Students from Don Bosco start training with Remington


FIVE students of the Don Bosco Technological Institute (DBTI) have started a nine-week on-the-job training with the Remington Group.
The programme is a part of the DBTI curriculum where students are allowed to have a hands-on experience in the work environment.
Remington Group chief executive officer Peter Goodwin said: “We are so proud to be able to lead our industry in Papua New Guinea with specialist training initiatives like this one.
“Our programme is designed to equip students with the necessary skills, knowledge and attitude in their field of study to apply in the work environment.”
He said the nine-week training with a team of professionals would require students “to level up their technical skills, knowledge, and attitude towards work”.
“As a leading business house in PNG since 1948, we are fully committed to helping and providing opportunity to the next generation of Papua New Guineans to develop in their chosen fields,” Goodwinsaid.
“We are able to not only provide on-the-job training, but also give formal trade qualifications to our successful apprentices.”