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Guyana: Technical, vocational training vital to reduce poverty

TECHNICAL and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) can be used as a mechanism to reduce poverty, CARICOM Secretariat, Human Resource Development Programme Manager, Dr. Laurette Bristol said.

She offered the remarks on Tuesday, at the conclusion of the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (CTVET) master trainers’ workshop for TVET practitioners in Guyana, held at Regency Suites Hotel, Hadfield Street, Georgetown.

Dr. Bristol said that the 15 participants, who were certified as master trainers after an intense one-week programme, will improve the quality of education delivery across six disciplines.

Adding that it was the first of many steps in enhancing quality development in the region, she said standards will be held high in order to continue to improve the impact of facilitators.

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