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Grencase Graduates 16 In Electrical Installation

  • Written by  Rawle Paterson
Grencase Graduates 16 In Electrical Installation

GRENCASE continues to pitch projects that are aimed at enhancing the lives of the residents of the sister isles.

Last week Thursday the organization graduated 16 persons from a SOL EC Limited-sponsored Electrical Installation (EI) program, which ran for four weeks. 

The program was tutored by a qualified electrical inspector, Donald Peters who along with Managing Director of GRENCASE, Selby Henry and David Lendore representing SOL EC’s local agent Vena Bullen and Sons, handed out the certificates to the successful participants. 

The program was held three days a week and participants expressed their gratitude to GRENCASE, SOL EC and Mr Peters for combining to deliver the vital knowledge to them.  

Considering that there are just about two qualified electricians on the island, the participants said that they would be seeking to go much further in the field of electrical installation.

Mr Henry congratulated the participants and urged them to utilize what they have learnt towards their benefit and that of the island.

It was GRENCASE’s final program for the sister isles of Carriacou and Petite Martinique for the year.  

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