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  • MOE

    The Ministry of Education was established in 2001 as an arm of Government that would foster the development of a rich, diverse, highly capable and adaptable Human Resource pool. Since this time the organization has experienced significant growth in its capacity and in the delivery of product and services. These initiatives have all been designed for the betterment of citizens of Trinidad and Tobago. Read more ..

  • NTA

    The Mission of the NTA is to coordinate, harmonize, standardize, monitor and evaluate all Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Trinidad and Tobago through the establishment of a National TVET system. Read more ..

  • MIC

    Metal Industries Company Limited is a multi-functional commercial and training institution with training facilities strategically located throughout Trinidad and Tobago (T&T). Its commercial operations are conducted under the aegis of the Industry Services Division which serves as a hub for highly skilled manufacturing engineers, precision machinists, welding technicians, craftsmen and industrial maintenance personnel, utilizing the “Training Factory Concept”. Read more ..

  • NESC

    The National Energy Skills Centre (NESC) is a non-profit foundation established in 1997 by the Government of Trinidad & Tobago (GOTT) in partnership with major industrial enterprises. The NESC’s training prepares graduates for employment in the construction and maintenance trades across all sectors of industry in Trinidad & Tobago. Read more ..


    YTEPP was introduced as a national response to the growing problem of unemployed and unemployable youth. Thus YTEPP was created as an emergency, temporary programme to prepare youth for employment. This programme was part of a wider Government response to the economic crisis of the 1980s, which saw a decline in output, reductions in real per capita income, and in Government expenditures in the social sectors, and a sharp increase in unemployment. Despite growth in the informal sector, which absorbed a large number of workers, youth employment remained one of the country’s most serious social problems, with large numbers unemployed. The unemployed and idle youth were less employable than retrenched workers because of their lack of skills, experience, and poor attitudes towards work. Read more ..