A HEARING IMPAIRED technician could soon be operating from a salon near you.
That is because six students from the Irving Wilson School will be seeking National Vocational Qualifications in nail care at the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic over the next week. The school caters to deaf, blind and autistic students.
Principal Wendy Blackman was a picture of nervous excitement as she watched the first three being assessed yesterday morning. The others will follow next week.
She said the nail care programme resulted from the need to try something different with the students. (YB)
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