Australia Pacific Training Coalition

APTC and ACOMVETS sign partnership for quality TVET, gender equality and social inclusion

The partnership includes support for vocational pathways enhancing training capacity, gender equality and social inclusion. The arrangement will commence from January 2020 until June 2022.

The signing highlights partnerships and TVET strengthening as central to APTC’s approach, where both ACOMVETS and APTC strengthen their commitment to shared goals relating to TVET in Vanuatu.

Presiding over the ceremony, Bishop of the Vanuatu and New Caledonia Diocese, His Lordship James Tama, said the Anglican Church has had a long history of education and training across the islands.

APTC signs MOU with Credit Corporation

This was confirmed with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Wednesday, at the APTC Office in Port Vila, Vanuatu.

Signed by APTC’s Country Director for Vanuatu and Nauru, Anna Naupa, and Credit Corporation’s Managing Director, Johnny Wilson, the MoU provides a commitment to growing entrepreneurship in Vanuatu through a business grant scheme targeted at APTC alumni, generously financed by Credit Corporation.

Credit Corporation’s sponsorship of VT1 million will support two APTC alumni to set up their businesses.