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From right to left: Ms. Sharon Balroop – Group Corporate Communications Manager, ANSA McAL Group of Companies presents Ms. Hazel Thompson-Ahye – Facilitator, Epiphany Consultancy Services Limited, with a contribution towards the hosting of a two-day training programme.
With the problem of crime and other social ills plaguing our society, community groups and other organizations across Trinidad and Tobago have pledged their support in attempting to curb its effects.
One such group is Epiphany Consultancy Services Limited which recently hosted a training programme to teach persons in the fields of education, social work and community outreach the principles of Restorative Practices.
The ‘Facilitating Restorative Conferences’ Seminar taught persons how to handle interactions between victims and offenders in various settings.
The Facilitator of the programme, Ms. Hazel Thompson-Ahye hopes that the techniques imparted would open the channels of communication in communities and as a result reduce the level of wrongdoing.
ANSA McAL is pleased to have been given the opportunity to sponsor Mr. Brian Lewis to attend the training programme. Mr. Lewis continuously dedicates his time towards the betterment of his community of Morvant, and sees the education that he has gained from this seminar as beneficial as he continues his community activism.
Mr. Brian Lewis (seated front left) proudly displays the certificate that he received for completing the ‘Facilitating Restorative Conferences’ two-day seminar. Mr. Lewis thanks ANSA McAL for allowing him the opportunity to attend the seminar.
May 07, 2013