Sixty six persons graduate from BELTRAIDE job preparedness training

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Updated: February 1, 2017

The Belize Training and Employment Centre (BTEC), a unit of BELTRAIDE awarded certificates today to 66 people who completed tourism based Job Preparedness Training in Belize City.  We spoke with Lejia Melanie Gideon the General Manager at BELTRAIDE about the program

Lejia Melanie Gideon – General Manager, BELTRAIDE

“Today is a sizeable milestone for BTEC which is a technical unit of BELTRAIDE, we are graduating our largest class to date, 66 graduate from three different programs ,our house keeping janitorial training which was done by Happy Maids, we also did bar tending which was done by the Belize Institute of Mixology and then our front desk which is done by our certified staff. Again we are exceedingly proud, 66 graduates starting out 2017 so it is just an indication of what we are expecting for 2017. Check on our Facebook and social media presence we are getting ready to do our home healthcare training, that is a five week course to date it is our most technical, we’ve done it two times already we are bringing it back to Belize City and then we’ve partnered with PAHO the Ministry of Health as well as Sister Cecilia and again it is a five week course, it starts in February this month I want to say in two weeks course it is our most intense and you have to do you pretest it is free of cost please come and sign up.”