Title: Training for the Public Service
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Title: Training for the Public Service
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Dominica. Public Service Commission.
Publisher: Dominica. Public Service Commission.
Subject: Caribbean   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: Caribbean
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Bibliographic ID: UF00072693
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates who may wish to
be considered for the award of scholarships or training courses tenable in Universi-
ties or Technical Institutions in the United Kingdom or the Caribbean in the follow-
ing fields:-

Sponsored by the Ministry of Communications and Works
Architecture .... :... 1 place
Civil Engineering .... 1 place

Sponsored by the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands & Co-operatives
Veterinary Science .... 1 place

Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Health
Medicine .... .... place
B.So. Home Economics 1 place
(for Medical Division)

B.Sc. Home Economics 1 place
B.Sc. degree course majoring in Physics .... 1 place
B.Sc. Mathematics :... 1 place
B.Sc. Chemistry .... 1 place
B.Sc. ,, ,, Biology .... I place

Objectives ad educational requirements: The above scholarships are to qualify
candidates for employment in the fields indicated.

Applicants should have a minimum of 5 G.C.E. passes with 2 at A level. The
subjects should include English Language, Mathematics and related science sub-


Sponsored by the Ministry of Communications and Works

1. Draughtsmanship Architecture (1 yr. course) 1 place
2. Air Traffic Control (9 mths.) 1 place
3. Meteorology (5 mths.) 2 places

To prepare candidates for employment in the fields indicated. Successful
candidates for courses 2 and 3 will be expected to work at the Melville Hall Airport.

Sponsored by the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands & Co-operatives

4. Land Surveying 2 yr. course leading to Inter R.I.C.S. 1 place

Sponsored by the Ministry of Home Affairs

5. Furniture Production and Management 3 yr.
course in the U.K. ..... .... .... I place
6. Handicraft Teacher course 3 yr. course in wood-
word, metal work and academic subjects 1 place
7. Welding Technology (3 yr. course) 1 place
8. Plumbing and Pipe Fitting (3 yr. course) 1 place

To prepare candidates for teaching the subjects indicated at the Youth Camp.

Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Health

9. Psychiatric Nursing (3 yrs.) .... .... 2 places
10. Physiotherapy (3 yrs.) .... .... 1 place
11. Social Work (2'yr. course to prepare candidate for
employment as Hospital Almoner) 1 place

FOR TEACHING POSTS (2-3 yr. Diploma Courses)

12. Agricultural Technology .... .... 1 place
13. Motor Mechanics (Sandwich course) .... 1 place
14. Motor Mechanics (Craft level) .... .... 2 places
15. Plumbing and Pipe Fitting .... .... 2 places
16. Water Purification Technology .... .... 1 place
17. Welding Technology .... .... .... place
18. Handicraft Course in woodwork, metal work and
academic subjects .... .... ...' 3 places
19. Physical Education including academic subjects 1 place

Objectives and educational qualification: To prepare candidates for employ-
ment in the fields indicated.
Usually a minimum qualification of 4 G.C.E. "O" level passes including English,
Science and Mathematics is required.


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

Applications stating full name and address, age, standard of education, present
employment, experience and qualifications should be addressed to the Secretary,
Public Service Commission and submitted through the Permanent Secretary of the
Ministry sponsoring the field of training for onward transmission to the Com-
mission. Application should reach the Ministry concerned not later than 22nd
March, 1971.

Awards will provide the successful candidates with return passages, subsistence
allowance grant, tuition fees and transportation in connection with the course.
Further particulars regarding the course of training may be obtained from the Minis-
try sponsoring the training.

Candidates to whom awards, are made will be required to sign an agreement
to serve the Government for a period of up to four years after completion of their

Public Service Commission.

P.S.C. 5/1
10th March, 1971.

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