Vector Tech approached Liberty Academy in 2012 to deepen its affiliation with the Academy, and offered its support through the enrichment and expansion of the course offerings at the Academy. It was proposed that through a partnership with Vector Technology Institute, Liberty Academy would offer several viable technical pre-college courses. This agreement has now resulted in the launch of Technology Training Centre of the Liberty Academy at the Priory.
In April 2013, twelve of a 15-class cohort at Vector Technology Institute successfully completed the COMPTIA A+ 801 and 802 exams and are now CompTIA’s A+ certified. The class is a part of the first year day programme of the Information & Communication Technology programme. This is by far the largest single cluster of students who have enrolled for certification exams at the Institute. What accounts for this SUCCESS?
On Wednesday, May 9th 2012, Dr. Iva Dahl of the Bahamas Technical & Vocational Institute (BTVI) and Dr. Marr, Executive Chairman of Vector Technology Institute signed an articulation agreement at the BTVI campus in Nassau, Bahamas. Dr. Marr signed on behalf of Vector and Alternative Power Sources (Bahamas) Ltd. Under the agreement, Vector will employ features of the training model that was originally developed in Jamaica through the collaboration with Alternative Power Sources (Jamaica) Ltd.
On February 8, 2012, Vector Technology Institute was approved by COMPTIA as an institution member of CAPP ( The CompTIA Authorized Partner Program for Academy Partners). The CAPP program is open to educational institutions that grant diplomas or degrees, and to nonprofit or government training organizations. Its goal is to help partners deliver a substantial IT curriculum and learning experience.
To simplify the overall testing experience for certification candidates, CompTIA exams will be delivered exclusively with Pearson VUE via their network of more than 5,000 testing centers in 165 countries, effective July 9, 2012. CompTIA certification exams will no longer be available at Prometric testing centers at that time. May 4, 2012, is the last day to buy a voucher from Prometric, and July 8, 2012, is the last day to test at a Prometric Test Center.
The Institute hosted its fifteenth commencement ceremony on December 11th at the Knutsford Court Hotel. Commencement speaker for the evening was Mr. Silburn Clarke; President of the Jamaica Computer Society and CEO of Spatial Innovision Limited.
Fifty four students graduated from the Institute as part of the graduating class of 2011; joining the growing ranks of ICT professionals in Jamaica. Of this number, ten students made up the charter programme of the Bachelor of Science in Technology Management and the Bachelor Of Science in Information and Communication Technology. The graduating class also included individuals from the Certificate, Diploma and Associate Degree in Computer System Technology programmes. Additionally, there were 53 completers of the Cisco CCNA and FOA Fiber Optic Certification programmes.
KINGSTON, JAMAICA: Thirty three graduates of the Associate Degree in Computer Systems Technology, and ten graduates of the Diploma in Computer Systems Technology programme were awarded degrees at the 14th annual graduation ceremony held at Knutsford Court Hotel.
Keynote speaker and well known businessman, Mr. James Moss-Solomon called on graduates to uphold uncompromising integrity and punctuality. “To achieve success, be there; be there on time, and be there dressed to play,” he said. He elaborated that "dressed to play, means having the necessary skills and tools to do the job".
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