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FSC continues to see positive results for belongers tuition assistance programme
Published on September 23, 2013 Email To Friend    Print Version

The Financial Services Commission (FSC) has released details of the Tuition Assistance Programme's numbers for the year 2013/2014. Established since 2010, the Tuition Assistance Programme is geared towards assisting belonger employees wishing to pursue higher education courses to sharpen their skills and equip themselves with specific professional and academic competences.

Cora Williams
Eleven FSC employees are enrolled in the programme and are currently undertaking courses such as business studies, finance, human resources, project management and computer studies.

Expressing her gratitude to the FSC for providing support towards her education, recently graduated Cora Williams said: "I would like to thank the FSC for the confidence and willingness shown in helping me achieve my goals."

She continued: "Having received an associate’s degree in computer studies from TCI Community College has encouraged me to continue my education by pursuing a bachelor’s degree online."

Stanley Dubreus
Williams and Stanley Dubreus, who this year received an associate’s degree in electrical/electronics engineering technology, were both congratulated by FSC senior management.

Managing director Kevin Higgins took the opportunity to pledge that the FSC would continue to put great emphasis on its staff development by investing in ongoing training and personal development programmes, as well as funding academic courses.
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