Vocational training

Guyana: the inhabitants of Kako and Jawalla will benefit from technical and vocational training

Guyana: the inhabitants of Kako and Jawalla will benefit from technical and vocational training

Guyana: Residents of Kako, Region Seven, on Sunday, June 26, 2022, have been engaged by the Minister of Labor, Joseph Hamilto, the Chief Technical Officer, Bevon Shepherd and other officials to work on the application of the benefit technical and vocational education and training (TVET).

A meeting was held at the community center in the village and saw over a hundred people, young and old, having the opportunity to interact with the minister on the lack of technical and vocational skills within their village.

After this list, the Minister informed the assembly about the work that the Industrial Training Council is doing to provide several skills to the people of Guyana, whether near or far, free of charge.

The Minister also stressed that it is very important that the person pursuing the program is committed to completing it, as it is intuitive to transform the lives of citizens to close the gap with the labor market.

Before the end of the meeting, the residents listed the programs that will benefit the community to improve their livelihood, such as general building construction, clothing construction. As for the residents of Jawalla, boat building and general building construction were listed as a need for the community.

Residents were informed by the minister that mors technical officers will visit the communities and logistics will be put in place to execute the mentioned programs within one month.

Additionally, in Guyana, Co-op week began today with an interfaith service at the Ministry of Labor Tarmac, under the theme “Building a Better World Together”.

The ceremony was attended by the Permanent Secretary, Bishram Kuppen, the Advisor to the Minister of Labour, Gillian Burton-Persaud, Director of Co-operative Development, Debbie Persaud, Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Consultant, Gwyneth King, President of the Guyana BMI. NationalCooperative Union Limited, Saskia Onwuzurike, and Chief Superintendent, Calvin Brutus, among other officials.

Kuppen hosted the gathering and gave a brief history of the formation of cooperatives in Guyana and its benefits to its citizens. Other officials present at the gathering also spoke of the significant contribution of the cooperative sector to economic growth.

In Guyana, the importance of cooperatives in the early years was of great importance and significance and this is seen in the official denomination of our country in 1970, which is the Cooperative Republic of Guyana.

Cooperative societies were formed by pooling resources and numbered in the hundreds in the late 1970s and 1980s in sectors such as small and medium-scale agriculture, agro-industry, consumption, marketing and the transport sector where a number of institutions have been created to support them. .

The people of Kako, region seven, on Sunday, June 26, 2022, have been hired by the Minister of Labor, Joseph Hamilto, the Chief Technical Officer, Bevon Shepherd and other officials to work on teaching enforcement and technical and vocational training (TVET) courses.

A meeting was held at the community center in the village and saw over a hundred people, young and old, having the opportunity to interact with the minister on the lack of technical and vocational skills within their village.

After this list, the Minister informed the assembly about the work that the Industrial Training Council is doing to provide several skills to the people of Guyana, whether near or far, free of charge.

The Minister also stressed that it is very important that the person pursuing the program is committed to completing it, as it is intuitive to transform the lives of citizens to close the gap with the labor market.

Before the end of the meeting, the residents listed the programs that will benefit the community to improve their livelihood, such as general building construction, clothing construction. As for the residents of Jawalla, boat building and general building construction were listed as a need for the community.

Residents were informed by the minister that mors technical officers will visit the communities and logistics will be put in place to execute the mentioned programs within one month.

Additionally, in Guyana, Co-op week began today with an interfaith service at the Ministry of Labor Tarmac, under the theme “Building a Better World Together”.

The ceremony was attended by the Permanent Secretary, Bishram Kuppen, the Advisor to the Minister of Labour, Gillian Burton-Persaud, Director of Co-operative Development, Debbie Persaud, Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Consultant, Gwyneth King, President of the Guyana BMI. National Cooperative Union Limited, Saskia Onwuzurike, and Chief Superintendent, Calvin Brutus, among other officials.

Kuppen hosted the gathering and gave a brief history of the formation of cooperatives in Guyana and its benefits to its citizens. Other officials present at the gathering also spoke of the significant contribution of the cooperative sector to economic growth.

In Guyana, the importance of cooperatives in the early years was of great importance and significance and this is seen in the official denomination of our country in 1970, which is the Cooperative Republic of Guyana.

Cooperative societies were formed by pooling resources and numbered in the hundreds in the late 1970s and 1980s in sectors such as small and medium-scale agriculture, agro-industry, consumption, marketing and the transport sector where a number of institutions have been created to support them. .