Bridgetown -- The Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) is continuing its investment in the future of local sport by once again teaming up with the Coaching Association of Canada last week to host a Level 2 internationally-recognised National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) clinic at the BOA Headquarters in Wildey.
Bridgetown -- Consumers’ Guarantee Insurance Co. Limited (CGI) has again shown its support for the development of Barbadian youth by donating the first prize of a tablet to the lucky winner of the Hindsbury Primary School’s ‘Speak Off’ competition.
The Caribbean Shipping Association’s (CSA) 16th annual Caribbean Shipping Executives Conference came to a close last week in Cocoa Beach, Florida, following thought-provoking and insightful presentations and ensuing discussions.
BRIDGETOWN—Barbados Port Inc. (BPI) held a commissioning ceremony for the recently extended Berth #5, the Shallow Draught Marina, the newly acquired Panamax Container Crane and other cargo-handling equipment, on April 25 at the Port.
Caption: Harbour Master Richard Alleyne presenting the traditional Barbados mahogany plaque to Staff Captain Salvatore Scala surrounded by Elation’s officers and officials from Platinum Port Agency, Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc, Bridgetown Cruise Terminals Inc. and BPI.
Australia’s High Commissioner and Ambassador to CARICOM, John Pilbeam, recently paid a courtesy visit to the Barbados Olympic Association Inc. (BOA) to launch that country’s new initiative ‘Schools Connect’ which promotes the 2018 Commonwealth Games being hosted in Gold Coast Australia from April 4 – 15, 2018.
Bridgetown – Bayview Hospital has partnered with Republic Bank to launch a unique new credit card initiative to assist patients with their medical expenses. It is the first time in Barbados that a bank and a medical institution have teamed up to provide patients with a special card facility to cover fees relating to procedures conducted at the Hospital.
Caption: David Jean-Marie, CEO Barbados Port Inc presenting a helmet to one of the awardees
Bridgetown- - Employees of
Barbados Port Inc. (BPI) were awarded certificates and decal helmets during a presentation ceremony held at Solidarity House on Tuesday.
The 54 employees (20 dockers, 20 equipment operators, nine supervisors and five senior officers), who participated in a five-week training programme aimed at improving the operational skills of the workforce, received certificates in Stevedoring Foundation Skills Level I, Operations Level II and Assessment Level IV.