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Jamaica Fire Brigade Officers will be able to access essential training thanks to a donation of three million dollar boost from Petrojam to fund critical training programmes for its officers.  The presentation was made on Tuesday, August 12, at the York Park Fire Station, Orange Street, Kingston.
The donation was made following a need expressed by the JFB for firefighters to undergo training in Auto Extrication, Urban Search and Rescue and Confined Space Entry.  A part of the donation fund public education initiatives during National Fire Awareness Week.

On Monday, January 6, 2014, Petrojam Limited welcomed the second batch of Interns in its Graduate Internship Programme. Fourteen tertiary graduates from a cross-section of disciplines including Human Resource Management, Accounting, Mechanical Engineering and Information Technology have been granted a one-year internship to assist them in better transitioning into the world of work. The Programme, launched in 2013, is geared at providing valuable work experience to graduates in order to increase their marketability.

EIGHTEEN new tertiary graduates have joined Petrojam’s one-year internship programme, a four-year-old project designed to expose them to real-world experience and improve their marketability.

The interns, who have been assigned to various departments including accounts, refinery production, human resource development and administration, and strategic planning, participated in two weeks of orientation, one of which was dedicated to learning the company’s safety procedures.

Petrojam Limited ensured the employment of over 200 students during the summer holidays through its Annual Summer Employment Programme.
The programme which runs from June 3 to August 22, seeks to provide students the opportunity to engage in practical tasks that reflect real world working experience.

The programme is operated in two phases for six weeks at a time. The company welcomed the first batch of students on June 3 and the second batch on July 15.