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College Of Insurance & Professional Studies (CIPS) started operations in April 1980 as a private tertiary institution and is registered by the University Council of Jamaica. As the College seeks to broaden its scope of training, greater linkages with other professional bodies and institutions have been made to become a facilitator for providing more internationally recognized professional qualifications. The College has expanded its scope and mission to offer similar services to the wider business community. Read more......Read less

 
 

The Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMC) is the first institution of its kind within the English Speaking Caribbean to provide professional and technica l training in the Arts, offering qualification at the Bachelor, Associate Degree and Certificate levels.

The College operates from one campus housing six schools: School of Visual Arts, Drama, Dance, Music, Continuing Education and Arts Management & Humanities offering essential professional preparation for students in the Arts from the Caribbean, North America and Europe. The Department of Continuing Education and Allied Programmes also has part-time leisure courses and a thriving summer school.

The Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMC) offers the below courses:

Bachelor of Music in Jazz & Popular Music Studies
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Performance and Choreography
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Arts in Acting
Bachelor of Arts in Arts Management
Bachelor of Music Performance (Voice, Piano, Guitar and Wind)
Bachelor of Arts in Drama in Education
Bachelor of Music Education
Bachelor of Arts in Dance Education
Bachelor of Art Education
University of the West Indies/Edna Manley College
Bachelor of Arts in Humanities and Education with majors in Visual Arts, Drama, Music or Dance

Graduate Degrees

Mostly Online Master of Arts in Art Education Ohio State University in collaboration with the Edna Manley College

Associate Degrees

Associate of Arts in Music
Associate of Arts in Visual Arts
Associate of Arts in Dance Performance
Associate of Arts in Theatre Arts
Associate of Arts in Arts Management

Certificates

Certificate in Visual Arts
Certificate in Music
Studio Certificate in Visual Arts
Studio Certificate in Dance Performance
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St. Joseph's Teachers' College is a Roman Catholic teacher training college in Kingston, Jamaica. It was founded in 1897 by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany a religious orde r for women in the Roman Catholic Church in Jamaica.

To all our readers, St. Joseph’s Teachers’ College (SJTC) welcomes you to our new website. It is our hope that you will use this medium to learn more about our college and that it will provide you with another career choice with a difference. St. Joseph’s Teachers’ College is a Catholic institution that has been in existence for over 116 years. Its early beginnings are grounded in Christian values based on Franciscan tradition through the life and work of the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany. This background forms the ethos of the college to this day

The college is firmly established and through its vision, mission, and core values it will continue to be unwavering despite much public discussion about teacher quality and oversupply of teachers in the Jamaican workforce. SJTC remains encouraged even when we are experiencing low intake of students for this academic year. This challenge is not unique to SJTC because another teacher-training institutions are experiencing a similar dilemma while at the same time, other institutions of learning are having a low student intake for this year because of serious financial challenges.

At SJTC, we are of the view that through challenges of this nature and otherwise, we will continue to be resilient with strong hope. Since our founding in 1897, we have weathered the “storms”. Now, it is safe to say that standing on the threshold and in moving forward, we will become even stronger, more relevant, and more effective in these times when education institutions are constantly being called upon to provide quality education. Therefore, in my view, quality education must be strongly aligned with quality teachers along with the values that tightly underpin such status.

Each year, SJTC con tinues to increase and enhance the teaching profession by adding some of Jamaica’s best professionals. In order to achieve such a task, SJTC reviews and renews itself and its deliverables so that we remain current and relevant in responding to the needs of our society and even the needs beyond our shores. When prospective teachers come to SJTC, they come because of what they read about the college, what their parents, relatives, friends, and alumni say about the college, all of which provide clear evidence that the good news is out there among the people. SJTC stands tall among the best
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Northern Caribbean University is a private, liberal-arts institution, and is owned and operated by the Jamaica Union Conference (JAMU) and the Atlantic Caribbean Union Mission (ACUM) of Seventh-day Adventists. Occupying a 200 acre property, and located 2 miles south of Mandeville town, in Manchester, Jamaica, this university offers a number of professional, pre-professional and vocational programmes in a spiritually wholesome and physically aesthetic atmosphere. NCU currently enjoys an average yearly enrollment of over five thousand students, from approximately 34 countries and is one of the largest Seventh-day Adventist tertiary institutions in the world.

Degrees Offered:

College of Allied Health & Nursing (CAHN)
Master of Public Health (MPH)
College of Business & Hospitality Management (CBHM)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
College of Education & Leadership (CEL)
Post Graduate Diploma in Education
Master of Arts (MA) in Education
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Education
College of Humanities, Behavioural & Social Sciences (CHBSS)
Master of Science (MSc) in Counselling Psychology
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Counselling Psychology
College of Natural & Applied Sciences (CNAS)
Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS)
Technology Management
Information Security
Network Administration
Application Development
Master of Science (MSc) in Biology
Non-Thesis Option
Thesis Option
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Biology
School of Religion & Theology (SRT)
Master of Ministry (MMin)
Master of Arts (MA) in Religion
Undergraduate Degrees
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Excelsior Community College is a venerable college that never gets old in its continued commitment to excellence. Using its unique position as a Methodist college located in t he Caribbean, Excelsior Community College is dedicated to the betterment of lives throughout the area.

Excelsior began in 1931 and was not only the first community college in Jamaica, but the largest as well. It was founded by Dr. Hon Aston Wesley Powell in the company of five students in January of that year. In 40 years, it grew to over 2,000 students and in 1950, the Methodist church entered into the development of the school. After 40 years, the community college introduced a formal launch and shortly thereafter commenced with an adult education program.

Later programs at the college included a nursing program, teacher training, computer studies, hospitality and tourism programs, a performing arts program, cosmetology department, computer science and management studies.

Excelsior Community College offers its students a wide variety of associate degree programs. You will find associate degrees in Information Technology, Environmental Studies and a wide variety of others. The main campus is located in Kingston, Jamaica. There are three other campuses located off-site in the city of Lyssons, St. Thomas. The school is accredited by the University Council of Jamaica.

The college offers students the opportunity to join a number of organizations that interest them. Yearly campus enrollment is approximately 2,000 students. You will find a number of activities that go beyond classroom learning. The college encourages students to join clubs and organisations to improve their quality of life as they are learning. Attending a two-year college gives you the opportunity to make certain which degree path you want to follow.

Many students go on to a four-year university after graduating from Excelsior Community College. Whether you are looking for an associate of nursing degree or computer science degree, you will find the right classes at Excelsior Community College. The faculty is dedicated to the success of its students. You will find a diverse culture on campus. Research your career path before choosing the associate degree that is right for you.
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Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) at the University of the West Indies, Mona (UWI) campus in Jamaica is the premier Business School in the Caribbean, producing gra duates that are ready to make an impactful contribution to Caribbean development. Through its innovative research and contribution to social and economic policy formation, and harnessing the power of new technologies, MSBM is actively engaged in addressing the critical priorities of the nation and the wider Caribbean region.

Our mission is “To be a solution-oriented school of business and management which produces internationally competent and capable professionals and leaders through teaching, research and service.”

MSBM offers both undergraduate and post graduate education, and boasts an Association of MBAs (AMBA) accredited MBA programme. The School complements its unique academic programmes with cutting edge consultancy services and public policy research, the principal business objective being to provide decision makers with expert advice for handling their most critical strategic issues.

• Premier Business School in the Caribbean
• Listed among the top 1000 business schools in the world
• Internationally accredited MBA programme
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The College opened for classes on January 5, 1992 but was officially opened on February 6, 1992 by then Prime Minister Michael Manley. The initial number of students was 38 an d there were 7 members of staff. The college, however, had strong potential for growth and 9 years later a second campus was opened in Old Harbour in October 2001 on the former premises of the Old Harbour primary school. The growth has continued and today the college is one of the premier providers of education in the parish with over 2500 students and over 140 staff members between both campuses.

At its inception the college only offered an associate degree. Today the college is divided into six departments and offers several associate and bachelor degrees in addition to other certifications.

The first principal was Miss Shirley Whylie and the first Chairman of the Board was Mr. Fitz Jackson. Since then the college has had two other principals Mrs Karen Kennedy (Principal 2005 - 2014) and Mrs. Corri ne Richards (Principal 2015 - current). The current board chairman is Rev. Karl Henlein.

The energy and dynamism that are portrayed at the Portmore Community College come from the students and staff, who is guided by an experienced and innovative group of administrators.

Under the leadership of the principal, Mrs Corrine Richards, Portmore Community College’s senior administrators oversees the academic and administrative unit of the college. Mrs Richards and her senior administrators are under the stewardship of a government appointed board.

Student Life & Culture

At PCC students work hard and play hard. You will learn inside the classroom as well as outside the classroom. Outside the classroom is where you will learn most of life’s important lessons about collaboration, negotiation, leadership, empathy, joyful curiosity and how to have a good time while you excel academically. PCC’s students' union runs an incredible variety of student groups - more than 10 in total. Among PCC's many groups, you'll certainly find the group that fits you: track team, UCCF, a Circle K club, Choir, Dance and much more.

Facilities

Computer facilities - PCC computing environment supports a rich array of technologies and information resources for academic and administrative use. Information technology services are provided by many different organisations working collaboratively with the College. The institution has its dedicated IT staff, email system, servers and campus networks. Helpdesk and ICT sub services are provided as a part of the Computer Department of the College. Other computer services include PCCNet (the campus wireless network), the computer labs, cyber centre, technology room and the on-campus telephone system, co-location services for high-performance research computers, and a variety of support services.

Libraries - The college has two libraries across both campuses. Its collections consist of over 3000 volumes of print m aterial for the fields of Engineering, Science, Business, Architecture and Computing. There are also the Institute Archives, which collects records, Gleaner publications, technical reports, and the personal papers of faculty members.

Online Course Delivery (OCD). - PCC Online Course Delivery makes courses, materials used by students available on the web, free of charge, to any student anywhere in the world. OCD is a large-scale, web-based publication, of course materials. Educators are encouraged to use materials for curriculum development, and student self-learners may draw on materials for supplementary use. OCD is online at http://pcc.edu.jm/programs.

Science Laboratories - Portmore Community College boasts two contemporary science lab facilities one on each campus. The science labs cater to all facets of the sciences and are used by CAPE, CSEC, Engineering Science, architectural students. The Science labs are outfitted with all the necessary equipment and resources th at enables science students to successfully carry out research and experiments as required by the programme. The Science lab technician is at hand at both campuses to provide technical assistance to both students and lecturers.

Food Preparation Lab - The College has its food preparation lab base in Old Harbour that serves the Hospitality, Entertainment and Tourism Management program offered only at the Old Harbour campus. The laboratory is equipped with industry standard equipment in addition to all safety requirement sanction by the parish council.
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The CMI is a dynamic ISO 9001:2008 certified institution and the Regions Centre of Excellence for tertiary maritime, logistics, engineering training, research and consultancy. It is a corporate body established under the Jamaica Maritime Institute’s (JMI) Act of 1992 and operates under the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing. The institution is proactive in identifying the needs of the market (locally, regionally and internationally) and seeks to expand its programme offerings in “pari pasu” with the expansion of market demand.


The history and growth of the Institution over the years demonstrate an intimate connection with the needs of the international shipping industry. From just two programmes at its inauguration in 1980 and 30 students, the Institute has grown to become the tertiary centre of excellence in the region, offering over 16 programmes including Masters and Bachelor Degrees and a multiplicity of demand driven customised programmes.


In recogniti on of the diversity of the technical and academic competencies within the Institute and in the interest of good governance and accountability, the CMI is organised into three Schools
Marine and Professional studies, Academics and Advanced Skills.


The Marine and Professional School focuses on the core seafarers Standard of Training Certification and Watch Keeping Convention (STCW 95), IMO courses leading up to the level of captain, chief engineer and chief mate. The Academic School manages the Associate Degrees, Diplomas, Bachelors and Masters Degrees and spearheads general research based activities. The School of Advanced Skills concentrates on hands on competency based training to meet the needs of the growing shipping and logistics sectors including, alternative energy, engineering projects, business development, entrepreneurship and the Career Advancement Programme (CAP).


In an effort to ensure the highest standards of education and training within the three Schools, the CMI has adopted relevant quality assurance measures. The University Council of Jamaica (UCJ) provides the quality framework for the entire programme offerings of the School of Academic Studies. The offerings of the Marine and Professional Studies School are authorised by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO). With a view to ensuring quality standards of training in the Advanced Studies School, National Council on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (NCTVET) accreditation status has been attained by the Institute. The accreditation of these programmes is one bench mark of excellence that the Institute upholds.


The foremost aim of the CMI is to alleviate local unemployment and exploit the world wide acute shortage of seafarers. Indeed the Maritime Industry Analyst, Drewry Shipping Consultants have estimated a worldwide shortage of 34,000 qualified officers, against a total requirement of 498,000. Moreover, based on Drewry’s fleet growth proje ctions and the assumption that officer supply will only increase at the current rate, the report predicts that by 2012, the officer shortfall will have grown to 83,000. It is within this context that the continuity of education and training for seafarers up to the management level at the CMI is of utmost importance.


The potential for growth is tremendous in this dynamic industry, especially in the area of energy and in particular, its conservation. CMI has embarked on a number of energy based projects which are managed and executed through the Institute’s Renewable Energy and Productivity Centre under the School of Advanced Skills. These projects include, but are not limited to the assembly, installation and distribution of alternative energy equipment and water purification. They facilitate training, avenues of employment, entrepreneurship, certification, innovation, safety, discipline and environmental protection - tenets which are highly promoted by the Institute.
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The College opened for classes on January 5, 1992 but was officially opened on February 6, 1992 by then Prime Minister Michael Manley. The initial number of students was 38 an d there were 7 members of staff. The college, however, had strong potential for growth and 9 years later a second campus was opened in Old Harbour in October 2001 on the former premises of the Old Harbour primary school. The growth has continued and today the college is one of the premier providers of education in the parish with over 2500 students and over 140 staff members between both campuses.

At its inception the college only offered an associate degree. Today the college is divided into six departments and offers several associate and bachelor degrees in addition to other certifications.

The first principal was Miss Shirley Whylie and the first Chairman of the Board was Mr. Fitz Jackson. Since then the college has had two other principals Mrs Karen Kennedy (Principal 2005 - 2014) and Mrs. Corri ne Richards (Principal 2015 - current). The current board chairman is Rev. Karl Henlein.

The energy and dynamism that are portrayed at the Portmore Community College come from the students and staff, who is guided by an experienced and innovative group of administrators.

Under the leadership of the principal, Mrs Corrine Richards, Portmore Community College’s senior administrators oversees the academic and administrative unit of the college. Mrs Richards and her senior administrators are under the stewardship of a government appointed board.

Student Life & Culture

At PCC students work hard and play hard. You will learn inside the classroom as well as outside the classroom. Outside the classroom is where you will learn most of life’s important lessons about collaboration, negotiation, leadership, empathy, joyful curiosity and how to have a good time while you excel academically. PCC’s students' union runs an incredible variety of student groups - more than 10 in total. Among PCC's many groups, you'll certainly find the group that fits you: track team, UCCF, a Circle K club, Choir, Dance and much more.

Facilities

Computer facilities - PCC computing environment supports a rich array of technologies and information resources for academic and administrative use. Information technology services are provided by many different organisations working collaboratively with the College. The institution has its dedicated IT staff, email system, servers and campus networks. Helpdesk and ICT sub services are provided as a part of the Computer Department of the College. Other computer services include PCCNet (the campus wireless network), the computer labs, cyber centre, technology room and the on-campus telephone system, co-location services for high-performance research computers, and a variety of support services.

Libraries - The college has two libraries across both campuses. Its collections consist of over 3000 volumes of print m aterial for the fields of Engineering, Science, Business, Architecture and Computing. There are also the Institute Archives, which collects records, Gleaner publications, technical reports, and the personal papers of faculty members.

Online Course Delivery (OCD). - PCC Online Course Delivery makes courses, materials used by students available on the web, free of charge, to any student anywhere in the world. OCD is a large-scale, web-based publication, of course materials. Educators are encouraged to use materials for curriculum development, and student self-learners may draw on materials for supplementary use. OCD is online at http://pcc.edu.jm/programs.

Science Laboratories - Portmore Community College boasts two contemporary science lab facilities one on each campus. The science labs cater to all facets of the sciences and are used by CAPE, CSEC, Engineering Science, architectural students. The Science labs are outfitted with all the necessary equipment and resources th at enables science students to successfully carry out research and experiments as required by the programme. The Science lab technician is at hand at both campuses to provide technical assistance to both students and lecturers.

Food Preparation Lab - The College has its food preparation lab base in Old Harbour that serves the Hospitality, Entertainment and Tourism Management program offered only at the Old Harbour campus. The laboratory is equipped with industry standard equipment in addition to all safety requirement sanction by the parish council.
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Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) at the University of the West Indies, Mona (UWI) campus in Jamaica is the premier Business School in the Caribbean, producing gra duates that are ready to make an impactful contribution to Caribbean development. Through its innovative research and contribution to social and economic policy formation, and harnessing the power of new technologies, MSBM is actively engaged in addressing the critical priorities of the nation and the wider Caribbean region.

Our mission is “To be a solution-oriented school of business and management which produces internationally competent and capable professionals and leaders through teaching, research and service.”

MSBM offers both undergraduate and post graduate education, and boasts an Association of MBAs (AMBA) accredited MBA programme. The School complements its unique academic programmes with cutting edge consultancy services and public policy research, the principal business objective being to provide decision makers with expert advice for handling their most critical strategic issues.

• Premier Business School in the Caribbean
• Listed among the top 1000 business schools in the world
• Internationally accredited MBA programme
Read more......Read less

 
 

Northern Caribbean University is a private, liberal-arts institution, and is owned and operated by the Jamaica Union Conference (JAMU) and the Atlantic Caribbean Union Mission (ACUM) of Seventh-day Adventists. Occupying a 200 acre property, and located 2 miles south of Mandeville town, in Manchester, Jamaica, this university offers a number of professional, pre-professional and vocational programmes in a spiritually wholesome and physically aesthetic atmosphere. NCU currently enjoys an average yearly enrollment of over five thousand students, from approximately 34 countries and is one of the largest Seventh-day Adventist tertiary institutions in the world.

Degrees Offered:

College of Allied Health & Nursing (CAHN)
Master of Public Health (MPH)
College of Business & Hospitality Management (CBHM)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
College of Education & Leadership (CEL)
Post Graduate Diploma in Education
Master of Arts (MA) in Education
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Education
College of Humanities, Behavioural & Social Sciences (CHBSS)
Master of Science (MSc) in Counselling Psychology
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Counselling Psychology
College of Natural & Applied Sciences (CNAS)
Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS)
Technology Management
Information Security
Network Administration
Application Development
Master of Science (MSc) in Biology
Non-Thesis Option
Thesis Option
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Biology
School of Religion & Theology (SRT)
Master of Ministry (MMin)
Master of Arts (MA) in Religion
Undergraduate Degrees
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The Academic Unit of the Jamaica Constabulary Staff College was established in 2001 out of a need to provide greater opportunity and training for working adults in central gov ernment, local government and statutory bodies including public corporations and executive agencies. Persons working in the private sector can also benefit from these programmes as they are diverse, dynamic and geared towards intellectual development in the chosen field of study and whilst facilitating exposure across other disciplines such as Political Science, Economics, Statistics, Sociology, Psychology, etc.

Motto
Committed to Professional Excellence

Vision
To be the regional institution of choice for excellence in law enforcement education, training and development.

Mission
To support law enforcement priorities by providing timely and structured learning experiences, education, training and career development for the region and beyond

Guiding Principles and Values
As a training institution, we adopt, respect and are committed to the following principles:

People
Teamwork
Training, Development and Sustainability
Professionalism
Transparency and Accountability
Honesty and Integrity
Quality
Partnerships
Technology
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Excelsior Community College is a venerable college that never gets old in its continued commitment to excellence. Using its unique position as a Methodist college located in t he Caribbean, Excelsior Community College is dedicated to the betterment of lives throughout the area.

Excelsior began in 1931 and was not only the first community college in Jamaica, but the largest as well. It was founded by Dr. Hon Aston Wesley Powell in the company of five students in January of that year. In 40 years, it grew to over 2,000 students and in 1950, the Methodist church entered into the development of the school. After 40 years, the community college introduced a formal launch and shortly thereafter commenced with an adult education program.

Later programs at the college included a nursing program, teacher training, computer studies, hospitality and tourism programs, a performing arts program, cosmetology department, computer science and management studies.

Excelsior Community College offers its students a wide variety of associate degree programs. You will find associate degrees in Information Technology, Environmental Studies and a wide variety of others. The main campus is located in Kingston, Jamaica. There are three other campuses located off-site in the city of Lyssons, St. Thomas. The school is accredited by the University Council of Jamaica.

The college offers students the opportunity to join a number of organizations that interest them. Yearly campus enrollment is approximately 2,000 students. You will find a number of activities that go beyond classroom learning. The college encourages students to join clubs and organisations to improve their quality of life as they are learning. Attending a two-year college gives you the opportunity to make certain which degree path you want to follow.

Many students go on to a four-year university after graduating from Excelsior Community College. Whether you are looking for an associate of nursing degree or computer science degree, you will find the right classes at Excelsior Community College. The faculty is dedicated to the success of its students. You will find a diverse culture on campus. Research your career path before choosing the associate degree that is right for you.
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Excelsior Community College is a venerable college that never gets old in its continued commitment to excellence. Using its unique position as a Methodist college located in t he Caribbean, Excelsior Community College is dedicated to the betterment of lives throughout the area.

Excelsior began in 1931 and was not only the first community college in Jamaica, but the largest as well. It was founded by Dr. Hon Aston Wesley Powell in the company of five students in January of that year. In 40 years, it grew to over 2,000 students and in 1950, the Methodist church entered into the development of the school. After 40 years, the community college introduced a formal launch and shortly thereafter commenced with an adult education program.

Later programs at the college included a nursing program, teacher training, computer studies, hospitality and tourism programs, a performing arts program, cosmetology department, computer science and management studies.

Excelsior Community College offers its students a wide variety of associate degree programs. You will find associate degrees in Information Technology, Environmental Studies and a wide variety of others. The main campus is located in Kingston, Jamaica. There are three other campuses located off-site in the city of Lyssons, St. Thomas. The school is accredited by the University Council of Jamaica.

The college offers students the opportunity to join a number of organizations that interest them. Yearly campus enrollment is approximately 2,000 students. You will find a number of activities that go beyond classroom learning. The college encourages students to join clubs and organisations to improve their quality of life as they are learning. Attending a two-year college gives you the opportunity to make certain which degree path you want to follow.

Many students go on to a four-year university after graduating from Excelsior Community College. Whether you are looking for an associate of nursing degree or computer science degree, you will find the right classes at Excelsior Community College. The faculty is dedicated to the success of its students. You will find a diverse culture on campus. Research your career path before choosing the associate degree that is right for you.
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Knox Community College is a co-educational institution located in Spalding, Jamaica. It operates four campuses, namely: Spalding, Cobbla, May Pen and Mandeville. The College s tarted with three academic programmes: Pre-university Arts and Sciences, Secretarial Studies and Farm Management. Today, there are over fifty (50) programmes in a variety of subject areas such as: Pre-college, Pre-University, Paraprofessional, Vocational, Certificates, Diplomas, Associate and Bachelors Degrees.

There are fifteen departments and sections with closely structured teams. Knox Community College is the fastest growing Community College in Central Jamaica, and probably one of the fastest growing on the island. The Ministry of Education, Youth and Culture accorded Knox Class A. Knox is regarded as a student – centred institution which is geared to meet the educational needs of all students regardless of academic or socioeconomic status.

Knox Community College strives to maintain:

A vi brant institution in which all stakeholders establish and participate in shared decision-making
a safe, clean, orderly, friendly and supportive learning environment.

Further, KCC strives to ensure that:

all students thrive in a collective, collaborative, cooperative and friendly learning environment that is nurturing and stimulating
all students become self-motivated, self-directed, confident and actualize their true potential in the 'information age'
all lecturers develop an appreciation for and an understanding of the pedagogic approach and are facilitators of strategies and methods supportive of the andragogical and synergogical approaches to learning
all members of staff become active, participatory, responsible and accountable in achieving the educational quality that is compatible with national criteria
students' cognitive, social and psychomotive skills are developed to the levels that enable them to be multi-skilled and multi-faceted..
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Knox Community College is a co-educational institution located in Spalding, Jamaica. It operates four campuses, namely: Spalding, Cobbla, May Pen and Mandeville. The College s tarted with three academic programmes: Pre-university Arts and Sciences, Secretarial Studies and Farm Management. Today, there are over fifty (50) programmes in a variety of subject areas such as: Pre-college, Pre-University, Paraprofessional, Vocational, Certificates, Diplomas, Associate and Bachelors Degrees.

There are fifteen departments and sections with closely structured teams. Knox Community College is the fastest growing Community College in Central Jamaica, and probably one of the fastest growing on the island. The Ministry of Education, Youth and Culture accorded Knox Class A. Knox is regarded as a student – centred institution which is geared to meet the educational needs of all students regardless of academic or socioeconomic status.

Knox Community College strives to maintain:

A vi brant institution in which all stakeholders establish and participate in shared decision-making
a safe, clean, orderly, friendly and supportive learning environment.

Further, KCC strives to ensure that:

all students thrive in a collective, collaborative, cooperative and friendly learning environment that is nurturing and stimulating
all students become self-motivated, self-directed, confident and actualize their true potential in the 'information age'
all lecturers develop an appreciation for and an understanding of the pedagogic approach and are facilitators of strategies and methods supportive of the andragogical and synergogical approaches to learning
all members of staff become active, participatory, responsible and accountable in achieving the educational quality that is compatible with national criteria
students' cognitive, social and psychomotive skills are developed to the levels that enable them to be multi-skilled and multi-faceted..
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Knox Community College is a co-educational institution located in Spalding, Jamaica. It operates four campuses, namely: Spalding, Cobbla, May Pen and Mandeville. The College s tarted with three academic programmes: Pre-university Arts and Sciences, Secretarial Studies and Farm Management. Today, there are over fifty (50) programmes in a variety of subject areas such as: Pre-college, Pre-University, Paraprofessional, Vocational, Certificates, Diplomas, Associate and Bachelors Degrees.

There are fifteen departments and sections with closely structured teams. Knox Community College is the fastest growing Community College in Central Jamaica, and probably one of the fastest growing on the island. The Ministry of Education, Youth and Culture accorded Knox Class A. Knox is regarded as a student – centred institution which is geared to meet the educational needs of all students regardless of academic or socioeconomic status.

Knox Community College strives to maintain:

A vi brant institution in which all stakeholders establish and participate in shared decision-making
a safe, clean, orderly, friendly and supportive learning environment.

Further, KCC strives to ensure that:

all students thrive in a collective, collaborative, cooperative and friendly learning environment that is nurturing and stimulating
all students become self-motivated, self-directed, confident and actualize their true potential in the 'information age'
all lecturers develop an appreciation for and an understanding of the pedagogic approach and are facilitators of strategies and methods supportive of the andragogical and synergogical approaches to learning
all members of staff become active, participatory, responsible and accountable in achieving the educational quality that is compatible with national criteria
students' cognitive, social and psychomotive skills are developed to the levels that enable them to be multi-skilled and multi-faceted..
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