Cancer fighter’s will to survive

 Yvette Williams was diagnosed with breast cancer on the 27th July 2000. One week later she had a mastectomy. She is one of many women in The Bahamas who made the radical decision to save their lives even if it meant parting ways with a part of their bodies that makes them feel more feminine.

20 New Grand Bahama Shipyard Apprentices Join BTVI

 The Grand Bahama Shipyard recently launched its 2018 apprenticeship cohort with 20 students attending the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI).

Innovative IT Youth Program Paves Way for Tech Hub

 One hundred and twenty three students from private and public schools in New Providence were recently awarded certificates after completing phase one of the government’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) program that will span across three summers

Artificial Intelligence Helps Boost Math Skills of BTVI Students

 The idea of math was always daunting for Darian Smith. Since high school, he always struggled with the subject and it was his least favorite thing to practice. That fear followed him into the classrooms at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI).

Memorial Scholarship Opens Door for BTVI Student

Grace and Peace Wesleyan Church has awarded Vantorn Farrington with its inaugural Reverend Henley B. Perry Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000.

BTVI Strengthens City and Guilds’ Internal Framework

Twenty seven persons from The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) were recently in training sessions that focused on City and Guilds’ assessment and quality assurance.