Title: Training Courses / Scholarship Course : insert, Star, 1968 January
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Title: Training Courses / Scholarship Course : insert, Star, 1968 January
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TRAINING COURSES
Applications are invited from suitably qualified
candidates who wish to be considered for the award
of training courses at an Institution of Technology
in the following fields:-
Agricultural Technology 1 place
Surveying Technology 1 place
Medical Laboratory Technology 1 place
Fishing Administration and
Technology 1 place
Building Construction 1 place
Civil Constru6tion 2 places
Mechanical Technology 2 places
Water Purification 1 place


(Eng). degree
Agriculture leading to B.Sc. (Agric.)
degree
Education: B.Sc. (General Honours)
Degree Course in Physics
and Mathematics
B.Sc. (General Honours)
Degree Course in Chemis-
try and Botany
B. ED. Degree Course
2. Awards will be made finally following
approval and confirmation by the University
authorities that candidates have been accepted and
placements duly made.


Plumbing Technology I place 3. The minimum entrance requirements for
The Training courses are of one to three years universities is usually 3 "0" level passes and
duration depending on the candidate's qualifica- two or more "A" level passes including science and
tions and experience. The objectives of these or Mathematics or one related subject.
courses are to prepare students for 'immediate 4. Applications stating full name and address,
employment at sub-professional and higher techni- age, standard of education, present employment,
cal levels in the specialised fields indicated, experience and qualifications should be addressed
2. Awards will be made finally following to the Secretary, Public Service Commission,
approval and confirmation by the appropriate Roseau, and should reach her not later than 15th
authorities that candidates have been accepted and February, 1968.
placements duly made. 5. Awards will provide return passages, main-
3. Applications stating full name and address, tenance grants, tuition fees and transportation in
age, standard of education, present employment, connection with the scholarship.
experience and qualifications should be addressed 6. Candidates to whom awards are made will
to the Secretary, Public Service Commission, be required to sign an agreement to serve this
Roseau, and should reach her not later than 15th Government for a period of up to 5 years after
February, 1968. completion of their studies.
4. Entrance requirements in general to Insti- PSC 5/3
tutes of Technology include 12 to 13 years of 24th January, 1968.
schooling with University entrance standards in
English, Mathematics and a related science subject. :0:
5. Awards will provide return passages, sub- TRAINING COURSES
sistence allowance grant, book allowance, tuition] Applications are invited from suitably qualified
fees and transportation in connection with the candidates who wish to be considered for the award
course. of training courses in the following fields:-


6. Candidates to whom awards are made will'
be required to sign an agreement, to serve this
Government for a period of up to five years after
completion of their studies.
P.S.C. 5/3
24th January, 1968.
___________ f\ _________ :


Air Traffic Control 1 place
Engineering Laboratory Techno-
logy 1 place
The training courses are of six to nine months
duration and are designed to prepare successful
candidates for appointment in the lower technical
grades of the Service.


SCHOLARSHIP COU2. Applicants should hold the General Certifi-
SCHOLARSHIP COURSES
cate of Education with at least 4 '0' level passes or
Applications are invited from suitably qualified its equivalent. Preference will be given to candi-
candidates who wish to be considered for the dates with 'O' level passes in English and Mathema-
award of scholarships tenable in United Kingdom tics for the first course andin Mathematics and
or West Indies Universities in the following fields: Physics or Chemistry for the second. Awards
Engineering (Electrical) leading to B.Sc. will be made finally following approval and con-







tirmation by the appropriate authorities that can- The training courses are of one to three years
didates have been accepted and placements dulyduration depending on the candidate's qualifica-
made. tions and experience, except for the last three which
are of six months' duration. Applications are
3. Applications stating full name and address,
,invited from persons employed in commerce or
age, standard of education, present employment,
S d cation, s e industry or other areas of the private sector who
experience and qualifications should be addressed
experience and ,uic s s b ar would be prepared to return to the territory to
to the Secretary, Public Service Commission,
work on the expiration of the course.
Roseau, and should reach her not later than 15th
February, 1968. 2. Awards will be made finally following
approval and confirmation by the appropriate
4. Aards will provide return passages, sub-authorities that candidates have been accepted
sistence allowance grant, tuition fees and transpor- and placements duly made.
station in connection with the course.
S3. Applications stating full name and address,
5. Candidates to whom awards are made village, standard of education, present employment.
be required to sign an agreement to serve this experience and qualifications should be addressed
Government for a period of up to 3 years after to the Secretary, Public Service Commission,
completion of their studies. Roseau, and should reach her not later than 15th
PSC 5/3 February, 1968.
24th January, 1968.
4. Entrance requirements in general to Insti-
:0:-- tutes of Technology include 12 to 13 years of
schooling with University entrance standards in
AINING CURSS English, Mathematics and a related science subject.
FOR PERSONS EMPLOYED IN THE PRIVATE Some of the formal education may be waived for
SECTOR certain courses if the candidates have appropriate
Applications are invited from suitably qualified experience.
candidates who wish to be-considered for the award 5. Awards will provide return passages, main-
of training courses in the following fields:- tenance grant, tuition fees and transportation in
Automotive Engineering connection with the training courses. These funds
are not intended to be used for the support of
ElectricalAppliance Maintenanc dependents and applicants must arrange to have all
Foundry Technology financial obligations including support of depen-
Plumbing Technology dents taken care of while they are in training.
Welding Technology
S6. Candidates to whom awards are made will
Machine Shop Technology be required to sign an agreement to return home on
Political Science completion of the training to assist in the develop-
Hotel etc. Technology ment of their country.
Master Cutter Garment Industry ;PSC 5/3
Marketing 24th January, 1968.




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