SBCS and ACCA invite you to a critical discussion and dialogue around recent ACCA Qualification Changes and how these will impact you.
Your attendance and participation is key and will help us to support you more effectively as you prepare for you upcoming exams.
The session will cover the following:
Dialogue and feedback from you on what specific assistance you require to ensure a passing grade.
Light refreshments will be provided and there will be networking opportunities for all in attendance.
Please RSVP by Friday, June 1, 2018 to email@example.com.
Kindly include your ACCA registration ID# for ease of reference.
Session venue: SBCS South Campus
27 – 31 Fran Street, Cocoyea Village
Join us as we discuss the organization’s initiatives including, CFAFF ILLUSTRATE – Arts Impact Initiative, CFAFF 2018 “For Common Good” Fashion-Film and Street Art Festival, EAST YARD International Creative Residency and EAST YARD Magazine.
The session will include:
Presentation from Volunteer Center of Trinidad and Tobago on volunteerism and its many benefits and the different opportunities available.
Caribbean Fashion & Arts Feature Festival (CFAFF), a non-profit organization, incorporated in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago with the mission to merge fashion, film and art through public film screenings, lectures, exhibitions, fashion shows, concerts and festivals for the general public. With a strong interest in youth development, the organization is mandated to host workshops, mentorship initiatives, educational sessions and seminars related to film-making, fashion and arts for young people aged 15-25, primarily in East Trinidad, interested in careers in the creative sector to assist with skill building, support internship opportunities and build job experience.
With two successful editions of CFAFF, our annual flagship fashion film and arts festival under our belt and international recognition in the form of a wonderful feature in Vogue Italia http://www.vogue.it/en/news/vogue-arts/2016/11/23/caribbeanfashion-and-arts-feature-festival/ we feel the time is right to now parlay this success into efforts focused on our youth in art and social good mandates.
Calling all students!
It’s time for our annual ‘Get Work Ready’ workshop once again where we prepare you to thrive in the workplace.
This free workshop is available from March through April this year; please visit or email Student Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) to secure your spot.
Our orientation program is designed to support new students as they begin their journey at SBCS towards a successful career.
Presentations will be done by senior administrators who will be available to answer questions, listen to students’ concerns, and take them on a tour of the school’s facilities.
Parents are welcome to attend this session as well.
For further information please contact the Accountancy Training and Education Centre (ATEC)