35 Jamaican teachers ready to teach students about their CSME rights

RAI Team Member Dr Gordon Harewood assesses breakout groups during Teacher Training in Montego Bay

RAI Team Member Dr Gordon Harewood assesses breakout groups during Teacher Training in Montego Bay

Two teacher training workshops in Montego Bay and Kingston in February equipped 35 teachers to teach life skills and concepts designed to show students how to access their right to work, travel and do business in 13 CARICOM countries under the CARICOM Single Market.

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Lesson plans on CARICOM Single Market coming to Guyana schools

The next generation will know their right to Work, Travel and Do Business as CARICOM nationals

The next generation will know their right to Work, Travel and Do Business as CARICOM nationals  ©D. Walker/Istockphoto

Close to fifty secondary CXC-level teachers have been trained to integrate information on the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) into their school’s curriculum. The two-day training, which opened on Thursday February 5, is part of the CARICOM Trade and Competitiveness Project (CTCP) Component 300 that seeks to widen the scope of participation by stakeholders and beneficiaries in the process of decision-making, implementation and operation of the CSME Information Flows.

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Belizean students to be taught about their rights and benefits as CARICOM nationals

Teacher training session in Stann Creek designed to pass on CSME rights to the next generation

Teacher training session in Stann Creek, Belize equipping teachers to teach Belizean students about their rights and responsibilities under the CARICOM Single Market – 13 countries, One Market, Endless Opportunities

Nearly 60 Belizean teachers are now equipped to teach students about their rights and benefits under the CARICOM Single Market and Economy following two two-day intensive Teacher Training Workshops in Stann Creek and Belmopan from January 27 through to January 30.

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