Title: Training courses (for the Public Service and for the Private Sector)
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Title: Training courses (for the Public Service and for the Private Sector)
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Language: English
Creator: Dominica. Public Services Commission.
Publisher: Dominica. Public Services Commission.
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Subject: Caribbean   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: Caribbean
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TRAINING COURSES


For the Public Service
Applications are invited from suitably quali-
fied candidates who wish to be considered for the
award of training courses as follows:-
Sponsored by the Ministry of Communications
and Works:-
(1) Air Traffic Control Course (9 months
in Trinidad) ... ... ... 1 place
Entrance qualification: Preference will be
given to candidates with G.C.E. "O" level passes in
English and Mathematics.
Objective: To prepare successful candidate
for'appointment as Air Traffic Controller at the
Melville Hall Airport, Marigot, in the T2/3 grade
(Technical).
Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Health
(2) School Dental Nurse (1 2 years in
the U. K.) ... ... ... I place
Entrance qualification: 5 G.C.E. "O"
level subjects including English, Chemistry and
Biology. Selected candidate should be prepared
to serve within the existing service before proceed-
ing on training.
Objective: To prepare the candidate (male
or female) to serve as a chair-side assistant,
hygienist and auxiliary to the dentist. On success-
ful completion of course the candidate will be
employed in the School Dental Health Service
in the Nursing grade.
2. Awards will be made finally following
approval and confirmation by the appropriate au-
thorities that candidates have been accepted and
placements duly made.
3. Applications stating full name and address,
age, standard of education, present employment,
experience and qualifications should be addressed
to the Secretary, Public Service Commission.
Members of the Public Service should submit their
applications through their Heads of Department
and all other persons through the Permanent
Secretary of the Ministry sponsoring the field of
training for onward transmission to the Com-
mission. Applications should reach the Ministry
concerned not later than 29th April, 1969.
4. Awards will provide return passages, sub-
sistence allowance grant, book allowance, tuition
fees and transportation in connection with the
course. These funds are not intended for support
of dependants.


5. Candidates to whom awards are made will
be required to sign an agreement to serve this Gov-
ernment for a period of up to five years after com-
pletion of their studies.
For the Private Sector
SOCIAL LEADERSHIP COURSE
Applications are invited from suitably quali-
fied persons employed in the private sector who
wish to be considered for a training award to
attend the Special Course in Social Leadership to
be held at the Coady International Institute,
Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada, from 26th
September, 1969, to May, 1970.
2. The course is designed to provide basic
training to, and increase the knowledge and skills of
people actually working, or designated to work,
in the fields of co-operative education and pro-
gramme, organization of Adult Education Exten-
sion programmes, and development of community
resources through group action. Applicants
should have completed at least twelve (12) years
of formal education and should be recommended
by their employers or organization.
3. The award will be made finally following
approval and confirmation by the Canadian Inter-
national Development Agency that candidate has
been accepted. Award will provide return pas-
sages, maintenance grant, tuition fees and trans-
portation in connection with the course. These
funds are not intended to be used for the support
of dependants and applicants must arrange to
have all financial obligations including support of
dependants taken care of while they are in training.
4. Applications stating full name and address,
age, standard of education, present employment,
experience and qualifications should be addressed
to the Secretary, Public Service Commission,
through the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry
of Home Affairs. Applications should reach the
Ministry by 29th April, 1969.
5. The successful candidate will be required to
sign an agreement to return home on completion
of the training to assist in the development of
his country.

E. NICHOLLS
Secretary,
Public Service Commission




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