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The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech) dates its beginning from 1958, originally as the Jamaica Institute of Technology. In 1959 the name of the institution was changed to the College of Arts, Science and Technology and it became incorporated in the College of Arts, Science and Technology (CAST) Scheme of 1959. This was validated by an Act of Parliament in 1964. In 1986, the CAST Scheme was revised in order to make the College a degree-granting institution, and the College became legally empowered to conduct its affairs under a governing Council and Academic Board.

The institution was formally accorded University status on September 1, 1995 as the University of Technology, Jamaica. The University of Technology, Jamaica Act 27 - 1999, which makes permanent provisions for the establishment of the University of Technology, Jamaica, was approved by Parliament on June 8, 1999 and signed into law by the Governor General on June 29, 1999.

UTECH has academic offerings, wit h emphasis on flexibility of approach, work-based learning and professional linkages. The Flexibility in UTECH academic offerings is reflected in the various modes of programme delivery, which include full-time and part-time and cooperative work based programmes.

In addition, several programmes are franchised in a number of Community Colleges and most programmes are linked to national and international professional organisations. UTECH has brought hope and a sense of pride to the citizens of Western Jamaica with the advent of the UTECH Western Campus, which has opened its doors at the Trelawny Multipurpose stadium.

On Wednesday, September 7, 2011, UTECH hosted an Opening Ceremony and Information Session at the stadium, which was attended by a large gathering of members of government, civic leaders, educators, students and citizens who came to witness the historic event.
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The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech) dates its beginning from 1958, originally as the Jamaica Institute of Technology. In 1959 the name of the institution was changed to the College of Arts, Science and Technology and it became incorporated in the College of Arts, Science and Technology (CAST) Scheme of 1959. This was validated by an Act of Parliament in 1964. In 1986, the CAST Scheme was revised in order to make the College a degree-granting institution, and the College became legally empowered to conduct its affairs under a governing Council and Academic Board.

The institution was formally accorded University status on September 1, 1995 as the University of Technology, Jamaica. The University of Technology, Jamaica Act 27 - 1999, which makes permanent provisions for the establishment of the University of Technology, Jamaica, was approved by Parliament on June 8, 1999 and signed into law by the Governor General on June 29, 1999.

UTECH has academic offerings, wit h emphasis on flexibility of approach, work-based learning and professional linkages. The Flexibility in UTECH academic offerings is reflected in the various modes of programme delivery, which include full-time and part-time and cooperative work based programmes.

In addition, several programmes are franchised in a number of Community Colleges and most programmes are linked to national and international professional organisations. UTECH has brought hope and a sense of pride to the citizens of Western Jamaica with the advent of the UTECH Western Campus, which has opened its doors at the Trelawny Multipurpose stadium.

On Wednesday, September 7, 2011, UTECH hosted an Opening Ceremony and Information Session at the stadium, which was attended by a large gathering of members of government, civic leaders, educators, students and citizens who came to witness the historic event.
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The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech) dates its beginning from 1958, originally as the Jamaica Institute of Technology. In 1959 the name of the institution was changed to the College of Arts, Science and Technology and it became incorporated in the College of Arts, Science and Technology (CAST) Scheme of 1959. This was validated by an Act of Parliament in 1964. In 1986, the CAST Scheme was revised in order to make the College a degree-granting institution, and the College became legally empowered to conduct its affairs under a governing Council and Academic Board.

The institution was formally accorded University status on September 1, 1995 as the University of Technology, Jamaica. The University of Technology, Jamaica Act 27 - 1999, which makes permanent provisions for the establishment of the University of Technology, Jamaica, was approved by Parliament on June 8, 1999 and signed into law by the Governor General on June 29, 1999.

UTECH has academic offerings, wit h emphasis on flexibility of approach, work-based learning and professional linkages. The Flexibility in UTECH academic offerings is reflected in the various modes of programme delivery, which include full-time and part-time and cooperative work based programmes.

In addition, several programmes are franchised in a number of Community Colleges and most programmes are linked to national and international professional organisations. UTECH has brought hope and a sense of pride to the citizens of Western Jamaica with the advent of the UTECH Western Campus, which has opened its doors at the Trelawny Multipurpose stadium.

On Wednesday, September 7, 2011, UTECH hosted an Opening Ceremony and Information Session at the stadium, which was attended by a large gathering of members of government, civic leaders, educators, students and citizens who came to witness the historic event.
Read more......Read less

 
 

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech) dates its beginning from 1958, originally as the Jamaica Institute of Technology. In 1959 the name of the institution was changed to the College of Arts, Science and Technology and it became incorporated in the College of Arts, Science and Technology (CAST) Scheme of 1959. This was validated by an Act of Parliament in 1964. In 1986, the CAST Scheme was revised in order to make the College a degree-granting institution, and the College became legally empowered to conduct its affairs under a governing Council and Academic Board.

The institution was formally accorded University status on September 1, 1995 as the University of Technology, Jamaica. The University of Technology, Jamaica Act 27 - 1999, which makes permanent provisions for the establishment of the University of Technology, Jamaica, was approved by Parliament on June 8, 1999 and signed into law by the Governor General on June 29, 1999.

UTECH has academic offerings, wit h emphasis on flexibility of approach, work-based learning and professional linkages. The Flexibility in UTECH academic offerings is reflected in the various modes of programme delivery, which include full-time and part-time and cooperative work based programmes.

In addition, several programmes are franchised in a number of Community Colleges and most programmes are linked to national and international professional organisations. UTECH has brought hope and a sense of pride to the citizens of Western Jamaica with the advent of the UTECH Western Campus, which has opened its doors at the Trelawny Multipurpose stadium.

On Wednesday, September 7, 2011, UTECH hosted an Opening Ceremony and Information Session at the stadium, which was attended by a large gathering of members of government, civic leaders, educators, students and citizens who came to witness the historic event.
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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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OSHERMS Consultant (Occupational Safety Health Environment Risk Management and Security) is a relatively new safety business established in 2014 out of the brain and passion o f Cleve Anthony Henry, a safety professional with over twenty years’ experience in occupational safety, health, environment, risk management and security in the power generation at sea and manufacturing industries.

CEO, Mr. Cleve Henry, is the recipient of several safety international awards. He acquired qualifications at St. Andrew Technical high School (STATHS), Jamaican Institute of Management (JIM), University of Technology (UTECH) and University of Greenwich in London, England.

Even though the business is fairly new, the operation team members made up of Fire Safety Engineers, Medical Doctors, Occupational Health Advisors, Environmental Managers, Quality Managers, Security Managers, Risk Managers, Safety Managers, and Students from University of Technology and University of the West Indies, Line Workers and Contractors
most of which have over twenty years’ experience in their respective disciplines.

OSHERMS Consultant focuses on eliminating costly and time consuming accidents from your businesses.

OSHERMS Consultant focuses on the occupational and industrial aspects of safety which are often times neglected, these areas of focus include, but are not limited to: construction safety, work at height, confined space, hot work, excavation, demolition, risk assessment, inspection, safety orientation, accident investigation, emergency response, farming and agricultural safety, implementation of safety programme.

We also do motivational speeches for companies that experience lost time accidents.

OSHERMS Consultant provides trained and certified safety officers to the many construction companies that undertake long and or short term projects without the use of safety officers to prevent accident and ensure compliance.

OSHERMS Consultant provides a ll safety training needs, safety supplies, fire safety needs and installation.
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