Productivity awareness and work ethics will come into focus when The Productivity Council holds a series of free training sessions for persons between the ages of 16 and 25.
The sessions, which run from Monday, July 21 until Wednesday, August 27, will take the form of interactive discussions about the importance of work ethics and professionalism and how to improve productivity within the workplace.
They are geared towards new entrants to the world of work and secondary school students from the fourth and fifth forms. Students from the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic, Barbados Community College, School of Continuing Studies and the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, may also register. In addition, businesses with persons on job attachments are encouraged to participate in the workshops. Participants are required to be professionally attired.
Persons requesting further information should contact The Productivity Council at 436-9416 or 426-3374.