Barbadian Govt shares update on -time programmes for 2022-2023 intake

The Government of Barbados has shared updates on the full-time programmes for 2022-2023 intake. The applicant might choose the intake from more than 50 Technical as well as Vocational Programmes, as per the update by the government.

Barbadian Govt shares update on -time programmes for 2022-2023 intake
Barbadian Govt shares update on -time programmes for 2022-2023 intake

Barbados: The Government of Barbados has shared updates on the full-time programmes for 2022-2023 intake. The applicant might choose the intake from more than 50 Technical as well as Vocational Programmes, as per the update by the government.

The government notified, “What’s in your future? You can get the skills you need for the jobs you want at SJPI! Apply now for our full-time programmes for 2022-2023 intake! Choose from OVER 50 Technical and Vocational Programmes! To apply today! Visit: www.sjpi.edu.bb”

It further mentioned that it’s time to start planning your future.

The applicants can apply for these technical and vocational programmes till March 31, 2022.

To ease the process, the government has shared questions and answers with Shanique Agard, who is the past student of Class 2021.

The Q & A is as follow:-

  • Who inspired you?

My dad inspired me: he and my uncle are mechanics. Growing up in the workshop, I was fascinated with the fabrications and one day, my uncle asked me to help him sand a trunk. I enjoyed doing it, and I thought I am good at this. That was the day I decided what I wanted to do: then I applied to SJPI.

  • How would you describe your time at SJPI?

My experience at SJPI was worth it! The instructors were very patient: they were always encouraging me. I went l, I learned, I made the best of it. It was fun!

  • How has going to SJPI changed your life?

Before I went to SJPI, I was a supermarket cashier: now, I am a Contractor Paint Mixer at Courtesy Garage. I love my new job: I still get to learn new things every day.

  • What would you say to others who are trying to decide on a career path today?

I would encourage others to go to the SJPI, especially the Automotive Division, The teachers are accommodating and caring.