Cave Hill Campus has been urged by Education Minister Ronald Jones to remain focused amidst the “noise” and “confusion” being heard in relation to students paying tuition fees from this school year.
A government minister is reiterating the need for Barbadians to aggressively pursue opportunities under the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) and has warned that time is fast running out.
The National Employment Bureau is urgently seeking to create a shortlist of suitable persons to be interviewed by employers from a well-established meat processing plant in Canada to fill positions as butchers.
“Achieving gender equality is important for workplaces not only because it is ‘fair’ and the ‘right thing to do’, but it is also vitally important to the bottom line of any organisation.”
By developing the Confucius Institute, the Cave Hill Campus is once again demonstrating its relevance to the community, private sector and our Governments.
This country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean, is eagerly anticipating the upcoming debate on the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) in the House of Assembly and the Senate.
Winners of the Agrofest 2014 Primary Schools competitions were presented with their prizes on Wednesday, July 9, at the Barbados Agricultural Society (BAS) “The Grotto” Beckles Road.
Government with the assistance of the World Intellectual Property Organization has formulated a national intellectual property strategic plan with the objective of making our economy more competitive globally.
In order to stimulate meaningful growth in housing, employment, and education, emphasis must be placed on sensitising the private and public sectors on the importance of gender equality.
Higher education has been the most catalytic and significant game changer and maker in the development of our region, as well as the most important factor in the personal lives of many.
A new committee has been launched to monitor and evaluate the rights of Persons with Disabilities (PWD) in Barbados.
Members of the public are reminded that several traffic changes will be in effect on Sunday, July 13, from noon until 10:00 p.m. during the staging of Pan Pun De Sand at Brandons Beach, St. Michael.
The Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health is continuing fogging exercises in several districts across the island.
The registration portal for participants attending this year’s Barbados Network Consultation 3rd Diaspora, from August 5 to 7 at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Two Mile Hill, St. Michael, is now open.
Successful partnerships have been formed and will soon receive funding in an amount not exceeding $800,000 from the Government of Barbados through its Competency-Based Training Fund (CBTF)...
The Office of Public Sector Reform (OPSR) has embarked on a series of Re-engagement Seminars for its Employee Assistance Programme for various government departments which have been affected by the recent public sector retrenchment.
Education Minister, Ronald Jones, believes the region’s people should not be into self-doubt as they confront economic challenges and their impact on education, and is urging administrators and educators of higher learning to refrain from this way of thinking.
Key stakeholders in the development and implementation of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) will soon be made aware of the progress made towards bringing this instrument to fruition.
The Barbados Family Planning Association (BFPA) has been commended for its invaluable contribution to national development for the last 60 years.
BGIS notices for Thursday, July 10, 2014.