PNG Cultural Commission Partners with University to Develop Human Resources

The PNG Cultural Commission has signed a memorandum of understanding with the University of Papua New Guinea to develop human resources. The commission aims to increase the number of intakes and improve human resource development by creating a student internship development pathway to train, develop, and mentor students.

During a farewell ceremony for two students who had completed their 14-week public relations industrial engagement training with the commission, the executive director emphasized the commission’s commitment to training, developing, and mentoring students. The commission will relocate to a new office complex in April 2023 and increase the number of student trainees from two to four.

The University of Papua New Guinea expressed its gratitude towards the commission for hosting the ceremony. The head of the Journalism and Public Relations strand commended the commission for its leadership and commitment to developing human resources. The university believes that the skills and knowledge gained by the students through this internship program will prepare them to be ready for the industry.

The partnership between the PNG Cultural Commission and the University of Papua New Guinea is a step towards achieving the goal of developing and nurturing human resources in the country. The student internship development pathway aims to provide opportunities for students to gain practical experience in various aspects of cultural preservation and promotion.

The program aims to equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in their future careers. The memorandum of understanding signed between the PNG Cultural Commission and the University of Papua New Guinea is a positive step towards developing human resources in the country.

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