Focus on skills gaps, labour market mismatches

Dear Editor, Recent reflections on the Government’s initiative to set up a College focused on developing talent and competencies for the Public Service of Guyana reminded me of an article I read not so long ago titled: “Scouting for Talent” which appeared in the Spring edition of the periodical titled: “WORK” published by the CIPD.

National Library

A cloth banner, about eight feet wide and four feet high, attached to the wrought iron grillwork fence of the National Library at Church and Main streets reads: The National Library in collaboration with the University of Guyana and other special libraries celebrates Library Week 2017 April 23-28 “Facing the Future Information Literacy in a Changing Technological landscape” The last three words of the theme “changing technological landscape” suggests a change in the function of the library in the future.

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