TWENTY-TWO Kutubu students from the OLSH Kabaleo Teachers’ College in Rabaul, East New Britain, have graduated with diplomas in primary school teaching.
They were sponsored by the Kutubu special purpose authority (KSPA) under a two-year corporate sponsorship training programme.
The graduates are the biggest single group from one LLG.
Stephanie Kiate became the first female graduate teacher from the Faso area in Lake Kutubu.
The Faso people are the principal landowners of the Kutubu Oil Project in Southern Highlands.
Guests during the graduation included KSPA executive chairman Norman Ba’abi, who said the lack of qualified teachers in Kutubu would now be a thing of the past.
He intends to continue the programme with the college, which would now be known as the Divine Word University OLSH Kabaleo Campus from next year.
Since the programme started in 2008 KSPA has produced 53 Kutubu primary school teachers.
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