NIPA holding off on opening
~NIPA to further assess conditions of reopening ~
CAY HILL — The Supervisory Board of Directors, and the Management of The National Institute for Professional Advancement (NIPA), wish to inform stakeholders that the campus will remain closed until further inspection is conducted.
Before reopening there must be an assessment of whether it is viable for the campus to recommence courses, and to establish the likelihood of the timeframe in which it can happen. Subsequent to the evaluation, there will be an announcement regarding the definite date of the reopening of NIPA.
“We continue to work diligently with the Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth & Sport, and by extension the Government of Sint Maarten, and all public health authorities, to ensure that protocols and policies are put in place that will aim to protect our students, teachers, support staff, vendors and all visitors to our campus,” read a joint statement via the Supervisory Board of Directors.
The National Institute for Professional Advancement (NIPA) offers advanced vocational education for students who want to further their education after secondary schools and adults already in the workforce. Our programs are tailored to the needs and interests of the labour market and the wider St. Maarten community. NIPA is the only government-recognized institute for advanced vocational and technical education in St. Maarten. For more information visit nipa.sx, follow NIPA on Facebook (@NIPASXM), or send questions directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.