Contract Training

The Division of Professional & Career Education (PACE) has a mission to provide access to training and development for the community's workforce.  This is also accomplished through the delivery of customised training to meet the specific requirements of an employer.
This customised training is almost always non-credit, employees can learn specific skills in a day or week as opposed to participating in a semester length course.

Customized training can be whatever an employer needs it to be.  PACE can tailor existing curricula or design a new curriculum to meet the requirements. We never say, "we don't do that kind of training." If PACE cannot provide the training an employer needs we will direct you to an organization that can, CHALLENGE US!

Our array of training opportunities is extensive and ranges from Fundamentals of Business Writing (8 hours) to CPA examination preparation (160 hours).  Want to know if PACE can provide the training your organizations needs......simply contact us.

Duane Jones
Cara Lambe B.Sc., M.Sc. |  BC ALUMNI
CLASS OF 2013 - Associate Degree - Arts


Bermuda Monetary Authority | Graduate Trainee (International Affairs Analyst)

"After I left Bermuda College, I went to Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma and obtained my Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sustainability with a double minor in English Literature and International Relations, and subsequently attained my graduate degree in International Development."

"My experience at BC was a good one. It gave me a firm academic foundation, and helped me develop critical thinking, research, organisational and communication skill sets that I still use to this day. Many of my credits in the Associate of Arts programme transferred to ORU from Bermuda College. I was able to participate in a one-term programme at Oxford University, and studied International Relations, American History, British Culture and History Research. However, I found more favourable employment options in the international business sector and decided to explore that industry by pursuing internships. That's how the skill sets I learned at Bermuda College allowed me to be marketable in other areas."

"I pursued my graduate degree in International Development at the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), returned home, and briefly worked at an international business company, before securing a full-time opportunity at the Bermuda Monetary Authority. When I complete my graduate trainee programme there, I will be a senior analyst."

"Let go of any misconceptions or stereotypes you have about Bermuda College. What you put in is what you get out - whether you are attending your local community college, or university overseas. I would encourage people to maximise opportunities that are within reach by taking advantage of what Bermuda College has to offer.”

In her own words ...