Guyana Industrial Training Centre

Guyana Industrial Training Centre has its genesis in the Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC). In 1965 the Union felt that with Independence due the next year, emphasis should be placed on manpower development of local people. Consequently, the GTUC sought financial and technical assistance from the American Institute of Free Labour Development (AIFLD) to commence a training programme. AIFLD in turn sought help from USAID, which provided a grant sufficient to construct a training facility and to operate it for three years. That facility is the GITC.

Guyana Industrial Training Centre Offered Courses | Programmes

  • Occupational Training
  • Furniture Making
  • Electrical Installation
  • Motor Vehicle Repairs
  • Metal Work Engineering
  • Masonry
  • Plumbing
  • Welding
  • Data Operation

Guyana Industrial Training Centre Tuition Fees

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Guyana Industrial Training Centre Admission

  • Applicants must be at least fifteen (15) years 9 months to be eligible to attend full-time courses and eighteen (18) years old to attend the evening courses.
  • For all courses, applicants must have either successfully completed the Secondary Competency Certificate Programme (SCCP) or completed Grade 10 at a Secondary School in Guyana or equivalent if out of Guyana.
  • Completed application forms must be accompanied with a copy of your birth certificate and two (2) passport sized photographs.

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Tony Roberts
Tony Roberts
8 months ago

Are they no more Building and construction course