The week of August 31 marks the final week to register for courses in the field of electrician, maritime assistant and care giver.
The Milton Peters College (MPC) is offering two courses, namely Electro Level 2 (electrician) second year, for persons who already graduated with a PKL (theoretical stream) diploma and Maritime Assistant Level 1. The latter is related to the maintenance of boats, engines and water related activities in the tourism sector.
SIFMA still has limited space available for SPW Level 2: Care Givers for Young People. Those who can enrol in the aforementioned must be a graduate of a PBL (practical stream) diploma.
The three aforementioned courses are offered at the advanced secondary vocational education level (SBO). It is an opportunity being offered to those who already have a diploma at the preparatory level.
SBO education is very important in improving and further developing the skills of the nation’s youth and at the same time creating opportunities to join the labour force.
Those who require additional information about the courses at MPC should drop in and see one of the following persons: Vital Carty, Rien Korteknie or Sonali Maccou in South Reward or call 548-3776 or 548-3511.
SIFMA contact particulars where one can get information about their course on offer can stop in and see Bernadette Boasman at the Lion’s Building next to the Shell Gas Station in Suckergarden, or call 543-7299.
For those seeking general information about SBO education, you can contact the SBO Service Center located on the Walter J. Nisbeth Road #55 (Above the Glass Shop), or call 542-1064.
Other partners in SBO education are SMITH and SVOBE/Sundial School.