The College of Insurance has come of age. Twenty-five years old. But how many of us now associated with this excellent example of a success story can recall the days of its infancy?
Tertiary Education Institutions
Geralt Jones 1965-1967: In September of 1965, the Mandeville Teachers' College began from the idea of the then Bishop of Mandeville the Rt. Revd. Benjamin Vaughn. At that time there were 6 lecturers and 75 handpicked students. The first principal was Mr. Geralt Jones who served until 1967.
As a Chartered Institute of Jamaica effective June 30, 2017 the Caribbean School of Medical Sciences, Jamaica (CSMSJ) is poised to become one of the Caribbean’s premier institutions for medicine and other health professional education and training, committed to developing a quality workforce of p
The Caribbean Graduate School of Theology was established in Kingston, Jamaica in 1986 under the sponsorship of the Caribbean Evangelical Theological Association, (CETA) a consortium of some 50 undergraduate theological institutions scattered throughout the Caribbean region and belonging to vario
Brown’s Town Community College was established in 1975 under the auspices of the Ministry of Education. The College is committed to being a World Class institution that provides education and training of the highest quality.
Bethlehem Moravian College, which is situated in the parish of St. Elizabeth, in the cool hills of Malvern at the Peak of the Santa Cruz Mountain, was established in 1861 under the auspices of the Moravian Church in Jamaica.
The first educational endeavour of the New Testament Church of God in Jamaica was the founding of three (3) grammar schools for underprivileged children by Rev. F. I. Thibodeau, a Canadian visitor to the island in 1943.
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