New study centre opens


A NEW study centre has been opened in Port Moresby which will be used to give second chances to young Papua New Guineans.
Speaking at the centre’s opening, Ferguson Education Centre coordinator Menah Bukie read an email from Ferguson Education Group chief executive officer and founder Ian Ferguson, who was unable to attend.
The email read: “Education was the future for any nation to develop and the best investment one could invest in.
“The Ferguson Education Group has been in the education industry for more than two decades.
“We have been privileged enough to help Papua New Guineans come and study in Australia and New Zealand.
“Papua New Guinea is a country of hardworking men and women and we want to go one step further to brighten up the future.
“For that reason, our management team have worked extremely hard to open the first Ferguson study centre in Port Moresby.”
Ferguson said the centre would be offering courses for business studies, accounting, information technology, tourism and hospitality.
“We will keep adding more courses for our students as we move along and set up another study centre in Jiwaka,” he said.
“The centre is an excellent opportunity for everyone.
“People who are working can use the centre to enhance their qualification as we will be offering flexible time tables that will suit everyone.
“Our Port Moresby centre is the first step in providing Australian and international recognised certificates to Papua New Guineans.”