Ministry of Education, Guyana

Hospitality management and customer service have come into sharp focus by the government. This was demonstrated in the establishment of the Guyana Public Service Staff College. Further, last year’s 50th Anniversary celebrations highlighted the need for additional persons possessing the skills of customer service and hospitality management. As a result, the Volunteer Support Platform (VSP) embarked on a partnership with the Carnegie School of Home Economics to train and certify young Guyanese in these two skill areas.news 20170331

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Carnegie School of Home Economics was founded in 1933 on a grant donated by the Carnegie Trustees and an additional grant from the UK.

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The collaboration between the Carnegie School of Home Economics (CSHE) and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (CJCLDS) in Guyana, has been strengthened with the donation of a $4 Million plus 55 KVA generating set with standby application.

The 60HZ single phase 220/127 volts generator, with a capacity to supply power to all the buildings in the school compound, was earlier installed by the Ministry of Education and yesterday officially handed over to the school by Mr. W. Barrow, Representative of the Church. During a simple handing over ceremony witnessed by representatives of both sides, as well as the Ministry of Education, the generator was turned on and the ceremonial ribbon cut.

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