Business School aiming to work with public, private sectors to upgrade employees

Principal of the 42-year-old, Brickdam-based Business School, James Bovell, has told Stabroek Business that the beginning of yet another academic year finds the institution ready to continue to offer both its customary High School curriculum as well as to focus its broader curriculum on responding to the training needs of the Guyanese society, particularly at the level of the business community.

“We are no stranger to the country’s educational landscape. In fact, most organisations in Guyana would have in their employ at least one staff member who would have benefited from training facilitated by the Business School,” Bovell told Stabroek Business.

Bovell said that he was pleased with the ongoing transitioning of the Business School, over time, “from being a commercial school to becoming an institution of higher learning, continuously re-aligning its operations with its vision of being able to play a major role in Higher Education in Guyana.”

According to Bovell, the institution’s nineteen-year old High School continues to provide a solid curriculum with many of its students ….