Tag: training programmes

GTA to train 3,000 Guyanese to up the level of tourist experiences

GTA to train 3,000 Guyanese to up the level of tourist experiences

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- June 15, 2022

As Guyana experiences steadfast economic growth, the tourism sector is providing correlative transformative programmes as more foreigners flock the country. ... Read More

Vulnerable persons to benefit extensively from budget 2022

Vulnerable persons to benefit extensively from budget 2022

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- February 2, 2022

Citizens, young and old can look forward to new and improved services from the Ministry of Human Services and Social ... Read More

1,600 youths benefit from training programmes countrywide

1,600 youths benefit from training programmes countrywide

Neola Damon Neola Damon- October 18, 2021

Close to 1,600 young people across the country have been equipped with skills and knowledge to become gainfully employed after ... Read More

Restructured BIT changing lives – Min. Hamilton

Restructured BIT changing lives – Min. Hamilton

Neola Damon Neola Damon- September 2, 2021

Minister of Labour, Joseph Hamilton, MP, said the Board of Industrial Training (BIT) has successfully restructured its programmes to empower ... Read More

Ministry providing training to ensure skilled workforce  -Min. Hamilton

Ministry providing training to ensure skilled workforce -Min. Hamilton

Gavin Lewis Gavin Lewis- October 19, 2020

The Ministry of Labour will be pioneering training across the country to ensure there is a skilled workforce in every ... Read More

MOPS to implement Codes of conduct, ethics to ensure professionalism

MOPS to implement Codes of conduct, ethics to ensure professionalism

Neola Damon Neola Damon- August 24, 2020

─ Ministry reviewing training programmes ─ upgrading its website to provide better customer service Minister of Public Service, Hon. Savitri ... Read More

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