(PRESS RELEASE) – A Certificate Giving Ceremony was hosted on Tuesday 10th March, 2020 for thirty (30) students who successfully completed a special offering of The UWI Open Campus Supervisory Management course in Vieux-Fort.
The 40-hour course provided students with an understanding of the management functions that Supervisors must perform. Designed to introduce students to the role and responsibilities of a Supervisor, they received a solid theory and practical application that reinforced the essence of supervisory management working with and through people.
The students, who all form part of the medical profession at the St Jude’s Hospital, gathered in the presence of the St. Jude Hospital Board and Management, representatives of The UWI Open Campus Saint Lucia and well-wishers. Mr Andrew Piltie, Officer in Charge and Human Resource Director offered warm Opening Remarks to attendees while Mr Wayne Harrow, Chairman of the St Jude Hospital Board, encouraged the students to keep striving for excellence. He asserted that while the students have obtained a certificate from The UWI, they will now be held to an even higher standard in terms of their professionalism in the workplace and the wider community.
This is the second time that the Supervisory Management course has been offered in Vieux-Fort.
Congratulations, once again, to all who successfully completed the course!