How does Passport2Success work?
The Passport2Success programme provides training
to young Caymanians to help them succeed in the work place.
Each participant gets their own passport, and
earns stamps in their passport for successfully completing parts
of the programme. Each stamp tells a potential employer that
the passport holder is skilled in a particular area. The more
stamps you collect, the more employable you are!
Each participant will take part in the following
core components of the programme:
Education – attend classes
to provide them with basic skills. Classes will use a face-to-face
delivery method, in which the tutor shares a physical space
with programme participants.
Employability workshop –
attend workshops about subjects such as: resume writing; dressing
for success; interview skills; and pride in performance.
Work experience – go on
job placements in companies and organisations whose business
is related to your chosen career; gain work experience and develop
Extra-Curricular activities –
such as community service.
Stipend – each participant
will earn a weekly stipend for successfully taking part. The
stipend is not guaranteed and must be earned by meeting criteria
such as behaviour and attendance standards.
Other features of the programme include: