Students and staff at the Lae School of Nursing, will now have access to fast and reliable Internet service, following the launching of the Telikom Clean Internet Concept at the school today.
Lae MP Hon Loujaya Kouza, officially cut the ribbon to launch the program that was funded by the Lae District, to a tune of K250, 000.
The Clean Internet concept will also be rolled out in six other schools in the city, as part of the city’s modernization plan. The Lae School of nursing is an important institution in the Lae District that trains nursing officers.
Over time, learning has been based on lectures, research books and practical sessions in hospitals and clinics. But now, its E learning, which means students, will now be able to do research on the internet.
The clean IT concept will enables students to be on par like any other students in Australia, America, Britain and other parts of the world.
The Lae district JDP and BPC funded the project in partnership with Telikom Foundation, and its set to be rolled out to all schools in Lae. The Lae MP Loujaya Kouza says the focus overtime has been on Angau Hospital. However she wants to build nursing capacities that could cater for the sick people.
These schools facilities on the other hand have been deteriorating, and resource materials used in teaching and training are old.
The use of this clean internet concept will greatly assist in health research and findings, and provide latest information about new discoveries and break throughs in health worldwide.
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