Tafe students assist schools

Youth & Careers

BUSINESS administration students from the International Education Agency (IEA) College of Tafe have assisted two schools in Central as part of their major assessment projects.
Last month, the business administration certificate four students selected their major projects of establishing a library at Gunugau-Ginigolo Primary School and supported the World Environment Day at Kwikila Secondary School.
Acting head of department for business and finance Madeline Maita said the students received sponsorships from Buk Bilong Pikinini, who supplied books, and K1,000 from Deloitte PNG.
“This project enabled them (students) to fully understand why it is important to write up project and budget proposals for any projects be it big or small,” she said.
“This project allowed the certificate four students to demonstrate the application of skills and knowledge in five of the 10 units which include administering projects, preparing financial reports, organising meetings, organising business travel and writing complex documents.”
IEA Tafe manager Chris Jones said the agency had provided Papua New Guineans and international students with quality education for over 40 years.
Early childhood services Trainer Maru John said: “Our course is mainly targeted at those who are currently working at early learning centre but do not have certification.”

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