The 3rd and final batch of Enga students left the country today for the Philippines.
This batch of 40 out of the 120 will be studying fabrication and welding for 6 months before returning to PNG for another six months on the job training.
They were chosen out of six hundred applicants.
The first two batches that left earlier this year will be specialized in catering and heavy equipment mechanics.
Human Resource specialist, Orion Group is managing the project for the Ipatas Foundation, the program sponsor.
Orion says the program has been successful in its first year and has received backing from oil and gas industries.
Students will have another six months on the job training in PNG before they secure a permanent employer.
Steven Nakando thanked Enga Governor, Peter Ipatas for initiating the program. EMTV
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