Sixth-formers now able to access training under Career Advancement Programme
The education ministry has expanded the Career Advancement Programme (CAP) to some 6,000 sixth form students to pursue both academic and vocational certification.
In a release, the ministry explained that the CAP sixth-form option will include a skill component based on course offerings within particular institutions. The vocation will be offered in high schools and community colleges that have a registered and established sixth-form programme.
Skill programmes offered under CAP include Hospitality, Tourism, Information Communication Technology, Commercial, Construction, Agriculture and Health Services.
CAP also provides a technical option designed for students who choose technical oriented vocations. A general option has also been designed for students who need further education and training.
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