Skills for the Future: The Next Move
Picture this: teenagers who are eager to learn and excited to see the fruits of their labor. Young people with a greater sense of responsibility, purpose and independence. School-leavers equipped with the technical skills to successfully participate in a sector that is vital to national sustainability.
This is what’s happening at the Darryl Jordan Secondary School in northern Barbados, where students from ages 16 to 18 are benefiting from a major upgrade in the facilities used to prepare them for Caribbean Vocational Qualifications (CVQ) in Amenities Horticulture and Crop Production, among other vocational courses.
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