HECOIN - leading people where they should go

Published: Thursday | August 29, 2013 Comments 0

A graduation ceremony for the second batch of occupational skilled workers for Canada is planned for September 2013 by Health, Education and Counselling Institute (HECOIN).

Close to 140 students will collect their certificates of participation at the Montego Bay Convention Centre, Rose Hall in St James. Minister of Labour and Social Security Derrick Kellier will be the guest speaker, and master of ceremonies will be Omar 'OT' Trowers of LOVE 101-FM. The students: hotel workers, electricians, mechanics, carpenters, plumbers, ducomen, millwrights, masons, communication technicians, refrigeration technicians, among others, represent all six operational campuses at HECOIN. The institution has spent immeasurable time preparing the students to be marketable and employable in Canada, which make HECOIN students well prepared for the global village in which they will soon live and work. The six-month Canadian immigration process is conducted by a licensed overseas employment agency, which is associated with HECOIN.

The next set of information sessions has already begun at all campuses and will end in time for the commencement of the third cohort, in October 2013. Interested persons are asked to contact the hotline numbers: 404-3296/336-2308/758-3929 or email hecoinskills@yahoo.com.

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