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EXPORT CENTRES COMPANY LIMITED
Our Mission: To provide a cadre of skilled and qualified craft artisans with the capacity to engage in craft entre-
RECRUITMENT OF CRAFT TUTORS
We are seeking Craft Tutors for our Level 2(two) and Level 3 (three) craft training programmes (2014) in the
following craft areas:
Jewellery Production - Seed
Jewellery Production -- Leather
Bead Needle Weaving (Jewellery)
Tutors will be required to effectively deliver the Assigned Craft Training Programme. He/She will also be
required to guide and assist the Programme Delivery Supervisor in developing the training support materials,
evaluate the trainees' performance based on the set evaluation design and support all training- related
activities at the Centre.
Functions/ Duties/ Responsibilities:
Effective delivery of the assigned Craft Training Programme.
Monitor and Evaluate performance of trainees.
Create an environment conducive to effective learning in order to facilitate the trainees' learning efforts.
Employ appropriate methodologies to meet the learning needs of trainees.
Attend regularly and on time all appointed sessions to ensure the un-interrupted delivery of the programme.
Liaise with the Programme Delivery Supervisor to ensure the availability of all tools, equipment and
other training aids.
Complete and submit all required administrative reports on scheduled deadlines.
Must have an Advance Certification/ Diploma in Craft.
Previous experience teaching or delivery of Craft Training.
NTA or City & Guild Assessor Certificate will be an asset.
Possession of Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) will be an asset.
Any equivalent combination of the above training, education or experience.
Please submit your detailed resume to:
The Human Resource Officer
Export Centre Company Limited
72- 73 Eastern Main Road
Contact Number: 674- 0476 ext 34, ext 30
Deadline for all applications is Friday 16th May 2014
National duo, Shaquille
Daniel and Ishmael Campbell
scored first-half penalty-corner
goals as Notre Dame held off
Fatima 2-1 to regain top spot
from Queen s Park in the race
for the T&T Hockey Board
Men s Championship Division
crown on Saturday.
Daniel fired his team ahead
in the 21st minute and a minute
before the half-time whistle
Campbell made it 2-0 for a
Nine minutes into the sec-
ond-half, Jordan Vieira pulled a
goal back for Fatima, but the
Dames managed to hold on for
the valuable three points to push
their tally to 19 from eight
matches, one ahead of the
Parkites while four-time defend-
ing champions, Petrotrin has 13
from eight matches in third.
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The trio of Dana-Lee De
Gannes, Vanessa Chewitt and
former national captain, Carol
Wynn-Whiteman all scored two
goals each as defending cham-
pions of the Women s Cham-
pionship Division, Notre Dame
rebounded from a 4-1 loss to
Courts Malvern by clobbering
Ventures 8-0 on Sunday.
De Gannes got her goals in
the seventh and 61st, Chewitt
in the 33rd and 65th and Wynn-
Whiteman, in the 44th and 55th,
while Blair Wynne (57th) and
Kayla Brathwaite (69th) added
one each in the lopsided victory
to carry their points tally to 11
from seven matches, the same
as Shandy Carib Magnolias
which has played a match less
and two behind Paragon.
However, Harvard Checkers
Kwylan Jaggassar netted the lone
goal in her team s 1-0 upset of
Magnolias, its first win in five
matches for four points.
Two days earlier, Checkers
and Notre Dame had battled to
a 1-1 draw with Sekayi Liburd
and Wynne on target for their
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Dames regain hockey lead from Parkites
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