Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : July 20th 2014 Contents A40
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Bristow Caribbean Limited, a leader in aviation services for the energy industry, is seeking
suitable applicants for the position of
TRAINEE HELICOPTER ENGINEERS
Bristow is seeking self-motivated, enthusiastic and committed individuals to join our Bristow team
Bristow, a civil helicopter transport company has proudly served the offshore oil transport industry in major
exploration and production arenas for more than 50 years and has been responsible for many industry-
leading technological innovations.
Bristow has earned a reputation for being a strong, safe and reliable service provider through technical
competence, rigorous attention to procedure and a renowned safety culture.
As part of our long term plan to continue to provide consistent superior services we have implemented
various programs. One such program that we are excited to begin is an engineering apprenticeship
program. This program will give individuals the opportunity to become certified Aircraft Engineers. It would
include practical and theoretical training that will equip individuals with the knowledge, skills and abilities
to maintain numerous types of aircrafts in an airworthy state. As apprentices you will complete the LRTT
Part-147 aviation course in the UK and then move into Line/Base maintenance in Trinidad to increase
your experience and attain your engineering license within 4 years. All apprentices will be bonded for 3
years after the end of the course.
In order to be considered for selection, candidates must be able to:
• Undergo aptitude assessments in which to demonstrate the ability to become a Bristow engineer.
An aptitude towards mechanics or electronics is required
Self-motivated, enthusiastic and committed individual
Demonstrate good communication skills, have a sound knowledge of the company and the ability
to work in teams
Legible handwriting (written essay exams on the course take 40% of the pass mark for neatness).
Citizen of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
5 O' level passes inclusive of Mathematics, English Language and Physics (Grades 1 or 11)
3 A' Level passes
A desirable advantage of an EET or MET Mechanical or equivalent enrolment or degree would be
favored but not required
Applicants can apply through our career portal
Applications should reach no later than 31st July 2014
Bristow Caribbean Limited is an equal opportunity employer.
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged.
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EL ALTO---Alicia weaves through El
Alto s stalled traffic under a blazing
sun, hawking colourful woven flowers
to grumpy drivers and lovers.
With luck, the 12-year-old and her
mother will together muster US$18 by
day s end, all the while keeping watch
over her younger brother and sister,
ages eight and six.
"It is difficult for my mother to sell
alone because she has to look after my
siblings," said Alicia, who normally goes
to school in the afternoon but is using
her vacation to help her mother by
working the entire day. As her siblings
sleep, her mother knits the flowers that
While most of the world is trying to
diminish child labour, Bolivia is on the
verge of becoming the first nation to
legalise it from age ten. Congress has
approved the proposal and all that s
now required is President Evo Morales
The bill s sponsors say lowering the
minimum work age from 14 simply
acknowledges a reality: Many poor fam-
ilies in Bolivia have no other choice
than for their kids to work. The bill
offers working children safeguards, they
"Child labour already exists in Bolivia
and it s difficult to fight it. Rather than
persecute it, we want to protect the
rights and guarantee the labour security
of children," said Sen Adolfo Mendoza,
one of the bill s sponsors.
Under the legislation, ten year olds
Bolivia on verge
of legalising work
from age ten
In this January 28 photo, a boy walks under backpacks that belong to children who work as porters at the El
Abasto market in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. A 2008 study done by the International Labour Organization and
Bolivian government found that 850,000 children ages five to 17 were working in Bolivia, roughly half in the
countryside and half in the cities. AP PHOTO
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