Maritime Mentorship Programme 2009

Monday, August 10, 2009

On July 28 2009, the T&T Shipbuilding and Repair (S&R) Cluster undertook two presentations to some 50 mentees which formed part of their contribution to this annual Maritime Programme. Organized by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago (GoTT) as an initiative to promote the Shipbuilding and Repair sector to young persons between the age group 15–17 years, the long term aim is to help diversify the country from the energy sector. 

Wilfred de Gannes – S&R Deputy Leader, also gave a brief Introductory Address on the Cluster’s work to the Mentees. Afterwards, printed Wärtsilä T-shirts, together with S&R Cluster “Vision” Booklets were given to all Mentees. Visit their online website www.tts-r.com for more information.

(www.tts-r.com)

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