BY ALEX DADAMU
THE Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) School to be established at Soranamola, Northeast Choiseul Province, will wait for the new provincial Budget approval.
This is after the upcoming Choiseul Provincial Government election takes place said a Former Member of the Provincial Assembly (MPA) for Katario Ward 13 at Northeast Choiseul, Mr Ronald Zakele.
According to a report by Mr Zakele, a survey has already been conducted at the site for building the TVET vocational school by the Chief Education Officer (CEO) of Choiseul Province Education Division Mr Henry Deva and his team, purposely to check on the land site and water supply.
Earlier this year, the Papaza tribe of Soranamola genuinely offered land for the TVET School to be established on which ‘green light’ approval was given by the Education Division.
It is the Papaza tribe’s wish for a TVET school to be established at Northeast Choiseul so that more of their people especially the young generation can have better access to such institutions that will help them gain and equip knowledge and practical skills required in all the global fields of work.
The people and the Chiefs of the Papaza tribe offering land for a TVET vocational school to be set up is a good visionary move in the area of education for human resources in favour of development leading to a better society.
“After the endorsement of a new provincial government Executive before a full survey by the province Lands and RWASH Officers will take place as well,” said Zakele.