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HEART Trust NTA Skills Training Centre at Crooked River, Clarendon, gets an upgrade

Published:Friday | August 25, 2017 | 12:00 AM
(From left) Wayne Battiste, manager of community training interventions HEART Trust/NTA; Elizabeth Terry, senior director (acting) workforce development and employment HEART Trust/NTA; Horace Dalley, member of parliament, Northern Clarendon; Stefano Cilli, attaché/programme manager, Rural Development and Environment Delegation of the European Union to Jamaica, Belize, the Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, and the Cayman Islands; Masanori Nakano, ambassador of Japan to Jamaica; Jennifer Walker, executive director (acting) of HEART Trust NTA, at the unveiling the plaque of the new Skills Training Centre at Crooked River, Clarendon, from the Japanese Government under their Grant Assistance for Grassroots and Human Security Project valued at US$100,803 (J$11m approximately) on August 11.
Ambassador of Japan to Jamaica Masanori Nakano gets a ‘heads up’ in hairdressing skills at the New Skills Training Centre at Crooked River, Clarendon.