Neola Damon- May 30, 2022

Seven technical and vocational training programmes will soon be offered to Lindeners through the Board of Industrial Training (BIT), as ... Read More

Region 5 BIT trainees to benefit from use of heavy-duty equipment simulator

Region 5 BIT trainees to benefit from use of heavy-duty equipment simulator

Neola Damon Neola Damon- May 28, 2022

Students attached to the Mahaicony Technical and Vocational Training Centre, Region Five are expected to benefit from the installation of ... Read More

BIT seeking to reform mentorship programme

BIT seeking to reform mentorship programme

Neola Damon Neola Damon- May 27, 2022

The Board of Industrial Training (BIT), is refashioning its mentorship programme to prepare youths for the working environment. BIT’s Chief ... Read More

More Region 5 residents to benefit from BIT

More Region 5 residents to benefit from BIT

Neola Damon Neola Damon- May 23, 2022

More residents of Region Five will be fully equipped with the necessary skills for employment following a skills training consultation ... Read More

Lone female in her batch, Region 3 woman certified in handling heavy-duty  equipment

Lone female in her batch, Region 3 woman certified in handling heavy-duty  equipment

Neola Damon Neola Damon- April 13, 2022

Fifty-year-old Diana Chitram, is now a qualified heavy-duty equipment operator having completed four months of intense training through the Board ... Read More

If I can do it, others can says 70-year-old BIT graduate

If I can do it, others can says 70-year-old BIT graduate

Neola Damon Neola Damon- April 7, 2022

Age is not a limitation to further growth and this is exactly what 70-year-old Lindener Noel Haynes believes. Haynes successfully ... Read More

BIT aims to train 4,000 persons this year

BIT aims to train 4,000 persons this year

Neola Damon Neola Damon- January 27, 2022

Some 4,000 young people will be equipped in 2022, with the necessary technical and vocational skills to be gainfully employed, ... Read More

Minister Hamilton urges BIT staff to up their game

Minister Hamilton urges BIT staff to up their game

Neola Damon Neola Damon- December 13, 2021

-as work programme will increase two-fold Minister of Labour, Joseph Hamilton, M.P, is urging staff of the Board of Industrial ... Read More

BIT training increased despite COVID-19

BIT training increased despite COVID-19

Neola Damon Neola Damon- November 2, 2021

Youth involvement in the training programmes offered by the Board of Industrial Training (BIT) has increased tremendously, despite the COVID-19 ... Read More

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