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BTEC successfully completes another round of Job Preparedness Trainings


The Belize Training and Employment Centre (BTEC), a unit of the Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE), has successfully completed its Waitstaff, Housekeeping and Bartending Trainings which provided participants with  the necessary skills to equip them for employment in the hospitality industry.

These three-week trainings, which ran from October 29th– November 16th,  were held simultaneously and covered soft skills, customer service as well as industry specific technical skills where trainees were taught the essentials of perfecting their trade. The Waitstaff training was facilitated completely by BTEC’s staff while the Housekeeping and Bartending Trainings were executed in partnership with Happy Maids Cleaning Service and the Belize Bartender’s Association (BBA) respectively.

To celebrate the outstanding accomplishments of the forty-four successful participants, the Belize Training and Employment Centre held a certificate ceremony on November 21st 2018.

 

BTEC, and in extension, BELTRAIDE, continues to remain at the forefront of the dynamic market demands while fulfilling its purpose to reduce the barriers to gainful employment and remain committed to developing  and sustaining Belize’s quality workforce.

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BTEC, BELTRAIDE holds Certificate Ceremony for the Basics of Caregiving


The Belize Training and Employment Centre ( BTEC) , a unit of Beltraide , held a certificate ceremony for its Basics of Care-giving Training on April 28th at the George Price Centre for Peace and Development in Belmopan.

This five week training sought to prepare participants to work for and on behalf of the elderly.

The training included soft skills such as professionalism, work ethic, resume building and interview preparation; technical skills, First-Aid  and CPR  provided by the Belize Emergency Response Team (BERT) as well as an internship at the Sister Cecilia’s Home for the Elderly in Belize City.

This training was done in partnership with the National Council on Ageing and made possible through financial support from the Belize Natural Energy Charitable Trust. Beltraide expresses a special thank you to  all who made this initiative possible

Beltraide hosts Certificate Ceremony at the Central Prison


The Belize Training and Employment Centre (BTEC), a unit of the Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE), in conjunction with the Belize Central Prison, Kolbe Foundation and Restore Belize today held a certificate ceremony for a programme entitled “Equipped for Work/Makin’ It Work Job Preparedness Training” to provide persons leaving correctional facilities with the necessary tools and skills to become productive members of society.

 

The eleven week programme which included participants from the Wagner’s Youth Facility, Tango 2 Division, and the female unit of the Belize Central Prison, lasted from February 9th to April 22nd, 2016 and covered Personal Development and Healthy Self Image; Work Habits and Conduct; Bridging the Gap/Makin It Work; Customer Service; Resume Writing and Interview Skills and provided a platform for participants to improve their communication skills and develop short and long term goals for self-betterment.

 

To celebrate the outstanding accomplishments of the fifteen (15) successful participants, the Belize Training and Employment Centre today distributed certificates of completion at a ceremony held at the Belize Central Prison Auditorium. Guest speaker for the event was the Hon. Tracy Panton and CEO of the prison facilities Mr. Virgilio Murillo.

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Hon. Tracy Panton – Minister of State in the Ministry of  Economic Development, Petroleum, Investment , Trade and Commerce

 

BTEC, along with its parent company, BELTRAIDE, continues to operate at highest standards and remain at the forefront of ever-changing market demands and industry specific needs. BTEC’s core purpose is to reduce the barriers to gainful employment and remains committed to develop and sustain Belize’s quality workforce.

 

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(L- R)  Ms. Dianne Finnegan , Youth Advocate ; Ms. Lejia Melanie Gideon , General Manager Enterprise & Innovation Division , Beltraide ;  Mr. John Woods, CEO Emeritus, Kolbe Foundation, Hon. Tracy Panton , Minister of  State in the Ministry of Economic Development Petroleum, Investment , Trade and Commerce ; Ms. Christine Smith , Manager of Belize Training and Employment Centre , Beltraide ; Mr. Virgilio Murillo , CEO , Kolbe Foundation

BTEC Completes its 5- Star Tourism Trainings in Independence Village


On Tuesday,March 15th 2016 , The Belize Training and Employment Centre  (BTEC)  a unit of the Belize Trade and Investment Development Service ( Beltraide), held the Certificate Ceremony for its 5- Star Wait Staff, Front Desk and Bartender Trainings at the Independence High School in  Independence Village.

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This intense three- week  training  programme  covered professionalism, ethics, an over view of Belize’s  tourism industry; customer service and telephone etiquette as well as a technical component which fine-tuned the trainee’s industry-specific skills.

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 BTEC, Beltraide extends a special thank you to the Belize Institute of Mixology , the National Drug Abuse Control Council (NDACC) , the Labour Department , the Independence High School and all our partners for their invaluable efforts throughout this  programme.

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(L) Ms. Marcelli Richards  – Training Facilitator, BTEC  ;  (R) Mr. Omar Longsworth – Principal, Independence High School

 

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