The CCC is a social intervention programme that provides skills training and attitudinal and behavioural development to at-risk youth across Trinidad & Tobago.

Congrats TTHTI Graduates!

CCC Culinary Arts trainees (Cycle 1402) held their graduation function on 10 September, 2014. We thank our corporate partner, the Trinidad and Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute, for their continued support, and wish our graduates the very best!
In the words of graduate Josiah Hannibal,
We were schooled in the food and bar-tending aspects,
Business Math, English, Food Safety and Sanitation,
and exposed to the Hospitality Industry and Quality Customer Service.
And of graduate Deann Cedeno,
We were taught about feasibility studies, market trends, demographic studies,
how to formulate a business plan, design our own call cards, develop logos and flyers.

Read more from Josiah and Deann here!
CCC Participates in the Emancipation Walk

CCC Graduation Concert

The Civilian Conservation Corps hosted a graduation concert for our graduating trainees on 5 September, 2014. It was quite a show!

The graduation ceremony for our current cycle will be held on 23 September, 2014.

Click the link below to check out concert highlights.

To see more photos, click here!
CCC Annual Emancipation King and Queen Competition 2014

Hair, Make-up & Nails Shine!

Civilian Conservation Corps trainees participated in the Annual Hair Show & Competition on 4 September, 2014. Congratulations to all our trainees and their models, and a heartfelt thank you to Ms Anne Ramsamooj, event coordinator, our judges:
Mr Ashvin Bally, Ms Jeanette Samuel, Mr Don Khan (hair)
Ms Dianne John, Ms Lucia Elligore (make-up)
Ms Gail Young, Ms Seeta Maraj (nails)
and our sponsors:
Micon Marketing Limited
Intercaribbean Mktg, Alston Mktg, Linsee's Mktg,
Nails Inn, Chermere Cosmetics, Don's Exclusive, Sasha Cosmetics

For Competition Results, click here!
Congratulations to our Achieving ATCs!

North East: Cookout Champs!

The Civilian Conservation Corps recently held its Annual Cookout Competition on 22 August, 2014. Congratulations to the Cookout winners:

1st Place: North East Region
2nd Place: South East Region
3rd Place: North West Region

To see more photos, click here!
CCC Annual Emancipation King and Queen Competition 2014

Learn To Grow Your Own Food

Register with the Civilian Conservation Corps, learn about Environmental Conservation and Agriculture, and turn your "green thumbs" into a profitable business!

Register with the Civilian Conservation Corps, learn to appreciate our natural environment, gain valuable on-the-job training,

 GROW THROUGH LIFE!

CCC Trainees Grow thier own food

Become a Bartender or Chef

Turn your fondness of cooking or mixing drinks into a rewarding career! The Civilian Conservation Corps, in partnership with the Trinidad and Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute (TTHTI), offers Certificate Courses in

Culinary Arts, Bar-tending and Food Preparation.

With your CCC Certificate, you can transition into the TTHTI's full Diploma, Associate or Bachelor's Degree programmes, become a Food or Pastry Chef, manage a restaurant, or supervise a professional kitchen's staff.

To learn more about CCC courses, click here.
Culinary Arts Graduation Ceremony

Nails, Hair and Make-up

Take the Civilian Conservation Corps Certificate Course in Hairdressing and Cosmetology, and learn:
Hair cutting, scalp massaging, shampooing and conditioning;
Waxing, facials and make-up;
Manicure, pedicure and nail enhancement;
and much more!
With your CCC Certificate in Hairdressing and Cosmetology, you can work in, manage, or own a professional hair salon or spa.

To learn more about our courses, click here.
CCC Annual Hair Show

We Salute our RMs

We salute our Regional Managers for their dedication and hard work. Front row (L to R):
A. Lewis (SE), T. Ramjattan (SW), J. Daniel (C), G. Ellis (NC)
Back row (L to R):
L. Surzano (NW), A. Cowie (T'go), A. Pierre (SC), B. Stewart (NE).
Our RMs recently completed 2 courses:
Sexual and Reproductive Health (16-30 June, 2014)
Character First Workshop for Leaders (2-10 July, 2014)
Join our team today, improve your skill-set, help us empower our nation's youth.

To help empower our nation's youth, click here.
CCC Regional Managers

OUR LOCATIONS


North East

Henderson & Brierly Streets,
Sangre Grande
691-5463 (o), 689-5261 (c)

For more information, click here!

 

North West

62-63 Fifth Street
Barataria
675-7312 (o), 689-5262 (c)

For more information, click here!

 

North Central

Old Teachers' Training College,
South Trunk Road, Mausica
646-5404 (o), 689-5263 (c)

For more information, click here!

 

Central

Woodford Lodge,
Chaguanas
665-9425 (o), 689-5264 (c)

For more information, click here!

 

South Central

St. Croix Community Centre
Princes Town
655-0457 (o), 689-5265 (c)

For more information, click here!

 

South East

Libertville Community Centre
Paymar Trace, Libertville, Rio Claro
644-1626 (o), 689-5267 (c)

For more information, click here!

 

South West

South Oropouche Community Centre
South Oropouche
677-2370 (o), 689-5273 (c)

For more information, click here!

 

Tobago

Mt. St. George Youth Camp
Blenhiem
660-2445 (o), 689-5275 (c)

For more information, click here!

 

 
 

Head Office

1 CCC Street, Beetham Gardens, Trinidad
625-4CCC (4222)

 
 

HOW TO REGISTER FOR A CYCLE


1. FILL OUT THE FORM

Print the registration form
(click here to print now)
or
Stop by any CCC Regional Centre for one
(see above or click here for Centre locations)
or
Pick one up at any TTConnect Office nationwide.
(click here to visit TTConnect)

2. VISIT YOUR DOCTOR

Take your registration form to your doctor, and ask him/her to fill out and sign the medical section of your registration form.

3. HAVE VALID ID

Be sure to have a valid machine-readable passport or birth certificate, or a valid driver's license or identification card.

 

Purchase two (2) passport-size photos of yourself.

4. GET FINANCIAL INFO

Write down the name of your bank and your bank account number.

 

Write down your National Insurance Board (NIS) number.

 
 

5. YOU'RE READY TO REGISTER!

When you have all these items:
- the completed registration form;
- valid identification;
- bank and NIS information;
- passport photos;
You're ready to register for a CCC Cycle! Go to the CCC Centre nearest you with your registration form and additional documents to register!

 

 

Connect with us

 

Our Affiliates

Metal Industries Company Limited, Trinidad and Tobago National Energy Skills Centre, Trinidad and Tobago Trinizuela Technical and Vocational College TT Connect, Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute

Upcoming Events

 

September 2014

Graduation (Cycle 1402):
Tuesday 23.
First Day of Class (Cycle 1501): Monday 29.

 

October 2014

Trinidad Orientation (Cycle 1501): Friday 10.
Tobago Orientation (Cycle 1501): Friday 17.
Divali Queen Competition (Cycle 1501): To be announced.

 

Director's message

CCC is a driven organisation, committed to transforming the chaotic lives of young people through persistent and compassionate mentoring.
To read more, click here!

 

CCC alumni say

"The Civilian Conservation Corps was my ticket on the way to achieving success in my career."

Abeena Haynes-Oliver
TT Special Reserve Police

"The Civilian Conservation Corps influenced me by bringing my self-esteem from 0 to 100."

Karen Toby-Ducuru
Computer Operator, Ministry of Public Administration

2014 Sparrow tribute

At our Annual Calypso and Ole Mas Competition earlier this year, we paid tribute to the Mighty Sparrow. Below is an excerpt from the speech read at our tribute:

 

Slinger Franciso was born in a small village in Grenada on 9 July, 1935 and migrated to Trinidad with his family in 1937, before he was two (2) years old.
He is now popularly known as the Mighty Sparrow, "King of the Calypso World" and also affectionately called the "Birdie".

 

To read our complete tribute to The Mighty Sparrow, click here!

 

 

congrats CCC graduate Seema Jacob (NW region)!

CCC Graduate and former ATC Ms. Seema Jacob (Cycle 1101) studied Culinary Arts at the Trinidad and Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute (TTHTI) and, upon graduating from the 1101 CCC Cycle, worked in the Finance Department as an Assistant Team Commander (ATC).

She subsequently joined the Trinidad and Tobago Special Reserve Police Unit and became a Special Reserve Woman Police Constable over a year ago. Constable Jacob was honoured at the National Security Officers Function on Saturday 26 April, 2014 for:

Outstanding Performance significantly above what would be expected in an area or event that is within her normal realm of responsibilities, or that makes a significant contribution to Trinidad and Tobago!

CONGRATULATIONS CONSTABLE JACOB!

 

Geriatric Nursing Graduates CVQ Certified!

In the 1302 Cycle, twelve (12) CCC graduates were awarded full Caribbean Vocational Qualifications (CVQ) certificates from the National Training Academy (NTA) for Health Care Assistant, Level II (Patient Care Programme). These graduates can now gain employment throughout the entire English-speaking Caribbean!

Six (6) CCC graduates were awarded certificates in 5 units of the Geriatric Nursing course.

Congratulations to our recent graduates!
Thank you, Ms. Molly Wheeler, CCC Geriatric Nursing Tutor!
We salute you for your hard work!