25 results for Inter-Secondary-Schools-Sports-Assn in Jamaica
 
 

Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Assn provides coaching for Football, Cricket, Baseball, Netball, Basketball, Volleyball, Hockey and Swimming.

 
 

The Richmond Park Preparatory School has been in existence for 60 years, having been started in or around 1956, but was registered with the Ministry of Education in 1976.

The school has an enviable record of academic achievement, as evidenced by the consistently excellent results in the national exams - 100% Mastery in Grade 4 Literacy & Numeracy in 2015
over 87% placement in traditional high schools in 2016. The school was ranked among the top 15 Preparatory schools in a survey done by Educate Jamaica in 2013.
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Hewden Enterprises Limited a wholly owned Jamaican company, was incorporated in June 1994, initially manufacturing a variety of sewn products for the local market. Shortly the reafter, the company began to specialize in the manufacturing of sportswear for various sporting activities and supplying gears for a wide range of customers including basic, primary and secondary schools up to the tertiary level and business institutions. On a number of occasions sports gears were made for customers in a number of Caribbean islands.

Since its establishment, Hewden Enterprises Limited has grown to become one of the main manufacturers of sportswear in Jamaica, providing customized gears under the brand name Gears Plus, with an enviable reputation for creativity, quality and dependability. Hewden Enterprises also engaged in contract manufacturing for third parties and can accommodate such ventures as practicable.
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The newest campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) was formally launched in Antigua & Barbuda on July 4 at the CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in 2008.

Th e Open Campus is an amalgamation of the previous Office of the Board for Non-Campus Countries & Distance Education (BNNCDE), the School of Continuing Studies (SCS), the UWI Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), and the Tertiary Level Institutions Unit (TLIU).

The Campus, which has nearly 50 physical site locations in 17 English-speaking Caribbean countries, offers multi-mode teaching and learning services through virtual and physical site locations across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus has developed a unique approach in the Caribbean region to enhancing the student experience in innovative continuing and professional education, undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education study programmes and courses by distance, blended, online and face-to-face learning modes.

We offer a three-ti ered registration structure to suit particular needs and educational backgrounds. The system allows our students to move and transfer within the entire University system to reach the required standard.

All of our convenient and high-quality undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional education programmes and courses, have been designed in direct response to meet the changing educational and training needs of the underserved communities across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus also works closely with our sister UWI Campuses at Cave Hill, Mona and St. Augustine to after many academic options in many key areas for Caribbean and global markets.
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Our Commitment

SINGER Jamaica Ltd is committed to providing employment to Jamaicans across the island and to ensuring that Jamaicans can live comfortably with items bou ght on Singer’s Flexible Credit Plans. Our dedicated personnel in our stores share our commitment to providing exceptional customer service and work tirelessly to ensure that now, more than ever, our customers will “Love to Shop at Singer.”Historical Overview

SINGER Jamaica Limited has had a presence in the world for 160 years and in Jamaica for over 100 years. The company began its operations in Jamaica by selling sewing machines. Salesmen travelled out in the field with pictures of sewing products to potential customers. When the sale was made the item was delivered to the customer using a handcart. The first retail store was opened on Harbour Street with four members of staff selling only one sewing machine each day. The company has experienced significant growth since and today sells a wide range of ele ctronics, appliances, furniture and bedding in addition to its sewing machine line. The Singer has 19 branches island-wide and employs over two hundred Jamaicans directly.We Taught Jamaicans to Sew

SINGER Jamaica, recognising the importance of personal development and especially the independence of women has been teaching sewing from our retail outlets since 1940. At our Sewing Academy we have taught over 7,000 Jamaicans to sew. Through our sewing programmes many persons have been able to start their own dressmaking business, thus providing an income for their families. Singer Jamaica has assisted many Secondary Schools and Skills Development Centres island-wide by donating sewing machines to assist in their sewing programmes and has even provided specialized training in areas such as Garment construction, Machine Embroidery and Drapery Making to teenage children in Kingston and in rural Jamaica.Supporting Local Manufacturers

SINGER is committed to fostering the growth of Jamaican small manufacturers as is seen in our reliance on local furniture suppliers. Presently, 70% of our furniture are bought locally from over 30 suppliers who employ jointly approximately 400 Jamaicans. Our furniture manufacturers are encouraged to create new and appealing designs and work closely with our purchasing team and quality assurance personnel to constantly refine their product quality. Singer throughout the years has become known for its exceptional product offering in the local furniture product and our products can be seen in the homes of Jamaicans across the island.Assistance to Schools / Homes

SINGER has assisted many schools through the provision of sewing machines and has taught children to sew through joint programs with children's homes and government institutions. We have for many years donated furniture and appliances to homes that care for children and the aged and continue to focus on these two sectors of our citizenry by way of donations. Sports

SINGER is an official sponsor of the Jamaican Olympic Team to London 2012, continuing our support of the Jamaica Olympic Association, which began in 2000, when we assisted in sponsoring the Jamaican contingent to the Olympics in Sydney, Australia. We were also sponsors of the team for Beijing 2008. We are proud of the achievements of our athletes and happy to do our part to assist in Jamaica's athletic success on the world stage.At SINGER we have been actively involved in assisting in the growth and development of sports in Jamaica. SINGER has fostered the development of sports through our donations to various High Schools for their sports programmes. Schools such as St. Jago High, Ardenne High School & Wolmers High, Campion College have benefited from our contribution. We have donated footballs to schools and community centres across Jamaica. In 2007 we also sponsored the Digicel Junior Under 17 Caribbean Cup.
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

TASTE RULES... YOUR WAY.
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

TASTE RULES... YOUR WAY.
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

TASTE RULES... YOUR WAY.
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The University of the West Indies (UWI) Mona campus offers world class, accredited higher education programmes in Jamaica, the region and the globe. We engage in research and development designed to support the social and economic growth of the Caribbean region, the provision of community service, and the enrichment of the academic experience.

University Of The West Indies are aim to provide high quality instruction in a vibrant, congenial, teaching and learning environment. Highly trained teachers and researchers drawn from local, regional and international sources constitute our Faculty, guaranteeing diversity in culture and a wide range of experiences. We are also committed to producing graduates who will become role models, committed to higher levels of excellence in performance, innovating regionally, and impacting globally.
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

TASTE RULES... YOUR WAY.
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The newest campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) was formally launched in Antigua & Barbuda on July 4 at the CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in 2008.

Th e Open Campus is an amalgamation of the previous Office of the Board for Non-Campus Countries & Distance Education (BNNCDE), the School of Continuing Studies (SCS), the UWI Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), and the Tertiary Level Institutions Unit (TLIU).

The Campus, which has nearly 50 physical site locations in 17 English-speaking Caribbean countries, offers multi-mode teaching and learning services through virtual and physical site locations across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus has developed a unique approach in the Caribbean region to enhancing the student experience in innovative continuing and professional education, undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education study programmes and courses by distance, blended, online and face-to-face learning modes.

We offer a three-ti ered registration structure to suit particular needs and educational backgrounds. The system allows our students to move and transfer within the entire University system to reach the required standard.

All of our convenient and high-quality undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional education programmes and courses, have been designed in direct response to meet the changing educational and training needs of the underserved communities across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus also works closely with our sister UWI Campuses at Cave Hill, Mona and St. Augustine to after many academic options in many key areas for Caribbean and global markets.
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Northern Caribbean University (NCU) is a private, liberal-arts institution, located in Jamaica, that is owned and operated by the Jamaica Union Conference and the Atlantic, Ca ribbean Union Mission of Seventh-day Adventists (comprising the territories the Bahamas, Cayman Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands). With its main campus only 2 miles south of the town of Mandeville, in Manchester, and three regional campuses situated in Kingston, Montego Bay and St. Ann, this university offers a number of professional, pre-professional and vocational programmes in a spiritually wholesome and aesthetically pleasing atmosphere.

NCU operates in harmony with the beliefs, practices and educational philosophy of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. As such, it encourages students to relate their academic pursuits to their understanding of the Christian faith. It emphasizes the development of a sound Christian character and seeks to maintain an atmosphere, which fosters in its students, commit ment and growth in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Thus, faith and learning combine to prepare students for practical Christian usefulness.

In their conduct and dealings, faculty, staff and students alike must comply with the standards set by the institution in keeping with our Seventh-day Adventist beliefs.

For more information about Seventh-day Adventist beliefs, visit http://www.adventist.org.
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The newest campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) was formally launched in Antigua & Barbuda on July 4 at the CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in 2008.

Th e Open Campus is an amalgamation of the previous Office of the Board for Non-Campus Countries & Distance Education (BNNCDE), the School of Continuing Studies (SCS), the UWI Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), and the Tertiary Level Institutions Unit (TLIU).

The Campus, which has nearly 50 physical site locations in 17 English-speaking Caribbean countries, offers multi-mode teaching and learning services through virtual and physical site locations across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus has developed a unique approach in the Caribbean region to enhancing the student experience in innovative continuing and professional education, undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education study programmes and courses by distance, blended, online and face-to-face learning modes.

We offer a three-ti ered registration structure to suit particular needs and educational backgrounds. The system allows our students to move and transfer within the entire University system to reach the required standard.

All of our convenient and high-quality undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional education programmes and courses, have been designed in direct response to meet the changing educational and training needs of the underserved communities across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus also works closely with our sister UWI Campuses at Cave Hill, Mona and St. Augustine to after many academic options in many key areas for Caribbean and global markets.
Read more......Read less

 
 

The newest campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) was formally launched in Antigua & Barbuda on July 4 at the CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in 2008.

Th e Open Campus is an amalgamation of the previous Office of the Board for Non-Campus Countries & Distance Education (BNNCDE), the School of Continuing Studies (SCS), the UWI Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), and the Tertiary Level Institutions Unit (TLIU).

The Campus, which has nearly 50 physical site locations in 17 English-speaking Caribbean countries, offers multi-mode teaching and learning services through virtual and physical site locations across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus has developed a unique approach in the Caribbean region to enhancing the student experience in innovative continuing and professional education, undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education study programmes and courses by distance, blended, online and face-to-face learning modes.

We offer a three-ti ered registration structure to suit particular needs and educational backgrounds. The system allows our students to move and transfer within the entire University system to reach the required standard.

All of our convenient and high-quality undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional education programmes and courses, have been designed in direct response to meet the changing educational and training needs of the underserved communities across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus also works closely with our sister UWI Campuses at Cave Hill, Mona and St. Augustine to after many academic options in many key areas for Caribbean and global markets.
Read more......Read less

 
 

The newest campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) was formally launched in Antigua & Barbuda on July 4 at the CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in 2008.

Th e Open Campus is an amalgamation of the previous Office of the Board for Non-Campus Countries & Distance Education (BNNCDE), the School of Continuing Studies (SCS), the UWI Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), and the Tertiary Level Institutions Unit (TLIU).

The Campus, which has nearly 50 physical site locations in 17 English-speaking Caribbean countries, offers multi-mode teaching and learning services through virtual and physical site locations across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus has developed a unique approach in the Caribbean region to enhancing the student experience in innovative continuing and professional education, undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education study programmes and courses by distance, blended, online and face-to-face learning modes.

We offer a three-ti ered registration structure to suit particular needs and educational backgrounds. The system allows our students to move and transfer within the entire University system to reach the required standard.

All of our convenient and high-quality undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional education programmes and courses, have been designed in direct response to meet the changing educational and training needs of the underserved communities across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus also works closely with our sister UWI Campuses at Cave Hill, Mona and St. Augustine to after many academic options in many key areas for Caribbean and global markets.
Read more......Read less

 
 

The newest campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) was formally launched in Antigua & Barbuda on July 4 at the CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in 2008.

Th e Open Campus is an amalgamation of the previous Office of the Board for Non-Campus Countries & Distance Education (BNNCDE), the School of Continuing Studies (SCS), the UWI Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), and the Tertiary Level Institutions Unit (TLIU).

The Campus, which has nearly 50 physical site locations in 17 English-speaking Caribbean countries, offers multi-mode teaching and learning services through virtual and physical site locations across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus has developed a unique approach in the Caribbean region to enhancing the student experience in innovative continuing and professional education, undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education study programmes and courses by distance, blended, online and face-to-face learning modes.

We offer a three-ti ered registration structure to suit particular needs and educational backgrounds. The system allows our students to move and transfer within the entire University system to reach the required standard.

All of our convenient and high-quality undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional education programmes and courses, have been designed in direct response to meet the changing educational and training needs of the underserved communities across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus also works closely with our sister UWI Campuses at Cave Hill, Mona and St. Augustine to after many academic options in many key areas for Caribbean and global markets.
Read more......Read less

 
 

The newest campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) was formally launched in Antigua & Barbuda on July 4 at the CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in 2008.

Th e Open Campus is an amalgamation of the previous Office of the Board for Non-Campus Countries & Distance Education (BNNCDE), the School of Continuing Studies (SCS), the UWI Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), and the Tertiary Level Institutions Unit (TLIU).

The Campus, which has nearly 50 physical site locations in 17 English-speaking Caribbean countries, offers multi-mode teaching and learning services through virtual and physical site locations across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus has developed a unique approach in the Caribbean region to enhancing the student experience in innovative continuing and professional education, undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education study programmes and courses by distance, blended, online and face-to-face learning modes.

We offer a three-ti ered registration structure to suit particular needs and educational backgrounds. The system allows our students to move and transfer within the entire University system to reach the required standard.

All of our convenient and high-quality undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional education programmes and courses, have been designed in direct response to meet the changing educational and training needs of the underserved communities across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus also works closely with our sister UWI Campuses at Cave Hill, Mona and St. Augustine to after many academic options in many key areas for Caribbean and global markets.
Read more......Read less

 
 

The newest campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) was formally launched in Antigua & Barbuda on July 4 at the CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in 2008.

Th e Open Campus is an amalgamation of the previous Office of the Board for Non-Campus Countries & Distance Education (BNNCDE), the School of Continuing Studies (SCS), the UWI Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), and the Tertiary Level Institutions Unit (TLIU).

The Campus, which has nearly 50 physical site locations in 17 English-speaking Caribbean countries, offers multi-mode teaching and learning services through virtual and physical site locations across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus has developed a unique approach in the Caribbean region to enhancing the student experience in innovative continuing and professional education, undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education study programmes and courses by distance, blended, online and face-to-face learning modes.

We offer a three-ti ered registration structure to suit particular needs and educational backgrounds. The system allows our students to move and transfer within the entire University system to reach the required standard.

All of our convenient and high-quality undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional education programmes and courses, have been designed in direct response to meet the changing educational and training needs of the underserved communities across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus also works closely with our sister UWI Campuses at Cave Hill, Mona and St. Augustine to after many academic options in many key areas for Caribbean and global markets.
Read more......Read less

 
 

The newest campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) was formally launched in Antigua & Barbuda on July 4 at the CARICOM Heads of Government Meeting in 2008.

Th e Open Campus is an amalgamation of the previous Office of the Board for Non-Campus Countries & Distance Education (BNNCDE), the School of Continuing Studies (SCS), the UWI Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC), and the Tertiary Level Institutions Unit (TLIU).

The Campus, which has nearly 50 physical site locations in 17 English-speaking Caribbean countries, offers multi-mode teaching and learning services through virtual and physical site locations across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus has developed a unique approach in the Caribbean region to enhancing the student experience in innovative continuing and professional education, undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education study programmes and courses by distance, blended, online and face-to-face learning modes.

We offer a three-ti ered registration structure to suit particular needs and educational backgrounds. The system allows our students to move and transfer within the entire University system to reach the required standard.

All of our convenient and high-quality undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional education programmes and courses, have been designed in direct response to meet the changing educational and training needs of the underserved communities across the Caribbean region.

The Open Campus also works closely with our sister UWI Campuses at Cave Hill, Mona and St. Augustine to after many academic options in many key areas for Caribbean and global markets.
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