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91 pass APTC

By RINU SHYYAM It was a moment of truth for 91 students of the Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) at the institute’s graduation ceremony. The ceremony was held at the University
30 Sep 2012 08:53

By RINU SHYYAM

It was a moment of truth for 91 students of the Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) at the institute’s graduation ceremony.
The ceremony was held at the University of the South Pacific (USP) Laucala Campus in Suva.
The chief guest, chief executive officer of the Pacific Disability Forum Setareki Macanawai, congratulated the new graduates and wished them well in the future.
“You all embark on a new journey today. Use the teachings and knowledge you received today to shape out your future the way you want,” Mr Macanawai said.
APTC chief executive Barry Peddle also congratulated the graduates.
“It is a great achievement to graduate with a formal qualification that can provide a passport to further opportunities for professional and personal development,” Mr Peddle said.
“The APTC wishes you well in your future endeavours and sincerely hopes you find great career opportunities.”
One graduate described the graduating ceremony as a feeling of deep satisfaction adding that all had worked hard to achieve success.
The 91 students graduated under 11 certificate programmes.




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