The Department of Workforce Development is inviting all current administrators and those wishing to become administrators with the opportunity to obtain a valuable qualification.
Through a short 12-week training programme, participants will earn a certification that increases employability and demonstrates their depth of knowledge, expertise, and commitment to being an administrator.
Participants can expect to learn the following skills:
· Interpersonal communication
· Project management
· Event planning
· Video conferencing
· Virtual office management
· Business writing
· Internet security
Reflecting on the training programme, the Minister of Economy and Labour, the Hon. Jason Hayward, said, “This is yet another opportunity provided to ensure Bermudians can meet the demands of our workforce.”
“Coupled with the free monthly training offered throughout the year, the Department of Workforce Development continues working hard to ensure those employed and seeking employment have access to training opportunities to retool, upskill, and, most importantly, pursue satisfying careers in their chosen professions.”
“We encourage anyone who wants to enhance their skills and employability as administrators to sign up for this training programme.”
Persons interested in the programme can RSVP to attend an information session on Thursday 30th, March 2023, at 5:30 pm at the Department of Workforce Development located at 23 Parliament Street Hamilton, in the ‘Old Magistrate’s Court Building’.
For more information and to RSVP, email Mr. Kenneth Bartram at email@example.com or call 444-1877.
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