The Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) will now gain university status, following the passage of legislation in both Houses of Parliament to effect this. The Senate on Friday (February 24) approved the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) Bill 2017, with 26 amendments.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information has trained a total of 1,400 persons in school safety and security techniques, through its School-wide Positive Behaviour Intervention Support (SWPBIS) programme.
The Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) will be expanding its curricula and programme options with its engineering department, to be launched soon.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information indicates that it has received applications from over 70 training institutions that are interested in accommodating students for the expanded Career Advancement Programme (CAP).
Graduates of the Career Advancement Programme (CAP) are being encouraged to use the skills learnt for employment or to access higher education.
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