The Youth Development Division held its 48th Graduation Ceremony of the Youth Skills Training Program on Wednesday, January 5th.
Fifty-seven (57) young people, 14 males & 43 females, graduated from the Division’s first-ever Virtual Graduation Ceremony. The graduates completed their four modules from March to September 2021.
Addressing the graduates, Acting Chief Youth Development Officer Ms. Caesarina Paul states that the Youth Development Division has brought them one step closer to their goal.
Paul stated that ‘it is your responsibility now to build on this foundation and to remain steadfast in your quest towards self-actualization and professional advancement.’
She congratulated the graduates on completing their modules.
The Youth Skills Training Program aims to provide technical training in marketable skills to young individuals accompanied by Life Skills such as Self Esteem and Leadership Development, Citizenship, Remedial Literacy, Health and Family Life Education, Social Skills, Business Awareness, and Office Etiquette.
The training also equips the trainees with skills for the working world and for life.