24 results for Kings-Rental-Real-Est-Agcy in Jamaica
 
 

Auto King Parts & Accessories are the leader in the sale of auto parts & motor vehicle accessories situated in Grange Lane, West Cumberland, Portmore, Jamaica.

Auto Kin g Parts & Accessories supply a wide variety of genuine and generic parts. As well as new and used parts for the popular make vehicles of Daihatsu, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Subaru, Suzuki, Mazda, BMW & Mitsubishi.

Auto King Parts & Accessories are now also a certified used car dealer in Portmore, Jamaica. We specialize in Daihatsu, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Subaru, Suzuki, Mazda, BMW & Mitsubishi motor vehicles. We accommodate special orders and concessions.

Auto King Parts & Accessories staff are highly knowledgeable and experienced and ready to assist your every need.

Give us a call today!
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Auto King Parts & Accessories are the leader in the sale of auto parts & motor vehicle accessories situated in Grange Lane, West Cumberland, Portmore, Jamaica.

Auto Kin g Parts & Accessories supply a wide variety of genuine and generic parts. As well as new and used parts for the popular make vehicles of Daihatsu, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Subaru, Suzuki, Mazda, BMW & Mitsubishi.

Auto King Parts & Accessories are now also a certified used car dealer in Portmore, Jamaica. We specialize in Daihatsu, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Subaru, Suzuki, Mazda, BMW & Mitsubishi motor vehicles. We accommodate special orders and concessions.

Auto King Parts & Accessories staff are highly knowledgeable and experienced and ready to assist your every need.

Give us a call today!
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KingAlarm Systems began operations in March 2000 and, in a relatively short time, has become the largest Electronic Security Company not just in Jamaica but the entire Caribbe an, serving in excess of 8,000 satisfied customers.

KingAlarm specialises in the installation and servicing of Electronic Security Systems for both Residential and Commercial applications.

We operate our own 24 Hour Central Monitoring Centre, and utilise our own highly trained Armed Response Teams, in providing Monitoring and Armed Response Services to priority alarm signals from our client locations.

Our state-of-the-art Monitoring Centre is manned round the clock by at least five (5) specialist Central Station Operators, and same is equipped with fully redundant systems to ensure uninterrupted service in the event of emergencies, loss of power or equipment failure.

KingAlarm has consistently maintained the very best Response Team: Client ratio in the Industry, therefore ensuring the b est possible response times to all emergencies, and making our service second to none.

All KingAlarm monitored clients benefit from the FREE Ambulance Response Service at their primary locations, along with free Roadside Assistance, Escort and Party Patrol services all of which were conceptualized by us and introduced to the market at the time of our inception.

KingAlarm offers complete system design and reliable after sales service, along with FREE Risk Assessments, Security Audits and Surveys.

Aside from offering state-of-the-art equipment backed by the excellent Customer Service, we at KingAlarm ensure that our products and services are cost effectively priced to suit your pocket.

As such, we have been credited for making high quality Electronic Security Systems not just a luxury for the chosen few, but available, and affordable, to more and more persons across the Jamaican landscape.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Seacrest Beach Hotel is located approximately one and half hours from the Donald Sangster International Airport. It is also in close proximity to ocho rios where famous attrac tions such as Dunn's River Falls are located, as well as great areas for satisfying souvenir and general shopping needs.

The hotel is situated on the ocean front with 38 luxurious rooms and villas , some with a private balcony overlooking the ocean.

Most rooms are fitted with king sized beds, full-sized bathrooms,have air conditioning and are equipped with television sets with full cable programming. There is also a honeymoon suite as well as two mini suites . The property also provides a one bedroom and two bedroom villa with kitchen facilities for those who would like to take their families on vacation.

We also accommodate those with conference,wedding, meeting and banquet needs.

Our conference room seats 70 people theatre style and 50 persons banquet style.
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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
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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
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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

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