CUC students power up knowledge

This year, 39 students took part in
CUC’s technical and vocational programme.

Students from high schools across
Grand Cayman, participants of the Young Parents programme and the CAYS
Foundation worked alongside CUC employees in various departments, gaining valuable

“Through this programme the
students have the opportunity to acquire vocational skills in all areas of the
company’s plant and field operations including mechanical, electrical, line and
facilities maintenance, plant operations, welding, auto mechanics and materials
management,” said Human Resources Manager Tania Ebanks.

“The students also spend time in
the corporate office in the customer service, human resources, corporate
communications, purchasing and financial services departments.”

Students participate
in safety and fire prevention training, and take part in classroom training on
basic diesel engine operations and CUC’s transmission and distribution

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