TheInternational Education Agency College of TAFE held its 10th graduation atthe Ela Beach campus in Port Moresby on Friday.
Over 400 students’graduated in certificates, diploma and industrial awards undertaken overthe past 6 months.
The Ela Beach Campus was filled to capacity by parents, sponsors and graduating students’
The graduation marks one benchmark of learning for students’who have satisfactory completed aboverthe 80% requirement.
College Principal Philip Oakley said it was a milestone for the college.
“The biggest achievement that we’ve got is that industry and parents are now starting to recognize IEA TAFE andthe ther vocational colleges in PNG onthe role that we can play, said Philip Oakley.
The College has seen an increase in enrolment due tothe inclusion of different courses offered in partnership with TAFE Australia.
Keynote speaker Hela Governor Anderson Agiru applauded IEA for educating school leavers in technical and vocational training.
Governor Agiru toldthe graduates thaPNG has to develop a strong human resource capital.
Agiru pledgedthe support of IEA to establish a campus in Hela Province.
Students graduated inthe fields of Business, Hospitality and Tourism, Accounting, Administration, Media andInformation Technology.
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