Engineering student at University of Guyana adds heavy-duty equipment operator to her list of skills; “I am just happy for myself’

Following her brother’s example, Dionne Stoll was successful in achieving her objective of becoming certified to operate heavy machinery through the Board of Industrial Training.

“I am just happy for myself, because this certification here is an additional ability in my field of engineering, and I see it as a method to extend my employment options in the working society,” Stoll said.

She said that as a University of Guyana engineering student, this accomplishment achievement enhances her abilities.

“I witnessed the same amount of ladies as guys taking training in this particular programme, and it brought tears to my eyes, because that indicates how far we, as women, have come to be a part of a male-dominated profession.

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It is for this very reason that she encourages people, particularly women,to take advantage of the government’s free hard-skill programme in order to In order to improve their quality of life and contribute to the development of the nation, people must be empowered.

I also hope that other ladies will make us proud,” she told BIT’s Public Relations Department.

To that end,Stoll expressed gratitude to the agency for giving her the chance to broaden her knowledge and skills in order to help her finish her university studies.

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