Sir Peter: Enga focussed on equipping work force with best

Youth & Careers

THE Enga government is looking at sending workers to Australia to learn about ethics and the culture of working.
Governor Sir Peter Ipatas said people needed to adapt to a higher standard of working because many lacked the skills and the provincial government was planning to send them away.
Sir Peter said this at the Pumakos Catholic station in Wapenamanda during the presentation of a vehicles to the Tsak Valley Secondary School and Pitipais High School.
He said the work force would be taken from the schools and tertiary institutions, adding that his government was focused on delivering the best education to the people.
“It is like I’m looking for the market to send my people to work and develop their working skills and experience,” Sir Peter said.
“Enga is the education hub and its is not good seeing people, especially the educated elites, doing nothing so I have to make a way to get them into the work force.”
He said the vehicles donated would help the schools produce more educated elites, adding that as the leader, he would focus on where to accommodate them after completing studies.
Sir Peter also urged parents to play their part by making sure that no child was left at home.
“I have the vision for the province and I will need the support from all of you to participate,” he said.
He said Enga is becoming the education hub with the highest number of educated elites in the country. “But now I have to find means and ways to accommodate them so that they can learn how to live their lives,” he said.
Sir Peter said the Engan government was serious about developing the province’s human resource and sending workforce to Australia to learn and gain experience was one of his visions to improve work ethics in the province.

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