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Attorney General and Minister of Home Affairs, Adriel Brathwaite, cutting the ribbon at the Opening Ceremony for the Caribbean Postal Training Centre yesterday in the Conference Room of the General Post Office (GPO). Looking on from left are Post Master General, Joel Brathwaite; Secretary General at the Caribbean Postal Union (CPU), Sandra Davoren; and Director of Development Co-Operation at the Universal Postal Union (UPU), Abdel Ilah Bousseta.
 
 
   
Filling a void
Training is important, especially in these tough economic times when persons are being asked to do more with less.

This is coming from Attorney General and Minister of Home Affairs, Adriel Brathwaite, who delivered the feature address at the Opening Ceremony for the Caribbean Postal Training Centre yesterday in the Conference Room of the General Post Office (GPO).

He said this is why room must be made in the organisation’s budget for this purpose. Meanwhile, employees must also play their part by sharing their newly acquired knowledge with their work colleagues.

Brathwaite said that previously persons who wanted to receive training had to go to the United Kingdom, but when that country changed their way of doing business, it made training for this region “less relevant”, also citing costs issues as a concern.

This opportunity would have disappeared around 10 years ago so that...

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