The Belize Training and Employment Centre (BTEC), a unit of BELTRAIDE , has successfully completed another Job Preparedness training in Belize City
Participants were trained for three weeks; of which the the first two weeks covered soft skills such as professionalism, resume building, communication skills, conflict management as well as customer service excellence. In the final week of training, participants parted into their technical groups of Event Planning and Nail Technician which were facilitated by Mr. Jaime Correa and Mr. Rasheed Jeremy Carballo respectively.
Today, a certificate ceremony was held at the Belize Training and Employment Centre to celebrate the accomplishments of the 37 participants.
The Belize Training and Employment Centre, and in extension, BELTRAIDE, remains committed to developing a cadre of marketable, self-sufficient individuals who can confidently compete in the marketplace and sustain a quality workforce.
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.
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.