Shown from left to right are BTVI’s Associate Vice President of the Northern Campus, Veronica Collie; BTVI adjunct carpentry instructor, Godwyn Scott; BTVI President, Dr. Robert W. Robertson and Technical Services Manager, Wellington Bain
Dr. Robertson noted that BTVI’s Freeport campus has more than doubled its enrollment within the past few years from an annual average of 250 to more than 500 based on three key reasons: Firstly, BTVI’s success of securing City and Guilds’ status and becoming a Cisco Academy. Also, introduction by the government of the Be Your Own Boss (BYOB) Scholarship program has greatly expanded access to technical and vocational programs at BTVI.
Dr Robertson said BTVI will continue to work with high schools throughout The Bahamas, attending recruitment exercises where information will be provided of the options for students to develop careers in technical vocational education and training (TVET).
He pointed to BTVI’s thrust of continuing to pride itself on offering courses and programs that represent affordable excellence.
BTVI Cosmetology students show off their skills during St. George’s High School’s recent technical vocational and science exhibition.
The skills of BTVI Cosmetology students were on display during the St. George’s technical vocational and science exhibition.
BTVI students who have learned the art of nail technology were pleased to demonstrate their knowledge to those attending the fair.
BTVI’s Admissions Officer, Kayla Hall, speaks to students about a career in technical vocational education and training.
BTVI clerk, Nadanique Guillory, assists students interested in finding out more information about the institution during the recent St. George’s technical vocational and science exhibition.