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🍎 Happy Teacher's Appreciation Week! 🎉
This week, we celebrate the pillars of our TVET family - our dedicated educators who are not just teachers but skill sculptors, shaping the hands and minds that build the future.
Your dedication to competency-based education lights the way for our students' bright futures.
Today and every day, we celebrate and appreciate YOU! 🌟
Happy Thanksgiving Holiday Saint Lucia!
Today, as we gather with loved ones and reflect upon the blessings of the year, the TVET Unit is also taking a moment to express our heartfelt gratitude. We are thankful for the relentless passion, hard work, and creativity of our students, educators, and partners who are shaping a skilled, innovative, and resilient workforce for our beloved island.
This year, we have seen remarkable achievements, faced challenges with courage, and together, have grown stronger. We're building bridges to opportunities, enhancing skills, and empowering our youth to shine bright. Every hand that contributes, every mind that innovates, and every heart that believes in the transformative power of a TVET education, plays a crucial role in weaving the beautiful tapestry of our progress.
As we plan the way forward, let’s also ignite the spark of commitment to learning, excellence, and to each other. May the journey ahead be filled with new achievements and collaborations that uplift us all.
Happy Thanksgiving! Let’s embrace the future with skills, hope, and unity. 🌟💪🏽🍁
🎉 Exciting News, TVET Family! 🎉
We’re always looking for ways to connect closer with YOU - and we’re thrilled to announce our brand-new WhatsApp Channel! 📱✨
Why wait to get the latest updates, news, and happenings at the TVET Unit? Join us on WhatsApp and be the first to know! From exclusive insights to special announcements, we’re bringing it all directly to your fingertips.
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Don’t miss out! Click the link above and let’s take our conversation to the next level. Together, let’s shape a vibrant, skill-filled future! 💬🚀
🌼 Building Bridges of Understanding at Stanley Jon Odlum Memorial Secondary School with TVET! 🌼
Today, as part of our continuous series of staff engagements across the four schools, the TVET Unit team at the Saint Lucia Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation had the honor of reconnecting with the passionate educators and dedicated staff of Stanley Jon Odlum Memorial Secondary. These visits are not just events on a calendar; they represent our unwavering commitment to ongoing dialogue, understanding, and collaboration.
In the heart of our discussions lies the transformation process - and hearing the genuine concerns and hopes from those on the ground is invaluable. It reinforces our shared mission at the TVET Unit: to steadfastly support and shape the future of competency-based training, ensuring every student is prepared for tomorrow's challenges.
Stanley Jon Odlum, your voice is crucial in this transformative narrative. With every conversation, we come closer to realizing our shared vision of a brighter, skills-focused future! 🌟💪
Edu Saint Lucia Saint Lucia Council for Technical Vocational Education & Training- Slctvet District Four Education Office Saint Lucia Human Capital Resilience Project
🌟 Continuing the Conversation at Piaye Secondary School 🌟
Today marked another meaningful chapter in our ongoing series of staff discussions. The TVET Unit team at the Saint Lucia Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation had the honor of engaging with the dedicated TVET teachers and administration at Piaye Secondary School . Their insights, experiences, and genuine concerns are invaluable in guiding the transformation journey we're embarking upon.
These dialogues across the four schools aren't just meetings; they're bridges, fostering understanding, collaboration, and shared visions. As we navigate this transformative era in education, the TVET Unit remains steadfast in its mandate: to champion and cultivate the future of competency-based training.
Thank you, Saint Lucia Human Capital Resilience Project, for being an integral part of this exciting voyage. Together, we're not only shaping curriculums, but also empowering the next generation with the skills to shine. 🌱✨
Edu Saint Lucia Saint Lucia Council for Technical Vocational Education & Training- Slctvet
🎈✨ Creativity Takes Flight at Stanley Jon Odlum Memorial Secondary School ✨🎈
Our Form 3 students are bringing joy and color to our halls as they immerse themselves in Event Management Balloon Craft Level 1 CVQ. Today, they showcased their burgeoning skills with impressive designs: from the vibrant Traffic Light pattern to the elegant Spiral, the delicate Flower Petal, and the playful Dot Pattern!
Witnessing their creativity and precision, we're reminded of the transformative power of a skills-based education. Beyond just crafting balloons, these students are developing attention to detail, patience, and a sense of artistry—traits that will serve them well in any future endeavor.
Here's to our budding event managers and the boundless possibilities that skills-based learning brings! At Stanley Jon Odlum Memorial, we believe in hands-on education that shapes not just careers, but futures. 🌟
Saint Lucia Council for Technical Vocational Education & Training- Slctvet Saint Lucia Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation Edu Saint Lucia
🌟 Spotlight on Skills: Agriculture Students in Action at the Grande Riviere Secondary School !🌟
Today, we're shining a light on our talented Form 3 agriculture students who are developing the skill of trenching! With spades in hand and spirits high, they're digging deep not just into the soil, but into a world of hands-on learning and skill development.
This is TVET in action! 👷♂️👷♀️ Witnessing our students transform theoretical knowledge into practical skills is a testament to the power and impact of a skills-based education. Each trench dug is a step towards self-reliance, competence, and readiness for the dynamic world ahead.
At the Grande Riviere Secondary School, they're not just cultivating crops; they're nurturing future-ready individuals equipped with skills to thrive. Thank You, Saint Lucia Human Capital Resilience Project , for laying the groundwork for educational excellence! 🚀
Be Part of PRESENT 2023, (Proudly Representing Each School Exalting our Nation's Teachers) on Thursday Oct 5th 2023. The Ministry of Education invites you to put on your school uniform in commemoration of Teacher's Week 2023. Mètè had lekòl ou'
🌟 A Warm Saint Lucian Welcome to Our JICA Volunteers! 🌟
We're excited to announce the arrival of two esteemed volunteers from JICA Saint Lucia Office, Japan, to the TVET Unit at the Saint Lucia Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation
🍜 Ms. Saya Nakata: Having honed her culinary skills at a Japanese hotel restaurant, she'll be sharing her culinary expertise with us as a cooking instructor.
🌱 And Mr. Hiroshi Satomi: Drawing from his rich experience in vegetable cultivation across Japan, Vietnam, and Turkey, he'll be guiding us as a vegetable cultivation instructor.
This collaboration isn't just about skill transfer. It's a beautiful opportunity for the people of Saint Lucia to work side by side with Saya-san and Hiroshi-san, imbibing invaluable skills and knowledge. In doing so, we strengthen the bonds of friendship and mutual understanding between our two nations.
🌱 Deepening Connections at Anse Ger Secondary School with TVET! 🌱
Our journey of engagement continues! The team from the TVET Unit from the Saint Lucia Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation was warmly welcomed by the passionate educators and dedicated administration at Anse Ger Secondary School. We delved into deep discussions, hearing their genuine concerns and insights about the ongoing transformation process generously funded by Saint Lucia Human Capital Resilience Project.
This visit is another chapter in our series of staff dialogues, and we are ever-inspired by the collective dedication to progress. Our unwavering mandate? To champion and nurture the future of competency-based training for every learner.
Thank you, Anse Ger, for your heartfelt contributions to this collective mission. Together, we're crafting a brighter educational horizon! ☀️✨
🤝 Bridging Connections at Grande Riviere Secondary School with TVET! 🤝
Today was a day of meaningful dialogue and partnership. Our team from the TVET Unit at the Saint Lucia Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation had the privilege of meeting with the dedicated TVET teachers and school administration of Grande Riviere Secondary School . Listening to their valuable insights and concerns regarding the transformation process was enlightening.
We remain unwavering in our commitment to supporting the evolution of competency-based training. Together with the funding and support of Saint Lucia Human Capital Resilience Project we're forging a brighter, skilled future for our students. 💪✨
Thank you, Grande Riviere Secondary, for your warmth and collaborative spirit! 🙏
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🌟 Exciting Times Ahead! 🌟
As we step into a new school year, we're thrilled to welcome our students to FOUR TVET-focused schools! 🏫✨ We're committed to empowering our youth with the skills of the future.
Join us in embracing this new chapter for technical and vocational education. Together, we shape the innovators and leaders of tomorrow. 💪🎓
✨ - Art Educator's Conference 2018! ✨
Throwing it back to the Art Educator's Conference in 2018, a day filled with inspiration, creativity, and connection. The art therapy session was a highlight, showcasing the transformative power of art.
Inspiration is the seed, creation is the journey, and sharing is the joy.
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Hello TVET family! 😊 Taking a nostalgic journey today back to our roots. Here's a snapshot from 2019's Summer Institute Teacher Training.
From the hands-on training sessions, the dedicated teachers and trainers, to the evolving curricula that kept us ahead, it's awe-inspiring to witness the growth and evolution of our TVET community. Were you there or do you remember this? Share your favorite moments from our institution in the comments!
Ministry of Education reimagines the future of TVET St. Lucia News Now -
🤝 Collaboration in Action! On August 15th, 2023, our TVET Unit held an important sensitization meeting about the "TVET Schools Transformation Project" - turning four of our secondary schools into dedicated TVET institutes. Present were TVET Unit personnel and our esteemed Education Consultant, Mr. Marcus Edward. 🏫
Thrilled to have stakeholders like Mrs Marina Suraj, Mrs Lisa Florent-Montoute and Mr Glen Simon from the The National Competitiveness And Productivity Council - St. Lucia, Ms Roycelyn Howell representing Small Business Development Centre - SBDC, Saint Lucia and Ms Juliet Sutherland from Saint Lucia Hospitality & Tourism Association - SLHTA join the conversation. This is all part of our journey to strengthen partnerships and ensure our TVET education aligns with industry needs. 🔗🌟
The support of the Saint Lucia Human Capital Resilience Project has been instrumental in bringing this entire project to fruition.
Together, with shared vision and unwavering commitment, we are shaping a brighter future for Saint Lucia's education and its promising next generation." 🌟
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🎉 Happy Emancipation Day, Saint Lucia! 🎉 Today, we honor the enduring spirit of our ancestors who fought for freedom and equality.
As Nelson Mandela once said:
"For to be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others."
Let's remember these wise words and continue to work towards a future of unity and peace for all.
The TVET Unit at the Saint Lucia Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation is thrilled to share a remarkable achievement that took place from July 10th to July 25, 2023! 🎉 Our dedicated teachers embarked on an enriching journey of creativity and innovation through a captivating Fashion Design workshop as part of the 2023 Summer Institute. The training was facilitated by Saint Lucia Human Capital Resilience Project and was held at the Stanley Jon Odlum Memorial Secondary School. 🎨🧵
👩🏫 Empowering Educators for a Brighter Future 👨🏫
Our teachers embraced this incredible opportunity to hone their skills and immerse themselves in the world of fashion design.
Why Teacher Training Matters
🌱 Nurturing Talent: By investing in teacher training, we amplify the potential of our educators to inspire and guide students towards rewarding career paths in the creative industry. 🎨👩🎨
🏭 Bridging the Skills Gap: Empowered teachers bring real-world industry practices into the classroom, ensuring that students receive relevant and up-to-date knowledge, paving the way for a skilled workforce. 🛠️👨🔧
🌐 Embracing Innovation: Our teachers' participation in the Fashion Design workshop showcases their commitment to embracing innovation and staying ahead of the curve in the ever-evolving world of design and textiles. 💭💪
🎉 **Join Us in Celebrating Our Educators' Achievements!** 🎉
Share the joy and let the world know that ! 🌍💙
🌟 FLASHBACK to 2017 and to our Clothing and Textile teacher training workshop! 🧵Teachers' development is key to nurturing creative minds! By honing their skills, they inspire their students and lead by example. Let's celebrate the power of training and skills development! 👩🎨🎓
Secondary School teachers participate in a Hydroponics Training to enhance the Agriculture Science programs at their schools. In response to critical issues of food security and climate smart agriculture practices, the TVET Unit conceptualized this training activity. The aim is also dispel stereotypes centered around occupations in the agricultural field and encourage training in diverse aspects relating to agriculture. The training which ran from August 29th to September 2nd, 2022 was held at the Grande Riviere Secondary School and was funded by the HCRP. The training was facilitated by experts of the Ministry of Agriculture.
The team of the TVET Unit extends warm wishes to everyone. It has been a rollercoaster year filled with challenges, opportunities and changes. However, our team has held strong through wonderful team spirit of warmth, collegiality, understanding, compassion and empathy. And so we share with you this year's special Christmas tree. The creative and innovative spirit that distinguishes the TVET Unit produced this beautiful tree from recycled toilet paper rolls. We collected them for a while and have decorated, assembled and lit up our 'tree' filled with good cheer, humor and positive messages.
Our team wishes all our collaborators, colleagues, friends, teachers, principals, students and our fellow St Lucians especially our skilled workers a blessed season and a New Year filled with hope and light. God bless us all.
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