TRAINEE teachers have been challenged to set a standard in the schools they teach. The challenge came from Department of Education Acting Secretary for teaching and education, Dr Eliakim Apelis.
“It requires individual teachers to set a standard in their code of ethics and moral support to address issues that occur within our society,” Apelis told graduates of Papua New Guinea Education Institute.
He said the Standards-Based Education (SBE) was required in all schools for training and capacity building.
“We are focused on introducing teachers standard framework training that will cover leadership, administration, community participation, moral and ethics to compare and compete with education standards of neighbouring countries,” he said.
PNGEI Student Representative Council spokesman Rueben Bagita said teachers provided true guidance to society and they occupied a special space in the community and.
A total of 13,012 teachers with Diploma of Vocational Education Training (DoVET) in-service, Certificate of Elementary Teaching (CET) Pre-service, Certificate of Elementary Teaching (CET) distance mode, Certificate of Elementary Teacher Training (CETT), and Diploma in Education primary in-service(DEPI).
A total of 12,650 trainee teachers of the CET distance mode all graduated in absentia.
Six trainee teachers were awarded certificates in DoVET, 269 in primary teaching, 87 in elementary teaching and one in elementary teacher training.
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