Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC)

Over 200 graduate from APTC Pom campus

The new graduates, including 53 women, join the 2500 Papua New Guineans who have graduated from APTC since its inception in 2007. The graduates received certificates in 17 different programs including carpentry, catering operations and early childhood education.

In her keynote address, Suzanne Edgecombe, Counsellor Education at the Australian High Commission, congratulated the graduates and encouraged them to apply what they have learned in serving their employers, families and communities.

APTC-SINU start joint Hospitality training

This course is being delivered by the Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) at the Solomon Islands National University’s (SINU) Institute of Tourism and Hospitality.

This is part of the existing partnership agreement that was signed between APTC and SINU in 2016 to jointly provide international standard technical training for Solomon Islands citizens.

APTC welcomes over 700 students

The orientation sessions at APTC campuses in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu on January 16 and 17, provided valuable information to new students on APTC facilities, student support services, regulations, and their responsibilities.

APTC is an innovative development program funded by the Australian Government, delivering internationally-recognised Australian skills and qualifications for a wide range of vocational careers for skilled workers across the Pacific.