Review of the National Life Skills Curriculum 16 yrs+
A catalyst for personal & social development and well-being
Monday 23rd April, 2012 - The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Faculty of Engineering - 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Wednesday 25th April, 2012 - Naparima College, Independence Ave., San Fernando - 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Friday 4th May, 2012 Tobago Technology Centre, 79 Milford Rd, Canaan, Tobago - 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Registration begins at 7:30 am
• Principal traits of good character and a well-rounded, creative, resourceful & responsible person concerned for community
• Nurturing self-discipline & harmony with tools and approaches for handling challenges
• Enhancing peace & development within each person, family, neighbourhood, and work place as well as in the wider socio-economic & physical environment
• Our vision for advancing civilization in Trinidad and Tobago, in its Caribbean and global setting.
YOU CAN HAVE AN INPUT!
Employers, Religious and Community Leaders, Secondary School Principals, Teachers, Tertiary Education Lecturers, Students in Upper Secondary & Tertiary Education, Administrators, Tutors & Participants of Life Skills Programmes, NGOs & CBOs, Interested Members of the Public.
Book your seat now!
Life Skills Secretariat: 623-9922 ext 336 & 339 or
Register at least 1 week in advance
St. Augustine & San Fernando: Monday 16th April, 2012
Tobago: Friday 27th April, 2012
WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS on improving the existing curriculum are welcome, but must be received by 15th May 2012, and be addressed to:
MSTTE Life Skills Curriculum Review Committee
The International Waterfront Centre
Level 16-18, Tower C
#1a Wrightson Rd., Port-of-Spain
or Email: email@example.com
Copies of the Curriculum are available at OJT Centres,
and on MSTTE Website:
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