Burch to trainees: pursue your passion
Lieutenant-Colonel David Burch urged trainees to make the most of their opportunities on the Skills Development Programme.
The public works minister met a group of Bermudians on the programme designed to give them hands on experience and help secure jobs in the horticultural field.
Part of their training will involve assisting Botanical Gardens staff with works around the grounds.
In a statement, Colonel Burch encouraged the group of young people to “pursue their passion and to learn all they can during their training in this field”.
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