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National Training Project for Youth Empowerment

Join our youth training today!

Youths countrywide are trained through the National Training Project for Youth Empowerment (NTPYE) launched in 2005 to provide youth-emp-1Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) to out-of-school youths across the country.

Most of these youths do not have the requisite CSEC qualifications to enter the job market or they may not have completed secondary education.

Short term training programmes (6 – 12 months) are conducted for youths between the ages of 15 and 25, who are attached to places of employment to acquire skills in various occupations by which they can gain employment after training.

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The youths are usually trained in their communities or nearby to ensure they attend sessions regularly. They are also given a stipend and tools for the training. Upon successful completion of their training, they are given tools to conduct their trade or craft as a small business or as an employee.

Areas of training include:

  • Engineering
  • electrical construction
  • health services
  • information technology
  • clerical work
  • home economics

On the job training is supplemented by a period of classroom sessions to provide trainees with entrepreneurial training and Life Skills Education that includes sessions on:

  • Team building
  • Development of self-esteem
  • HIV and STD prevention
  • Drug abuse prevention
  • Teenage pregnancy
  • Communication skills
  • Literacy and numeracy
  • Micro enterprise management
  • Technology

For 2013, a total of 1,688 persons were trained under the National Training Project for Youth Empowerment in the following skill sets:

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To benefit, download and complete the application form and return same to:

The Board of Industrial Training
Lot 237 Camp Street
South Cummingsburg, Georgetown
Guyana

Or you can uplift the application form from the Regional Democratic Council in your Region.

Or to learn more, contact us on telephone numbers: (592)-225-8280, 225-1077
Fax: (592)-227-4852
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: http://www.bit.gov.gy

 

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