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Techs Undergo Konica Minolta Training

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RT understands the importance of proper training and so is committed to continuously training its people.

RT Service Technicians, right across the nation are currently undergoing a Konica Minolta training workshop, which commenced last week, starting with Technicians from their Madang, Lae and Goroka branches.

Firefighter training underway

Training Superintendent Arifeae Farapo said the 42 recruits from NCD, commenced training on 23rd of May 2022 and the training is progressing well.  They will complete their training in a couple of weeks.

Two women are among the 42 recruits. The training is underway at the Gerehu Fire Service Training College.  

The main topics covered during the first four weeks were;

Training For AROB Health Workers

AROB has launched the training that will equip its health workers with vital knowledge, skills and confidence on COVID-19 vaccination.

Central Region Rural Health Services Director, Peter Arwin in opening the training on behalf the Secretary for Health, underscored the critical role of health workers in increasing demand generation and acceptance of COVID-19 vaccine.

Paediatric clinicians complete training

The Monash Paediatric Emergency Care Program, developed by the team from Monash Children’s Simulation in collaboration with the Paediatric Working Group at ANGAU Memorial Hospital, is contributing to the up-skilling of the paediatric health workforce.

The practical simulation-based workshop sessions were attended by nurses, community health workers and doctors from the paediatric services at the hospital.

PNGDF sergeants’ training underway

This was part of the sergeants’ training to qualify the next lot of platoon commanders.

A mock assault was staged in the heavy downpour on Monday afternoon where a combat team was tasked to provide security to Lae Urban and take control of vital assets.

That was the scenario that was laid out for PNG Defence Force personnel in collaboration with the Lae Metropolitan Command and St John Ambulance.

Goldie Barracks Infantry Wing senior instructor, Lieutenant Daniel Kakawi, said the idea was to secure the polling venue during elections.

Basic baton training for security guards

Aviset Security and Training Solutions trainer, Max Ananuka, who trained six Mainland Holdings security guards on the basic use of baton, said many firms were operating illegally without providing proper training to their static guards.

He said the security firms should comply with the National Securities Authority bylaws.

PNG PMs XIII side named

To be known as the NGCB PM's XIII team, the squad includes three debutants among experienced hands from this year’s Pacific test and the 2017 World Cup teams.

The team was announced in Port Moresby this afternoon.

The team includes three new faces in Daniel Russel, Edene Gabi, and Justin Laybutt.

Notable exclusions from the Pacific Test Team from this year are Adex Wera, Junior Rau, Kurt Baptist, Luke Page, Richard Pandi, Rod Griffin, Thompson Teteh.

Media training for locals in Talasea

This is to help them understand the role of media and how it can be used as a platform for communicating their stories and discussing important national issues.

The two-day workshop was held in Kimbe by the Media Development Initiative (MDI), covering basic news writing, setting up and participating in news interviews, social media literacy and understanding the power of media to shape public debate.

Family law workshop hosted

Hosted by the Family Law and Special Projects division, legal officers from Oro, West Sepik, AROB, Milne Bay, Morobe and NCD branches of the PSO office attended this two-day training, which ended on Friday.

The program aimed to explain the reforms done in the family law sector in terms of new laws and their functions, what role the PSO office plays and to also identify referral partners and their roles.

20 detectives complete training

The detective training came under the Papua New Guinea-Australia Policing Partnership Program at the Bomana Police Training College.

Present to close up the training and congratulate the trainees was Assistant Commissioner for Police, Raphael Huafolo.

ACP Huafolo said for the last 15 years or so, the force has been missing out on vital trainings and courses like this.

“It is just fortunate that we have our Australian counterparts to assist us under this program.”