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Projects in the Caribbean and Latin America
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Title: Projects in the Caribbean and Latin America
Portion of title: ACCC projects in the Caribbean and Latin America
Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged). : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Association of Canadian Community Colleges
Publisher: Americas Division, International Bureau
Place of Publication: Toronto, Ontario
Publication Date: 1985
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Subjects / Keywords: Technical assistance, Canadian -- Latin America   ( lcsh )
Technical assistance, Canadian -- Caribbean Area   ( lcsh )
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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PROJECTS


IN


THE CARIBBEAN


AND


LATIN AMERICA




















Association of Canadian Community Colleges
























































Americas Division
International Bureau
110 Eglinton Avenue West
Second Floor
Toronto, Ontario
M4R 1A3

Telephone: (416) 489 7623

September, 1985









PRAJECT TITLE CANADIAN OVERSE:AS PIIRTECT~ PURPOSE INPUTS VITIPIS PIstJECT 00sIS APPIGAL [HTE(S)
ORGANIZATION ORGANIZATION(S)


CARIBBEAN MANPCWERf ACCC St. Kitts To conduct manpower needs Seven Canadian consultants Mlanpowr studies developed $140,000 October 1982
NEEDS ASSESSMENT Ibchnical University Mont~secrat assessment and coordination regarding manpower study; in all of the participating
of Nova Scotia Antigua of regional planning, 4 Canadian consultants countries. Regional
St. Lawrence Dcninica consultation with regarding CODsuttative consultation with 35
St. Clair St. Lucia representatives from annference. officials from Ministry
Grant Maccwan St. Vincent Ministries of Education and of Education and technical
Mohawk G (renada technical institutions. institutions as well as
Barbados regional donor institutions.



CARIBBEAN TRADES ACCC Ministries of To provide a mobile, Caribbean murnterpart, 96 4)graded Caribbean $501,275 January 1983
TRAINING SCOOaL Hsub1er Education in no~dular skill training IPCanadian project leader, tradesmnen 6 teachers in $516,320 January 1984
PHASES I, II AND Dulrham St. Kitts, effort in the Caribbean; 14 months of Canadian technical trader 3 nonth $499,725 1985
III Malalspina Montserrat, to upgrade repair and aoultancy: 6 Canadian training package developed
Antigua, and maintenance skills in tnatructors: 3 Caribbean for each island. Increased
Grenada selected trades of (onterparts, supplies, outreach capability of
Barbadoe tradesmen and teachers of ) pat tIFISt ellowships for counterpart institutions.
these trades. Training of 16 Caribbeans tran other 96 trainees upgraded,
trainers and WID training. territories to attend courses. existing equipment repaired
teaching facilities
upglradedt teaching
capability developed.



EAsTERN CARIBBEAN AC(X' CARICOM To upgrade the skills ru nhree 2 week workshop for 35 ,brkshop carponents $532,000 Phame I
EDUCATION MANAGEMENT. Humber Antigua ocxpetencies of Principals eastern Caribbean principals established; ataff trained Jvun 82
TRAINING (CARIBBEAN Malaspina Montsecrat and Heads of Departments in and department heads hosted in curricultan developnent, Phas II
PRDFSSIONAL St. Clair St. Kits education administration and ,inSt. [Alcia, St. Kitts and student evaluation, July 8
DEVEIDPHENT) PHASE I, St. Lawrence St. Incia planning adtninistrationt. Vincents Canadian and adnininstrative skills. Rhas III
11 ANDII Fi airview St. Vincent I (Caribbean resource team Octcher 84
Barbados and mcdination.
Dominica
Grenada




CARIBBEAN ACCOC Caribbean To redefine the proposed 6 Canadian experts In Establishment of liaison $70,000 April 1985
EXAMINATIONS Hember institutions Exaninations project by clarifying the educational planning and with MCXI formalized
COUNCIL Council stated objectives in the )wgnnt, nodule design mechanisms for on-going
PRIJECT~ REDESIGN CXC proposals to identify and teacher training consultations. Presentation
MISSION appropriate areas participated in a field of final proposal includingp
of increased Canadian hission and met with a plan of operations and
content, identifying and ditterent Caribbean evaluation methodology,
making reecnmendations on educational bodies.
project omrpnents and
establishnent of project
budget .


CARIBBEAN AC(X'I Caribbean To improve the capacity of Canadian consultants will Occupations identified and 66,700,000 August, 1985
EXAMINATIONJS Hauber institutions Extaninations the education system in oversee the develognant of CMC personnel trained for
ODUNJCIL Council the Caribbean to meet the modules of curriculun for 10 develapnent of vocationa
CURRICULUM AND region's changing mpanprr CXC technical/vocational and anployment training syllalbig
INSTITUT~IONAL needs. To strengthen the science subjects in which modules in 10 tech/voc/sci.
DEVEIDPMENT delivery of technical/ syllabi exaninations have been subjects; 4,000 teachers and
PloJECT~ vocational and science Iset. About 15 orkshope educational adninistrators
education in the Caribbean will be oriented to the trained In module development
and to strengthen CXC as management of modularized and/or uses equipnent in
a regional body. Curriculun for persons fran place; increased public
Ministries of Education. awareness of CMC's technical
vocational/science subjector
increased organizational
effectiveness of CXC.


ACCC PRITECTIS IN THE CARIBBEAN AND IATIN AMERICA















ACIC PROJECTS IN THE CARBBEAN AND IATIN AMERICA


PHCAECT TITLE CANADIAN OVrERSEAS PR~kJECT~ PRPOSE INPUIS CUTPUTS
ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATION(S)


TECHNICAL AC(X' CARI{TM In service teacher training, Training fellowships; Technical teachers trained
TEACHER TRAINING Manber institutions nodule development, technical assistance for secondary and post-
LEEMARD WINDIWARD fellowships to Canada, management program secondary level. Teacher
ISLANDE develop In region capacity development. training capacity developed
for teacher training. in region.



PIBDFESSIONAL ACCC Itminica Ministry of To institutionalize a 2 workshops for 11 faculty Program definition and
DEVELOPMENST fairview Education, program of faculty members feasibility report for
WORKSHOP 6 1K)CATIONAL New Caledonia Clifton Dupigny evaluation and professional 16 weeks of Canadian development of In service
TEACHER TRAINING. Technical College development at the consultants. vocational teacher training.
FEASIBILITY college and provide support Report an planningl for
MISSION TO to development of college's faculty evaluation a
DOMINICA capacity to train developnent.
vocational teachers.



INSTI'nfrl0NAL ACCC Barbados Ccmnunity Itoupgrade teachers 2 weeks study-visit to 3 OIrriculun revision, design
LINKAGCE PHASES St. Clair College in business, computer Canadian colleges for and development. Updated
I, II AND III programs and professional Principal. A 5day current practices and theory
development program for professional development in learningC and teaching
faculty. workshop for staff staff and strategies amrputer studies
student exchanges; evaluation, program definition direct
radio acnmunication between
the 2 colleges.




INSTITITTIONAL ACCC Grenada Technical and Upgrade and revise 2 weeks attachment for Prograrn developing to
LINKACE PHASES Mlalaspina Vocational Institute business and commercial Principal at Malaspina: 1 develop competencies in the
I, II AND III programs, re-establlish Canadian instructor an plunbing basic awchanical repair and
plumbing program. to Grenada for 1 year, industrial machinery
fellowships for 2 Grenadian maintenance Grenedian
instructors to Canada for 4 faculty development in the
ennthe each; 2 Canadian Camrercial/Secrtarial and
counterparts to Grenada for Planbing programs.
1 nonth each.




AfIlINISFRATIVE AND ACCT Council of To~ improve administration, Three 2-week training programs hbrkshop conponents
MANNAGEMENT SKILLS Orarplain Conuxnity management, professional for Jamaican principals and established; Janaican staff
Colleges of developnent skills and Department heads. Study trained; evaluationl report.
Jsnaica capabilities of staff of tour: 5 Jamaican Principals
4 Jamaican comnunity to Canada for 3 weeks, one
colleges. week workshop in Janaica on
preparation of Instructional
materials and audio visuals.
I week workshop in Janaica in
business education. Canadian
resource team and coordinators.






AKIC PIOJECTS IN THE CAPIBBFAN ALND [ATIN AMERICA


PIRTEC TITLE CANADIAN OVERSEAS PitECITEC PURPOSE INPUTS OLFTPtTS PROTECT COSIS APPitDVAL MIE(S)
ORCANIZATION ORCANIIZATION(S)


INSTI1TIIONAL ACCC Janaica College of To increase supply of 5 Canadian specialists in Additional courses in 5 $536,295 Pebruary 1983
DEVELDFFIENT WITH George Brown Arts, Science and skilled manpower in Janaica hotel management, canputer departmesntsi 1 staff $488,375 June 1964
CAST IN JAMAICA St. Clair Inchnology to increase econanic impact progranrning and engineering member upgraded in hotel
PHASES I ANDII Maslaspina of Janaican technical and technology to Janaical 1 management; Engineering
vocational education year scholarship for 1 CAST and Science departments'
systems through selective staff manber to Canada; one staff upgraded)
expansion and quality 3 nonth traini'ng attachment workshops operaticrnal.
inprovenents. to Canada for CAST faculty.
2 Canadian faculty to High Wlt laboratory
CAST for 2 years 1 CAST is functioning 1 year
teacher to Canada for 3 diploma science courses
months; Canadian faculty to and 3 year environmental
CASI for 3 month periods technology program In
cost of follow up visit place. Extension mursee
to CAST1 evaluation. and curricultan developnent
in various departmentag
canputer installed and
operational staff trained
in education and
ackninistrative use of
crnputer.



STAFF DEVEOIDPMET A~C(X Janaica College ITo create a comprehensive 1 CAST staff manber to Canada 1 trained teacher trainingp $442,557 M~ay 1984
FOR CAST IN JAMAICA George Brown of Arts, Science & progran of staff for 3 month study tour coobrdinatort repertoire of
Technology (CAST) development in teaching 1 Canadian staff development workshops for in-service
skills and professional consultant to Jamaica for teacher trainingr carpleted
growth by developing 18 months, materials and staff developnmt training
an in service teaching equipment. 1 Canadian progran developed)
program and a management audio visual instructor to equipment installed,
training proglran at CASI. CIAST for 4 months.



INrITrrIONAL A CCC St. Lucia To upgrade teachers The 9 month attachment of 710 develop greater staff $1,131,666 June 1981
LINKAGE PHASES St. Lawrence in business, canputer Canadian senior instructors to sufficiencyr curriculum July 1983
I, II AND III programs and professional St. Lucia. developnentl textbooks and September 1984
development program for audio-visual equipnent
faculty. provided technical teacher
training; extra-curricular
assistance.




INSTITUTIONAL ACOC Ministry of Education Curricultan development in 1 Canadian faculty attachment Curriculum consultations and $341,060 1985
LINKAGE Confederation St. Kitts and Nevis hotel trades, electronics to St. Kitts for 1 nonthi exchanges of information.
and air conditioning as 2 nonth training attachment Developnent of additional
well as new proglram to Canada: 3 months placenant courses and prorgrans;
development in management to St. Ktittay 9 month training developnant of a staff
training. Development of attachment in Canada, 1 development progran for St.
resource centre. month Canadian to St. Kitts. Kitts Technical College
staff.



INSTITVTIONAL A~CCC Ministry of Education To develop training proglransl Attachment of a Canadian Appropriate training $509,560 October 1984
LINKAGE Hunber St. Vincent Technical in mini and micro computers, consultant to the Ministry programs in microo-crputers
College and capacities and skills of Education for 6 nonths; on business and tourism;
of staff in the maintenance 3 two~ weeks placaBnent to St. ability to construct college
of audio visual equipment Vincent; 1 one year own~'s furniture; industrial
as well as capacity to attachment to Canada; training programs in
design and construct own 2 4-nonths training electrical equipnent repair
furniture. It assist the attachment to Canada. and maintenance and
Ministry of Education in electronic equipment
the development of their maintenance.
cornunity youth support
program.






ACCC PROJECTS IN THE CARIBBEAN AND IATIN AMERICA


PRATECT TITLE CANADIAN OVERSEAS PROJECT PURPOSE INPtTIS OLVrPurS PBDJECT US)TS APPRDWAL DIEnF(S)
OIGANIZATICPI OHGNIZATICN(S)


INSTRU~TlONAL ACCC FUNDAEC IT develop an expertise 3 Colombians on attachments 50 textbooks published. $501,550 Innbvobr 1983
MATERIALS PRITECT Sheridan and physical capacity to Canada; 3 Canadian FMUNDECpersonnel trained
(O)10MLBIA) within FUNDAEC to produce consultants to Colanbiai in audio visual production,
educational aids, 4 FUNDAEC faculty to presentation and production
textbooks, tools & Canadian college for 2 of instructional materials.
pranotional materials. months; English upgrading
for 4 Colcubians.


INTEGPATED CIDP ACCC FNRECM Io improve the productivity 1 Canadian agrnawnist to Healthy seedlings identified $444,450 Nkweeber 1983
SYSTEMS PII17ECT~ Sir Sandford Fleming of traditional fines by Coleraia for 8 months; 2 and selected 10 model
(ODLMBIA) Nova Scotia establishing healthy & Canadian experts in forestry farms are selected
Agricultural productive trees and and multiple croppingl educational and pranoDtional
subsystens for in 1 FUJNDEC aronomist to Canada material started
and regional markets. for 3 months; training for 4 demonstration classroans
Colcmbians in seedling constructed agranoaist
selection. received training in Canada.



FUNDAEC IMFf[1RATED ACC FlJNDAC To provide Canadian Canadian extension edu~cation Establish 15 nodel farms 1,000,000 1995
RURAL IEVELDP~MET Sheridan, consultant and training specialist attached to FUNDAEC with denonstration centres
Nova Scotia to achieve plan of for 4 montsr a Canadian tree and developnent of programs
Agricultural, integrated rural and crop specialist attached and educational materials
Selkirk development in for 12 monthat 3 6-weeks for these farmsy to provide
Cauca Valley. training attachment in Canadai JNDAEC with the capacity
1 Canadian attachment for 4 to produce their awa
monther 2 6-weks Canadian textbooks and audio-virual
consultancy at RJNDAECI 1 materials to support the
Canadian specialist for developnent of humn
2 3-nonth attachment. resources in the region.



TOURISM( EDUCATION ACOC Unliversidad 'Ib train middle mnuyagement 9 two week educational intentt of toureia and $503,135 Decataer 1983
(mul/MB) Ryerson Iblytechnic Externedo do and university faculty seminars in tourism education hospitality curses is
Colcbia (Bogota) in various areas of tourism and management techniques upgraded. Training
managenant. over 3 years; 9 Canadian workshop is provided
faculty Universidad Externad to private setor
de Colanbia faculty to enployees.
visit Ryerson to select
and translate curriculum
materials.


INSTFITTIIONAL ACOC Francisco de Paula Upgrading of mining Four 6 nonths training To upgrade the school's $506,000 A pril 1984
LINKAGE University College of Santander University curriculum. attachments to Canada; I library and laboratory/
Cape Breton Canadian attachment for, instructional equignantl
12 months. to provide modern teaching
methods and technology
to upgrade curriculum.



ODSTA RICA PIMTECIT ACCC Costa Rica It determine the 1 ACaC coordinator for 4 Project(s) designed. $33,000 April 1984
DEVEUIDPMNT MISSION Georgian Institute of feasibility of a project weeks: 2 Canadian consultants Areas of possible Canadian
Selkirk Technology between Instituto for 1 nonth each. assistance identified.
Tecnologico de Costa Rica Review of educational
and Canadian colleges, programs in Costa Rica.
to explore other possible Identif ication of Costa
links in Costa Rica Rican institutions
for Canadian alleges* requiring assistance.

















ACCC PRITECIS IN THE CARIBBEAN AND IATIN AMBRICA


PIO~JECT TITLE CANADIAN (NERSEAS PIRAECT PURPOSE INPUTS OUInlrS PerTECT 06TS APPlovAL rites)
ORGANIZATI(E ORCANIZATION(S)


INST~ITUIO TEMLCNDICO ACCC Costa Rican Institute IT assist ITCR in their 4 Canadian experts to Costa Reconnendations on curriculum $411,.250 1985
[E COSTA RICA Georgian of Ibchnology efforts to upgrade their Rica for 6 months; 2 Costa reform and mechanisms for
INSTITUTIONAL Olds programs to meet the need Ricans to Canada for 3 months; industrial liaison and
CODPERATION PIELECIT Selkirk for qualified technicians 1 Canadian consultant to Costa institutional planning to be
and managers for Costa Pica for 2 weeks; 2 Costa presented to ITCR; upgrading
Rica's agricultural and Ricans for 1 nonth to Canada. of the I'ICR information
industrial development systems; development of a
plans. data bank and establishment
of a criteria for maintenance
and evaluation of the
systems; a growth and yield
study for particular species
to be conductedi course
outlines, curriculum and
extension education material
will be provided for the
Agrorany Department.



ESPOL IECHNICAL ACCC Po~lytechnical Provide ESPOL with Canadian 2 two weeks consultanciest Planning and design of $132,715 1985
ASSISTANCE Northern Alberta Institute of the unsultants and fellowships 2 two months consultancies. curriculun and course
Institute of Coast to upgrade and/or develop structures to provide
Technology technical programs as staff development and
per IDB approved loan develop teacher training
PR-1250-A. programs.




QUTOm YMCA ACOC Asodiacion Cristiana Tb assist the school in 1 Canadian consultant to Developnent of a 2 year, $137,180 June, 1985
VOATIONAL SCHODL Fanshawe de Jovenes (YMCA) the organization and Ecuador for 8 months: 4 nodule course in auto
development of curriculum 1 Ecuadorian to Canada for mechanical recoranendations
material, a library, 12 months. on the operation and the
instructional aids, workshop( educational and
organization and aduinistrative services
administrative procedures required to support the
related to the operation of courses on auto mechanics,
technical courses. carpentry and metal
mechanics.