KNOWLEDGE and skills acquired after school is one of two components to become competent professionals, the other is attitude and personality, an expert says.
That was the word of encouragement from Innovative Training Centre (ITC) director Jonas Aneto to over 100 fulltime and part-time students graduated from courses offered at the institution at Lae last week.
Aneto encouraged them to set their next set of goals and pathways to achieve these goals, which he said must be within realistic limits.
“Graduating today with a qualification is one step of the pathway to reach your dreams so be determined and when the going gets tougher, reassess your dreams and continue,” he said.
The event yesterday was the first-ever graduation ceremony for the institution, which has over the years saw over 3000 certificates issued to students upon completion of studies with a good success rate with employment.
“Aneto said despite its fair share of challenges faced over the years, ITC has importantly trained every citizen that passed through to become innovative, resourceful and contribute to the national economy.
“One struggle is the lack of confidence from our fellow Papua New Guineans, hence it is high time we trust Papua New Guineans, invest in another Papua New Guinean to take ownership of our destiny,” he said.
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