This very popular 1 day workshop is designed to teach ordinary people how to identify
the plants in our countryside. We use a combination of interactive teaching, exercises
using plant specimens and a field trip.
We hope to rerun this course for students and communities to coincide with launch
of our Field Guide early in 2010. Please contact us for more information.
If you would like us to organise a course for your community, school, business etc,
please contact us and we will be happy to discuss how we can help.
Interested in storytelling, voice projection, non-verbal presentation, and being
a cultural host, a historian and an ambassador for Antigua and Barbuda? We will teach
you to be an interpreter first and a subject specialist second.
With the growth of the tourism industry and the daily arrival of visitors via sea
and air, the demand for visits to various sites around the island has increased.
Taking this course will equip you with knowledge of the historical sites, skills
for delivering route commentary, interpretation and presentation skills.
A career in Tour Guiding will afford you the opportunity to make money and experience
a better quality of life.
* Introduction to Tour Guiding * Professional Ethics
* Visitor Care & Customer Service * CPR & First Aid
Training will also be provided in Computing, Maths and English, to give you extra
skills to become attractive to employers; and in the Passport to Success Life Skills
programme, covering topics such as developing self-confidence and managing conflicts.
An internship will be arranged where you will have the opportunity to participate
in a real work environment, and our Job Placement staff will help you search for
and apply for jobs.
Commencing June 2012 and running for 4 months, followed by internship.
Classes will be held at the GARD Center, located at Mercers Creek. Assistance with
transportation is available if needed.
Apply now! www.gardc.org/youth email@example.com 463 4121 or 562 0084