Instructors

Ms. Yersica Marroquin

Education is the key to success; therefore, I strongly believe that everyone deserves the chance of quality education.

Tel: +(501) 824-2944
Email: ymarroquin@cayocet.bz

Mr. Erlin Puc

Erlin Puc, Innovated Instructor of Tourism Hospitality Management at Cayo Center for Employment Training. Equipped with three years of solid teaching with a degree in Food and Beverage along with an enticing eight years of expertise in Belizean and international Tourism. I strongly believe in guiding trainees into the world of Tourism as mighty individuals with the capacity of transcending and becoming well rounded gears into the future development of our jewel Belize and the world.

Tel: +(501) 824-2499
Email: epuc@cayocet.bz

Ms. Lynette Aguilar

I am currently employed as a Tourism-Front Office Instructor with an Associate’s Degree in International Business. Working at Cayo Cet for over nine (9) years of teaching experience has made me goal oriented and build a long-term career for my professional growth. During this time, I have also been certified in several specialized trainings from Ministry of Education, BTB and Etes that have increased my knowledge in the area of my expertise. This experience has helped me to demonstrate the ability to promote individualized instruction, based on the needs and interests of my trainee’s. As a Tourism educator, it is important that my trainees strive to maintain professional public relations and excellent customer service with guests/visitors and build rapport with the tourism industry. Likewise, enhance their performance to shape a better world and empower them with knowledge.

Tel: +(501) 824-2944
Email: laguilar@cayocet.bz

Ms. Diane Galvez

I am the Commercial Food Preparation Level 2 Instructress, born and bred in San Ignacio Town, Cayo District. I got into food, pastry and decorating at age 13 with about ten years experience in Pastry and Cake Decorating. This trade allows me to practice and explore my three great loves, Food, Art and Construction. It is my belief that we should always be in a constant state to learning no matter what age you are. My students have taught me much in my three years of teaching and I am willing to teach them as much knowledge as they are willing to absorb. I’ve also actively participated in the TASTE OF BELIZE competition held by the BTB and I’ve won second place in the cake decorating competition all three times, still fighting for first place!:))

Tel: +(501) 824-2499
Email: dgalvez@cayocet.bz

Ms. Karen Espat

Nine years of teaching Tourism Front Office at Cayo CET has verified to myself my passion for working with those interested in tourism, hospitality, and front office industry. After having worked myself in this field for 20 years before teaching, I find that what moves and motivates me is the desire to instill in those who would otherwise have a different outlook on themselves and their future; a positive, hopeful self-image with self-confidence.

I find a sense of satisfaction and achievement after having worked with each student and seeing each grow and develop with confidence and individual uniqueness. This is a career that has brought me much personal satisfaction and heightened my desire to continue to make a positive impact on young men and women who deserve to become their best

Tel: +(501) 824-2944
Email: kespat@cayocet.bz

Mr. Cruz Puc

Upon achieving my goal of becoming an electrician, I started gaining experience in the electrical field. Working as an electrician is a great occupation! Which I found that contains a sequence of specialties throughout your work career. I moved from residential construction to engineering technician, and later into the education system. I have been teaching for the past nine years having taught at a technical high school and currently at a technical vocational institution, Cayo Centre for Employment Training. Since then, I have developed a reputation for myself in that the community recognizes my professional skills as an electrician and instructor.

Tel: +(501) 824-2499
Email: cpuc@cayocet.bz

Ms. Bernadette Balan

I am currently the Life Skills Instructor at the Cayo Centre for Employment Training for the past nine years, with three years experience teaching at the Belmopan Comprehensive High School. As part of my profession, I am fortunate to be working closely with the Traditional Native American Farmers Association (TNAFA), a non-profit organization in the U.S. for the past 11 years. I am also one of the founders of the Western Woman Agro-Processing Association (WWAPA). As a Life Skills Instructor, my aim is to cover topics that are vital to the successes and upbringing of young adults.

Tel: +(501) 824-2944
Email: bbalan@cayocet.bz