EU gets positive results in Tvet funding

Education

The European Union continues to achieve positive results in the delivery of EU-funded Technical and Vocational Education Training (Tvet) programmes to selected schools in PNG, an official says.
EU programme manager John Kuri said the EU had selected certain school in the country to implement these programmes.
The programme was focused on infrastructure development, tools and equipment supply, teacher training and on job training.
Kuri said the EU selected two Tvet schools in Enga, Laigam Appropriate Technical Centre in Lagaip-Porgera and Pompabus Vocational Centre in Wapenamanda to deliver infrastructure development, tools and equipment supply and teacher training.
Western Highlands and Chimbu have been selected for teacher training and on job training.
Kamaliki Technical College in Eastern Highlands was selected for infrastructure developments, tools and equipment supply and teacher training.
He said the Umi Vocational Centre in Makham and Bulolo Technical College, both in Morobe, were selected for infrastructure developments, tools and equipment supply and teacher training.
EU diplomats visited the sites in Enga, Western Highlands, Chimbu, Eastern Highlands and Morobe and were impressed with the delivery of the projects.
Among the EU diplomats were the head of political and information affairs at the EU delegation, Ruddie Filon and French Ambassador to PNG Philipe-Janvier Kamiyama.
Kuri thanked Highlands regional Tvet coordinator Paul Gun for delivering the programmes.
Morata and Badili vocational schools in NCD, Raval and Kabaira vocational centres in East New Britain and Yawasorro in East Sepik were yet to be visited by the EU.

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