Technical and Vocational Education and Training for All
Our website is designed to provide all the information you may need about the Barbados Vocational Training Board. Who are we? We’re a training institution with a focus on technical/vocational education and training, and we’re committed to excellence in all that we do. We’re confident you will enjoy training with us, so please continue to browse the site and feel free to contact us for further information.
Feb 06, 2017
Evening Programme Start Date
All Evening Programme registrants are asked to note that the start date for the Evening Programme is the week of February 6, 2017 according to your designated class day. See our class schedule here.
Applicants are reminded to complete payment in full by January 30, 2017 to secure your place on a course, as places on the Evening Programme are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Persons wishing to register for a course should therefore confirm their place by paying the necessary fees in full as soon as possible after registration as the course may become full before the registration deadline.
Aug 23, 2011
New Contact Numbers
Our contact numbers have changed! Our new telephone number is (246) 621 2882. This number can be used to access our Culloden Road, St. Michael main office, our Pine Road, St. Michael annex, our Deacons training centre at Deacons Road, or our C. Lomer Alleyne training centre at Sayes Court, Christ Church.
Fax numbers are:
Culloden Road: 621 2908
Pine Road: 621 2909
Sayes Court: 621 2910
Deacons: 621 2915
Frequently Asked Questions
- Who can become an Apprentice?
Anyone of school leaving age or over, who is desirous of being trained in a field in which a scheme of training is offered, is eligible.
- Is there a registration fee?
The only fee associated with the course is the cost of the programme.
Jan 18, 2017February 2017 Courses
Invest in yourself and learn a skill!
Register now for our Evening Programme courses commencing the week of February 6, 2017.
My experience at Structural Systems has been a positive one. My supervisors were helpful throughout the practical training. The Apprenticeship Programme allowed me to further my welding studies, more specifically at the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic. Currently, I am attending at the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic where I am studying Electrical Installation. My manager, supervisor and my workmates at Structural Systems are supporting me in my studies.
I would advise any youngster, who wants to acquire skills to apply at the Barbados Vocational Training Board and attend the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic. My advice would be get a skill and “keep off the block”.
Welder at Structural Systems Limited