Olympic Athlete receives Scholarship from Intactt Group Ltd.
Olympic Athlete Andrew Lewis is the beneficiary of a scholarship from the INTACTT Group Limited. Lewis has made the decision to use his off season to further his academic qualifications. This September, the 22yr old Laser Class sailor will enroll in the Certified Associate in Project Management or CAPM administered by INTACTT.
Sital's Young Entrepreneurship Prive Giving Ceremony
As part of our 20th anniversary celebrations, SITAL College launched its Young Entrepreneurship Contest, which was open to Forms 4, 5 and 6 students. They submitted business plans which were judged in separate categories, and were awarded with prizes of trophies, medals, scholarships, laptops and vacation packages. Our future business people displayed a great deal of enthusiasm and we are confident that they will make their contributions to the national community in time to come.
Intactt Group provides training for the WICB
Intactt Group Ltd provided professional training in Project Management and Business Communication to the staff of the West Indies Cricket Board Inc at their head office in Antigua. Our facilitators engaged the staff for two stimulating sessions in January and May 2012.
University Of London - Profile on Leon Williams
After I graduated from the Law programme in 2003, I needed to study to get into the Hugh Wooding Law School with its limited annual space from a field of approximately 500 students in order to complete my Bar examinations. The intake per year was usually 18 students. I am convinced that it was my studies towards my University of London degree and the burning desire to stay ahead that paid off for me.
INTACTT Group hosts Administrative Professionals Week - 'Celebrating and Growing'
Administrative Professionals Week was hosted by Intactt Group Ltd and was a major success in April 2012 with our theme – “Celebrating and Growing."
Over forty participants attended and thoroughly enjoyed our hands-on sessions that explored topics and skills relevant for the modern administrator.
SITAL College - Debate Team Competition 2012
SITAL College held a Debate Competition on March 18th which saw two teams each from the Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration Degrees, compete in their categories. The BBA Teams debated the Topic: “Women make better leaders than men in the 21st century” and the MBA Teams debated two topics: “Business has a morality of its own,” and “Polictical parties should be funded by the state rather than by individual and corporate donations."
UTT in Historic MoU Signing for Growth in the Aviation Industry
The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) has entered into a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with several agencies under the purview of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education and the Ministry of Transport. The signing of the MoU on Friday 18th May, 2012, which was held symbolically at the Caribbean Airlines Hangar, represents a unique collaboration among UTT, Caribbean Airlines Limited, Metal Industries Limited, National Helicopter Services Limited and the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority.
An introduction to CTS College - Who's Who Profile
Established in October 1999, CTS College of Business and Computer Science (CTSCBCS) offers a wide range of programs from secondary to post graduate degree. It has evolved into one of the most respected academic institutions in the country, producing high quality, well rounded professionals to match the capabilities of top graduates around the world. CTSCBCS aspires beyond academics and strives to prepare students with a diverse working knowledge of today’s organization.
Lok Jack Students win big in business
Ambassador Prize' for UTT's Executive President of Student Guild
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) is the global professional membership organisation for people who have an interest in, and relevant experience in, chemical engineering. IChemE is the only organisation that awards 'Chartered Chemical Engineer' status.
CTS College - AIB Newsletter
Since its inception in October of last year, there has been a steady improvement of performances in assignment and exam results. According to the Academic Director of CTS College Ravi Ragoonath, results for the last four modules ranged between 94 to 100 percent pass rates including our first High Distinction grade in April; an achievement he articulates would not be possible without the support students provide to each other. The environment at CTS College is one of teamwork and camaraderie where students study together and support each other every step of the way.
Lok Jack GSB obtains 7-year ACTT Accreditation
The Lok Jack GSB is the fourth (4th) institution to receive ACTT Accreditation and the first (1st) School of Business to receive the award. This is a tremendous achievement for the school and the nation and augurs well for the business community in Trinidad and Tobago. This has been supported by the ACTT External Evaluators when they stated the employers have indicated that the Lok Jack GSB is producing the types of graduates that are needed in businesses.
Launch of UTT John S. Donaldson Port Of Spain...The Creativity Campus
CTS College featured in the Trinidad Guardian
It is often said that customer service is a lost art, the fundamental principles and genuine care for the customer is almost nonexistent in most service industries today. Over the years however, one institution which has managed to deliver and maintain a high level of quality customer service is CTS College of Business and Computer Science. According to its Academic Director Mr. Ravi Ragoonath, customer service and genuine care for his students is the foundation upon which the college’s success and reputation is built on.
Launch of UTT's Student Social Responsibility and Volunteerism Centre by Minister Fazal Karim
Senator the Honourable Fazal Karim, Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education, was the Featured Speaker at the successful launch of UTT's Student Social Responsibility and Volunteerism Centre at the O'Meara Campus on Wednesday 18 April, 2012. Minister Karim extolled the benefits of this student-initiative and remarked that "Student Social Responsibility and Volunteerism was not a right but a privilege on the part of the person who takes up the mantle to serve".
Biomedical Engineering (BME) Unit Makes Strides at UTT
At the recently held 26th Caribbean Cardiology Conference hosted by the Caribbean Cardiac Society, the first cohort of final year BME students copped First Place in the Poster competition, beating out numerous UWI Mt. Hope Medical Students. Their poster was entitled"Design of a Long-Term Vascular Access Device for Hemodialysis" and this research was highly praised by the judges for its innovation and originality.
CTS Wins Another Award
CTS College was once again nominated for participation in the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago (ACTT) Quality in Tertiary Education (QuITE) awards and was shortlisted in two of the three categories. The results have spoken for us!
First we won an award for Student Support Services in Tertiary Education. The importance of this award cannot be understated as we have once again demonstrated our potential to meet and exceed the standards and quality established by the ACTT. More importantly, this award signifies the culture and legacy our Directors Mr. Ravi Ragoonath and Mr. Nigel Polar have always strived to promote at CTS College, since our inception in 1999 we have always valued our students and we always endeavoured to provide quality education and exceptional student support services, this award is a humbling testament to these endeavours.
CTS Wins Another Award on the Night!
And yes, CTS College also won another award on this momentous occasion and celebration of excellence in tertiary education. Considered the premier award for quality assurance standards in Trinidad and Tobago, an award for Excellence for an Established Quality Management System. This award is a first for CTS College and has distinguished us as only one of two schools to win multiple awards. Throughout the years we have partnered with our many stakeholders including students, lecturers, ACTT, and our staff to ensure quality education was being delivered. Receiving an award like this highlights our commitment to quality and ACTT’s recognition of our adherence to quality management standards.
CTS continues to be prominently featured at the QuITE awards and this victory follows up with our 2nd place last year in Student Support Services in Tertiary Education where we were the only private institution to have won an award. This achievement is certainly a rewarding and humbling experience; it is another significant milestone in the life of CTS College. As we look beyond the future, this milestone and achievement serves as a humble reminder that our students and lecturers are our greatest asset and that the college takes pride in developing the minds of today’s and tomorrow’s leaders.
Congratulations to us all!
Note: In understanding the magnitude of our success, there were only 7 awards given on the night, 2 were won by CTS, 2 by University of the Southern Caribbean. The following institutions won 1 award each: UTT, Pivot Point, Institute of Law and Academic Studies. There are over sixty registered institutions in Trinidad and T