The lack of tertiary spacing for grade twelve school leavers is a constant issue most speakers raise during graduation ceremonies.
This issue was again highlighted during the eighth Kumul Training Institution graduation yesterday in Port Moresby.
Kumul Training Institution Director, Max Muri, described the lack of tertiary space as PNG having a bottleneck in education spacing.
With the establishment of such education centres, students are given another chance in pursuing their careers.
Established in 2005, Kumul Training Institution has graduated close to ten thousand students in the fields of business, accounting and computing.
Over a hundred students graduated yesterday under the three different disciplines.
Some of the students travelled in from Lae, to receive the training.
Assisting Director of Kumul Training Institution, Stanislaus Motolova, also said the PNG government has increased the demand for qualified professionals, and he encouraged the students to have the right attitude for the jobs.
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