GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The Ministry of Natural Resources is urging the public to be careful when signing up for online courses in oil and gas and to ensure that any programme being embarked upon is accredited.
There has been a noticeable increase in institutions of learning offering courses in oil and gas education. This is understandable and expected as the country prepares itself for the emerging oil and gas industry.
The Ministry hereby states that if the occasion arises, it will indicate publicly which institution, training programme or course for oil and gas related education it recommends or endorses.
We strongly urge persons to engage in their own due diligence checks before investing in any oil and gas related educational pursuit.
(Georgetown, June 22, 2017) – The stage is set for Art Lovers to view and soak up the creative abilities of some 92 Guyanese artists from June 29 – August 19 at the Castellani House. As a prelude, the successful artists who made submissions for the 2017 edition of the Guyana Visual Arts...