CFBC courses open up entrepreneurial opportunities for Technical and Vocational Students

Entrepreneurial opportunities for technical and vocational students were highlighted during “Working for You” on June 27 by Andrew Abraham, Dean of the Faculty of Technical, Vocational, Educational and Management Studies (TVEMS), who noted that the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC) offers Technical and Vocational Education and Training.

“We offer three for the price of one. We actually provide you training so at least you can matriculate into colleges and universities and get in excess of 60 credits,” Mr. Abraham explained. “We also train you for the world of work. If you want to go out there and practice your craft and earn a lot of money.


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