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Associate of Business Executives (ABE) Local Representative visits SBCS campuses

Published: 12:00 AM on April 18, 2013

On Wednesday, April 03, 2013, SBCS Trincity hosted Mrs Kereesa Carrington, the new local ABE Representative for Trinidad & Tobago; Mrs Carrington replaces Ms Glenda Esdelle.  During her visit, she met with the Course Administrators, lecturers and full time students. 

While at our Trincity campus, Mrs Carrington was introduced to Mrs Alicia Cameron (Campus Manager) and the ABE Course Administration Team:

  • Ms Maureen Tinto, Senior Course Administrator;
  • Mrs Afeisha Joseph, Course Administrator;
  • Mr Curlan Devonish, Junior Course Administrator;
  • Mr Akaash Singh, Assistant Course Administrator.

She toured the campus facilities which included visits to the Apple Lab, the newly designed study room and the soon-to-be commissioned Art Studio which is being outfitted for the BA and HND in Graphic Design programmes. 

Mrs Carrington also presented Ms Farlon Phillip with her official ABE Certificate.  Ms Phillip is one of two (2)  SBCS ABE World Prize winners from the December 2012 exam sitting; she received the award for the module, Information Systems Project Management.   Our second World Prize winner who was unable to attend, Ms Linda Gowasack, received her commendation for the level 6 Graduate Diploma module, Project Management. 

We extend congratulations to both students for their exemplary performances.

A past ABE and SBCS student herself, Mrs Carrington expressed her delight in the evolution of SBCS over the years, following her meeting with the students and tours of our Champs Fleurs, San Fernando and Trincity campuses.  She was notably impressed by the implementation of full libraries across our campuses, each with Internet and computer access for student usage.  She also commended the structure, layout and standard of our physical facilities, particularly the introduction of ergonomic chairs for students’ comfort. 

For all parties concerned, the visit proved to be a rewarding one and yet another step in the fruitful relationship between SBCS and ABE; a relationship that, to date, spans over 25 years.

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