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Three hundred (300) youths are to benefit from a partnership between the Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC), the Board of Industrial Training (BIT) and the Ministry of Labour,Cheap China Jerseys, Human Services and Social Security’s National Training Programme for Youth Empowerment (NTPYE) to create wider skills within the forestry sector.According to Chairman, Board of Industrial Training, Clinton Williams, that entity has been very successful over the years in providing vocational training and education to a large number of youths in every region, equipping them with marketable skills in various occupations.Adding that the Board was established more than 40 years ago under the Industrial Training Act,NCAA Baseball Jerseys, Chapter 39:04 of the Laws of Guyana to provide training opportunities for youths and equip them with marketable skills,Cheap Air Max 90 Shoes, Williams said simultaneously, the Guyana Forestry Commission in accordance with its commitments laid out in the National Forest Plan,NFL Jerseys Outlet, has added this programme to the curricula of the Forestry Training Centre Inc. (FTCI) which already offers vocational training.He explained that this development is a direct response to the obvious lack of skills in the forestry sector. Primarily,Wholesale Jerseys, the objective is to equip approximately 300 youths with highly marketable skills that could guarantee their immediate employment within the aforementioned sector.Williams underscored that the programme is diverse and includes courses in tree identification, pre-harvest forest inventory, directional felling, heavy-duty machinery and equipment (Bulldozer and Skidder) operation, wood processing, saw-doctoring, and timber grading.  In keeping with national priorities,Cheap NFL Jerseys, the courses will necessarily include segments on critical life skills, such as combating HIV and AIDS and gender-based violence.The major portion of the training will be carried out at the FTCI’s field based training facility (located on the left bank of the Cuyuni River).  The BIT will also add this new curriculum to the training schedules at all of its available facilities which have traditionally been used for vocational training and community development.“To date, the response by youths across all regions to these training opportunities has been encouraging.  Interviews of applicants have begun and the programme for the first batch of trainees is scheduled to commence in June 2013,” Williams said.Applications will be invited shortly for the second round of training courses due to commence later this year. The programmes will continue annually.
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