- Access to CARICOM Single Market Increasing
- Media Workers hear from trailblazers
Trained media workers pose with (seated from left) Faith Mullings Williams, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Wanya Illes, CARICOM Secretariat, Gillian Scott, Trainer and Marcia Thomas, Under Secretary for Foreign Trade, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade
More than 3500 CARICOM Skills Certificates have been issued by the Government of Jamaica, to date, thereby qualifying the holders of these certificates to work in a total of thirteen CSM Member States, including Jamaica, without a work permit.
CSME Spokespersons pose with Project Team Leader, Gillian Scott (seated second left) and CTCP regional Coordinator , Wanya Iles (second right)
Twenty nine Jamaicans from public and private sectors and civil society were officially installed as members of the prestigious CARICOM Single Market Spokespersons Bureau on Tuesday March 17 after two days of training at the Eden Gardens Wellness Resort and Spa.
St George’s, Grenada. Royal Caribbean photo
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs/ CARICOM Secretariat CSME capacity building programme in Grenada has culminated in the deployment of a CSME Speakers Bureau comprising 26 newly trained spokespersons from a number of civil society organisations. Grenada’s new CSME Spokespersons are administrators and frontline personnel from Government and Non-governmental Agencies, Community Based organisations and Business and Trade groupings.
Grenadian media workers pose with RAI Managing Director, Barbara Jacobs Small (standing 2nd left)
Twenty-seven (27) Grenadian media workers benefited from a workshop geared at assisting journalists to break new ground in their coverage of the CARICOM Single Market (CSM). The media workers who originated from print and broadcast media houses from both public and private media, participated in the one and a half day workshop which took place at the Radisson Hotel on March 20, 2015.