Technical and vocational training for integration in secondary schools

-Assistant Chief Education Officer

Patrick Chinedu, Assistant Chief Education Officer, yesterday announced that Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) will be introduced in secondary schools across Guyana, so like at institutes, students can leave with skilled certificates in addition to the Caribbean Examination Certificate.

A survey is currently being conducted throughout Guyana to determine what the skill gaps are in the workforce in order to provide skills training programmes that are in demand by the market, Chinedu told a press conference at the Carnegie School of Home Economics yesterday.

Chinedu also said that TVET will soon be  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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