National Apprenticeship and Trade Testing Board (NATTB)

Standard for auto electrical trade testing set

The trade testing conducted from 16-18 March was overseen by the National Apprenticeship and Trade Testing Board (NATTB), the statutory body set up to certify trade personnel in the country.

Maintenance training technical specialist, Craig Reaks, said previously there were no set assessment instruments in place in the country to assess automotive electrical level 3.

NATTB conducts trade tests at Porgera

The tests in HEF Level Three and Electrical Level Two were conducted from 13 to 19 November, 2017, administered by William Tiru from NATTB’s quality assurance and accreditation office under the Department of Labour and Industrial Relations.

“We at NATTB work in partnership with Porgera Joint Venture to recognise and certify the skilled workforce,” Tiru said. 

Oil Search commended by Apprentice Board

Assistant Director of the NATTB Secretariat, Arthur Geno, said Oil Search has achieved another great milestone in human resource development in PNG

“Oil Search is represented in the various Industry Technical Committees (ITC) whose sole responsibility is to develop National Occupational Skills Standards and its relevant Assessment Instruments.