Community Skills Bank

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The Community Skills Bank is an information gathering facility designed to provide unemployed or under-employed persons easier access to the local job market.  The Community Skills Bank also helps employers find employees with the necessary skills.

Who should apply?

Any skilled unemployed or under-employed person may access this programme.

Where do I apply?

Interested persons can obtain a registration form from any Community Development District Office.  Please follow the link below for a list of office locations.

Community Development District Office Locations

Who can access persons from the Community Skills Bank?

Any company, person or organisation can search the Community Skills Bank to find potential employees.  Simply contact or visit any of the Community Development District Offices to obtain a list of individuals available to work in your area.

Non-Traditional Skills Training Programme for Women

Where can I find more information?

Additional information about the Community Skills Bank can be obtained by contacting the Ministry of Community Development or by visiting the ministry's website using the link provided below.

Community Development Division
Ministry of Community Development
51-55 Frederick Street
Port of Spain
Trinidad, West Indies
Tel. (868) 623-6929; 627-4463/5954 or 625-3112/3012
Opening hours:  8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday, except public holidays

Ministry of Community Development

 
 

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