An excerpt from the Jamaica Observer:
“The HEART/NSTA Trust says it continues to collaborate with critical players to ensure that the programmes and services offered by the entity are up to international standards and are aligned with employers’ current and emerging needs.
This was disclosed by managing director, HEART/NSTA Trust, Dr Taneisha Ingleton, during Wednesday’s post-Cabinet press briefing at Jamaica House in St Andrew.
“We do work with industry to create all our programmes. As a matter of fact, if industry does not sign off on a programme, it cannot be offered, and so we have been working with World Skills International for the standards. We also collect data from the World Economic Forum to ensure that we have all the global standards incorporated in our training,” she pointed out.”
Read the full article here: HEART/NSTA Trust working with industry to address training needs – Jamaica Observer