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ST. KITTS AND NEVIS CREATIVE INDUSTRY REGISTRY
The benefits for Service Providers in the Creative and Cultural Industry who register with SKNCIR are; Verification of Skills Competency, Priority access to Technical Assistance, Skills Development Workshops, Networking, Job Opportunities, Inclusion in the Artist Directory and Department of Culture Mailing List, and Promotion on Department of Culture Social Networks on the Internet.
WHO CAN REGISTER?
Service Providers in the Following Creative and Cultural
Industry Sectors; Performing,/Visual/ Literary/Culinary Arts and
Auxiliary Services Providers
Companies that provide Professional Auxiliary Services that
support the Creative and Cultural Industry.
Associations and Non-Government Organizations (NGO’s)
that support the Creative and Cultural Industry.
Fill out a FORM online, or download it to your computer and print it, or collect a Registration Form from St. Kitts Department of Culture. You can request to have the form emailed to you for convenience. Complete the Form and return it to St. Kitts Department of Culture with supporting documents.BECOME A MEMBER
Support the Business of Culture, Art and Entertainment.
Join “St. Kitts and Nevis Creative Industry Registry”. Network with other Creative Professionals and promote your services.
To meet National, Regional and International competency standards. Assessments will be conducted by a National Assessment Council comprised of experts in the field of Performing, Visual, Literary, Culinary Arts and Heritage in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture or by Training Agencies identified by The Caribbean Association of National Training Agencies (CANTA).
RATING SCALE (LEVELS 5 TO 1)
Mastery of technical and related knowledge and skills; Can perform the task demonstrating mastery, autonomy, responsibility and control in a wide range of working condition. SKILL LEVEL 4 67-79% = PROFICIENT
Good working technical and related knowledge and skills; Can perform the task in a wide range of working conditions, demonstrating good working knowledge of the skill, initiative, and adaptability to problem situations.
SKILL LEVEL 3 50-64% = COMPETENT
Satisfactory technical and related knowledge and skills; Can Perform the task demonstrating sufficient knowledge of the skill, and an ability to operate satisfactorily displaying some initiatives and adaptability to problem situations.
SKILL LEVEL 2 35-49% = NOT YET COMPETENT
Insufficient technical and related knowledge and skill; Can perform limited parts of the task satisfactorily but require considerable assistance.
SKILL LEVEL 1 Below 35% = NOT YET COMPETENT
Insufficient evidence of attainment of competence; Has not demonstrated sufficient knowledge, skill and attitude on which a judgment can be made.