36 results for Jamaica-Assn-Of-Local-Govt-Officers in Jamaica
 
 

The Shipping Assn of Ja has charted the developments in the Maritime Sector in Jamaica since the late 1930. The Shipping Assn of Ja has a strong committee structure, which sup ports the work of the Managing Committee. The Shipping Assn of Ja provides services which include Legal Research Advice, Representation and Lobbying, Industrial Relations, Security and Community Development, Public Relations and Communications, Meeting Point, Ambulance Service and General Member Services. Read more......Read less

 
 

Jamaica Hotel & Tourist Assn was established in 1961. Jamaica Hotel & Tourist Assn is the organization, which represents Jamaican hotels, other visitor accommodations as well as most suppliers of goods and services to the tourism industry. The main aim of the JHTA is to promote the development of Jamaica’s hospitality industry and to represent the interests of the members in all fora, locally, regionally and internationally. Read more......Read less

 
 

Missionary Church Assn In Ja exists to glorify God by reaching the lost through world evangelization, bringing believers to Christian maturity, and equipping for service and f ellowship in Christ's Church. Missionary Church Assn In Ja is an association of strong local congregations committed to, and involved in world evangelism and social outreach. Missionary Church Assn In Ja embraces the Holy Scriptures as the source of inspired authority for faith, life and ministry. Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Mfrs' Assn Ltd was established in 1947 as a limited liability company to promote the development of the manufacturing sector and provide contribution to the socio- economic welfare of the country by creating jobs and improving the standard of living for all . The Jamaica Mfrs' Assn Ltd provides services, which includes Essential Services, Equipment and Supplies for sale, Office, Warehouse and Factory Space, Financing Options, Incentives Available and Grant Funding Options. Read more......Read less

 
 

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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Crichton Mullings & Associates is the preeminent professional business services firm serving the Caribbean Community doing business in North America. Crichton Mullings & Assoc iates specializes in the skills and practices demanded by the new economy and the global business environment. Crichton Mullings & Associates is a full service business services firm, providing the full range of Attestation, Accounting, Consulting And Technology Services. Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of five teachers' associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)
Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2, H2)
Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATTI)
The Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATTS)
The Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2).

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the e ducation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.
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Missionary Church Assn In Ja exists to glorify God by reaching the lost through world evangelization, bringing believers to Christian maturity, and equipping for service and f ellowship in Christ's Church. Missionary Church Assn In Ja is an association of strong local congregations committed to, and involved in world evangelism and social outreach. Missionary Church Assn In Ja embraces the Holy Scriptures as the source of inspired authority for faith, life and ministry. Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Association of Local Government Officers (JALGO) is a Public Sector union which operates in Jamaica. The Association was formed in November 1940 and represents sev eral categories of workers in Local and Central Government, as well as Statutory Bodies and quasi- Government Agencies in Jamaica, including Firefighters, Officers and Sub-Officers, as well as civilian staff of the Jamaica Fire Brigade, employees in the Pre-supervisory and Supervisory units of the National Water Commission, workers in the Island's hospitals and Health Service, schools and Parish Councils. Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
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The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

 
 

The Jamaica Teachers' Association came into being on April 2, 1964 when the instruments governing the membership and procedures of the body were examined and ratified at the i naugural conference held on that date. The resolutions constituting the Association were passed at a special conference at Excelsior High School auditorium on December 14, 1963.

The Association was formed from the merger of the five teacher’s associations that existed at the time, namely:

Jamaica Union of Teachers (JUT)

Association of Headmasters and Headmistresses (H2 H2) Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (ATII) the Association of Teacher Training Staffs (ATIS) the Association of Assistant Masters and Mistresses (A2 M2)

The Associations pursued parallel and separate objectives until the late 1950's when proposals to unify began to take shape. Jamaica's attainment of self-government in 1957 the introduction of the free place system and the draft bill to regulate the educ ation system provided greater impetus for unity. Consequently the executives of the five groups formed the Joint Executives of Teachers' Associations (JETA) in 1957. It was mandated to make representation on matters related to education and teachers. It was in pursuance of this mandate that the groups eventually decided to unify into a single teacher's organisation, the Jamaica Teachers' Association.

Our Multiple Lociations:

Fairview Pk Lot 3 Bogue Est Montego Bay
St James
Jamaica
876-952-5205
876-952-4683
876-971-8437

BrTn Court St
876-975-2420

Lnsd 74 King St
876-985-2721
876-985-7993

Mdvl 5 1/2 Caledonia Rd
876-962-1318
876-625-1201

MrBy 2 Georges St
876-982-2468
876-703-6823

MyPn 2 Bryant Cres
876-986-2150
876-986-1224

PIAn 22 West St
876-993-3346
876-715-1700

PIMa 6 Stennett St
876-994-2525
876-725-0184

Ptmr Shop 25A
Portmore Mall
876-988-7439
876-93 9-2497

StCz Beadles Plaza
876-966-248 1
876-966-35 75

Svlm 110 Grt George St
876-955-2977
Read more......Read less

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