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.
May 30, 2016
Evening Programme Start Date
All Evening Programme registrants are asked to note that the start date for the Evening Programme is the week of May 30, 2016 according to your designated class day. See our class schedule here.
Applicants are reminded to complete payment in full by May 26, 2016 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.
Feb 25, 2016
CVQ Certification - Level II Furniture Making
The Barbados Vocational Training Board in conjunction with the Competency Based Training Fund and the Barbados Investment and Development Corporation is offering training to the public in furniture making for certification in Caribbean Vocational Qualification (CVQ) in Level II Furniture Making.
For more details, please see the flyer below. The application form is available for download here.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How much is the stipend?
The stipend is $75.00 per week and it is paid every two weeks.
- Do I have to bring/buy tools for my class?
Trainees are not expected to bring their own tools to class. They are however encouraged to save some of their stipend towards the purchase of tools and equipment for their personal use after they have completed training and have begun their careers.
May 09, 2016May 2016 Courses
Invest in yourself and learn a skill!
Register now for our Evening Programme courses commencing the week of May 30, 2016.
The Skills Training experience for me was a very delightful one even though it had its challenges. Although I knew a little about mechanics the course Automotive Vehicle Engineering assisted me to understand on a broader scale what mechanics is really about, both the practical and the theory.
At the end of the course I was given the opportunity to begin a job attachment at Nassco Ltd where I have been employed for the last three and a half years.
Apprentice at Nassco Ltd.