The Guyana National Bureau of Standards (GNBS) on Friday hosted a simple ceremony to bid farewell to six work-study students who completed their six-week stint with the organisation.Officials along with the work-study students at the closing ceremony on FridayThese students, who completed secondary and tertiary institutions, benefited from the experience of working with staff within multiple departments of the National Standards body.Completing the work-study were: Rawle Douglas, Ayeshia Carter, Avanelle Meusa, Letecia Hassan, Shennisa Daniels, and Ashley Mohanlall.Speaking at the ceremony were the various Heads of the Departments (HoDs) to which the trainees were attached. The HoDs commended the students for their demonstrated commitment to the GNBS, shown by their punctuality, attendance and their desire to participate and become knowledgeable about the activities conducted by the organisation.Lisa Ahmad, Head Human Resource and Administration commended the students for aligning and conducting themselves with the GNBS core values of accountability, synergy, professionalism, innovation, respect and efficiency. She encouraged the students to take these values with them throughout their professional and personal lives for continued success.Further, the trainees were encouraged by Shailendra Rai, Head of Product Compliance Department to take note of what is occurring in the local oil industry.He urged them to do their research and to be engaged in the relevant studies to align themselves for employment in this major industry or supporting industries.On behalf of their counterparts, Meusa and Douglas thanked the GNBS for the amazing experience they had with the organisation.They both alluded that during this first experience of work they benefitted significantly from the knowledge freely imparted by staff of the GNBS.
2 England players celebrate Trippier’s goal against Croatia Trippier put England ahead in the semi-final with his free-kick “I’ve looked back at a couple of the games, not just the Croatia one,” he said ahead of the Nations League game against Spain.“Obviously, it was frustrating to get knocked out in the semi-finals but we’re proud of ourselves as a team and how far we went in the World Cup.“I analyse my games for club and country. I look at what I could have done better and learn. There are some mistakes I make in the games but I learn and put them right the next time in a big game.“I’m not going to lie, I’ve watched the goal back about 100 times. I enjoyed that moment — but even now, it still hurts that we got beaten.” YESSSSSSS! 🏴@JasonCundy05 absolutely loses it over Kieran Trippier’s goal 😂😂#ENGCRO | #TSWorldCup pic.twitter.com/Q9AfISsGHt— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) July 11, 2018 2 However, his goal was not his favourite moment.“I think it was the Colombia game and the way, as a team, we dealt with everything,” Trippier added.“They tried to play every trick in the book against us — when Harry Kane was about to take a penalty they were scuffing the spot.“The penalty shootout as well, extra-time, coming back from when they scored late on, how we managed that as a team.“I thought we did that perfectly and that was the game that stands out for me.”England v Spain is live on talkSPORT at 19:45 (UK time) on Saturday 8 September. Kieran Trippier has watched his goal against Croatia over and over just like many other England fans.The Tottenham full-back’s free-kick put the Three Lions in front in the semi-final defeat, offering hope of a first appearance in a World Cup final since 1966.Trippier was one of England’s stand out performers in Russia, but insists he has gone back over the defeat to analysis where he could improve.