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T.A. Marryshow Community College

UNEVOC Centre since 2007




St. George's

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The T.A. Marryshow Community College (TAMCC) is the sole indigenous educational institution offering post-secondary, tertiary and further education in Grenada. It delivers its mandate through the operation of three schools: the School of Arts, Sciences and Professional Studies (SASPS), the School of Applied Arts and Technology (SAAT), and the School of Continuing Education (SCE).

- The SAAT is referred to as the "TVET arm" of the College offering twelve (12) full-time TVET programmes at the certificate and Associate Degree levels. These programmes are offered to people who wish to develop competencies in specific areas or to upgrade their knowledge and skills, and/or for those who plan to matriculate into universities and other institutions of higher education. Additionally, students are provided with applied learning opportunities through capstone projects, community service projects, regional and local internships/apprenticeships, and other related activities/events to promote experiential learning and the development of the whole person.

- The SCE is the "outreach arm" of the college which offers education and training to non-traditional students. Training for skills development is done through the offering of short courses and programmes that are specifically designed based on market needs and emerging trends. People have the opportunity to pursue the Caribbean Vocational Qualifications (CVQ), and other forms of internationally recognized certifications.

- The SASPS is the largest school. In fact, it has a campus dedicated to training in general agriculture. It is also responsible for Teacher Education training and development.

TAMCC is a public tertiary institution committed to providing accessible quality education and training opportunities to help individuals achieve their personal and professional goals, and to effectively cater to the dynamic needs of the domestic, regional and global communities.

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Merlisia John


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