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University of Technology, Jamaica

UNEVOC Centre since 2012




Kingston, West Indies

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University of Technology is known as a leader and driver of TVET in the Caribbean, and it is the only university in Jamaica that has a long track record of preparing TVET teachers at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. It has robust facilities for TVET teaching, research and development, curriculum designs development, and for human resource development.

Its mission is to positively impact Jamaica and the wider Caribbean through high quality learning opportunities, research and value added solutions to government, industry and communities. It is the #1 University in the Caribbean for work-ready leaders, committed to transforming students and society through high quality teaching, research and value added services.

UNEVOC Centre Coordinator
Associate Professor Anita Thomas-James
Head of Education Division, SOTAVE

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Head of UNEVOC Centre
Professor Colin Gyles
President (Acting)



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