The Youth Training and Employment Partnership Programme (YTEPP) was introduced as a national response to the growing problem of unemployed and unemployable youth. YTEPP was first created as a temporary programme to provide vocational skills training to youth between the ages of 15 and 25 years. The training covered five areas: Attitudinal Development, Basic Education, Vocational Skills Training, Work Experience and Post Training Support. As a result of the tremendous success of the training, a more long term arrangement was made that would immortalize YTEPP.
To be the Caribbean’s leading professional development training institution that provides all individuals with authentic lifelong opportunities for skill acquisition that leads to wage employment, self-employment or articulation to higher levels of education and training.
To prepare citizens to meet the demands of a changing economy through the delivery of innovative, flexible, practical, market-driven professional development and entrepreneurship programmes.
Customer Service: (868) 672-YTEP (9837) ext. 2353