State media recruits being trained
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Minister of Public Affairs, Kwame McCoy, interacting with participants of the first of six training programmes
Minister of Public Affairs, Kwame McCoy, interacting with participants of the first of six training programmes

GUYANA’S emerging multi-dimensional economy will require a much more robust public affairs regime; as such, in addition to the vast array of individual study opportunities through President Dr. Irfaan Ali’s flagship GOAL scholarship platform, aggressive, multifaceted upskilling and capacity-building programmes for media practitioners and new recruits across the state media spectrum are being undertaken.

Some of the participants at the training on Friday

The government is committed to raising the bar in the local industry, to lead the way in media and communication practice in Guyana, said Minister of Public Affairs, Kwame McCoy

On Friday, the first of six training programmes began with an ‘Introduction to Communication.’’

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