More APTC graduates

The graduates pose for a picture with Education Minister Jean Pierre Nirua and Deputy Australian High Commissioner, Susan Ryle.
The graduates pose for a picture with Education Minister Jean Pierre Nirua and Deputy Australian High Commissioner, Susan Ryle.

THE Vanuatu Australia Pacific Training Coalition celebrated the graduation of 43 students in nine different professions yesterday.

This is a renewed milestone of achievements for Vanuatu said the Minister of Education, Jean Pierre Nirua during his speech at the VIT celebration.

He thanked APTC for their strong commitment to continue to create more skilled people in Vanuatu.

“I would like to also thank the Australian government through APTC for their support,” he said.

The graduates were also advised by the Minister to search for more opportunities and he congratulated them all for their achievements.

“We were determined because we saw the importance of being here at APTC,” said one of the graduates during the graduate address.

“We convey our big heartfelt thank you to the Australian government for sponsoring us to complete our studies at APTC.

“Our thank you goes to APTC for believing and accepting us into this institution and much more for empowering us.”

Attending the ceremony yesterday was the also the Deputy Australian High Commissioner, Susan Ryle and the new APTC CEO Soli Middleby.

The ceremony took place yesterday at the Tourism School in VIT.

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