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January 20, 2021
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New Horizons Established in the Highlands

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New Horizons, the World’s Largest Independent IT Training Company, through Datec, will now be established in the Highlands.

Eastern Highlands and Southern Highlands Provinces have partnered to extend to their students, quality advanced education.

Eighty students will be registered for each of the two provinces, with its commencement in early March.

Datec, which is an entirely owned subsidiary of Steamships Trading, is the provider of the New Horizons Professional training courses in PNG.

The New Horizons Advanced Professional Certification in Information Technology will now be available in Goroka and Mendi, and will also expand to Port Moresby and Lae.

Southern Highlands Governor, William Powi, and Director from the Eastern Highlands Governor’s Office, Edward Topiso, expressed their thanks to Datec and Steamships for providing the opportunity for quality education in the country.

Governor Powi said he will make this an annual priority for his province in terms of funding the program.

Due to the limited number of tertiary institutions in the country, many students travel to the main cites in search for better education opportunities.

The Governor stressed that quality education should not only exist in places like Port Moresby, but should also be available in the different provinces so that all students can have access to quality education.

Eastern Highlands Governor, Julie Soso, however was not able to attend but was represented by Edward Topiso, her Advisory Secretariate.

Mr Topiso said that the K500,000 from the Governor’s DSIP funds will go straight to assist in the set-up of the facilities needed.

He added that the Provincial Government will further fund where necessary.

New Horizons is ranked in the top 5% of the industry for training quality and customer satisfaction.
The courses also provided are technical, desktop applications and business skills that can be applied to real life situations.

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