Philip Armbrister, assistant professor at The College of The Bahamas (COB), was on Abaco last month to facilitate COB’s Electrical Single-Phase License Course at Abaco Central High (ACH) School.
During a short ceremony under the patronage of MP for North Abaco, Renardo Curry, students who took College of The Bahamas semester courses in Accounting I and Human Resources I, were awarded their certificates of completion. The event took place next to the COB office, at the marina’s reception area of Mangoes Restaurant and Boutique, during the evening of September 4. A group of supporters and people interested in taking courses were also present.
In October 2012, a delegation from the College of The Bahamas visited Abaco to find out the interest in the community regarding college courses being offered on the island. They conducted a town meeting at the Anglican Parish Hall, made a presentation at the Rotary Club luncheon and visited several schools including Abaco Central High School, Agape Christian School and SC Bootle High School.