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Papua New Guinea and Australia launch Leadership Training Program for TVET leaders

Post Courier (online), 1 October 2017 - Papua New Guinea’s National Department of Education (NDoE) and the Australian Government are working together to enhance leadership and management skills in Papua New Guinea’s Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector.

A training course in leadership is being delivered to twenty-two current and future TVET leaders to help them run effective education institutions. The courses include self-management, personal and work priorities, financial oversight and team effectiveness.

The course participants will be more knowledgeable, skilled and confident in leading their institutions to deliver efficient and accountable courses that respond to the needs of business and industry.

The TVET Leadership Development Program was launched by Mr. Wini Leka, A/Deputy Secretary for TVET and the UNESCO Directorate, on behalf of the Secretary for Education Dr Uke Kombra, and the Australian High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea, Bruce Davis.

Source: http://postcourier.com.pg/papua-new-guinea-australia-launch-leadership-training-program-tvet-leaders/

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