37 NCC employees complete training


A GROUP of 37 Natural Cultural Commission (NCC) employees have completed their certificates for modules of the free Nambawan Super (NSL) financial literacy training.
According to the NSL, the training provided NCC staff skills to improve their financial knowledge while working.
NCC executive director Steven Enomb Kilanda thanked Nambawan Super for offering the training which was important to the financial wellbeing of NCC staff.
“I thank Nambawan Super for offering this service free to their members, and the NCC staff,” Kilanda said.
“Financial literacy skills help hard working Papua New Guineans to maintain a balanced and happy life through sound personal financial management and a savings culture.”
NSL deputy chief executive officer Vere Arava said the Nambawan Super training was an excellent initiative to improve personal financial skills.
“Members can learn to use good personal financial practices, make the most of superannuation products and plan for a comfortable retirement while developing the skills needed to make an immediate difference to the way they save and invest their money,” he added.
“Our FLT trainers help participants better analyse their financial status, develop realistic achievable budgets, recognise good and bad debts, develop strategies to reduce debt and make smart investments into business or superannuation to earn returns for a better future.”
More than 900 members have been trained by NSL in 2022.

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