The class will learn how various media outlets operate and the influence they have on our business sector and personal lives. They will learn how to develop cooperation strategies that could enhance the socio-economic well-being of the community.
Guest speakers will inform the class about the challenges facing educational and workforce development today, and discuss strategies that will ensure that the Cayman Islands continue to attract the required talent in order to compete in today’s global community.
This seminar will look at the challenges of balancing, and delivering on, the demands of key stakeholders to the immigration process: the Caymanian public, elected officials, expatriate residents, and the private sector.
Experts will provide an overview of Cayman’s tourism industry and how it affects our economy. They will discuss the importance of tourism, the challenges the industry faces, and the current economic conditions affecting it.
The class will gain a better understanding of public systems, services and facilities that are necessary in maintaining and promoting sustainable economic development. They will also examine methods in minimising current impacts on our environment, and ways in which we can improve our quality of life.
Members will be given the opportunity to visit the Sister Islands for a weekend, where they will learn more about the governance, administration, business sector and operations of Little Cayman and Cayman Brac.