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About Passport2Success

Local research has shown that the majority of high school graduates in the Cayman Islands do not meet the enhanced basic skill standard, which includes: enhanced literacy, effective communication, problem solving and working in teams. Increasingly entry level positions in the workforce require higher levels of education.

Particular group such as single mothers and young men have also been identified as high-risk for unemployment.

The government has identified this as a major issue and has introduced Passport2Success, a National Employment Passport Programme, as a remedial measure.

Passport2Success provides education, training and employment opportunities to school leavers, and targeted groups such as single mothers and young men between the ages of 17-20. The programme was launched on 19th April, 2010, is organised by the Cayman Islands Government Ministry of Education, Employment & Gender Affairs and managed by the National Workforce Development Agency.

The Passport2Success programme is full time, 5 days a week, from 8:30am to 4pm.

The programme lasts for 12 weeks for school leavers and 16 weeks for single mothers. There are 3 programmes offered per year.

Passport2Success relies on the participation of employers to provide opportunities to participants of the programme with the desire to improve themselves.


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