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The Ministry of Agriculture Land and Fisheries’ Extension Training and Information Services Division (ETISD) has shared a list of free online courses on offer for the month of February.
In an update via social media, the ETIS Division said participants can register online for the Virtual Training Courses, however, spaces are limited.

Interested persons are kindly asked to visit the following link to register: 
Please note that there are LIMITED spaces available.
For further information/assistance, kindly contact ETIS Division
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