#Providenciales, May 23, 2019 – Turks and Caicos – On Monday May 13th, 2019, Deputy Governor, Her Excellency Anya Williams., MBE hosted an award ceremony to recognize twenty-eight (28) civil servants that successfully completed the Caribbean Development Bank’s (CDB) Public Policy Analysis and Management (PPAM) and Project Cycle Management (PCM) Certification Program.
The Caribbean Development Bank since the 1980’s has been offering training in PPAM and PCM to its Borrowing Member Countries (BMC’s).
The PPAM and PCM Training Programmes were developed to assist BMC’s in their efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals; specifically, Goal 4 – Quality Education; Goal 5 – Gender Equality; and Goal 16 – Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions.
Commenting on the training program Deputy Governor Anya Williams said: “The Turks and Caicos Islands Civil Service commenced this process in 2016 by enrolling in the online course program offered through CDB and its partners.
The success realized from team member’s participation and completion of the online courses paved the way for the face-to-face training to be implemented in country. Hence, in 2018 the Turks and Caicos Islands Government in collaboration with the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), the Centre for International Development and Training (CIDT) and DODs Training hosted eleven (11) modules in Project Cycle Management and Public Policy Analysis and Management from March 2018 – May 2018 on Grand Turk, at the HJ Robinson High School Auditorium.
Sessions were interactive and practical, intense and demanding physically and mentally, time consuming and required work outside normal working hours to complete assignments to fulfil the criteria to be awarded the certification.
We are extremely proud of the success of our staff and know that there is much that they can take away from this program to apply to their day to day jobs. We express our profound thanks to not only the Caribbean Development Bank for allowing the TCI to participate in this training program, but also to our own in house Training Department, our Training Manager Mrs. Thashana Burton and Training Officer Ms. Holly Forbes for their work in the launching of this program in the TCI, the organization of the face to face training sessions, the follow up on the online training programs and their overall commitment in the facilitation and completion of this program.
Our vision is to create “A well-structured, properly resourced and professional service that is respected and balances both traditional and modern practices, with a culture of impartiality and integrity”, the team members through dedication and sacrifice have exemplified each word to the highest standards by being awarded and certified competent in each area of this program. Congratulations!”
Full List of Graduates
|1||Boyce, Cherice||Deputy Governor’s Office – Human Resource Officer|
|2||Brewster, Perle||Ministry of Education, Youth, Culture and Library Services – Education Planner|
|3||Campbell, Lucille||Labour Tribunal- Administrative Officer|
|4||Clarke, Abbigail||Governor’s Office – Internal Auditor|
|5||Clerveaux, Tatum||Attorney General’s Chambers – Commissioner of Lands|
|6||Dickenson, Carolyn||Home Affairs, transportation and Communication – Director, Gender Affairs|
|7||Duncanson, Alishia||Education, Youth, Culture and library Services – Senior Culture Officer|
|8||Ewing, Lurita||Deputy Governor’s Officer – Senior Procurement Officer|
|9||Forbes, Holly||Deputy Governor’s Office – Training Officer|
|10||Fulford, Leshem||Infrastructure Housing and Planning – Senior Project Architect|
|11||Fulford, Ludwina||Education, Youth, Culture and Library Services – Director, Culture|
|12||Greenway, Mark||Deputy Governor’s Office – Director, HRMD|
|13||Hall, Chrishanda||Border Control and Employment Services – Supervisor, Customer Service|
|14||Hamilton, Kezzia||Deputy Governor’s Office – Human Resource Officer|
|15||Howell-Robinson, Tamera E.||Health, Agriculture, Sports and Human Services – Deputy Secretary|
|16||Malcolm, Shandey||Health, Agriculture, Sports and Human Services – National Epidemiologist|
|17||Murray, Tiffany||Health, Agriculture, Sports and Human Services – Environmental Health Officer|
|18||Newman, Bridgette||Home Affairs, Transportation and Communication – Deputy Secretary|
|19||Pratt, Willette A.||Infrastructure, Housing and Planning – Contracts Coordinator|
|20||Ramnasibsingh, Ria||Deputy Governor’s Office – Director of Contracts|
|21||Robinson, Aldora||Health, Agriculture, Sports and Human Services – AIDS/HIV Programs Director|
|22||Robinson, Roydoya||Health, Agriculture, Sports and Human Services –Environmental Health Officer|
|23||Seymour, Emilio||Border Control and Employment Services – Manager, Customer Service|
|24||Sutton, Jackurlyn||Health, Agriculture, Sports and Human Services –Chief Nursing Officer|
|25||Swann, Caressa||Governor’s Office – Internal Auditor|
|26||Thomas, Thashana||Deputy Governor’s Office – Human Resource Training Manager|
|27||Walkin, Kathy||Infrastructure, Housing and Planning – Head of Secretariat|
|28||Williams, Demarco||Attorney General Chambers – Assistant Director Survey & Mapping|