Institute to provide training for industries

Youth & Careers

THE National Polytechnic Institute of PNG wants to provide training for industries.
Institute director Joselito Marcos said they were capable of providing training required.
“We are providing industry needs with cooperation between the institute and the Wafi-Golpu Joint Venture (WGJV),” Marcos said.
“The institute has already provided two trainings required by WGJV. It in turn assisted the institute with donations of multi-media projectors and TV screens.
“Further trainings are currently on hold following the issues surrounding stakeholders involved with the project.”
Marcos said the institute was inviting industry partners to come to them for their training needs.
Marcos said the institute’s infrastructure development plans could benefit from donors.
“The institute could only accomplish a little with internal funds generated through savings with wise and prudent management of operational funds without compromising the requirements in the teacher-learning activities in the various academic programmes.”