St Kitts and Nevis: Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) of the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) shared a glimpse of the flashback to the World of Work (WoW) Programme that was organized by the CCM Youth Arm and facilitated by Camara Lee-Prentice of TALENT+.
According to the update shared by the political party, participants received training in writing an effective résumé, how to ace a job interview, brand management, professionalism, personal attitude, readiness for work, self-management, time management, and teamwork.
As TALENT+ is a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) service provider, each participant will receive eight credits towards their professional development.
Earlier, on January 16, 2023, the CCM praised thirty-three young men and women for successfully completing the World of Work (WoW) Programme that was organized by the CCM Youth Arm and facilitated by Camara Lee-Prentice of TALENT+.
According to the update shared by the official Facebook page of CCM Nevis, participants received training in writing an effective résumé, how to ace a job interview, professionalism, brand management, personal attitude, self-management, readiness for work, time management, and teamwork.
Deputy Premier of Nevis Island Administration and the Minister responsible for Social Development, Eric Evelyn, also took to social media to congratulate the awardees and praised the Concerned Citizens Movement Youth Arm for successfully hosting the workshop. Further, he extended congratulation towards Ag President and Public Relations Officer (PRO) for their hard work and time.
“Congratulations to the Concerned Citizens Movement Youth Arm on successfully hosting the World of Work Workshop. A special congratulations to Ag President Emoyen Grant and Public Relations Officer Breandra Liburd for your hard work in ensuring this workshop was a success,” the social media post by the deputy premier noted.
Along with this, M Jahnel Nisbett – Junior Minister of Health, Gender Affairs, Community Affairs and Social Services, also expressed her gratitude for getting a chance to address the opening session of the WoW Programme. She stated, “It was an absolute delight to be on hand to provide remarks at the opening session of the World of Work (WoW) programme currently being offered by the Concerned Citizens Movement Youth Arm. Programmes such as these are critical as they provide the practical tools and training for young persons to enter and excel in the workplace.”