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Title: Training Courses (1969)
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TRAINING COURSES
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TRAINING FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICES

COURSES AT LOWER TECHNI-
CAL LEVEL
Applications are invited from suitably quali-
fied candidates who wish to be considered for the
award of training courses in the following fields:-
Sponsored by the Ministry of Trade and Industry:
Agricultural Technology (3 years)-1 place
Sponsored by the Ministry of Communications
and Works:
Air Traffic Control (9 months)-- place
Engineering Laboratory Technology (6 months)
-1 place
2. The training courses are designed to prepare
successful candidates for appointment in the
lower technical grades of the service.

3. Applicants should hold the General Certifi-
cate of Education with at least 4 "0" level passes
or an equivalent qualification. Preference will
be given to candidates with passes in English,
related science subjects and/or Mathematics.
Awards will be made finally following approval and
confirmation by the appropriate authorities that
candidates have been accepted and placements
duly made.

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.
Members of the Public Service should submit
their applications through their Heads of Depart-
ment 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 5th March, 1969.

5. Awards will provide return passages, sub-
sistence allowance grant, tuition fees and trans-
portation in connection with the course. These
funds are not intended to be used for the support
of dependants.


6. Candidates to whom awards are made will
be required to sign an agreement to serve this
Government for a period of up to 5 years after
completion of their studies.


COURSES AT SUB-PROFESSIONAL
AND HIGHER TECHNICAL LEVELS

Applications are invited from suitably quali-
fied candidates who wish to be considered for the
award of training courses at an Institution of
Technology in the following fields:-

Sponsored by the Ministry of Trade and Industry:
Forestry Technology -2 places
Fishing Administration and Technology -1
place
Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and
Health:
Teaching : Plumbing Technology L e a d i n g
to Diploma-1 place
Welding Technology leading to Diploma
-1 place
Machine Shop Techonology leading to-
Diploma-1 place
Motor Machinics leading to Diploma -1
place
Sponsored by the Ministry of Communitations
and Works:
Building Construction -1 place
Water Purification-1 place

2. The training courses are of one to three
years duration depending on the candidate's
qualifications and experience. The entrance re-
quirements for technical institutions are usually
four to six G.C.E. 'O' level passes or an equivalent
qualification. The objectives of the courses are
to prepare candidates for immediate employment
at sub-professional and higher technical levels in
the specialised fields indicated.







3. Awards will be made finally following
approval and confirmation by the appropriate
authorities that candidates have been accepted and
placements duly made.

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.
Members of th .Public Service should sumbit 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 l-ter than 5th March, 1969.

5. Awards will provide return passages, sub-
sistence allowance grant, book allowance, tuition
fees and transportation in connection with the
course. Further particulars regarding the course
of training may be obtained from the Ministry
sponsoring the training.

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.


SCHOLARSHIP COURSES

Applications are invited from suitably qualified
candidates who wish to be considered for the award
of scholarships tenable in the United Kingdom or
West Indies Universities in the following fields:-

Sponsored by the Ministry of Communications
and Works:-
Engineering (Civil) leading to B.Sc. (Eng.)
or B.Sc. (Techn.)- 1 place
Sponsored by the Ministry of Trade and Indus-
try:
Surveying leading to ARICS (Inter) -1
place
Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and
Health:
Librarianship leading to ALA (Inter) -
1 place


Teaching: Degree course leading to B.A.
(Gen. Hons.) in Spanish and French
-1 place

Degree course leading to B.Sc. (Gen.
Hons.) in Mathematics and Physics 1
place

Degree course leading to B. Sc. (Gen.
Hons.) in Botany (or Biology), Zoology
and Chemistry-1 place

2. Awards will be made finally following ap-
proval and confirmation by the University au-
thorities that candidates have been selected and
placements duly made.

3. The minimum entrance requirements for
universities are five G.C.E. passes two of which
must be at 'A' level. The subjects should be in
fields related to the academic specialization sought
and should include English Language and Mathe-
matics or Science.

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.
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 the 5th March, 1969.

5. Awards will provide return passages, main-
tenance grant, tuition fees and transportation in
connection with the course. These funds are not
intended for the support of dependants.

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.


E. NICHOLLS
Secretary, Public Service Commission

PSC. 5/3
24th February, 1969.







TRAINING COURSES FOR PERSONAL
EMPLOYED IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR

Applications are invited from suitably qualified
candidates who wish to be considered for the
award of training courses in the following fields:-

Sponsored by the Ministry of Communications
and Works:-

Welding Technology (3-6 months) -1 place.

Sponsored by the Ministry of Trade and Industry

Hotel Management (3-6 months) 1 place

Food Processing Technology (1-2 years)
-1 place.

Sponsored by the Ministry of Home Affairs:-
Hotel Management (2-3 years) -2 places.
Plumbing & Pipefitting (2-3 years) -2 places.

2. The training courses are designed for persons
employed in commerce or industry or other areas
of the private sector who would be prepared to
return to the territory on the expiration of the
course to work on their own or otherwise have
prospects of a job in the fields indicated. Further
paritculars including information regarding entry
requirements and other aspects of the course of
training may be obtained from the Ministry spon-
soring the training.


3. Awards will be made finally following ap-
proval and confirmation by the appropriate
authorities that candidates have been accepted and
placements made.

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
sponsoring the field of training. Applications
should reach the Ministry concerned not later
than 5th March, 1969.

5. Awards will provide return passages, main-
tenance grant, tuition fees and transportation in
connection with the training 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 depen-
dants taken care of while they are in training.

6. Candidates to whom awards are made will
cb required to sign an agreement to return home
on completion of the training to assist in the
the development of their country.


E. NICHOLLS
Secretary, Public Service Commission

PSC. 5/3
24th February, 1969.




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