Chairman of the HEART/NSTA, Professor Al Wint says the entity is committed to adequately match the demand for skills with adequate supply.
He was addressing the Unveiling of AMBER HEART Institute of Coding last evening.
The commitment follows criticisms the entity has failed to train enough people to fill posts in sectors the government says is experiencing a shortage.
Those include the construction sector.
Professor Wint says HEART/NSTA partnership with the Amber Group in training students in coding, must be replicated.
Nearly 30 students graduated the Institution with a certificate in Coding and all of them have already secured employment at Digicel, the National Commercial Bank and at Amber.