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Roadmap To An Effective Education System In Jamaica
25 June 2017

Roadmap To An Effective Education System In Jamaica

The Jamaican education system, since independence, has seen its fair share of criticism. Much of this speaks to the inequality in access to the system and the inability to consistently produce skilled, productive, employable and competitive workforce.


Transforming Education Through Vocational Training
18 June 2017

Transforming Education Through Vocational Training

Vocational Education and Training (VET) has long been recognised in Jamaica as having a significant role to play in the creation of a highly skilled, productive, and competitive workforce. It is seen as the main vehicle through which the pervasive problem of youth unemployment can be adequately addressed. But it can be argued that we are still a long way off from having a strong and effective VET system.


New Employment Opportunities - Bridging The Skills Gap
28 May 2017

New Employment Opportunities - Bridging The Skills Gap

Recently, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Clifford Blake spoke about the fact that the police and the courts are unable to keep up with the number of at-risk youth in some communities.

New Employment Opportunities - Bridging The Skills Gap
28 May 2017

New Employment Opportunities - Bridging The Skills Gap

Recently, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Clifford Blake spoke about the fact that the police and the courts are unable to keep up with the number of at-risk youth in some communities.

Some tertiary graduates lacking ‘soft skills’ for employment
07 March 2017

Some tertiary graduates lacking ‘soft skills’ for employment

ONE of Jamaica’s senior educators is lamenting that some secondary and tertiary students are leaving school without the requisite skills that will make them readily employable for emerging careers.

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