Graduation boost for Apec security

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The third batch of the 2017 traffic motorcade trainees graduated yesterday at the Air Transport Wing (ATW), Port Moresby, which brought the number of traffic motorcyclists to thirty-six, in preparation to the Apec summit 2018, NCD Operations Traffic Director Joeseph Joe says.
Joe said the Traffic Motorcade Motorcycles (TMM) aimed to train 40 motorcyclists before it started.
“With four motorcyclists left to train in order to achieve this objective, it showed that we have kept the ball rolling this year,” Joe said.
He said TMM had two more training batches left to conduct this year and this was a possibility that the number of trained motorcyclists would exceed 40 by the end of October.
Joe said training will continue until next year.
He said: “The Government has asked us to be Apec prepared, and these achievements were speaking alarming of our readiness.
“So it was now up to the Government, if they wanted us to train more of them.  However, it would depend on their support in terms of resources, especially with more motorcycles and motor vehicles.
“For us, we were prepared to train and develop the human resources.
“That was our responsibility.”

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